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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD Monday, December5. Breezy Briefs THE HEKALD'S SPORTS WILL SOON .BE ON WALKING -MATCH LEAGUE HOLDS A MEETING TONJGHT The City Hockey League meet ..tonight at the ; bridge Hotel to draw lip a schedule for the season Dele- gates from each ijCtt'ji in Jeague should mere time. The meeting will be called to order at S o'clock. BIG CROWD AT RINK [OWEN MORAN WILL GO ON VAUDEVILLE STAGE i JNTERPROVINCIAL HOCKEY. IN TORONTO NOT.WANTED Clubs Not Inclined to Favor it and sporting goods for cold weather what you'll want Our stock is replete with anything, and everything .voii can ask for and .goods of all kinds are Al-quality j the best made. NEW PUNCHING BAGS would be envied by a Corbett br'a Fitzsinutoons. Everything we now in the sporting goods line is "superior make and sold at lowest: prices. The Lethbridge JSpofHrig Goods Ccx Phone 1032 412 Fifth St South v A Calgary million-air visited Leth- bridge yesterday. It was our friend Chester 'JSugene Cox.' "Chesty" ;says; "Forget the past and' live- iu the fu- jiChesty was alluding to the dif- ferences which cropped up between himself ana the Lethbridge .baseball1 lans during the .past season. -Jt might ibe, said that there is BO animosity here towards '-Chesty. Everj-- .one is glad to him, by the hand. He can win a home in wny time .he chooses. Prizes: and Handsome Medal 'teTbe Held in St Louis "The first big walking match, ot in- BONSPIEL IN HIGH RIVER -Varsi- Dec. curling wall be opened for the first time this winter on, Friday, evening.. Great -interest fifty "members enrolled.' committee was. ap- to be' Clayed for. during.'the "-winter." There of holding a.-bonspiel In High .Any .person desiring to join] :should do so "at once ia order included'in'the rinks. ty for Intercollegiate and O.'H. A. Hockey has the' ;.Torontof floor The, Ontario crabs. are organiz- ing, :and will be ready for gong. ternational. character, to be .held next placVat St. 'Louis, 'thu latter .part, of February, where more than ,000; in, prizes will be offered: The winner receive The j second man gets and the .third i Three .other big- prizes will go to the men finishing 'fourth, fifth and in Attendance A large and enthusiastic crowd turned our at the opening, of the skat- Tough :Little Britisher Will Neverthe- I ess-Keep After Ad San Francisco, Dec. ing rink Saturday evening. ..It 'was a fied by Manager Charlie Harvey, Ower well-mixed ,crowd, ihe. ladies and gen-j Moran, the British champion, left for tlemen, boys and girls being out in the eastjio gather a4 few..easy- sheckels about.equal, numbers, and-they were all' eager and only health-gjying winter -enjoyment. It vrill be. the. greatest year for The.'seating" accommodation in the big association, and the hundred t mark- should be ''reached. .'Toronto., with seniors, will be in vaudeville, where he be'.b'illec; as "the..only; mail.who ever knocked.- out Battling would play Vthe Were Presented to All Star Players by Management Philadelphia, Dec. S.-rThe members of McAleer's-All-Stars, .who helped to for the have been rewarded by. the.officials of the local club." -Although the All-Stars -were.-reward-: being paid, one half: of the-re-; ceipts of the'fiye games here and at Washington; the oflicials ot the sixth. FIRST OF GREAT. ATHLETES WAS, IN YEAR 775 B.C. 'Historic bate? Olym- pic Meets Have Seen Held Off r and Wants WprVd's-CbnteiBt iri'1906 The -first was held 776 -E.G.. hejd" off and were dressing room, ade- boards for the nexttwo months; when' that they Mquate fcpt this remedied im-j he1 would force tlie i; permanent meet; held-in; Paris had" the revived in 'the- first modern BOB EMSLIE WILL THE CURLERS St.' Thomas, Dec. D. Eih- league baseball umpire. winters" '.home-'here, has "been elected president, of the Granite club." The dab Mr. for years, as at present enjoying .the. Jargiesf membership in its history. A big bon- spiel is being arranged for, this winter. .Ben-Marlatt. has "been Delected vice- 'President ;and W. K. Cameron, secre- Stratford aaS .Ebagstdn Tvill in. iinfr again and possibly -others. No.-Interprovincral There chance of, the Interpro- uons, 'as The seniors from out- All-hough the -ice >ak not 'in good side have not yet appeared, but, doubt- condition everyone seemed to take IcliaiapiO11" :by: issudng po.uvenir of -the occasion, and, it was j meet jn, 1900; in 1904, and j decided' to send -every .one -of them London. 'She' next one will. be nearty, ,eh3oynient .