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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, i913 IS HE; GROWING OUT OF CLASS? Having a Hard Tlpiw yeira to come llllchie will get slrlnklug distance. ,iraU. -Ritchie will be- Uonly.tbree years oM FVbriiary. As far as. bone. 'tin? to Lightweight Slit. May U.GradiuU. York, Thorsi many sht fani'vho are under th? Lynch Will be Given job as to Go Over to Federals Ntw York, Dec. the Nationa league "baseball meeting here today Governor Tener of Pennsylvania was iltcled president The mignates vot the president's term from eiie to four years. Thert was no dissenting voice in the of Governor Tener, who will coetlnue In Wi' the expiration of Ms term In January 1116. It Is understood that Mr. Tener's Mli'ry" i.wlll 'bei a .year? was appolnttd to notify J. Lynch, retiring president of of his successor. Mr. LyricS, according to an uncon- firmed rtport, will be retained by the league as chief was for- merly an to the ccn- Tereea, before they had Gov. Tener, a, statement in which he ex- priuxi s hope that they would ac- qufri to themselves some of the nlty'they would expect from his suc- cessor.' Later Lynch denied i report that he would be associated with the Federal league. "1 am a National 'he Mltf. BASEBALL GAME IN JAPAN :hlcago Won From New York 9 to 4 Rough Voyage ToSlo. Japan, Dec. Chicago testa of the American Baseball league and the Xew York team of the Nation- al league, arrived four days late at Yokohama, the Empress of Japan bav- Sng eiperlenced terrlllc weather on her. voyage the Pacific. So lit- tle coal, was the steamer's hunters that It was feared at one time she would'be forced to mase for northern Japan.- The captain, howev- er, decided to continue to Yokohama, where the Bteamef came Into port to- day slightly daaiased. liter to the day the players reci'v. ed anovalion on the grounds of Kelo University, Tokio. President Okichl Champion Now Ruling'Strong Favorite.Over Harlem Tommy San Francisco, Deo. Willie Hltchie Is; an over- whelmng farorUe nt odds'ol 10 to i for his twenty-round tout here tp'nlBht era Topray Murphy, interest FIMT MOT ACCEPTABLE RAYMOND. SECOND WARD TEAM UP. AGAJNST that Wllilfl world's structure' Is concerned, has at- tailed hit full growth.. In later years as follows: Chicago'.. New York NOT'MUCH ORIGINAL LEFT Ad Woloai'fc A'nitomy Sadly Shat- tered in His Pitt Eight Years' Ring Experience. R HE itlng public found it difficult tp-'maSe than does even himself, declares that Ritchie can make. 133 pounds and It indefinitely by cutting out one of his three meals a day. "lapiii-'shralu cmfreyp JUST THE HAT FQR YOU you ore a young'man or one that Is staying young. We 'have all dressy blocks, brims, heights, etc. U wa can- not suit you.with a hat nobody cau. Come and tw hatted. Take a look at our new ahlrts, neck- wear, etc.. also. They' arc the .last word In style, tho beat In 'quality. about othur toggery? We have it' if you wont it. Semi-Ready Store S. C. BATEMAN Empress Block Fifth'Street tie took the caaonplonship froDi, Ad on foul. duc'e.'to: 133' pda'ndB and whep started training he arpunil..l4S poundi. And..when he'fought Wol- gaal.Ke wai weak from taking off ap Biu'cft weight someimns eise omer ,J or... defeated cne n ring bouts Ad tbatEmust made art o'clock, by the v'irious clufe, ill has a Jiny thau ful grown and ana a'quarter .before readiness'for, the .opening ..pi-the. YelpFed, and it has piled up a list of I.