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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta K IM'o v'Cljlra, Tabaccoi, Ctmftctlon.ry Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down Stairs Dominion BlocK, op- poclta Court House SIX-DAY BICYCLE RACE MARRED BY DISASTER Six Riders Piled. in Heap Taking "Dead Men's .Curve'' -at Madison Square No One Badly" Injured BRUCE-BROWN, IN'FIAT CAR, WINS GRAND PRIZE RACE IN RECORD BREAKING TIME As hc ameron, who was New York. UPC. rlUurs were to relievo him when IKS roar Ti'ctims of ouo ,pf the worst spills 'skidded, which probably unused tho. wbicb ever 'occurred' here in a six- Ihe down 'the 'track. race early this morning-at following close L.......... -Mndi-jou Square Garden. The tires into him In uuotlier second on droppi riders: four piled on top of Root. I riders .were picked up It was found .Mcniis Bedell. Jumbo U'ells. Itoot. {that DuMaru was unconscious. Bedell! Bonias luid De.Mara were injured. Tin-j bad a bad sculp wound. Wells a brok- accident occurred on what is kneecap. Root a sashed leg and "dead men's curve" on tiie north Cameron's knee was out. Thomas snf i-jou quare Garen. The tires j into him ami In another second six Eddie Hoot's bike exploded and j riders had piled up in a tangled mass ped -him In (lie front of thirteen jat the foot of the track. When ihe i east corner of .the track. Root was looking back waiting for his partner ft'red only a few bruises and with Bedell proceeded. Thinks Body Blows of Wolgast Would Defeat British Champion TYJOBB Predicts a Close Race in the American League Next Year I'ittsburK, Pa.. Dec. It. Cobb, the famous Duirolt outfielder n mi champion batsman, for hot battles in both National ;tiid Ameri- can leagues next year, lie said to- night: "The baseball season of ouKht to be a one in both major lea- gues. National's race more estiug than ''lit1 American's this your, because more teams hud a chance for the pennant, which sus- tains interest in the yame, and makes lie turn out and root. "However, I believe the American teams will be more evenly mirlched n 1912. and l look for a much closer i race in Han John-son's organization. MAPE IN THE WEST TOR WESTERNERS What Varsity Has Accomplished In the Realm of Rugby Football Varsity's first win of Canadian rug- by honors took place in '1895, when Watt Wells, .the English ligluweight champion, has buff led some. of. the best Uttle boxers iu .Xew York, and his admirers have come TO regard him as invincible. there is-" good Teasoa to believe t ,i tiie Briton Is uo match for the .Michigan wildcat. Weiis h-j f never met. a man ivith so rush as the Hiiht.- weight champion of the world, and it is questionable if the Englishman will able to stand off the Wolverene even for ten rounds. has never rfiUshod -the bois- terous tactics of- the rough and ready chaps, and' Wolgast is about the ruggedest of the lot. On his first country. Wells went on for a joust with Jimmy .Howard, a welter, with- out special science or class, but will- ing to mix it, with any. one. Howard slashed away at the Englishman from the start, und about the seventh round landed a body blow that sent vhe Briton to the canvas. Wells paid that the blow was -foul and refused to continue the bout. If Wolgast lauds on the Knglish- nian's body, it will probably hurt, more than Howard's punch. Wol- specialty is a body blow ibnt j assures a consignment of the bacon to his home address. K would not be at aiJ surprising if Wolgast stop- .The nbore pliotograpb showa David L. IJruco-Browui driving a Fiat, win- ning his secoiul successive Grand Prize race over tliui Savtutnah Automobile, Course. This young New York man of wealth, who' took up the nutomobilo through true lovt; of the sport, captured the prlxe In the record breaking time of oh. 31m. and i'Os. and averaged a speed of 74.43 wiles an hour. The distance covered was -llt.oti milus. AMERICANS TAKflOTRONGLY TO HOCKEY Colleges on the Other Side Prepare for Great Winter to Make Artificial Ice "We all know what Connie Muck 'they defeated Montreal in -the Quebec has to 'depend on, and, of course, his .union by'a score of .20 to 5, wlien the Athletics will be in the running: all. varsity team reprosente-d-the Ontario the way. Uui j also thjnk that De- .Football union. Since that time the trolt-has a good, chance. NajnniHy. have ,soue to, Varsity three times, fiiitl they "have won -their hist two games for the Dominion champion- Hhip no less than seven times and have also won it ilia last three years hnve yet t.w0i or three years to go io school 'before inatHciihttiiuf. Tha team has met and conquered bigger teams as regards weight size I- 'visit to America, before he had won ped the'British champion within the ihe lightweight title of his native ten round limit. Xew York. Dec. all the big college sevens hare begun hock- ey pratiiice for fcho sea- son. Few of the teams have been .U'j to soon appoint, a man who will wbeu It WUB t ho u gin there would be llUle .hope for them ajwinst. beef, but they have never backed up for teams no matter- bow big and K trapse they happened to bo, and to Harry Griffiths ia duo most of the for the 'team's success, be lias iiiBtillert ginger into all hie team, .has .taught them 'tho art of bow to beat ithe other fellows, and bis-knowledge of inside football Is the reason. Varsity, like college tennis, have an advantage- over' the other teams who play for itheir city or town. Students are able to get put as early as three o'clock in the afternoon fur praotice, while 'those who make up a oi.ty team have 'to rush away; from a desk or an office and get to the practice field an early as possible; and then, after doing a hard day's work, It is no wonder -that Varsity or'rtny other lied Sox ought to make a much .Smirlo Uwson now with the Argos, I college team ia hi hotter condition ter record than for several-seasons. alons' -vitil Hon> Foulds af the teams.'They have lots of I.am a bit biased in my opinion of the-Tigers, of the American Leiigue teams will be under new manage- ment next sunyner. Ban Johnson .Is, hi Hucoeasion. Since, tho new game of a wise president, and hu never over-: rugby, has the. change iookg-iiny opportunities to strengthen Ifrpni the old style throwin to his organization and to help his clubs 'the .present. Varsity bus always drift- You have to band it to Han.. He'ed to light men, and her teams for keeps harmony'among the club own-, the last six years have been noted pis, und" there is never any serious 'for', especially year [and this year, with the present four- for the Boston Red Sox !tcfl? being the fastest of the lot. rugby 'men have been Varsity including "Gas- Baldwin, Gordon tSoutbam. trouble. '1 look also, to contender for the nug j Many-great- In'1912; With new' management in oirt at the Hub, and with men'.like JIcRoy ey" in charge of the business there, -the Jrtnlc Hugh Gail, "The Xational .League wifi have PARIS RAVING OVER THE BOUT Paris, Dec. twenty round TJOX- Ing match-takes place tonighX between The 17-year-old French (Jeorge Carpenter, and the American, Harry Lewis, welterweight champion of England, is exciting extraordinary interest. Newspapers printed columns In advance and pages of piciureu of the two boys. TROUBLES NEVER COME SINGLY Cadillac, Mich., Dec. Hheridan, the man who discovered Ad Wolgast, received a telegram from Tom Jones, Wolgast's manager, say- ing that as soon as Ad was able to travel he was coming home t lac. Cadil- j ot (hem liavn had to their attention Trouble awaits Wolgast's ar-ival here. The police have a warrant for him which was sworn out on ihe com- plaint o." a farmer who claims, .liat while our on one of his lumping trips Wolgasr ruined a stretch of l surrounding his farm. i jonty OL mem have rmu to tie vote i dat'e are'! Si-hutte, Uilwilder, their attention to last yeiir'ii umbia is, working out at S'iH "Captain Doilhiger, .Nicholas skating.rink. and J freshmen team, looks like look after Dartmouth's hockey inter- another great year. The Pirates, the list. Until n'Mif.uf1 is choieii AlAna- pianta, and -the Cuba will ail be in Ser to instruct vhe Si-liVike, same team. "Hidy" Farr and nmny others are also products of the liigJi- sr educiu'ioti team. These i layers nmnlnir I look for'the Phil iwlth few lmve retired from great benefit to Varsity-in luimmg, ami i IOOK inr tne i nn- tnn. daylight workout, and-in -this way are better able to work up their ;pluyt> and speed. This alone Jias been a all their rUve t'ootlmll since living of football, and coupled.with and "they have all made good with [fact that Uie Varsity students have al- Wai. Endorsed by leading jewelers for over half a century. The Jeweler.is a practical watch maker and knows. Time You Oiened u Walt ham." Send for descriptive booklet. WATCH.CO.. puck-chasers are. rink iu Boston. That all ihe college -tea] 'lice j will have rinks o.vn --rett. j seems certain. Yale .spoil .jte io have T] .