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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBIUnGE-HAIFA' HERALD Wednesday, December 011. Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Oewn Dominion Block, op- posits Court House JACK JOHNSON VERY EMPHATIC World's Champion Pug Says He Will Work for a Week Before he i Would Consent 'to. Go in the Ring Dec 3 published title Jauh Johnson, pugilist 'reite-rued nis f6 letlio flora the ring can vaV flounce my .Melinite -said the fighter I will eutfei' she nng even it I find nnself working for J10 a week Cor my bread.1 GOTCH TQ BATTLE JUST ONCE AGAIN HE WILL MEET THE BRITISH CHAMPION ON DEC. 27, THEN WILL QUIT THE GAME Kansas City, Dec. the Briiish wrestling, champion, accepted cfi'er today by Frank- Gotch, tlie title holder for a match on t December 27. In a letter 10 the Mis-souri Athletic club, which made the an- nounced that he would retire from the mat after this bout. "I've had enough of the game" he paid. "I sail for-Europe January 10, for a long rest. It is very doubtful 'if I ever appear again HVPH in exhihjn'nii matches." JIunroe's acceptance, which came by cable to W. D. Scovilie, president of the Missouri Club follow. Go'fch's announcement a week ago that he (ivas willing to meei Ihe Eng- lishman at any time before Januar; o. Gotcli's contract was received a The athletic headquarters today. The club guaranties of which 75 per cent goes to the winner. The match will be held in Convention Hal and will be to a finish catch-as-catch can match. Munroe sailed for America yester- HUGH JENNINGS WILL RECOVER FROM INJURIES Seranton, Pa., Dec. condlUoi of! Manager Hugh Jennings of the De- troit American league baseball'1 'team, with Father Lunette was injured In an antomohile accident late Friday was slightly'improved tonight, recovery is expected. Father Lyu- ette's condition is not so favorable as it-'was 24 hours ago. He is threaten- ed with pneumonia. Hugh Jennings' injuries consist.of n badly, crushed foot contused left thigh, fracture of both of the lower left cuts and bruises shout the face and head and-conciis- of rfhe brain. He Is comparatively tree from pain. WOLGAST AFTER SQUARE MEAL Lightweight Champion" Yearni 'for Good Los Angeles, Dot-. "Say, when do yoirKOt a good siniare Ad .Wolgnat, -the pugilist, of his attei dant at -the hospital. "1 could oat, ho continued, "but 1 ge't Is thl iloctor -.'uoked grub and very Htlle o that. How do I feel? 1 feel lino tfni if there was a suit of clothes haiigiuj about I would leave hore, In a hurry.1 U'olgast's condition according to tin nurse in clntrgc was very good today His temperature resisteruil oiili shade abovo normal. International Rugby Games Between Canadian and Am- erican Teams Latest Proposition Philadelphia., pec. OHicials of (the University of Pennsylvania Athlet- 'ic Association arc greatly interested in he proposal of the otlicials of the Tor- onto University football team, for slight change in the football rules; and even for a game with that distant' col- lege. In the local circles it is 'understood that. the representatives of the Toronto University are 'satisfied with the game they have evolved, and that they want to interest colleges in the esatcrn parl of the United States in this game. All of the officials of the association spok- en ito concerning the visit of the Tor- onto representatives here, think ch-tnge in THE BIG SMOKE IN HIS FIGHTING TOGS The Philadelphia North American ns i i0 remark "Cobb anil .Inctaon in the 400, and they don't know Mrs. 