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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD gatiirday, December.10.4910 LATEST NEWS WINTER SPORTS WILL f 1 AEON I tnd sporting goods for cold ireather I .will ;be what youll want Our "stock is I replete with anything and everything you can ask for and goods of ai! lands are Al quality, the best made. i NEW PUNCH.NG BAGS Bowling SCRUB GAME 'show-wooM be by a Corbett apparently were more inter- Everything we now jesting things than bowling on Lethbridge j Canadians and Shamrocks, scheduled jto play a .Jeague match, didnt get to- j getner. There were delinquent mem- on sides. The. match was 1032 412 Fifth St. South a srub game was played instead: it-was lacking in', interest. THE HERALD'S When people spout- oPjgood old times We feel impelled Most anything iooks good' when it far enough, a way." Deer on oppo- i. .LEJMJWERG CLEANS UP IN ENGLAND Xew York, Dec. the, -colt which iron this year's English CHALLENGE FROM. CREEK _ R. Oimstead, of Pincher ilst'-of winning aor-l-r- Creek, has issued a challenge the bowlers of LetSbiidge The Ring Wrestling RUGBY PLATER season, on -behalf of the pin- iopplers for the English racing :which closed last carried ra-j-J- in tiie snug city, 'nestl poor showing: when comparedj-f- ing Jn the pothilfe. 01 the the record sum made by KocSles. i he cleared up as a President Macdoriald of the -year-old. Second place on the league will'pick a -team fhe present season goes to lOnkipop.-j -y> and go to Pincher nest Satur- J5 to tiy r _" Pincher .Creek is the place lor and the WOULD LIKE TO MEET JIM JEF- FRIES. BUT BOUT IS NOT LIKELY Chicago, Dee. Jeffries J wants to come back and. regain -largest., snider s-mnno- i Leniberg's e, delighted m j A ,3. j said.Jack Johnson "J have the .highest regard for] jjJl'U be to give.him Hrl Johnson's readiness "to' 'So battle with the former champion to it in the shape of a "RUSSIAN LION" IS THE WINNER Hackeniehmidt Beats at Chicago Hacken- schmidt defeated Jesse TVestergaaird the -Iowa, wrestler, in -two straight iaHs tonight .The first taken m 5 and 15 seconds -with double bar'hold. The second oc- Baseball MATHEWSON HIS METEORIC RISE TO GREATEST PfTCHER Key. the.Amencan, third, with A .s. A 4. jv 4. ,f; i-' _. A- i 4 'T r T T -Meanwhile the husky dusky Trpion is doing Tegiilar. road work and ready to takerpfi.--any-hopes-oJr his- The two men tugged and pummeled each the mat for. more than an-hosar before the first fall-went to the foreigner. The second fan came in quicker time. Hackenschmidt rush- ed at his opponent at the call of time and in a fev minutes fcoth men were oa the mat Hackenschmidt having a hamerlock. Westergaard. broke' Mathewson, when he joined the Giants 16 years ago, signed with them for a month, probably a month more than he was drawing from the jVorfolk-clWb.- He made his first appearance in I the Rational league on July-17, 19 OQ, TABER COMPLAINS OF THE. HOCKEY SCHEDULE A. B. Cooke in the: City Yevt'erday to Have ft Changed B. -Cooke, of Ta-ber, was in 'the President Fanveii bf the .New Vork Highlanders expects- to have the baseball stadium at bridge. ready for July 4, The plans or the new structure for a large playing area and 'seats for over 40 000 spectators. The Highlanders' plant be the third big 'American league venture within the last few years Snibe Park at Philadelphia and Com-' new home for "his "White Sox having already been opened. Boston is likely to be the next in line- wheVi President Taylor has perfected his plans and closed "the deal for the site Calgaif Herald: The hockey stt- uation in Alberta-is brighter this yea- than ever before in the history-of the province. The A. A. H. Aj, the govern- ing body'controlling; the provincial league, -is composed of men who :ity yesterday anent the district hoc- tecd to make hockey ..a success and to Handle the Cue white race that to dispate his i The Mssian followed, forced Mm title. While waiting .for the. iest-one of I j the rising to" John-} I son is using Jack as a ring partner and will. .send. Moynihan la as trial horse against the young- {er aspirats. to mat again 'and finished the match a reversed body hold. Hoppe, green cloth stick. One may have a'little trouble Urtist gives a -fe-w the hand sastezmg; these details 'at but ling of tie cue.- -a week's practice the right way will "Almost players: giasp: the: open .up possibilities, to the ,ibutro? the cue stroke hand though they -were handling au ax, iook easy and shots will their this is necessary .present -themselves that: Trere not get force in the stroke. .'Here the: Jare dead wrong, and they defeat the ea-d they seek. To gain, this force, -or anroke, as ii is -cafled; there must -be- absolute-free: dom of action, and -the cue must be .-held in a, light almost loose manner. from fcrute t results en- does not come sirengtb. of .the -body, .fe tirely .-from the .wrist and forearm. ma.v readily see that to hold the cue tightly with all Jxmr fingers and thumb" the wrist "is of" "stif- leaed and. it is impossible to get any freedom of action into the stroke. For an. ordinary Bhot one needs only to grasp toe cue with the thnmb and first finger, the reniaininj fingers act- ing-only as a sort of guide. If the heel the hand is allowed to come cointact with the cue move- i not only becomes aramped and l, the cue is made to Slip "and- swing- with stroke, and foall not only loses -its action. is often maSe to course, Where' delicacy ,is -required irrmat- grasp the cue -as lightly as a watchmaker develop the right type of man, a type of man who is able to do his day's labor all the bet- ter because lie has had opportunities to develop his physical powers. I have had the pleasure of working in a ter- ritorial battalion .with, a company from the Regent street Polytechnic, and it is quite marked the superior quality of the men from there, most of 'them athletes, both in marching j and in other departments of territor- ial activity." Says the London Sporting Life: "Many followers of pedestrianism will regret to learn of the death of Jack White (the which" took place at 38 Stanley road, from Snycope. in his day White held a leading position as a long distance runner, and the profes- sional records still show him as the holder of -the- 6, 7. and 8 miles. These he created in 10-miJe match for a belt at the Hackney Wick Grounds on Jfay 11, 1863. His opponents on that occasion, included the In- dian, of Alberta; Bill Lang. Middles- borough; Teddie Mills (Young .jsg- laud.) and others. On that occasion White ran 5 miles in 24 minutes, 40 seconds. G miles in 29 minutes. 50 seer onds and 7 miles in 34 minutes and 45 seconds. His time for the full dis- tance, during which he outpaced all his''opponents and won, was 52 min- utes and 14 seconds. For 15 years White acted as coach to the Cam- bridge "University athletes and up to his receiving a paralytic stroke three nothing hold-outs. London Athletic Club. ;