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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE I. AII.Y HKKAIP THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1913 MEET WELSH HI Harry Pollock Professes to Believe a Match Can Now b: Arranged Hugh Springer to Enter Into' Nt'sotlatlcns fcr Title Bout at 24 Suggested as the Date Vaccourer, B. C, Dec. a telegram received by Hugh_ Springer 03 Saturday mornieg last, sender being Harry Follocfc, the New York Impresario who handles, or in is handles, according IQ tbe of iiew, the destinies of Fteddie Welsh, Ikttisb lighltrelght champiou, Pollock jirofesses to thai the peels for a match between Ritchie and are not at all remote If a diplomatic effort'i's'made" insecure the of the champion to an- kles of agreement Fly in. the Ointment" Springer is urged bv Pollock to to San Francisco and make Im- RAINCAUSED FIGHT TO BE CALLED OFF San Francisco, Cal., Dee. 10. James Coffrolh an- nounced early tonight that be- cause of rain, the scheduled 20-round bout between Chatn- Willie Ritchie and "War- lem Tommy'1 Murphy had bje.i postponed. Each Football Player on Harvard team Cost "High of Crimson Squad Show Head Coach Haughton Takes Dtjwn Cents a Assist- ant Coach Has Salary of While'Five Other Sub-Coaches Get 'Good. Sums h'ew York, Dec. de- Coach. Percy. Haughlon. chief her football stars this year at neer of the Crimson machine, draws down a.salary of a year, which means Ahoul "nine weeks of work'. a cost of Jl.OOO each. like everything else, his. increased in cost and the appearance of eleven, well w mm. liaushton'e contract, under which f. conditioned, coached play- he Is employed nowr. calls 515.000- ers on the field against Princeton and for a term o[ 'three years. An adiji- Vnln resented, an outlay of more lional sum of [or tie same :'.i-i. Football champions has .been by promt- come high ID price and to retaiu her the honors the Crimson employed best coaches oh talc able. The entire, coaching staff Uiis sea- son cost about and to this aljout two and .a hair hours daily for jmust hs added the heavy expense ot- days week-. Roughly estl- Two '-games were played in the equipping and training a bis squad of bent alumni, which brings bis total re'rnuneratoa to abo'ut a season. The celebrated'coach Is oa the field ''is daily Income from football House Basketball league of the Y. M. the hire of special and- amounts to UEO. the scale a-: flner .Haughfon receives about second for teaching'. C. A., on Tuesday night The Blues many other Items of cost. It is defeated the Hen's, 30 to 10, and the tired that each one of the thirty play- Greens triumphed ovtr the Oranges.. crs composing the 1913 Kirvard 30 to 16. The scores: Isquad cost the athletic association Thrown Fouls j for Ms cwchlng and training. Goals Fouls Made and this lu a season that lasts only ahout nine weeks, BLUFJ Carr....... Penile...... Dunsworih the effort to sign the ;-h: mediately following his match Tommy Murphy. Pollock thinks Buchanan INtcute will be in a receptive Jramj i McKala mind' and believes, further that Godwin----- ice same terms treyailins in th? match of -Sept. last.' whkh never Tolal ma'teriiilzed, will he fcund satisfact- REDS cry to all parties. A fly looms, up in the ointment, however, in tie .proviso of Pollock that -Jim Griffin irinst referee the liout Ritchie Is not' devoid of' com- mon there is Just as much chance- of -Pollock being permitted his own-referee as there Is of .Pollock conceding that some point to Ritchie. -Reply The Brighouse management is not to promoting a -bout under the old" terms, and. while Mr." Springer will not be able to be. in cisco to negotiate 'with tie champion perconally, he'wiil ba represented by prosy or will communicate with Kt- cliie by telegraph in respect to a con- teii'i. 14 S DANGEROUS TO SKATE AT HENDERSON PARK The Electrical department pi the city has Informed'the Her- aid that some of the polea eup- porting the eiectrlc lights at the lake are tlown, and that it will be "decidedly unsafe for anyone to abate at the lak'e un- til repairs.are made. A. Pecdle 2 Sutherland 2- blurry Campbell 2 Total 6 Bines 30, Red rip. GRER.V __ 4 Harvard wilb her big outlay of mon- oi mauling their opponents on gridiron. Coach