'Oi'lrichs cither." WOULD MAKE RULES FOR FANCY SKATING Irving BroKaw Who Mil- lioni, is Alio Ambitlouc Ottawa, Dec. Brokaw, aU Xavt.York niilliohaire, advocaWs (orraation of an asaocifltlon to contro 'igure skating in all parts of the work preseht-for1 annual cbtnpetltioi .rophles emhlematic. of they single louble, and four-team chaniplonBhii 3f America. -Mr. Ornmnd Naycocfc of Ottawa is assisting with the work and t is inlander! to hold a meeting at JeW York soon. The "Mint.o and Ro- leau clubs'of Ottawa wilt be r'epre- entert also the Grey club of Montreal Winnipeg', Quebec and Van cbuver wlir'also be'invited to-join. Boston, 'York, Cleveland and De: iroit will he Included In the United States section. It is proposed to se- cure affiliation with'the national bod- es of Prance and Germany. A uniformity of ityle will be the chief aims. r PRESENT FOOTBALL HONORS AT DANCE TOMORROW NIGHT The Buchanan Shield arid the Wright Chariiy Shield, city football .leagiie "honors, win presented at a1 dance to be held tomorrow-night in Conservatory of Music Hall at S.30. All followers of same are cordially invited. the rules'other tlian one made by the Inter-collegiate Footbal Rules Committee, %vould prove a-stumb .ling block. They 'take-this stand.he- caus-e other universities might wish io make such a radical change oJ nfty. Toronto University was represented Harry Griffith, last year's coach; Dr.'Arthur B.'Wright cbaMh; Jack May- hard, captain and Multiiioen. WOLGAST Zbyszko Takes Fall From Gotch's Protege WILLING TO AND McFARLAND IN'ONE DAY WHEN-WELL Los Angeles, Dec. Freddie Welsh and Packy ,McFarIand put-forth Lhelr efforts- 'Thanksgiving Daj with Ritchie and Tommy iMurphy, I am. confident that I can stop each of them within ten rounds on the "same day. Welsh has gone ibatk Me has never po'sseawdvthe wal-; lop or. the stamina so necessary '.in i the makeup of a -iAs soon' as I out nf this up clatter with some cash; This was the: statement; forthcoming ELIMINATE MAFF N. Y Paper Hands Ou Plain Talk On Olympic Matters of the Ameiicnn 0 committCL lent oh a call fo subsciipUons to the fund which Mil be- gathered between tnd. Jupthah any of t! (7 others. IL is up to 'the committi which will choose the athletes fi Sweden to eliminate the riff-raff. Th VIRGINIA CIOADETTES MADLINTMEWLST Westergaard, the young western giant, heralded by Frank Gotoh as the .onilng wrestling champ.-was matched against Zbyszko at.Buffalo Thura day. Tho Currier has the following to say of the.match: "Zbyszko disposed q{ the man Frank Gbtch declares Is the next nest man America, barring'only himself In sucb short time at'the Seventy-fourth regl menr. armory yesterday afternoon that Zbyazko's claims to consideration at tlie champion's hands looks better th m ever. It was a splendid match while t lasted. The fnlte were in "46.53 nntl 2.30, About 1000 peoplo turned out desplto he chill -winds, and took a chance on niaaing their' Thanksgiving turk to ice the Polish champion perform, igainat the young giant from .the w-ost, ,nd they wore not'disappointed in natch, for it was a good one while it i lasted. As in .nil hte matdheB .with Tothe Electors of 'the CityofLethbridge thai 1 nm In Iht field Its a, candidate for sliJclloii a member of the Council Board of this city, 1 tlila opportufclty of soliciting jour HuptMjlt i, 3 nut In faun of ana If elected i progreenh'. pel. Icj foj Lotl bridge as I believe It the stuge vtrong Mild proKiowlvo rauulciwil fclloj li neceDwry In order, to idaqe 'it MtHe top'or the top best cltlgi of'Alberti. r am Jn finer of Mieet aj for the cliy In joui and H In for ion to say on eleotlon.'.-day whether lAthbrldge ihali have itraet railway or not. I do'not c'oiuldor It unwary for me to rigid platforfa for you to guide yoiir, views ac- coriSnijh for (here mai THE ALLEN CUP DISPUTE'SETTLED bed of Champ Ion '.Ad Clara Barton hospi afternoon ifrom. ilie ick '1.' Wolgasl "at the al after ho hac read the accounts of the Thanksgh ing Day clashes in '-Sftil Francisco and Los Angeles. continued T believe -Welsh easier for me than little Moran did. McFarland parlor and entirely ''too iladj like to hope Jo wraet Uie jtltle from me The first time elttfer good maiij it wtlX lie night" lor them, ENGLISH..-EOOTBALC, good London Dec game in final preliminary round of ''ootball aa- socia'tion: Gainsborough-1-, Tuhbridge Wells 0. Second division league game: Derby 2; IJurnley 0. GroWoVVorsc Toronto Dec Allan Cup qoi roveraj was ended when ih rophy was returned to the cup tru ees in-Montreal by the O. If.