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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1913 HIS LATEST NATIONAL LEAGUE IS TRANSACT- ING BUSINESS TODAY WITH GOVERNOR IN THE CHAIR ASMS EASTERN SYNDICATE IS CHARGED WITH WILFULLY FOISTING DE- CEPTION ON PUBLIC UHMH10 CLUBS STATES.WHO HE WILL AND NOT PLAY WITH NEXT SEASON i Chicago, Dec. 13.-Jce Tidier, erst- mmw INTERNATIONAL DERtY AT DOR- VAL PARK A ROOM TO AMERICAN OWNERS Cauada has come to the help of the American lurt Vilh an International Derby to run at Dorval Park track, Montreal, next 13, and tno gen- eral response for the flnt running in- dlcalw thai. jWs ovtnfvur rival In CHAMPION HIAVYWEIGHT CLAIM- ANT AT SAN'FRANCISCO FOR BOUT WjTH SMITH Sari Fraecisco, Importance ttie American Derby, long Since abandoned.' The race, IjVpchul while the Saratov meeting In full sVlng and called for a guarantee value of It vu slipuUttd, however, that the of Ike wirier, would haya to collect the furfeiu.'hut the support received from the horcemeu' liai been ao thorough that'the bu decided to assume, The, jtlnner of the Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. M.-OOV- cmor Truer ot PenasvKaaia, wto coir.aissioa has not abandoned its ef- 'o will therefore receive OR i., .1? far payable in go'J, of the National league, sent out a heavyweight, chimjionsbip among tlw the owners placed, horses tonight club owners that in San Francisco wl1' ln gold." ,l'he was not "to be.purchased without from .the north.'last night to c'om- consultation. Jplele his fight with li "My business interests compel me r-------- to you to the extent-that tbe National League, said: >E? taseball articles alleged to have ,0 be elected prcsidrnt of tbe'par- written by hall accord- jo; ent association oi organized baseball ing to President Johnson, ol the su! is an honor anyone might, covet, and American league, has branded several owners reported coming to me by unanimous vote of'as rates irticles -recently published 1'tous for Tinkers services. ttimboaf'Smith here on Sew Year's all clubs, is especially .pleasing. Hase- purporting to have corae Irom Man- Tinker intimated bis willingness lo Pelkey weighs 310 pounds and will onljr about five President Johnson declared cleanliness and honesty oi the. game last month, cannot t-e questioned, while its ea- thusfasts and admirers are always a legion. The honesty of, baseball is its greatest asset and to preserve aed maintain its good r.arno shall be my concern, as has been first ths' minds 61 all my predecessors oEte. IDEAS FOIi BETTERMENT ''Xafuraliy I ideas, which u-lien carried out, I believe will add-to the popularity ar.d greater .en- joyment ol those who will witness National league baseball, and 'to a McGraw's name to signed art- bcttfr and more complete understand- Jd.es concerning the world's tour, but ing between those who participate was absolutely opposed to i say I feel, sorry for the magnate who the transactio he said pounds to get in- fighting trim. 1VILL BRASD THEM FAKES, j the purchase Ken in case he were Mr. Johnson further stated that lo.r Tl" York syndicate "had petitioned s the Ibe national commission to ailow it voulin LOOPS LOOP WITH PASSENGER Paris, Dec." llAAdolpbe' -Pegoud, the French demonstrated at the Bu'o aerodrome this afternoon that looping the loop in an aeroplane carrying a passengfr as sell as a pilot was not more difficult than' the accomplishment the" feat' when the pilot .alohe. The alrraan mounted on separate with journalists aod each' time made a number of successive loops.' work out these ideas than to an- nounce tbem at .this time. i TO PULL VT1TH JOHNSON articles as takes. Then I! the newspapers continue pub- WOOD BEATS DOYLE Dec. Wood, of Mass., jot the decldon over nf.Boston in a.iS-round boxing bout at tbe arena tonight. The only ite best oi rela- tions between Mi. Johnson bi.the -Mm'riean league and royself when we. consider business before the National1 Commission, sines both II us will al- ways, be primarily of one mind, that is, to maintain the high standard oi: 'all in 'considering' controversies titiT before the'conimis- .