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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HEKALD'S MARATHONS THE WINNERS this -season, perhaps, too, meanin Thursday, IJeeember The Ring WINTER SPORTS WILL SOON BE ON and sporting goods for cold weather will be .what youll want Our stock is replete with anything and everything you can ask for and goods of all kinds i are Al quality, the best made. j THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAGS we shoNv would be envied by a Corbett or a Fitzsimmons. Everything 'we now j show in the sporting goods line is of superior malce ana sold at lowest .prices. The Sporting Goods Co, Phone 1032 412 Fifth St. South Bowlers Will Hoid; Little Pink Tea Going Team, fop Fincher -The Marathons won. the odd game from the Shamrocks on the Arcade j alleys last night, although the scores i were low. .Gibbons of the Shamrocks j had High string with 5i'5? and Perci-l val Marathons had high single! score cf li'2. After .the gataes a short, meeting! was held., attended by representatives! of five, .six of the'city league >And Only Sent Seven Amateur Cards Hockey MADE A MISTAKE quality of hockey will suffer slightly. t Abe Attell is out with strong statement'to the effect that he didn't Broken, arms don't seem to bother- "PUlPwith Frankie Conley. and that ED. BARROW GETS Sfork; Dec. the final meeting of.the Eastern league yester- day it was decided to play a schedule of loVgames-and'a committee was ap- poihieq to the matter of re-classification -of the league. The salary of-the-new president. Ed. Bar- from to The. American league will meet today. Ban Johnson-says-the season will open April 12, and continue for 154 -games. The Turf teams, .vit, was ;decided to have a little) supper on Friday night after the lea-j games, -.with the idea of.waken- jing the .fellows up and creating- new ['interest in the league. Friday nighn From Headquarters The secretary of the A. A. A, A. upon being .wired lor-enough amateur cards to cover the city league here, Champion Ad Wolgast a bit and it doesn't matter to him how soon he j fights. He continues to buy property and to build houses, another habit contracted from his predecessor in the championship chair. WHITNEY, DID.. WELL cner -Greek. ?He Won Thirty-Five Races on En'g- glish Turf London, Dec. the American sportsmen who were racing, on the ;Ford tjirf during the season, which' i'erciyal on last Saturday, Sarry P. j iWhitney did by far the beetj winning; 35 races. This performance was only the owner. Lord Derby! Xho won 39. Capital as is the record of this en- thusiastic young American who is pop- on English turfs, it is doubtful Whether Jack Jeyaer, has in paying expenses, "vriat- shipment of horses from the -IJmted- States, the upkeep of Balaton I j was agreed upon because Capt. Evans! sent enough yesterday to do for I of the is leaving the city in j -he provincial seven. The meeting or three days, and on the league last night, held for {action in cutting salaries ja number of the boys will be at Pin-] the purpose of distributing the ama-fever happens amongst the profession- Ottawa. Hockey club officials are go- to stand behind the recent The scores: Marathons 158 152 154 151 14? 155 133, 142 498 455 utterly refuse- to teur cards, aad to adjourn without do-! al holdouts the; ihg any business that account. The I budge an inch. And -what local secretary will procure enough' for all the clubs by the first league match; -wiuch was to take place to- the; latter of the toughest young fighters in the business." The part, of this is mentioned-.merely to.; show ;that a return match is on the LYNCH GETS JOB New: York; Dec. L. elected president of for a term of one year. rest of it we knew, A who Pat Bowers as President of 'the Eastern League has had plenty of major and minor 'experience. He has 1 the New York committed managed "and promoted numerous suicide 'here today. So far no cause 8ALL PLAYER ENDS LIFE McGann, former; captain'iand first baseman of TOMMY BURNS IS BADLY HURT Seattle, Dec. 14. Tommy 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 rigbt arm and right knee :were his head was bruised 'and it is feared the smaller bone in the right arm was fractured. -Burns not yet recovered from the injury to his left -knee in a lacrosse game at Vancouver and is now prob- ably permanently incapacitated as a lighter. MORAN DESCRIBES HIS 176 160 494 night- but -will necessarily have to be 133- jso potsponed because of soft ice. Hyslop (ilbbons S15 743 Shamrocks -------143 132 155 175 162 157 1-25 ISO 804 2362 1i "But 'e woulci not. stay 'down. The la-t7St-time-I put 'im -down .T. didnlt to hit a-t alL I. just pushed 'fan over." Mora.n'5 "Record; %j> Herg is a list olt the most important ring littles of-Owen Moian, the cley- er j Stanley .'.L 20 ji 20 20 Stanley 15 Neill............K 15 Attell ..............D 25 TTolgast'-..'...'..No. dc. G 23 Hanlon.......-----W 20 Neill..........'....W 12 "Baldwin .W 12 .Murphy 12 Nelson .K 11 Jusr. because King George's string His manager, to Hugh Mclntosh i atr? the'week of Dec' 5- The new is not engaged in many rich stakes, itiio would sail from Boston on Janu- to make their first is not to be expected that the Royal j ary 4. arriving here a week late- Stables 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- Edward was first all effect that Langford was to' meet OWIl firs nla _____ owners in his winning a shade more than while in two Hugo Kelley on the Pacific Coast Jan- irary K. According to Langford's 'on't Overlook the Clothij A beautiful range of 20tli Century Snii? and Overcoats, all the latest Bargains 3896 and again in 1900-it manager, who ought to know, there exceeded those figures. King be no meeting with Kelley until !