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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE. LETHBRIDGE DAILY :HEBAfcD How Cbbb Tees a G611 Ball MDBRITl Mound of Sjnd, tht Golfer Hn Pitch'it'to Him. AND. PELKEY OFF. TO 'FHlSCO, '-ir Tojnniy Calgary, ex.. ____ champion world' Ihe t: Georgia Peach, Ins perfect: and. Arlhur Pelkcy., aspirant- new. system of a cbapiplonsblp, ball.-. v. --i- O.Vj i spent ai.SijuTlIn Cranljrvpk f- Instead o! teelns it 'np' "on" little thlf ittefnoop, between .trelni" mound ol sand, gluing bis eye on it New Year's OIrlll m; fur utAimuunt BEST THAT TORONTO COULD GKTHER TOGETHER WENT AGAINST HAMILTON'" TEAM i Toronto, Ont., Dec. an- hlbitTon rugby here this afternoon, the Hamilton Tigers, cnam plons of Canada, a ed of Toronto 15 In tht Dominion Toronto "dlipotid of a Montreal WILL HOLD THEIR _____" f Hunllton, UK. Spfhe foothill team bl wil be InUet next jeison. Coach Mar riott hai signed up again. -Both ROE Craig and Korm." Clark, the Alerts slgnliied their" :winiDpiM8 to'pin) Tvlth and With al o[ this ysaVa in-line, and .Mar McFarland, .Chicago, .and Jack ton, New -York, arc lo-meet In a tea. round no-decision boxing contest at catch weights .In Milwaukee, tonight. -.Britton, it is said; will weigh about 1ST pounds, and JleFsrland proSably five pound? -Bach boy fs'credHed-wIfh a decision Fir land ting: -Kach.My fs-creiwea-witn a decision in -front.- c iter ite olberjKCrjoriontcsls. Me-" up-ar. inch or 'Srland the tci- Tbe-.flrtt .and final re .Ing: vU--_'. i other golfer In-jho worl close, to tho.ground or elie strikes th-> In' front of him and so. for every -Id escept Ty. Cobb is to keep'the eye- on the ALBERTSiSWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS TO BE! HELO AT PROGRAMME ENTRIES CLOSE-. DEC. But gotten hli pre- liminary goH training In Ameri- can where alt looi more alike to'.hls'biftinE Um- ber. Is lo keeping his era'.on tha ball, i .ball player at the bat doesn't Keep on or even try to. That'Is.' keeping his CAMILLE JENATZY, MEMBER OF HUNTING PARTYMN BELGIUM ONE OF THE PRINCIPAL STEPS IN THE TANGO DANCE WHICH IS THE CRAZE OF THE lias appeared and received the approval of the Ebcitly'sets in several Canadian cities, although it received n shock this; week in Toronto, whete the patronesses of the famousi University dances frowned The Tango, be it explained, is theTonr-huhdrca-yeaiMjid'dincb of'thel.RepuUlc of Argentine, South America.' H vas'lih i tmdiiceil to the bill rdoias'of Europe'and .Canaia via lhet stage. The original dance has four hundred steps in It, the Canadian 'devotees 'of the same'are con with about twenty-live step's or London- Sketch. Colored Boxer Who Needed the Money "Slipped One on Doctor In the days of ihe Horton la? frienii of Wliitall -ncho .was anxious to Tommy 'w'est'.was matched" to box 5aTe him Jroin a. trimming. .There in a Eeat llttlft shuad for tki manner la Trhicn Viol "-Tie >mes; this year are tspeCjally-CoWlry Clnb-.n.August.., down' and ioned .that nni.ahd-will.be pieced asusual Keeping'his eyo .on he ha nothing would keep "of them out to those winnng second and Eeem to help him a mile bit, otuUsameneitieuoa. third place in each event, and will would Ipcato tho ball as you might "We oat be emblematic of the provincial enam-. _ hls.baUlns where !