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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta fTOR4T.1 IHE HEKALD'S WINTER SPORTS WILL SOON BE ON ED. BARROW GETS Dec Thursday, December The Ring TOMMY BURNS IS BADLY HURT and sporting goods for cold weather will be .what you'll -want Our stock is replete with anything and everything you can ask for and goods of all kinds are Al quality, the best made. THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAGS we sbo'w would be envied by a Coroett or a Fitzsimmons. Everything 'we now show in tlie sporting goods line Is of superior malce ana sold at lowest .prices. The Sporting Goods Co, Bowlers Will Hoid; Little Pin Going East- Team fop Fincher Phone 1032 -The Marathons won. the odd game rrom the Shamrocks on the Arcade alleys last night, although the scores i were low. .Gibbons of the Shamrocks j iiad High string with 525, and Perci-1 val Marathons had high single! t score cf 192. games a short meeting! 412 Fifth St. South j was held., attended by representatives-1 Hockey MADE A MISTAKE The Turf WH1TNEY: DID.. WELL of five, .six of the'city league iAnd Only Sent Seven Amateur Cards i to have a little] supper on Friday night after the lea-) grue games, -.with the idea of.waken- ing the .fellows up and creating new 'interest in tie league. Friday night: was agreed upon because Capt. Evans of the is leaving the city two or three days, and on Saturda; O -rrr-177 'U From Headquarters The secretary of the A. A. A, A. upon being .wired lor-enough amateur cards to cover the city league here, only sent enough yesterday to do for e provincial seven. The meeting the city league last night, held for Breezy Briefs Broken, arms don't seem to bother Champion Ad Wolgast a bit and it doesn't matter to him how soon he fights. He continues to buy property and to build houses, another habit contracted from his predecessor in the championship chair. Ottawa. Hockey club officials are go- ing to stand _pat behind the recent" action in cutting salaries and w'hat- ;He Won Thirty-Five Races on 3 fish Turf London, Dec. I a number of the boys will be at Pin-'the purpose of distributing the ama-fever happens amongst the profession- cards, had to adjourn without do-'al holdouts they utterly refuse-to Eng- Cher -Greek. The scores: Marathons the American T........ iss sportsmen who were racing, on the i Ford :Bnglisn tjirf during the season, which i'erciyal 151 155 133 498 455 494 171- 133- !SO j Hyslop 'Capital as "is the record of this en-j Jhusiastic young American who is pop- on English turfs, it is doubtful Whether Jack Jeyner, has in paying expenses, "vrfeat-i "with -the shipment of horses from the ,-IImted. States, the upkeep of Balaton I S15 743 Shamrocks -------143 132 155 162 loi 74S 175 157 ISO 'IBS 804 2362 453 525 454 3S7 491 Lonige, Newmarket, and the sramer- "You'- exposed yourself needlessly, ing any business that account. The local secretary will procure enough for all the clubs by the first league match; which was to take place to- night-but-will necessarily have to be potsponed because of soft ice. HOCKEY STRIKE. OVER Ottawa, Dec. Ottawa hoc-j key club announced that they have: closed with every1 player they need for the season and will .at once get; down to practice. j buds this-season, perhaps, too, meaning the Irom to quality of hockey will suffer sltehtlv. Ifle Amencan league will meet today, meeting of. the Eastern league yester day it was decided to play a schedule of loVgames-and'a committee was ap- poiiueq to. investigate the matter of re-classification -of the league. The saiai-y of -the- new president, Ed. Bar- row, .was 'raised from to quality of hockey will suffer slightly. _T. "f iT Abe Attell is out with strong statement'to the effect that he didn't "pull "with Frankie Conley. and that the; latter is.one of the toughest young fighters in the business." The first Johnson-says-the season will open April 12, and continue for 154 -games. this is mentioned, merely to j T P taxational League for a term LYNCH GETS JOB -New; York; Dec. L iL-ynch was'.today elected president of of one yean managed "and promoted numerous clubs." He hand.ied the Detroit Ameri- cans 'one year and gave Toronto a an inch. And Tvhat is, more, I pennant and has