--.iwever, will enter into racing on either next May or June. Mclntosh consideraoly more pretentious a scale has carte-blanche permission from than did his illustrious father, when, Langford's manager to match tbe dus- as the Prince of Wales., his familiar j ky Bostonian against anybodv or ev- I colors-purple body with gold -braid, 1 erybofly from Jack Johnson down. It scarlet sleeves and black-velvet .cap bad been intended to have Laagford wnh go.d mnse-won a maiden race j meet Tommy Burns, the ex-champion- at Sandown Park in 1886. But his en-; heavy weight, but a cable from Tom- tire winnicgs that year amounted: to j my, who is now iu Northwestern Ura- than and it was not until'ted States, this -the infor- Tvlarsn was engaged as trainer in 1893 m-ation that he found an injury to his that his _winnings became frequent j knee would prevent him from filling ana consistent. Ms engagement. But Burns is coming across just the same. stuff all new. Gome and look us over anyway whether von huv or not. RELIABLE CLOTHIERS Fifth Street Alexandra Hotel rt Statistics for the wiimings of the year, compiled undo- the stallions The presence in the English waters smng the winners appeared this week, Of the Third Division of the United usually following by about a week the j states Navv Fleet has given the Eng- tabulation of winning owners in which Harry Payne Whitney ranked third, as has already been told. This list of winners under their sires shows that during the season American-bred horses won here -on the English tracks slightly in excess of during the season. The name of Rock Sand, bought by XJuited States horsemen four years ago and shipped to "that country, appears .under the American lish a taste of American collegiate football through the games that have been played at Crystal Palace between elevens from the various battle The first game was played on the Am- erican Thanksgiving Day and attract- ed a crowd of nearly least half of whom had never before seen a typically American game. Since then three other games have been. played to equally large crowds, and the Brit- sullions, but the compilers have tak-, jShers are aeiually enthusing over the en care to eliminate from Rock Sand's credit any horses that he may have sired before leaving for the States. Ir. is obvious that the English, statis- ticians do not propose that the show- ing of American-bred horses shall be more favorable than possible, may welcome the Am- sport, although tbey frankly admit they "do not understand much what is going on. The shin guards? the nose guards and the headgears are un- known to British football, but. then, Rugby and soccer alike are half-heart- ed in comparison with the American coltegfc type of gridiron game. public appearance the following week and will in a small town, as is the custom. John was not prepared yesterday to say what the one act sketch wo.uld be about, but it is a safe bet it will not me a blackface or German turn. Nor will Evers do any dancing. The Cub infielder is getting to be most popular of actor men. A delegation from the Whitney called on him to take a silent -part for a week in "Lower 13." It seerns a Pullman car Tuns across the stage in this pro- duction and" in one of tbe windows is visible a of men playing cards. The idea wa-s to have John in the card game passing away the time on his trip from Chicago to Annapolis. Even said he -didn't believe be would accep this proposition, for the hands migh run against him, and then people would see him in one of his worst moods. ________________ l According to the report of the secre tary of the New England league that organization suffered the biggest fin ancial loss in its history during the past season. A total loss of more than was registered. This loss is attributed directly to unusually verse weather conditions. Packey McFarland's- new trainer says he can, do the lightweight limit and that lie will prove it soon. This %hould be joyous news the young fighter's many friends around this por- I tioa of the country. Packey has been letting many "a' farimrse slip by late- ly because of his .indifference to tbe game in which -he to be one of the shining lights. Funny that Jack O'Brien, the fighter does not manage to extract some ad- vertising frors the ..aviation feats of Mr. Drexel in Philadelphia. .Jack is strong with some; of the' other mem- bers of this family. jSach member of the All-Star Amer- ican league team which helped the Athletics in trim for the world's series 'will be presented with a fine gold watch. Harry tyclntosb; the pitcher of the Chicago Cubs, who pitched "in-and- out" in the world's series, went fishing down in Tennessee after the disas- trous struggle aoid violated the game law of that state. He was fined per fish. He only oanghi one. SPEY ROYAL Pure Malt WMskey Known the World over -for Its Purity V and Excellence. The whiskey'to drink for health's sake. Price per .qrt. bottle St.75 Case, of 12 Qts. S1850 Sold By C. C. Pagnnelo Phone 543 ;