-sion-for setliemebt- a'r.d to render, de- cision'impartially." llishing them-the public need not be j boys went the limit and gave'a ctev- jdeceived. ler exhibition. Luacujn in con: Few Interesting Men in Wrestling Ganie Says Roller .Ottawa, Pec. Ben F. Roller, about to retire from, the wrestling game to live on" the proceeds of bis estate, complains bitterly about'the lack of Interest in the mat a wealthy man when and a dozen .others wreaUinE, is quoted is characters. They are 'more, literal- dividuallly and character.' Leach CrOES.iwIlh the EtlnsinV wit'of tie New York East 'Side.-, 'Ad. TYoisasl, with bis quaint philosophy of life; Willie HItchle, "the mlBplac.ej'cbplr Bat Nelson, Tommy-'-Mnrphy MOOLLAR tnjklug.the following BUfament: have ?ia all-rouhd athlete. I was both, an amteur and professlon- al football a track athlete, a boter. and n I am a good deal boxer than wrestler; hut from the wtalib. of-all experience 1'will say truly that wresUIng'ls the most scientific and difficult of all alh- leJ.cs." There ia plenty "of reason why wres- [tlfng fs not popalar'and poaatbly nev- Part of it lies In er will bs popular, the over the uninteresting character of the wrestlers. Most boxers are boys of marked in- Ing as.inen than aa boxers, But Uie" wrestlers simply do" not class. For the most part two Greek B, Bohemians, Hungarians or other for- elfcera with literally unproo ounce- able at each other head on, grapple and let It at that Nothing th'at they 'do la particularly iDtereBtlns to any but an expert Tbey themselves jnean' leis than nothing There la "not a TJn to the closed on Sovenijr'15, and the Dorval Park Jockey. Club announced that sixty-seven Individuals or flrmi have subscribed, subscriber has the right to' name three horsee ou May 1 neit, so that the .cream, of, the lucr- oiighbredi on the American contlnai-l asaured. Another condition g{ the ke makes. It almost certain that any newly developed three-rear-eia will get' an opportunity to tut speed the etvea owner thould not have a f This1 clause provides (list a 'subtcriber may the running qualities of one or .more'horses foi the. prbvtd ed that sucli on or feefore- doie pi Nearly all tha promlAent ounsrs in tHo Statea to found among. (he of siibEcrlbers, ED thai the TlU be truly Old Country Football London, Dec. Following are tho t results of scheduled league games' played today on the ground of hft first named clubs. Flrsl'Diviilon Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspurs' three.' Wanderers, 0; Evetton 0. Burnley sfaiichester City 0. Sunderlarid 1. Liverpool. 2 ;'VHtddi'esbfou6h I. Manchesler Uniled city i; NDrfiastle" '-Sheffield Un- ited 1. Oldtatn' Ath. 1; Blackburn Rovers 1. Preilon Nprrh End 2; Txerby Co. 0, Sheffield .'tf'ed.'lj' Westbrptawlih AL Sheffield WeiSneauy 1; wlch AjWo? hotz In the lot to liven the dull array Bradford 3; Lincoln City 0. Brlitoi City, 1; 2. Clapton Orient 1; Woolwich (ft. 0. poatponed. City, 1; Fjjlhara Leeds City, 4; GrlmEbj Town 2. Ledcester 0; -Bury 0. Notti County 3; Hudderif'd Town 0. County 0; Dlackpcol-0. Wolverharnpton LWandefarik uy railway or 'steamship 'orr H, E, LIDMAN, Main Man, QATENTS CATARRH or-rttt BLADDER 24 Hours IR HEART OF CITT HOTEL SAVOI 8KATTLK uns between Colatcan and Belle 3.were eligible, ao Jeadlwk arose 'to how towns' east of Bellevue could be admitted. Dr. 'lillospic, from Hncher, sutlnj that the? djdn't want cup. All they wanted was some good hockey for'the coming sea- ion, but they muii get In Jjague ot some kind, as people would, not to see ordinary e'xhibllfon games, but they would certainly attend In good numbers It there was a league. It was suggeated that each team donate i certain sum, and ilooali a cup, call- ing It the Crow's Nejt Cup, but again a deadlock occurred, the deX-gate from Colenr.an claiming that it was Impossible for the players, from his town .to get off lo make journey to play as far as 'Mscl'eod. It then tuggested that a team consist- Ing'pf.lwo or three'players from the teams between Coleman and Bellevue form a team to play with. Macleod and Plncher, and so make the league Into two This