-oat, of the of the first[ "Battling" in a few seajson-. ice was follow Moran'svjfootsteps as "tar a? spoiled by the recent, snows which Bearing. San Francisco but the came on just as 'rink; was -being j Dane Viii cut out .the footlights-for in Ience of weather have the evening an ideal outing .for Nelson'probably, will go mountains- a .month's after. that ;the" Battler, doesn't' know 'T; Tincial forming a section .here: No- :'the ice. j while" until- the-public had, ,_ f; band, consisting seven chance to partially forget "than satisfied to win the J. Ross -Rob- I Measure, ".statin; if the losing even S they can't make f Deen in Better -condition the exeel- aiiyJ Interproyincial is too ex- pensive a" luxury for'this section -with no particular reason for distance, and no honor to offer. The next 0. H. A. move is the meet- ing "'of the executive-'-to group 'the teams, but there is no-particular hur- ry for that, and the clubs are forming-, yet. sections are assured .in the; with iascriptipr, fin Stockholm.In ISiS. on'the back.-1" The .work .The "Oly'mpic meet: is "confined, to finished .aad, to-day they "athletes receive med-i to Washington." Those ais. will- receive' the ia, addition tc -Manager McAleer, are.Pitchers Walshi There -a of or, ".tonight ood he win, do, butfrbm- the .line of vtalk he has-Issued, it "as lik get brought to the place of at the meet at the expense of the organization that holds 'Schaefer, {it. "It .is. estimated that-it costs a quar- and'Lord and Speak a to bring the 1 errand Cobb.., a.- -'Street [pi: j. and {Sullivan', Imielders There is always .a risk of 'injury in hockey whether professional or ama- teur, but all experiences goes to shoiiir that the majority of injuries have come as the direct result' oi what is known among "in- side and that brand" the gam.e which comprises vigorous slash- ing, cross-checking and tripping, 'According, to the of th'e these things are not" allowed. un- fortunately they sometimes "go'." To the category -should added heavy checking to the boards which does. not figure in the though Jt should. The principal off-eace of "inside jabbing with -the- -of the stick in manner- that .the offence is not apparent to, the and not always apparent to spectators, though its effects -are, seen the victim goes .down and out. In, the East it to "have their own way in Inter-colle- giate hockey.' .The real hockey will probably be played by Varsity; Queen's and McOill, while Ottawa College and the two Lavals will 'be a 'little issue, the winner having- the. -privilege of. being walloped- by the of the Big Three. This will' "help down, the expense of college" hockey, and Varsity won't 'so .largely depend on football receipts for hockey, maia- tenance. England has some first, class fignt- ers among 'the little fellows, but 'the crop of heavy-weights is a mighty poor one. Herbert Standing, .a 'or a 'either Wblgast. ATHLETiC'S TRIP .'iS ABANDONED HACK; THROWS TURK TWICE LFvely Battle Before Big Chicago Queen's and" II Mc'Gill, in Ottawa and the j-J. two Lavals in the-other. College in: Sections. -Varsity-directorate last night decid- T T Crowd at .QJ accept the. proposal to play in a western, section with Queen's and Mc- _ Gill, with, the eastern section compos- Indianapolis, Dec, Hack-! ed of Laval, of Quebec; Laval of Ivlon- .the-.' Russian Lion, was treal, and Ottawa College. Varsity City Bowling -League' com- mences when the ..Shamrocks land Pastimes "Knock 'em at the Ar-' cade. Both are fair and some high 'scores should be made. (islanders .Wouldn't Take -Team Wth- out Eddie Collins and Frank Baker -Ohio, Dec.- SLOSSQN-EASILY. ;forced to extend himsei to the: limit to defeat -big Tussif Hassane theTer- -rible TurJxY but. he was able to -turn trick' handily before a big crowd It took Hacfcenschmidt -SO tonight minutes, and 25 will insist on the constitution beingj changed so that provision is made for the paying, off of ties and the settle- ment of some disputed points is'left to the -board of the inter-coliegiate A. A ..471 J3pppe, erit" is of this city; the championship at. is.l and 18.2" balk .line billiards, defeated George.Slosson tonight in .a match by a score of 471. Hoppe went'out in 45 innings, with an average' of 22 10-45, retaining'the championship. world's stars together. The-organization .holding, the meeij inoney. back7 by charging ad- mission" to. thfe games. ,A stadium., to .seat which wo.uld" be counted on daily at" tendance would .be necessary to break even. A could not be built for according -to a an expert on "--boxing ban-trip of, the Athletics '.is- off, arid [Cleveland, man.-. v Frank- Bancroft will be back in a. few'! -A pool- is. as days.-' .Bannie isn't mad, "only'.I there are a. number, of water'events.'. The sound -of his.-lameatatifHis can bs game's Afield events, heard 'from Seattle-to Gibraltar, and if gymnastics, bicycle you were waked up last night by. races and -a, marathon race, you thought. of .a-sad: The .length, of meet is faced sea lion in -the river it was no: f weeks. The London -meet in 1908'was I accounts for the inferiority., of the Eng-; lish boxers in -this" of .their. big men are recruited from the mili- tary and "while 'they, usually- are fine "examples ,of .physical force and' perfection they have, not 'the .right) idea.ef boxing crsthe trite conception of- the -training methods to bring speed and skill. Their military train- ing is utterly" against their ever amounting to anything in the !bOsirig line.