_._ 'lit li----- .GARY TWIRLER Was for Five "Years One of the. Tyrirlera on the Ban Circuit- Chicago, Dec. Ntc'k Altrock, five years ago, one of the but pitchers in the American league, today lipg DbaVds and Scantling in a.Iumher yard near.Sha feite Sol ball piirk! Be- fore iettiri j "Uie ]oh" in" lumber yard wai gi.v work, hy the White got u a member of a-ians this. ho recelTed-Mrly-centa an.'hbuf.; 'Aitrock a'fnembfir of the hut he bard by" Ban -johflson'a' edict against comedy' on the, coaching lines. .'He hppea.to work with the Washjtigtpns again next. waiqn, and he will IT- to get his arm in shape to perform .in lUe.boi. middleweight named- all before the Broadway says George Tl" Pardy in The Chicaso Inter-Ocean., weeks, the all rent word that he was and was not-much time for consideration of: (he, case; however, for' the" bell rang and. Wett'.-nrechaolcally walked ffum his corner. -But-luck-was wllh him and rescued JLhe perplexed-white man from West feint- ed for'the would not for a postponement, which was have ventured to strike the spot granted. Nobody knew what "was the aimed at for any kind of a bribi club house, ready'to contestants in boiits .before the club wiMcr lost no" time in in were, supposed Jo; be eiamlaed by a torming.tha.club-officials'-of what ho physician on the premises.-Whltall been toW_. Whll8ll ivas cornered was .accompanied by two seconds o! (bo !ue-doctor hlt.'own rpce, one of whom rescm- lo'otei The outlines :0f-a Neat dive championship. nejay tiim race (four men lo driving tho idea caught Tyrus between the that he" has poi a deal'tot th'e'purclfa'se ol the Orand bled him. somewhat In size- and, gen- newly s jeral oiipearahce. The club doc.tor sev de, an esaminatron of, -the. pugilist inted out to him as Whltall, and er. SCEr distance HO _ erai length on bronz ab f aonlen length'-.'bieasl SKATES Hollow Ground Baby Carriage Tires Fitted Quiraritecci not to off. CfcteCo, COASJ-SOCCERISTS 'DON'T LIKE A. A1 U. FAVOR D. F. A. MOVEMENT STARTED :TO BREAK AWAY FROM FORMER FREDDIE WELSH WITH ELLIS VHEN pyr HIM AWAY AT MONTREAL Dec. toying. with tho sccoiid caifght1 .the ball right' on'the face ot.his.c'iib, It went about a.iaile. Seia a football Game. Tynis wa5 in; Atlanta to see the Tech-Georgia fobthail.iame, in com- lib his Jriend; Tomniy McMII- Arthur, Lllls, Freddie -Welab, light- Ian former Eiar third haseman'of the English t-'hlpped Tech baseball le'im. :'ono 9Ver in the eighth "round that sent 'Yes, golf Is.ravasing'the SE'li" Uie floor. the ball players, same' at all other1 ..Elll.i took the count of .eight and he remarked. "And ifs-one back, only to meet another great game. You" dub 'around the wicked rlglil Bmash. which, disposed until-roil get to the eighteenth as.an opponent to the clrellen: T. _____ WniTa pronounced him lo.be in -good. shape., niv'oith' thu wa vlm_ laKO my O-im HHL The.. ball e started, and yytntal I, j -examined him tall and rangy, devoted .11 .to blocklnWest, attacks- ].f. Into- the' secret. Whllai an exarujno'iRe doc yo" done 'lamped mah. de'man'-ala seconded me. 'Cla to asl., -Ah" woulfln'l bav slipped hlni-Ih wy'pJacc, only Ati wo scared wouldn't let m did. nted. that 'losihVond j (her may .