-------__ "faking .the weight question Into consideration Murphy feels confident that .when ho meets Ritchie on Dec- ember'; 10 in'Jim Crpffpth's arena In San Francisco thBjlBhtwelghti'crown hands'. The arllclft qt agreem'ent call for Jturphy and Rllcb. ie to ieigh 133 pounds rln'raliSe; and 'that's just what Is going' 'to'.' make chances of beating 'the champion unusiially brlghl. It Ritchie Brickley Performance This Year in- a Records of Eckersall mbiirring periods that is really .as1-, 'founding. Here'they are. and whea gone over one can only look Into the future for Adolnh ad figure that' at forty years, of.age he sho'Jld have a cprli leg, a hicfcory arm, a couple -of rows o! store 'teeth.'ar.d a eye. ear "caulifiowered'" Into tistolesin t For nursing mother! w-hnuu ear scramblPtl to mat'vh league on the esvehlhg of the 19bThe LOCAL FOOTBALL CLUB WILL HOLD A'DANCE Wlien Chnrles Edward BrlcWey bbpted. the liarvafd eleven to victory over Yaje by driviiig five goals' from the field over the bar, he eamed for himself a, ntclie In football's hall of fame alongside nckersall of Chicago, regarded by inariy as tho greatest iiuarterhack drop-kicker In.ths'hlstory ot -American football. Brickley'3 performance was the n _ P Brickley'3 performance w aakea 133 ponnda r.ngside which, he n _ P certainly must do or lose a big treasurer.: -The1 team will prplSibJr line up in the 'nf si' game a8''fpllows; useB Forwards.. Mercer RB centre, gu centre, Voolf or. Bridge guards, 'Scoit with :'fden The'S. O, E. are is Bllllluii ------_...__, suing unlciue invitations for their, a? The Garden fourth annual dance to taSe place on junior "'and senior, ore .r.. certainly must do'or emc iwac A aim, Is going to weaken himself considerably, and he .will hare a hard' road: lo travel In a bout wl'th' the Flatbush boy, because Mur- phy f ghtl .Itice a demon In the wist over, tie "Murphy long wanted, to meet a ciampiph'but never could liet.a nja'c'i ear icramBlea to mafn annual dance to taSe place 01 T both hands cracked Nel Eve in the'S. p..'E.'hail. f and (bey'Vij-'out and snocked.pul of joint. The football. bov.s-are endeavoring to the'nin'g IntfyMr. caved in. i 'annual affairs, is havin g-troubles' of .its All iboiced tosy.tili'l'iey were turned-out of their berth 'li! lie and j.t n'nn-jiilfa a tntin trlthnut A i- I. offer the important ads-int- they do not I i Rebroken in battle.. w "the rest of. tie or .1 mttfft ttt'ciliid' iVli TT-.m 350. a box at JWIT Dniggist's.' -j IDS louvuaii uuj.b uic 'J'! surpass tbejr'prcvious Su'iyica. operaijoa iieceaiarr- wlitcb have" proted so siicceasfol, brokeu in bout with Jacy -fe anj- pf ttdr friends have beeii oTerlooked; Stricien.i with -successfully operated, on. e, 1512 Bones in both hands Injured again. iVlll com -T. '.when the' clu Suffering serious, attack of ptomaine poisoning. Bibs cracked in hbut with sparring partner. mumrate-'-rlth F. RobJfls, they will beisuppiied with .invitations. The fmprlil furnish counlrj.-'i-'NeBpl'lltlpn's' are WHIST -lAQUE 1 f 1 j, the gyni) as their-iplayin? and practice wltb'the class. .of tho" that hls-onej been yjaUned he interns to fight J-'ta'r, t' hljflite, and Ehpuld he r'-. turn without the lightweight champion" Doth previous exhibitions were given 'On .November 18 "EckleV- succeeded In driving across, goals In six at tempts. toe alone netted the MBrbo.5s'..20 'of'the 44. VfMch In IhaVganie-tha'joniy goal "Eckle" .rnlESed was a trial'from back of the line. His successful .atlempU i. made from as far back as the Tn the.mailer of drop-kicks, Ecker- sill's exhlhltlons still stand unequal- ed, as'one of Drickley's" goals inade from placement A comparison of the dlstauce' from which the coun- ters were registered shows little dif- ference In the the two men. Against Illinois in lS04_Eck- erfiHll tooted one score from the 35- yard-, mark, and-counted, twice