- Too much -too much straight ,up and down discipline, dph't gibe, at with the gloves. -They have Petted' j Officer This and Private That and Somebody Else and" -cbrpor-. that at was Bannv.. July .13-25., als and bombardiers and the 'like; >tlll seconds-to pin thejjf these concessions are not. granted through with the one cannot rest. Yet the whole ca- At the last arid Baki The London meet had athletes i boodle isn't worth a good American that-the they were tc [from 20" countries. The stadium seat- cgrab off for the 'trip didn't look as fas- ed aiid had standing room for j v v cinatjug as a life of lazy, ease at home pO.OOO; .The central Jawn. where :the j- Eddie Collins, the- Athletics' star, de- and they threw down their pals. The f field events vf ere 210 yards fends his 'much-criticized action winning the' lor .down for. the secon-d fall, inatch. The -mat fans, got a run for their money, and Jack Curley, the Chicaso promoter, beamed Tt Cubans were notified; and immediate- ly- declared that they would accept 'jjc subs. A. round-up of the Athletics I without Collins and Baker, would be long and "A swimming feet long anc7' 50 feet- vride-was built on one side. The meet did riot but that was M'GILL TO PLAY AT HARVARD osition as Greatest Indian Runner or the.Age Stiil Montreal, Dec. has been def-..j Since the advent of Tom-Longboat initely settled that the hockey j Canada has "produced r' the "crowd showed its] team will try. conclusions this year there vras only one j with Harvard Uulversiry septette at i boat. Champion Frank Gotch was-in the! Cambridge, Mass., rhe date-'decided audience -but did not challenge Gotch. urran beiiig January 7. i about as satisfactory as show i probably due to its.being-poorly ad- j without.bloodhounds. Nothing doing vertised. i'in rhe way of subs and the trip was; 'The world's Olympic meet in Cleve off. i land in 1916 would: mean the expend- j Banny feels so much of over a half dollars, j account of the but because he and' "take between" and stealing second during, the -world's ser- ies with three balls and "no strikes the batter. ..Collins says he knows is- -not considered good baseball, but did- it .for the very reason that it was an .unlooked-for play. Doing the un- expected at critical times wins games In airlines of sport. Sam Laugford is the most feared- fighter in the ring.- There are several "had learned the -language and" expect-' visitors therefrom all Darts df f the bruisers on the trail-of Jack '-------He >6uld have deceived great sociuf! Cleveland's, endorsement for after a attention over tlisre, for he looks likcr meet is the first step. The next a u-vts.iii.iwii unii for he looks like meet Bls CWe, a. Mns of f, aato ,t T w ,'Manitoba. Tommy may never fight is expecred to give Bill Bapke w'in'be --given a- meet is held in 1 chance to fight "Langford in London, t the Illinois Thunderbolt will de- r greatest Indian runer of the age.. Since 1907 and 1908, when Longboat lint off. AcooW had the -style, the senoritas and the The g< bella-donnas if V 1 more downright wear and comfort out of a B Prussian B Overcoat than you ever thought could get for in tbe 2enittl 9f bis runnin i j uiiu tiit; ueiia.-uon.nas n buna, and courage for a world-beater, whispering behind their fans, "Ah-h- i Cleveland. ana a good handier would have'wnrk- rh-n- m, g car, red in en have eer, several hundred the roads and while some of them have i ners. out to be runners of the first ed his feet into shape.- Jamteson ,s lookfns of the Ho. n-ucn he resembles Don Tomato y Casseral was once honored "oy being per- tm dear Senor Francisco The'A. A-U. is working to dine the invitation "without" a Truly, Donna Isobel, he is of the the meets held every two years in- JLangford will go a: of every four years. Jf the plan ent- .Ic and Araerica gets the next j month. Stockholm, meet will 12 and the next, one in Cleveland ii su the two best Indian run- one of Dorando, the Italian, ners of the year, for instance. trip George; And now it's all off and the Mit, j has about reached his limit, while Jam- Von't happen. Isn't it a'shame a .nmmie George won the Hamilton isson Jamiespn-will'be blooming shame? Herald race in 190S and 1010 and tha j a -grand 5 and 10 m'iler next year." ____' 'Ward Marathon in 1910. but in everv I Joe Keeper, a'Winnipeg Indiak ran 1. _ j ?__ _ V7 _.: i i T i aiiu QOUDI5J 1, over same coi breasted new that had Longboat and exclu I instance his time was four or five min-! third in the five-mile race at. the'can- f J 25 outside of Longboat's best, time'jadian championships at Montreal, and