-be forced to drop this ir.em- opinion that-, the alliance with Ihe D.F.A. be belter lor local (cams, than that ol.thc A.A.U. and he is-preparcd'lb-head a movement to secure.alTijiatioii. .nSs" grown hig in Canada to tkmand better atten- tion than the amateur union has de- voted to" is the way In which Secretary Fletcher sites up the situjfion. Fie that the game wjll'prosper because of the severing with the .Sli'ptildrp.roresslonal English clubs visit. Panada.r.ext season every .effort will he mane to bring these teams to the coast. 11110, iWJ'T, MCLLOW thd JUICY cirr TOMCCO FOR. TOMORROW NIGHT Tho Wiilal league" teams will Ijne up as follows In fifth.round'" to I played "tbmorroF floaes vs. Cumberland, CalHes vs. Invicta vs. C. 6. F. vs. S. 6 K, Xomadfi vs. A. 0. r'., STANDING SECOND SERIES Y.M.C.A.' BOWLINO LEAGUE Itemjlory Hualneca Men. School.. .Herald...... Lumbermen W. P.O. .700 MO s03 125 FOOTBALL EARNIK9S Victoria, Dec.1 tc post as a Bide bet agalnit Bayloy, Kddle .Hagcrson, of 'Edmon ton; manager ol Kid Kelly, haa..wrll ten the snorting editor of The Times asking for a match "with the Vlctorl: lightweight. Tho t'dinonton manager la very anxious to meet Bayiey, but1 'alsi willing to take Jimmy Welsh of Fran! Smlthers, or any fighter 13SIM. The challenge was handed to Man Haven Conn Dec a ager-Condon, and he "will endeavo of the Yalo ticket department, the Irlp to Cellfornia. 1913 football season "was one of the test. ever The 'Yale. Princeton and Yale-Harvard games at- j ROUMANIAN PRINCE _ etj-rcaa rtet iomlance Is given as approximately S3.0W and respectively. Based on tfieBO the .the Yale-' receipts from ENTERS GERMANY ARM Berlin, Deo. Prince Chsrlei, el eat son of. the Crown rrfuce oi, Ito Trie-'-.Telephone.-an j- lumbermen' .leatns ftllll to'bowl, hut result will not affect the cbam about onp-baK" of "the minla, to enter Ibo German arm ?ros3 earning! 6i' the" two January 1 Lieutenant In tl tKOO'OO'.' 'for eie- Foot Guards at Poudan, la o pcnies'tbe not earnings from (he two to complete Us ralllUry .e4iic games amounted to abo-ut The, tlon. The 1'rlnce who la twenty receipts from Uie other were.old. Is to remain tvio years wllh th .about S 1.000. regiment. the stomach, al fellop around he pleaded. 'A' cbsp'who, taife -vo nows him has just tipped me bl that mm floes come mlghly c Is only out of the hdipilal a. few eclis after recovering from an oper- :ioh for nppeniilcltli. The wound ft by the. surgeon's knife Is scarcely sah. -Ah Jus' had to-have tlat mone to pay my hosinUl bill.' Just for that you risked yoi worthless life and lelt.me in hnilin THE' FIXINGS 1 are 'just 'as important as their, otiier. clothing. Our. collection of men's turnlBhings is an apprecia- tlon of that fact. Oiir selection was made with the idea that you need the right'kind 'of collar, etc., as much as you do the proper suit or overcoat. Como and- see if our-Idea of coirect furnishings doesn't strike you as being" all rlghL Semi-Ready Store S. C. BATEMAN Empreii-Block Fifth oa.led. ,1f you lilt him jn the.wind It's I distance of i charge of manslaughter, able.to open and he'll troak, say nothing.of; your, opponent.' "West heard these tidings in deer I yelled tie" manager, -rathfully. 