Haughtpa, v.alches etch game from the sidelints, many times giving orders to his 'charges, hut this time is hot Included in tto foreEoing computations. Approximately Uie entire Harvard py, isn't a bit more extravagant than other leading colleges. Yaie, Prince- ton, Cornell, Penn and Dartmouth an-! coaching staff 'costs nearly a nually spend fortunes on their .teams', year. "Leo. Leary, 'Bret assistant but tie Crimson's Ijst. of who drills 'the. ends, pockets showing the costliness of the si renu-j annually the tldy.sum.of for his ous gridiron' game, Is interesting. [labors. The remaining Lath-, j At the start of. the playing season 'rop 'Wjttilngtoni Bob 'Fisher, Perry moie than -100 youngsters came .put Parmenter, Dick, 'wte'glesworth, -Bob [or practice at Cambridge. Every one Guitd'.and the coaches who coine had. to be equipped 'with uniforms, to Cambridge for weeks at a tlrne dur-" shoes and Jerseys. Gradually playingf 'seaEon, receive'mod- Grad weaker men were weeded a.erate sums for'th'etr services.- Bonnell Patlesoa Roberts H K. Stewatt. jickenzie" '10 regular siinad of about thirty; ealab- Though Is an lished. At this time the tTaining sport a "good1 inyestmentrrTh'e" table with- its specially food 1'atc-s.t f epqrt of" the'.'Eraduata mimiger and private chef, was ordered the showed" thai the football- seMpn of c 1 thirty to lunate players, it" Hari-ard is reckoneii almost di- 'tofaV eJiiennltnrcs amounted to 4 I tirely von. the that "has- been showing prbflt ..Isrent.on these youngsters to de- 1 coachihg'and'tritcteg.' "v [tray ail the tor the year The greatest item. ot except h as ehail, which', like; J I- x.Bl.tnln V. i ORANGE Williams AJian Oeer Hanch Total...... 10 Green 30, Orange 16.. PHENOMENAL POOL PLAYER IN THE CITY He Hit But One Exhibition of Hii Prowtii Given Fancy Frank Burns, "the famous one-armed pool champion and cue. artist, Is in the ever, Is the coaching staff. MAORATH HIGH SCHOOL i. ORGANIZED "FOOTBALL XLUB Experienced 'Player to and 'Tsik.From South Magrath, Alta., Dec. M'a- 10. gratb High" school has organized'a, xPearson, ot. the rA.'A.H.A., now Wiy- PreiidenV has" an- foolball cluh, and tho hoys are now "nounced ihe names, of the convenors seen on their field, every day. Con-.ol the various districts oi the A.A.- nell Watson was "elected presWent; .H-'A. Already sqme ol.tte districts X Head, secretarr-treasurer, aad Sir. hetn brganiied. and schedules- Phillips, coach; "The cluh is fortunate town up. The Edmonton district u. In having Mr. Phillips' as coach, as all ready to play its games. The during-his college days, in'the Old convenors anl their districts are as Country, he was considered one.of the best men on the school soccer team. INTEUCITY SEN'IOR city toiay, and wllll give the second The High has solendld 'Md on Convenor, Pearson, of ills ertibions here tonight, hav- which to' play, and a fist brand Comprises Eskimos and ing given the frst this afternoon at of'football should be seen this year, the Crow's Xest pool roocp. Burns is The toys are rejoicing over the fine a well-known figure in pool circles, weather. ar.d hat Just finished .an The ice of the various skating re- at-Medlcne Hat. He Is one o[ the sorts of the town Is saccth, prcaleit fancy pool shot experts in the [malting skating raoet Cal- ions oi Edmbnloii; -.Chinooks. and Centrals of Calgary. HEXIOR Convenor, I'lot.-.jluir'Kdwjrds, Ed- monton. District- comprises Sauth Side Hockey 'cliibvfPehnant'- Hoctey world, both with the cue and lingers, this form o( recreation ,1s Krowin? cltib and university.- Dutilct anil has a tun of 95 bal'a in con- 1 more posular evory day. While noth- ,ls One with such com- Ing definite has been done towards UnuoM'pool. .ana of. tha cua as he possesses Is; the organization of a hockey "team, I ire. even with the use of arms, there la 'a strong- probability of one ..t n___' i_ _ il__I lifilTifr toffneilaA aTia JlF-QlCIRC H 31. but Hums Is B. obenomena in that he has the use o! only one arm. helng cffocted, "providing naymond and Cardston would go in for a league. An Acceptable Christmas Gift For Your Friends in the Old Country Hadton't Bay Best Scotch Whiskey in Fancy Jug, Freight and Duty Paid There are many people living hero'who would like their Irlends