managed Montreal they in defiance' of the strike, {'He'-Is a man of iron will, fearless and teat they will put a team on the; weir posted, also popular with players season. This means, .providing I and: magnates. But he has never as- showthat a return match is on the rest of it we knew, A Barrow, who has -succeeded Pat Bowers as President of -the Eastern League has had plenty of major and minor "experience. He has I the New committed BALL PLAYER ENDS LIFE uisvmerTiecr McGann, former; captain "iand first baseman of suicide here today. So far no cause for his suicide has developed. the pros hold o.ut, that lots of new duties of a league president material will be seen in the he- is merely an experiment. DN THE TURF Will Follow in His Father's Footsteps BUDGET ROWLAND "BUYS DUBUQUE CLUB Seattle, Dec. Burns, former heavyweight champion pugil- ist, was severely injured in a collis- sion on the Seattle-Tacoma inter- road last night, and will be con- fined to his bed for an indefinite per- iod. -His right arm and right knee -were his head was bruised'and it is feared the smaller bone in the right arm was fractured. -Burns ha.fi not yet recovered from the injury to his left-knee in a lacrosse siime at Vancouver and is now prob- ably permanently incapacitated as a lighter. MORAN DESCRIBES HIS FIGHT WITH 'BATTLER Don't -Take Drugs, Exercise (Dulnth. Herald.) Simple living, wholesome exer- ridin ous outlays-coiinected with such a. big said Mr. Dorkins, severely-1 cise like' walking and rowing and golf- stable, the won by Mr, Whit-j "iiere you are threatened with a, bad ins ney cannot'by any means be consid- ered sufficient to defray the cost How- ever, as he races for the sport alone, he is well satJsified with the results wheezed Mrs. Dorkins. "I've iis clever trainer has achieved. cold, and you are in no condition to meet it." "That's all you know it, wheezed Mrs. Dorkins. got handkerchiefs." London, England, Dec. .George his first .public appearance since being crowned the. i successor of his father at th curities against ill health and a short life as anybody has. devis .erfcan horsemen racing on the English tracks, as they have done in the caies -of 'JMr. Whitney, August Belinont and many others. It is a genuine welcome .font the English horsemen is yet to be who can bear to think of an Atn- the world. colors wiu be seen on t316 race .-track; tirican-bred horse snowing superiority rtha an tM Tliere j over one raised in Eglish studs. That- uttie question from the first regard- Is whv. unrlonhf-ftiiiv King George's- attitude-. on. Is why, undoubte-lly. ,so' much stress is being laid upon the fact that win- Practically the entire racing string j- nings of the ge: of American stallions Maroon's. Last Manager to Become Magnate in.Three-Eye League' report from Dubuque states that Gharile Rowland, manager of in -the "tail end of the 1910 season, has purchased the -Dubuque franchise be- come a real magnate in the Three-Eye league. This news "will be none too pleas'ing in ;Winnipeg, as' Rowland certainly won his spurs here and the fans were looking.forward to his retention next season. Rowland'proved himself to be a corking.good.manager and gave this city a--team which was considered su- perior to anyiiiing in the Western Canada league. If-Howland has actually purchased ine-Dubuque -club a new manager'wili be" necessary and the .probabilities are that Eddie Herr will be engaged i SOMETHING Perhaps Father, Son, Brother or appreciate A RARE CHANCE CHRISTMAS e is sure to On all of our Beautiful, New, Bright and Up-to-Date CLOTHING. FURNISHINGS. HATS, SHOES, FURS, TRUNKS AND VALISES A Few Tinii y SUSPEXDEBS, ABMLETS HOSE SUPPORTER SETS BE4iU- TIFUL JffECKTOEAR IN SEPARATE LINEN HAND- KERCHIEFS HALF DOZEN IX j that King Edward, last year has fallen behind tenns_can be.agreed upon. ;ned racing this season-has been par-} that of the invasion of 1900 Jj.ticipating in" the races during-'the sea-! and behind that, of the year I son" just closed. But instead ..-of, run-'.before, when a purely .American-bred ning in King George's Sensation, was.'- actually second appeared in those of-Lord Derby; the that ev- self one of the stewards of Englishman'-' remembeirs to this' Club, to whom King George had'-leaS-.''