'Here, isgust. If he refuted.to go on and 'take your coin and blow out of here ght the referee might declare him If you ever show your mug around he loser. If h'e did fight, and. hap- j here again I'll have you thrown In dned.to kill his opponent, the future the East River.' vo'jldn't. wear a very favorablo And then thEre waa the chance "Still smiling.pleasantly, Whltall accepted hta share of the purse, don- at-the Information might he clothes and departed from Ihe :Ct. perhaps cooked up .by some .scene pt his labor." !hahce Will .Have Yankees'in .Running Next-Year (By W. J. I Cree. Chance dug up for Frank Chance has completed his himself new infield, sev- Irst yoara.9 an Aiaerican league man. jeral good-looking catchers anil a fow nstf- H muei he confessed that .Iho pop- ular tdol.of Chicago, did nqt. finish so welf in the raco as many of his wishers would liavu, desired. Hut hU American league debut was fnr from being along any lines. Chanco found 3 bunch .of ball play- era toilerly Inadeijuate an! nn.'ott- n being allow- pitchers of promise. He Is satisfied that it he gels. fair pitching next season, tho Yankees will win" half their That would surely place them among 'the jar. BASKETBALL AT Y.M.G.A) 'The Y.li.C.A. basVelhall house RUC starts Us schedule tomorrow ev cuing. Kour 'teams, are entered. IMS, Reds, Orjngcs and Greens. Tlic teams have-been carefully sf, lefitcd to make an even balance an good games sliould result. The gams] start at S.15 alter the nostic meets on Tuesdays.. ah Thursdays.' These games will he worl'h walcl ing and the public ore invited to r tend. TKAMS AND SC11KDLM.B- HLUB-T. K. Carr, Capt.; woith, F. E'ciidle, -V.- I'.irks, 0. Mflg Kain, li. H. Uudianan, On win." RKDS (f. Campbell, Cant.; Murray, A. 1'cnrtlc, J. Wright, I McUrld -.Capt.; Stewart, .1. ilansch, (i.. Williams, I (leer, 'Allen, Cothcnlhaler, E first four at least. Chanco Is very much delighted yvllh tho late perform-, finee of Ray Caldwcll, who could not get going tmtll the season was prACv concluded. Many Mcliale, from Jersey City, seems to pack tho punch all right. Al, Sthullz, tho south paw, has had a very good first year. With the added expeilence, there .'Is every reaaon lo look for him to bios., eom Into a real star before the end'o! Ray Fisher, thp-hardest work' Ing In tho big ring would have won the great majority of. his games had ho been associated with a-club of pretension. Russell Ford, ono of tho greatest of tho sloh early In 1413. year for Chance showed only flasbea Chanco had to clean hoUEo and ho of his onetlrao Lrllllancy. He was tlar'ted >t tbo ground floor! "IK real-, good in periodic spasms, llo may lied that wllh Ine posslblo'eiceptlon hanft on and he may be traded. of a ifrartctl few biltsry men, no- -These, with "King" Cole and a few body'on'tiie club would over amount other young brand, afo cxpscted to bo (o m'ueh'aa measured by hit sitad-.-ari Improvement over tho pitching Tho only ono of the crslwm> legacy to which Chance fell heir .last reliiUri who finished the sewn uiiaiely" so far ed -to play as they. .tliat he could 'hot .teach them hh raethorts. Somo of. Iheso men were very gi.ml performerj under Gaorge who took somo of them is youngsters and taught them tho game, But .In (he Interim 'of the Big Chiefs lire aid the P.U's advent thss? men forgot all they had known. Tho two Harry Wolter and Birdie nevfer .responded from the accident that hail p.ut them bjt ot cpmrnls- JlcKcntif, Cafj II.- It.' i'. -lv- -I'altesoh, SIMor 'xininir.n. Dec.' li-prwigc.vs. Titc'. ri.-Qtmjp.'.( Deer Mice. '-'Jan.- vs. .Ian. ys, vs. Orange. Mafi. 13-itcd vs. -Jan. 15-lllce vs.-Green. 20-Knl vs. Mine. Jan. vs. Orcca. Jan. vs- Oratije, .Ian. ys. Feb. vs. (IrefTi. Kcb. is. Orang'.. mlcWT cwthi, ccrei ne__ the CiTMt fcnd li ;