__ j ji plant where ice can lie The el'-Mn IlH.tJei' was finished only recently. I Nou- tha'i" the'Green'-has Its own J nli-round ontdoor rink, Dartmouth cxpocts io turn out hotter' teams in the future. In past the .tianqverlara were greatly handicapped for .the lack facilities. is different this year, hoiveyor, for now it is pos- sible to ge-t; early" practice. Dferirnou Ill's new rink is located next to the gymnasium-oil the tennl.i courts. These ai'e to be flooded, and thej fh'c b'esi thol'tJeaiu'. Oth- i :j er r-vrfmising men are Harris, .iQliaj 3 in; tiiR'j Bailey, AiVdersou. iiagen and bar Ipsicujj" men will he and Del- Hii'ijns; 'defensive and playeiy will pvohably hold his old poaftioii at cover point. At point the veteran Bui lard wiM be hard pressed who played a brilliant game last year on t tho'.-run r.of hard luck which they ex- -perleiiced in Ifll 1." "The Boston team will also be; bet- overyt.liiuK, the trains In'the National ought to be-aVI Lon oil tne .ric-selv bii'.iciied most, of'the season, ofid orovi.de ii race which u'ill knep late in the campaign. "Of can't, always toil in advance -jvhat yrill happen, for fcliere is'always an element of luck to becbiisiderod in baaeball. But the student, of the game 'is -.'title up the various teams George Ballanl of Hamilton Tigers is another product of Varsity, and to :him more Ihau unyhotfy else is duo most of-the credit for putUntj flamtl- inap. Tiie Uvim tnis yp-ar is composed mostly of young ful- lows who iu the' majority of 'cases ways been able to give 'the coiicheK captains plenty of material to draw on, it is "no wonder they have been successful. 'The ..Varsity second and'third all" done well in their classes, and many of 'the star senior players have beeii drawn from the lower rauks. FITZGERALD GOT FOR PLAYING LACROSSE FOR TWO MONTHS Denver rightly lays claJm to some baseball city. A ci'ty league there drew people the last season, which is more than most ultiee In the freshmen Captain U'ells play- ed forward. last year, and besides him there are- several of 'those on last year's .squad who will try out for Prince-ton's hockeyists also ne acainuelyt .because ho knows, l Western league drew Knmea. to UieJr leagruo ell what each player can dp." the team will not have to. wait-'busy. The team'has already had it? until ihe ice ia safe on'Faculty Pond, j first practice in the gymnasium Even vhongh with a new skaic-'wii] be several weeks, however, way ,Dartmouth's hockey prospects not look any too Only Seamless Hose Is Worth The Money -No Other Kind Can Be For yourself, or your household, only Pen-Angle Hosiery! Because this is the kind knit to fit without a fitting comfort, longer wear, less darning, no rips nor bulges. This is the only hose made that really snugs in close and shapely to every curve of the foot and hasn't a yet you are not asked to pay more for it than you have been used to paying for the common kind. j Uv0 of last ycar'-j teams arc leR in collesc, and these are Captain Wells and Billiard Xorrja, the two Struckiem nnd Patten were -ill grad- j uated 'iast June. j furthermore, Dartmouth is minus j a hockes' coach.' Manager Krwin, J However, expects the arhlevic asso- fore tiie men practice in the St. Nich- olas rink. .._' This year the Tigers I-.ick goal ten- ders, and on this 'account Captain Kay has issued yi special call for candidates for fhis position. The men are doing 9rosK-counf.ry running in oonnection ji'ith the gymnasium help wind powers. Oih- ev work consists o'f goal shooting. 