appear ed to find, favor with the meeting, hut ajrattf Coldman had to ralao the objec- tion of not being able to guarantee any players la anlst this team, anil so the matter ended. It Deems rather strange that the Colertian represent allves should hare dwelt much on the Inability of the players being un able to gel away, elating tt they did that the mine officials objected to the men getting o9. When Coleman won the football cup thWe no difficulty. In Ibe obtaining leave, and why the hockey players shtuld tie unable to get away Is a little hard to understand, especially as 'this Is Canada's pvn natlona the question which anpearei to the onlooker, "Did Coleman wan Macleod and or as (Hj Mac leod delegate said, a freeze out. liockey will be Dlaycd In the Pat IMf coming scaron, but by the look of 'things I'ineber will have to join tvltji MacRod and. read about it. How Do You Like This Overcoat? It's the Fit-Reform "BUZZ" A storm protector against >vind and weather. Yet, as you see, it" is an extremely smart) dressy. Overcoat for any wear. The convertible collar makes it doubly well as doubly attractive. If you prefer a Combination Overcoat like the we .are sure to suit your ideas of color and effect with our Ghincjiillas, Naps, Whitneys, Heather Mixtures and' Scotch and Irish Tweeds. We have these big, roomy, comfort- able Overcoats, as low as up to m McGuke BalnBhoro 2; Crewe, 0. 2; Darlington 2. .IHIIlngliam.l; Watford 0. Town 1; Stalybrldge.l. Wellington Ath. 6. Stoke 3; Barrow 1. Norwich City 2; Halifar p. Kortb Shields 1; ChetteTfleld Town 1 QlosBOp 4; Carlisle 1. Uuton Town 0; South Shields 0. Chatham 1; Stamford 0. Brentford 0; Southern United-1. Rugby Harlequins 15; Old Merchant Tay- 16. London Hospital 16; Old Allcyn- ians M. niachheath 27; London Welah 0. Cardiff 17; Services a. Leicester 21; Heaiiingley 6. Newport 12; Swansea 0. LETHBRIDGE GIRLS WON There1 were doings at the Y.M.C.A. ..ill mornlpg when ttc young ladies of Letnbridge High sclioo! and .Mac- lead school clashed in a-keenly con- tested tame The vic- tory rested with'l.clhbridge by eight points to two. Mri Oilmore was te- ferce.''The feams were: ETHBRIDOli-.Visscs Hoxy Arm- atrohj, 'Marjotlc Krcehurser, -Kva Frame, Kalheiine McPhee, Francis ihpworth, Marie Church', Ida Brown, Eva Hutton, Jessie Rohlaon. Nora lirown, Urea Johnston, Johnston, Marjorie Edith Kipp, Nellie Watson, Mabel Smith, llarbara Hor- Watson, Mabel Smith, llarbara Hom- er, Gtrlriide Noble. ATHLETICS HAVE NOT DESERTED FRATERNITY Says President Dave Fultz In De- nying .Report'of .Dtfectlon of Champlone the Attiletlcs stand, and" their atlltud' today' Is just the same as It has be.el! for.rnonihs, It Is Iriio.they did noj algn our petition, heing the only tea: out of thirty in the freternity whlcl did not do so, but their failure v preoccupation intiiient tci j world's series and not tc atiy policj hf opi'OBi'uOU' to ou r .reques t. "The report.that they opposed oi petition becauEo they 3iad no-Rrl nnco and did not want to appear a hostile altitude toward Mr. Mac portrays them in a very deliiah llgb' as though utterly callous lo tbe her ships oG others. 1 think this -sUtj ment is exceedingly unfair to then and la vlev; of Jlr. Mack's attitude. them is so as to brnnd it uj true on its face. Mr. Mack has ready expressed himself as In of many of our requests, and I a] quite sure he does not look upon ti petition as antagonistic lo him in at sease. 11 is therefore nulle appare that his players could no to do so." Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Servlci NUT CO At; Lump, al'O Mini Run, Screenings, Ton or Car Load LoU, New Yorlr, Ucc. Fultz, of the Baseball Play- tn' fi nter.nlly, Issued a last nljht denying iho report tint the I Philadelphia Athletics as n team or as had deserted nity. Fiilz siadi .to the report circulated 'tiio Athletics had descried the IraU-riilly, 1 tan soy without, the slightest danger o( that ihoro havn-teen no defections from our oraaniaallon from anj-- We havg known all along Just where DRAYING v-Oi'AH Kinds Western Transfer Co Limited P. R, Freljht PHONES i 11 Office Sublet 101 ;