across the sea to receive a bottle ol Hudson's Bay Whls- for Christmas, but have teen .deterred'from tending owing to the complicated customs regulations. deliver Freight and Duty paid V any address In the United KlnWom. "a One- Quart Royal Doullpn iug ot Hudson's Day ftn "Be4t Piocurshle" Scotch at each M kare your order early to enture prompt being made The Hudson's Bay Co. TORIES WON'T GOLF WITH THE LIBERALS Severity of Parlltan at Shown by Thii Latest Move. London, Dec. curious illus- tration of how the of parti- san politics Is entering Info the social life of Great Britain nowadays, Is giv- en oy the announcement that the Con- BcrvaUve raeialDers o( the Walton Hill golf course have migrated to. Combe Hill. Both courses arc bandy to London and on that Account are- fre- quently patronized by the politicians The reason for. the Conssrvallre deeertlon of Walton Hill is said to bo thai Mr. Lloyd Mr. Reginald McKenna, thfi Home' Secretary "and Mr. Mastermftn, tlie Financial Secre- tary to the treasury, are In tht habit of frequenting that course and con- s'iqiiently there has been en influx of Kadlcala to the club, which U .not pleasing to the Conservative mem- bers. At the Combe 11111 come, -Mr. Boa- taw, tho Unionist leader, usually plays 'with Sir, Mai Aitfcen, occulon- ally making a foursome with Mr, f. Smith and Mr. steel Calvin Robinson, engineer oa the Rclii lug Diver, went Insane boat towing an oil barge up U-.o Jftlver.St.CJaUy EDJIO.N'TOX'TOS INTERMEDIATE Cojivetjor, I'rof.' Muir Edwards. Dis- irict organized anil schedule arrarij-. ed. CENTRE 1NTRHMEDIATE Convenor, James Mann, Red Derr. District comprises, so [ar, Red liter ar.d Didshury. Lacombe will compete.In this dlsjrici. CALOARY INTEKMEDIATB Convenor, Anthony. MacKlnley, Cal- gary. District will likely comprise Calgary Senior Hockey league. CHOP'S NEST IXTEKMBDIATB. Convenor, Mr. Oulmetle, Colemin. HOCKY MOUNTAIN INTER- MEDIATE Convenor .not yet appointed. SKATES Hollow Ground Baby Carriage Tfras Fitted Guaranteed not to i Uthbridp 110 5th Street 9.' n'i WHAT WE ADVERTISE WE DO An Apology Since putting on the biggest sals we have ever held, lots of bur customers have had to go away unserved. In order that everyone may take advantage of the greatest money- saving bargains ever offered in Lethbridge, we have decided to continue our sale for one week longer. reg. crash price reg. reg, reg. Z50. .5.00 reg. 8 to crash price Men's Fur Collair.Overcoats reg. 18 to crash price Men's Underwear reg. 65c crash ,reg. reg. 1.25 price 40c 65c 85c .reg. 1.50 V iMep's FlannelShirts'reg. i.5Q crash price 1 9K Negligee Shirts crash price 95c Shoes reg. crash price 'reg. reg. 6.50 f Men's Socks reg. 25c crash price 15c reg. 35c 20c reg.40c 25c Soft Felt Hats reg. to crash Stiff Felt Hats reg. crash price This. is a Real Sacrifice Sale, and we want it known that our goods are marked in plain figures. Our store has not jbeen closed to re-mark our goods. Furthermore we carry only the best lines of goods that money can buy. MacLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West Alberta Block Fifth Street COUNTI'IY FOOTiALL Dradley, who, it will be- remem- bered, Inherited a considerable sum of money whilst with Coventry City, has signed on for-Dudiey, the club of his native town, where ho has acquir- ed a business. Bradley h4s >een ser- vlco with Weil Bromwlch Albion, Coventry City and o< MidTpth- hn. It Is an interesting (act that eight of, the Illaclituirn Rovers' flrel eleven aa "Ihe" team or the season engaged In biulncss span from their occupation as professional footballers.'. Dottomley, Manchester City's a tuslncsj man lo municipal honors on Sat- urday, without success. A categorical denial la given to the that the Heading foothnll players sent a ginned postcard to one of the.candidates ttlsblng him success In the bye-election. This recalls the stir that created two or three years ago, when Harold Fleming spoke on behalf of a candidate at Swlnrfon. Thoan w'.io may imagine that Swln- don's ten consecutive wins act up a record, have prohahly forgotten t" City gained promote! In 1005-6, they lost the opening by 5-1, and then won sixteen g" blf Ihe reel for tho goal average' for 9 against. CATARRrj Of THE v BLADDE' 24 Hour ;