4 CHALLENGE ACCEPTED The challenge issued by the Raymond five-pin bowlers in Saturday's'issue of the Herald lias been accepted by local (lye-pin rollers of the Dominion .illeyj, to take place on any dateit the Raymond team may choose, Write "Snoity" John- ston, care pominion Alleys, to arrange dates. "Kipp" NEXT SEASON Spokane, Dec. Kipper.1 ban been awarded to Vancouver, all right, and Joe Colin feels that, be" got- a beautiful "double -cross" from Mie 'Philadelphia Sfation'al League r.hib. Still ho figures that be beat? on oil-' of 41000 for tbo'mau, and can not, inulerstand How Bob .Brown can j get; Kipp bade -rrom.; Pliltartelphln. Avjtiiput paying thakclub which i would ,be n record. piirclisHo price aid. the IHCI'OSBG' phtyer who pulled down a big salary this summer with tiie Vancouver team says hc thinks when he goes back again next year, he'll mnk'3 his home in Uie wee-tern city. He and another young man from Toronto, ara thinking of goins into business of aoine kind In Vancouver. Filz received for two month's work on the lacrosse lield this sum- in sr, tho work consisting of one match n likes Vancouver very much and "says the public out that knows how to' appreciate good CHANGE NAME OF EASTERN LEAGUE WILL IN- ALL PROBABILITY BE KNOWN AS INTERNATIONAL HENCEFORTH New, York. Dec. haseb.iil i'far vivtunlly begins this judging by the attendance of tb'e supreme comicil of at sanies. tne game, lienda of severnl some'of the matches between pnd i.-resldcnts of many clubs art; nK .Vancouver and Westminster, the ready'in the cily holding j tendance wan 29.000. i'onleienceH. SMiiimiiiiiiiniimii WATER Of la wherever men br. fo uie, by all 'Specify gentle- 5 home 2 it by name. 22 C.C. PAGNUELO WINE A SPIRIT CO. Lethbrldge, Alti. :N'cw iiiisiness of the week -.nil ir rliule Action by the uationa'i coiiiniis- s'ou on the elevation oC thB Aw aasoeia'Uon, 'the. Pacific Coast ami vhe Eastern league (Q the new A The respective u'eiits of Jiauni and all ar.'ivjcl in Xew York today." and with Scrre- lary .1 H. Karrell, of the Nation.1.! r.p- Full-Fashioned Seamless Man, woman or child, Pen-Andl'e Hosiery will fit' you better and suit you best, whatever weight you want and whatever color. The store you trade at keeps-it. Just look for the trademark. Penmans Limited, Paris, Canada Underwear, Sweaters, Hosiery OFFICER MAY PITCH FOR DETROIT 1 lie league representatives confidence of favorable notion CM tor-n league nunRger. t.llc! miing' W. BaTroW3 be ____________ llevod tho pronosal to call the L.Rngue Itenau! Poctor's.. Fi-escriptiou To Cure Tiift. most iiflvjjiifiGti physicians of this country and Europe are now prc- rrlhing a Wilittrgrecn. Thy- mol and other soothing -.ind lieallng He Does It Will be the Time ingredients for cure of. Eczema, PsorlasiB and forms in Hlitory-Such Ih.ng Thu known as pentd Uie I'. D. I'rsimrlptlon. Dr.. Holmea, well, known skin sppniallst, am convinced thru the D, U. Prescription is av3 Eczema as i3 I have been D. remedy for Detroit, Doc. the first time In the hfitory of the jmuch n specific for league baseball. If the plain of Prea- quinine for malaria. prescribing tins p. D. Went carried out, of ihe ;D.trolt te.m a oKlcer We o of ihe United Sinn army be ne- rolled on Ihe pitching staff. deni Navln to the con- _ ourselves vouch for Ihe D. D. Prescription for Bcznmn ly know that. :will u'kc a'wajr the Itch tho instant you apply It. Drop into our store and get posted tract of pitcher Hyatt, of the Wesi jolt this wonderful remedy for Eczema Point team nest summer. a" other skin troubles Or write r-.h D- U.'D.'LaboratorlM, Dupt. H. Myau wfts alaocantain of 'the Hill fnothall team: Hyatt pilolied sever- al r Cnlborno''St., Toronto, for their free sample; bottle. They will be enmTkable Komes tpr the ariny Iji.d lo sond l( Immediately. I the "Internationnl ka- it iiichrjcs two Can- adian clubs, will go through. "Harmony" was (.he theme of Na- tional league magnates. opposition ''o the reflectiou of President T.'.T. of the National. lenK'iH was not evident today. Tho mooting o'T'tho XHtional corii- misfion will he called tomorrow, nnd it is knotfn that .President. Johnson is bringing with him ovidencn rola- tivo t.o Ihe Kpooiilaxion In world's series tickets here last'fall. Well informed baseball men snid the commission bud little to hope for in placing the'blame for the way in which the ticket selling con- ducteti. I T is a real pleasure to have you call, even though you corne only out of We feel sure of being change your curiosity to interest, by your selt-iiuerest. able to appealing to A as keen a judge of viluei u you help but be impressed wi.li Fit-Reform Suits ind Overcoats. WELSH GLAD 'erhaps II is jiif.-i ng well for KreO ilBb that If. was Willie Ritchie In. ad of Ad Wolgast whom lie faced j1 In -the ring. From all tjcconnls o-r fhe battle Predtlle was glad wheu the j tolled the flna! rduti'd'. WJnm McKELVIE McGUIRE, ;