from the same distance ogainst Nebraska. BHckley be- hind Yale's mark, hut one of. them was on a place kick. EckerEaU, like sent hla counters ovcr- from all angles'of the field, nnd wllll the wind at his tack.'and also ngainst than Murphy. He has .an. "while1 Murphy will as' a bull. well have to, take off very little V ka.on tKa m tdt Bsa, 5. him. Brlcklcy's successful-efforts were made from tho-26, 3fi and 25- ynrd lines. Tho longest kick scored was'fro'iK placement. Against Nebras- ka In 1005, Eckfeffall drove the lall over twite from the 33-yard mark', and three lime-i from a-distance of 25 yards." "EcWrt1' longest score against ilHnois in- 1904 from 25 yards. Three times he counted goals from 20 yards, and once from the 15- yards mark. Does Sellers D.', a. that took "part In two jrajnd'1 circuit races Columbus' (phioj''ineet- lipped off two. half-mile. heaU'at Bel- -mont Park, Philadelphia, and the latter owing, to the ij.jjy, ana injij, beating the ffinpns Irt'" local star, a silver cup.- floor oopsler Is to'be com- th'ey will succeed in for view he of it, as.tte up 'ag'ains't a hard'rtakes of Nfnrphy'B to one faiV-ln' this en: with the actual facts-con- cerninir.F'itchie's weight .his state- menU are a little too far fetched to pro-oaltio deavor. The Cumberland and Callles teams retain their positions 'at'.the.'head of the .tible In the 'Lethbridge Whist league, the fo'rmer by defeating the Roses by the narrow margin.of two .tHcirs, and the latter cwi'n's. to the I fjlllng out of the This leaves room for one wishes to enter." .A" close also seen between the' teams, Invlclas losing by only two 'tricks. The scores: S. O. E., 135; C. 0. F., O. F., 138; "Kent, !2S. Cumberland, 148. WITH JtOOO.irf BANK O.H.A. ON EASY' STREET LAW WAITS. ON; FOOTBALL GAME Ktteham'i Father Supreme Court .Case Postponed 4- New York, Dec. a mort- gage, foreclosure case was called for be accurate. That TUtchle la a light- trial before SupreWe Court Justice weight at.d; a natural one there can Glegerach, recently, the attorney for the plaintiff announced that he was ready'; but- the' nefecdant's attorney he'no denying. weight Is the least of his trouble's. It'may be that he.will flght In.the -ffeltcrwelght class ring daya are numbered, but just al the present time and evidently for stepped up to the bar, 'and said: "Tourliioijor, I'm the'fatucr.of the captain of the Yale football team. I orri Henry B. Kelcham. My son plays Ihe last game of his college career against Harvard, nnd'I want lo be there to ECO hl'm. .1 can't go if I have :o proceed to Ulal-ivith this case. I wish you''would 'Indulge mo Iri this' wish, although b'e.qqlr. an oM man's humor." "I am incline'd'fo posljione. this rase without hearing 'any m ore Teas on said Justice.Glegerlch. "1 have two sons .who play lootbal! themselves, and I'd-rather see a football game any day than'try a case at The case .was accordingly adjourn- ed, and Mr. Kelcham. left to see the Harvard OVERCOATS with shtwl juch soft, fleecy materials ai Chinchillas, Whitneys, blues, browns tnd mixed neathsr Bnile double bretated, to llg Ontario'Body Favera Firnutio n of Dominion Hotkey Toronto. Dec. Ontario locfcey ataoclatlpn, the blzgwt.ama- ear.body of iti Wnd In on Saturday and found that-it had a record the janii. Charles FarnunareonijiZ 'ord, was decided' to consider the question p' [ormlng a. Dominion. tlon on the lines o! the 0. A. McKelyie McGuke o' the hills, it- blaws frae the The tang o' the hedther smoke lies i' the brew, An' sonsie an' sweet as the kiss 6' a lass, Seal is tite you." McAllister. _ J Cross After Murphy? Aftor W. 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