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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE LETHBRTDGK DAILY Thursday. December WINTER SPORTS WILL SOON BE ON and sporting goods for cold weather will be what yoa'll want. Our stock is replete anything and everything you can ask for and goods of al1. kinds are Al Quality, the best made. THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAGS Baseball NOISY JOHNNY MAY SE TRADED BY THE j HE IS IN BAD show would be envied by a Corbett or a FiE2Simmons. Everything we now show in the goods line is of Chicago. Dec. Kling- is of superior make and sold at lowes: j r.he opinion that C. Webb Murphy and THE HERALD'S Hockey JNO HOCKEY THIS WEEK Bowling MARATHONS WIN prices. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. phone 1032 Manager Frank Chance of the Chicago G.ubs will make an earnest effort to trade him 10 ttie Brooklyn or Xew York Xstional League rtubs. Kling says there some Trouble between him and the club-owner. and. manager i 412 'Fifth St. South last season. They irssird rrtc fairly said owler vera Kling, "but Chance and I asd a fevi-i The average? of ihe bowlers of the it-y 33 eaispUed by Hec- reezti arguments ana I am sure mat 3lur- in Tllp lead. sure mat iuur- [pav does not. good tOward is irom'The face A Iffle. 1 win be satisfied if .traded." jbe is of the youngest: bowlers in. Davies, Canadians 193 12 Kling'believes Murphy and Chance! the league. When a player can con-1 Holmes, Orioles......... 1SS 12 Clasr. A "Which Includes those who have an average of 150 or more: Avg. "Ga. Cy Young, tie grand old Knight, oi I are both opposed lo his remaining on sfstently roll 150 or over he is rated the club because they have Archer, bowler of class. There ate no the curve, is slowly DUX surely it-sing wio ls now catcher, and rr vunes because fie refused to return to the gnt, Cy won bit past season and lost 10. uit- AU. Cubsinl909. Kling believes that they about toe poorest showing die ]oss.of pen, jnant that year to the fact that Kling It would appear that the grading 6: jdid net play, purely because ot the {the classes is not as it should be. Hysiop, Canadians Shover. Pastimes less than twenty-one rolling 150 or j_ MoorCj Pastimss better. This is a -commendable show-' Con O'Kdly the bigIrishman who ia ___ [fact that this year. K under the managerial ere of Toir- j the same team and Kling. the Cubs j ray Ryan, may fight Bombardier again won the bunting. Wells, the English eiiaiupion. It the j May Traded for Rueker f takes place ir will come _ ofi be-; xijng believes Murphy and Chance' the Xation London on Derby "Sporting Club ar. of are both sweet on Nap RncKer and may be traded for R.ucter. Jack -Johnson will be seen in ac- tion Before a great while, according :1o report. Jack has1 agreed to meet j .ihc winner of the Langiord-Jeanette j fight, which is scheduled to lake place j in. France nsxt February. Johnson.' consent to fight for a S25.000 purse in. France next April. TOP -champion will agree to the bout- if 'th-e money -is posted in America and an American is chosen as referee. If these conditions are not fulfilled Jack j not make the match. The havc ion? had a desire for purchase ot the Duonque crab b'attie between-- Johnson and Samiin ae -1- la addition to Lansford and their -wish may novr be' securing the franchise Row-land has. JulaUed. Langford has beaten Jean- 'leased the ball park for one t'tte' before and should be able to do privilege of two more. TTith Row- T. Du- j-bnq.ue Club. Rowland is already in ROWLAND BUYS DL'SUQUE LEAGUE Leases Ball Park for One Year With Option for Three Duiuique. la., Dec. formerly manager of the s'eg" taams has closed a deal JI The A Class requirement- is too small- tie present instance there are near I ly one hundred pins separating ihvo I men who are rated m the same divi- sion. Whether it I rate b A Class, there is little doubt but what 175 as a minimum'-would be more suitable. ihc custom or not to Evans, Pastives Percival, Marathons Sinclair. Marathons Scarle, Shamrocks ___ ford, Marathons .Nichols, Americans Koss, Americans ___ (.rlDoons, Shamrocks Quinn. Sbamroclcs ___ Maxwell, Shamrocks Jennings. Pastimes 177 176 176 175 17.1 16.4 163 ICO 165 156 156 155 155 155 s rolling laO or better Americans 352 12 Class B Which includes those who have an ICE .NOT IN MAY BE SOME SKATING Although the weather that makes the ice seems to be approaching ag- ain. there will be no hockey this week in all probability. A. few hours of real cold would put a good part of the rink in fair shape for skating, but there would likely be too many j bad spots In the corners and on the ,_____ j south end for hockey. With favor- (able weather the game will start in TOOK TWO OUT OF THREE FROM tlill blast. THE AMERICANS LASTj NIGHT Tne Marathons carried off the otldj last night at the Arcade. The Am-! ericans took the ;first by but 17 pins.1 Tnis wns close enough .0 make iti x interesting for both teams. DEY MAY. PLAY. THIS Marathons in the second r.ulled XWINTER WITH QUEBEC RENFREW AFTER OTTAWA PLAYERS jfrom their opponents by n more com; average of 140 to .130. Ave. Ga. Hugh McDonald. Shamrocks. 