- day. I ed the string for the season' I to keep them in condition. i- Han7 first -of the wards horses, it will be icon "-.boxers spend tSe in the name of the Duke of whole or a portion of the winter fig. shire for some time following Queen tic season on tins side, has already ar- death, but I rived, in company with Al Lippe his Marsh has had a pretty close over- sight of them all the -time. '.Cub Sacker, T''However, Turns in 13" Chicago, Dec. have the _________ Mr. John Evers, who .manager, "although iTjust "at B0t -that Jt had 'to be tfae; moment in Paris fixing up some 'Vrltten7 dow? be remembered that he woman t be seen on the stage for a TO iECOME A'N: ACTOR WITH PART i His Majesty, during the year, has! engagements" there. Lewis had Tom been a liberal subscriber to many of! Thomas's promise for a bout here a minute, or Almost the more important events, entries on th" his behalf having been made at New- m'arket, Liverpool, .New- bury, Hirst Park and Lewee. At -the England, but, unfortunately for Lewis Thomas as latter lost his middle-weight championship to Jim Sullivan .after agreeing to the same time stake engagements for the Lewis proposition. And Sullivan as' two-year-olds next season are rather: yet, has evinced no keenness for limited, for under ,the rules of racing.! match, although the National Sport" all of their nominations .became void in itions .became void ing .Club would probably be with the death of King Edward, their stage such a'setto later tn owner, and fresh engagements have h-ad to be made for them. to the season. The next really good man expected is Sam Langford, who wired, through that, .is going, to.'thrill American aud- iences, not only for-a -week at the Col- .lege theatre the 'week of Dec. 5. The new .part at any theatre they name. Evers is not going it alone. He will have as a'side kick none other than James Callaban, who already has made good as a monologist. A sketch is be- ing written now for Cal and John aad they will begin rehearsals within a week. This will not interfere with Ever's engagement at the College the- Little Britisher Hopes to-Become First English Light-weight Champion Chicago, Dec. to- con- cede almost anything to get a crack at wolgast, Owen Moran, .the little Eng- lish -Battling Nelson out of business, passed Chicago for the east, where he will .taste-the first fruits of his going, on the vaudeville..'stage, and gathering some easy money.', Moran was accompanied -by! his man ager, Charley has no" rick coming dn'.Wolgaat's "demand of for his-share'ot "the purse. "He can have all he can said Harvey, "provided there-is enough left over to make-a fair -guarantee for Mo- rani "We are willing to make a match >n any reasonable terms, but wo.uld prefer the purse- cut 75 per. cent, to the winner and cent to the lo-ser. And we would get the -big end. Moran will beat Wolgast sure and he will be th'e only Englishman who the world's lightweight ehasLpion." Before his. departure.; for New York Moran, with a little urging, told of his victory over Nelson, in his native Eng- lish. "My -he "I -'ad the bleeder going early in the game. I could 'ave knocked sim sev- enth round if T 'ad wanted'.tp. But at that "e was a bloody 'ard man to put out. "In that lawst round I .finally topped 'im and down 'e went.; But ''e got up again. Then -I hit 'im-again': and 'e dropped- to -the floor, b.ut'e got up again.-' "You blseder, I says, I.don't want t6 V? kill, you; stay won't'you and I "5 floored 'im again. >i "i "But 'e would not. stay 'down. The la-t7St-time-I put 'im -down .T. didnlt to hit at alL I. just pushed 'fan over." Mora.R'5 -Record; %j> is a list the rmportan-t ring battles Moian, the cley- "H. er r' Stanley .'.L 20 j 20 Attell'.....-........W 20 Stanley 15 Neill............K 15 Attell ..............D 25 TTolgast dc. G 23 Hanlon.......-----W 20 12 "Baldwin .W 12 .Murphy W 12 Nelson .K 11 ____ ust because King George's string j McTntosT "tha" i atr? the'weekof Dec- 5- Tne new Partners is not engaged in many rich stakes, it j 10 would sail from Boston on is not to be expected that the Royal j ary 4. arriving here a week late- atables will be high up in the list of (tangford's cablegram came the same winners next year. Next to Mr.- Fairie j day as the press announcement to th -1 r'