- as had the cup iu ho spring- oP 1910. The trustees ha ve th cun from competition uncondltionall ano to tillow the trustees to make new set of rule's" :th'e O.H.A. return it 'to original SI Montague AlTan. The Allan cup which wag" wbTi. am defended "by the Si'. cpHeig' team at the end'of tlie after'winning the Ontario "Hock ey AssocIntSon for last season by the O H champions. The 'trustees 'ordere'd' ;the St Michael 3 to defend the cup Febru dry 20 and Winnipeg w hose championship BM son before tne second.'o February. The 'not :wbn. their Q.-H. A. district arid de clined to play under advice of the sub committee and the.trustees after much correspondence notified tho O. H, A, hat the cup had been awarded to Win- nipeg. .The O. H. A. disputed the f the .trustees to make such ruling, ihd retained possession of the cup, in- 'Jting .the trustees to lead the matter u courts; Eczema, Psoriasis, and oth-or skin are caused hv myriads of jerms at work in-the skin. "Unleaa ,heso germa are promptly .destroyed ,hey rapidly multtiply, gnawing their way rteep into the la what causes that -awful Itch, big men, Zbyszkb seemed >and what.seemed rash and more dangerous positions oftenor 'grow worso and develop itmn his bulky he sot some and. torturing skin safely away through his wonderful Us years and years of and the agility he show-ad 'hen he had to. Weatereaarrt, showwd Uho re'.iult of his schooling wILh i-crtch by applying tho'-champlon's faiu''ii3 toe hold more than once In the first en- counter, and Although It n long time to kick froe, he never al- ow ed -'hn cndnngcr him. Half dozen time-a VJion yonhg AVester- ird got a face hold and sjnrtedmug- ging, seemed to.Ioao. 'a tem- per and 'Bhaking .Westergaard, 'bfj as he is, off though he were an iiitnnt tore at the M'e-sternor like a wild man, only to recover his .temper before ha could do damage and'reiurn Eo'hJs por- Hi-jtL'iU, effective auwtult. Don't take any chane'ea! Deatrpy tho germs at tho beginning of the (roublfj with thut aoohlng and cleansing wash, the D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema. 'Wo have had experience with many other remedies for akin trouble :but have seen- such remark- able cures as those from D. D. P. Pre- scription. Invtant relief from the Very, first application. j Jf you have skin trouble of any kind, we certainly advise you (q.drop In and! irivostigato the merits 6f P -IV of why. not drop a line to D.D.D. La- boratories, Dept, H., 49 Colborue St. Toronto. that D.D.D. will help you, 4 cbiw 'druggists, Leth- SPORTS IN A NUTSHELL .Sincu tin; hcwspaptir of Gotham vot- ed that Mmt'Wclls''liad the shade of Abe Attell in their recent, go, the featherweight champion 'has decirteri Uiat all his opponents in the. future must weigh in al; 122 nounds; Heine Itafacl, the San Francisco, manager of fighters, is New York with his stable of. boxers and is a very busy d.iys. 'He is looking after the business. interests nf .Sarnmy 8mltli, Jimmy Carroll, George1 Uays anil a couple of other boxers. Chief Bender, the wonttodul'. Indian liichcr Of the World's letics, will not lie able io iniiulgfi In any sliooiins this full Rml as lie lii hooked clear through off in vjiulcviUn. Chief li one o( ilic best live-bird shots in tVi try anil an extremely, good target Lethbridge, Dec. To the Electors of the City ofLethbridge LADIES AND GEts'TLEMBN: Hai ing been nominated for Alderman for i 112 I 7011, If elected to worl? FIRST, IvAST, AND ALIj.THB TIME. and all the time in the interests of ihe City of Letbhridge, not for. Mting the judicious and careful expenditure of your moiiey in flur- rying on is works. OLD TIMERS, TIMERS, i, Kindly make an William Oliver here On December illb, 1912 and oblige Yours faithfulb, ,W. OLIVER" Your Vote and Influence Is Respectfully Re- quested for JOHN For 1912-13 shot. lie had planned1 to' shoot some big matches this season, bufc the the- ttltlcal' engagement! prnvent.-y ,Jtogtr Ttresnabat) now that, ib the Taconia catcher, diul (luriiig tlic .San Antonio ineclfiig triwl IT fp.gct rid ol.him, hut no PM seemed INDIAN 'DIM IN MONTANA Prtnilbn, Doc. IVogcrB, player with .the basc- .hnll club yean iMon- tnna. He vim one of the fattteHt. rnnners who ever appeared on mond Iu 'the ;