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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PATTT- Thursday. 21, 1HJI. 6lgiri, Confectionery Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Dawn Stain Dominion !Block, op-.' Home A UVELY BOUTAT WARNER Jud Foley Decision Over Boston Boy in Ten Round Mill Last; Questioned. {Special Warner, Altn., Dec. won from Morrig in a ten round boxing ex- hibition at Warner last nigbt. Young j Morris is Foley' Irom-Milk 'River. A smnH''but en- thusiastic crowd saw. tbe bout. Morris was seven pounds lighter sind carried the fight to Foley ali.the time, but i the latter was same rill through. Once I Foley had him in A bad comer but j Morris used u left jab with de effect and fought free. Koiey'srlght u percut worried Morris considerably. C. A. Hunt, Milk Itiver, acted 'a reforee. and gave the decision to Fo ley, nlthough some of the crowi thought it should have been a draw P. J, Nichols, of Sweet Grass, whc witnessed the bout, offered to mate! the boys for a ten round bout nt hi club in Grass on Jan. 1, 1912 for a purse of S20Q. BOWLERS GQINGTO RAYMOND Local Five i Pin Artists Off of Schcol Springs Ninepins Having accepted the challenge of the .Raymond ftve-pln bowlers for lionie and home matches, the to take place In Raymond tomorrow night, -the bowlers at the Dominion alleys have been busy getting into sfcape for the event. The team is composed of "Scotty" Johnston, cap- tain, Wallace. Greeii, Perclval and or Moqyre, and they promise the Rayinon'1 bunch a lively contest "Friday night.' ,It is seldom that one sees an old- I line bo.wler in who ..does not use the linger holes in the halls. One of these- old-timers turned up last at the Dominion alleys and caused nuite a sensation. He got in-' -to an argument with Bruce Davies, and was willing io back Jiis ability to trim the local bowler, the latter of course twins the .uiger holes. The first Same was :i cinch for thev old 1'boy, He started off with a strike, I then a spare, right back with two., more strikes and finished the game with 205. Of course this got Da vies' number and he fell down be- Ion- 160. But the and third games went tlie other way, the old- tinier not being able to locate tho front He was right there with the snare stuff, and the way he used the "ribljou counter" uall to so after the No, 10 pin was amazing. He can moat of the boys step some to heat him. The bowlers have a mania for nine Pins these days and some good games have -been Drolled' recently at the Do- Minion alleys. It is possible to score ten Iti a same, one to each frame; j to leave one pmLstamlingj whieh ceuikiroiie. Stick Meyers has high score to date, putting up S BUSCH AND GILBERTSON MEET HERE CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON IN K. OFF, HALL McNAUGHTON'SJfEEKLY, RING, BUDGET San Francisc? close tactics f the 191J rinds si afJon fcloripusl) confused With Jack olingon antf Billj p'dtike joined with am Langfonl and severaT'oilier Am .in Wolgmt fell sick mil Hie pioapeot changed. hourk notice I (o pioiaip mjaelf for an entirely differ- snt kind of flfclit I'was to become the n CAMBRIDGE n London, Dec. imiver Bity today defeated Glasgow Academi- 'cals in a Rugby game by sixteen points six. Oiir Xmas Hampers No. 65 {Approzimate weight -10 poumfs) 8 lb. Turkey 1 ib. Cape Cod.Cranberries 1 lb. Plum Pudding 1 lb. New Table Figs 3 tins Tomatoes or Corn 1 lb. package Mince Meat 1 bottle Goodwillle'B Preserved Fruits 1 Jh. New Mixed Nuts 1 Ib. New Table Raisins 1 boi Somebody's .Luggage 6 Ihs.-FBncy Apples 1 Ib. Fancy Box Assorted Chocolates 1 Ib. Iluntley Palmer's, Mixed Biscuits 3 lb. Fancy Tin Tetley's Tea Price Hudson's Bay Co. day Be Modified .If John M. Ward Has His Say December. John -M.J ,Ward, chairman of .the National eagne: 1 Rules .Committee, jifls his- way, thej jfoiil strike rule will be" modified; so! i that Ihe first foul only will be called i la strike, instead of the first two, as at! present. I he ex-, plains, "is too great a handicap for the batsman to overcome, and gives the, I pitchers an immense advantage. Per- j (haps ibniight- be better .to call strikes; oh'fouls that drop within a certain rad- ius ot the home plate. Any plan that will increase' batting, think Tvill be well received by the baseball public., U is possible that I shall advocate the j levelling of the pitcher's box. The [raised box in some cases two feet higli- than the base paths, also gives the pitcher an unsportsmanlike ad van- "I have been wrestling catch-fan and Greco-Roman stvle in all parts of United States ami (.'mi' aiia for the past six yrars and have thrown br of my but iliave ail cumin, Ivim entitled to be ratH us Tlie 165 ptoJiul chimp ion of America. I understand J. F I'lji sen, who is same 1 is claim lo the champion- ship of T have heard cors: siderablb about Ellison and his abil- ity and 1 would very to meet him on ttis mjjt.. 1 have a crcat respect for'Ellison his abil- ity. hut J think I can ihfow him without troUblR, though I am not prepared to give a handicap." These are the wonts of Carl Busch. tiie G-erman wrestler carne here fram'Mbntann a few days ago in search of material -for .competition is the man Husch would like to nice I and hs hopes to have a go Mith the 1 ttfi Jjo m HC i billed ttirt but f r th-alft ul) inplic tton 11 Hit, cr iull con ist of a guicral trrod tm e t uJi'ich program will ha carried out. In addition io the wrestling contest'a number, oi stums will also I" ciriied out boxing between well known amateurs oi the. cir.j-, baa; punching, etc., which will [occupy ihe balance of the afternoon. it is expected that the smoKcr will he attended by a number oi ipl iiom the outittle uho tie claied tiicii 'mtentioii of jolnurg (he Mofisc and who will also lie interest- ed pectito it th0 ung ide dining the, c-onifist i Will Wrestle Ecklund hvriif tnaf Btisch huv io CJirenct 1 cklund ot Moos" has been accepted and it is expected "tail the bolU beljttei the off diiruig the ue k hcUc n Chn til i -ind th- dehn it of not dinded en Du-rfh i n ion to wrestle his opponent.in IjCthbridzc, while'Ihe other man is as termined llmi.. it shall go to bis home, toun M is expected, liowevei', that the matter will be fixed up to the satisfaction of all within the nei'ti tew days. ikaii fighteis In Auetialla uith Vd'human cvclono in fact and knock 'olgast recovering from the effects of Ritchie out of the ring.' If I didn't no with Abe AUell (klei excuse was expected of me ami I ineiily holding aloof from the coming! think any reasonable person will id-