149 3 H. A. R. Macdonald, Mar... l-i'.i 6 Ellis. Orioles 143 9 aieihni, Americans 143 6 Class C Which i includes those who have an average of less than 140. Ave. Ga. fortable margin. .The game oi H; Long. JIarathons, 135 Kelsey, Pastimes 135 Wilson. Pastimes lo-i Zweizler, Orioles........... Tate, Orioles .81 The 'Shamrocks SEVEN _ i Ottawa. Dec. is Dossible that the matcu was the best of all. the [Edgar Bey, who was a member of the Marathons finishing with 1? p'ns Ottawa-Stanley cup team two years the .lead. maJ" UP with-Joe Powers' an- rrh'- _ jcient city seven, the local youth hav- ihe closeness of '.aatca through--, received an rrom the out .made it an exhioiuon oi EiorejlloclM promoter a few davs-ago. than-ordinary interest to both i.iiy-j .Dey is anxious to rerna7n in otta. ers and-spectators; The excitement j bm eastern contract is.a pret- of the players, knew no bounds good thing, and he may decide to times. But 23 pins separated the j wear a black and white jersey this tomorrow night. Braithwaite, Pastimes 151 ast game of the and Orioles bowl This will be the six club schedule. 6 winners losers for the even-'year. 6 ling's performance. j' Renfrev is again Ioj 9 Last night's- win puts the Oll Ottawa hockey plavers, but ojtnons in second place in the league; luckily, the creamery town magnates j miserably in his fight with "Jack pion; in the second round Morris' har.l I -Johnson. It is reported that Jefi is .rn Tio-rt- contemplating a trip to Australia, mouth groggy itoday by Cuban nines. Almendares and {won the first same with a score of ending November 11. Ariz. This makes it at the TWO -NIGHTS Starting MONDAY, Dec. 26 Mr. W. L. Stewart presents Miss Leali Stoddart CUU.TJI JJLV-l CleTer Company in Stephens Linton's Merry Musical Mixup Wife's Family' Comedy Oiever Comedians An evening of MUSIC AND FUN 7 to 5. and Havana took the secoml Diggest harness circuit in the united I States. to but trip do no fighting over there. himself. They Svere clinched when the gone sounded at the end of the Barnev Oldfield, the auto racer, and Frank Chance, manager of the Chica- go National League baseball team. round and Hart vras clearly in. to accompany him on" the grpat distress. There's Nae Game Like Curlin EXHIBITION OF SKJLFUL TOPPLING ON 'ALLEY YESTERDAY A record bowling score, and PIN to have his ice dogs slacken np a bit. the players putting on too much steam for early in -the season. Skene Ronan, who is in Haileybury a few days, and Percy Ridpath, one i Ottawa goaler, is still in Gotham. that will take a lot of beating the only absentees. Bruce Rid- hung up jn the Arcade alleys last nighz by a five 'man combination con- i path having arrived from Toronto the previous day. The- sq.uad was au-z- mented by tee appearance of Niclc sisting of Ji. A-.H. Macdonald, 203; JBawlf, the Haileybury centre, filling iu H. a. Lo8g. 174; E. R. Holmes, 17S; There is probably no winter sport about which there radiates such good fellowahip, sociability, and true spore- ing spirit as about the grand old gunifi Jof curling. For decades back enrlrttg jhas been noted for these elements. MUSIC FRAE BIRLIN' STANES (the draw game [nice "hack" shot when required. The the second team's iine-up. The ice Arnold Jennings. 202, and Hugh Mac-1 "aS hard and the air enough jto keep the men oh tip-toe, although donald, 235, a total score-of 092 lhem_ are in fair sliape as a which in a three game string would j result of the preliminary work they jbe equivalent to Of the players i have put in. in this big game. H. A. R. Macdonald land H1. G. Long are Marathon bowlers. WANTS NEW DATE )Holmes belongs to the old Orioles, but! Macleod; Dec. to there 1 a! has since been transferred to the Am-; being no ice on Monday night, the lead should be able to draw and jiacdonald is a new guard, primarily. All the members, with Scarle-s Shami ericans: Jennings of the Pastimes and j hockey whicn was-to have man listed Shamrocks. The played liere 'between Beat Curling (support. A vice-skip should try to Regarding the Question of what part relieve the surain under which the f of the country develops the best cui'Vj3ki9 ls Playing. He plays the second! When it was first player on the .lochs i 5 e__ last, stone, holds the broom -when rha jof old Scor.hina it was the _ srep.i j. the part from Vni-ch you yourself 'haiL j is Paying, and is his right-hand! i medium thereby men of the district And it ia a truthful answer at that j oower at all times. sjight element of chance has j-were united and drawn together j Ontario curlers are the best curlers! General (made for Its popularity It combines (through its friendly rivalry. Ontario -with j The skip is the general of the team. the fascination of billiards and j As in .the olden days it was a j factor in drawing the prominent men. Pincher Creek iad to be without fatigue. Exercise! The fact of its being a game of skill i of the community together, so today rj on their is famed for these verv same qualities. There is no room for doubt regarding the position which curling holds in General Ontario -with or of from three to ten feet. Wes- on him depends the -whole plan of the i with an expenditure of physical curlers will average up better piay_ His Tequiros more mental j ertion equal to that required in ten- ice, the_ stones concentration than chess, and he must j nis. Running mode j torti a really [treating a wayward stone to draw, vo- A jumping, sliding, e lt i is famed for these verv same qualities. won't' on a shot, work more.be able to lhink and his ffiode tonioning, crawling along the ice en-i. e Oi a foot sometimes.- Maritime welfare oa the instant; teams m 1Our leam 'ea Tince c'arisrs are probably almost good as tte orethren in Ontario. there invariably plays j calizing such expressions as He must be able to (WhoaI" accompanied with great ilhe lives of our business men, pro- fessional men. public men, in fact i -tiie-v use irons' aDfi tbere is size the run of the ice, and the differ-! swinging- back of the arms jail those men of the better class Possibzlity for companson, as ue jent stou-s, mnst know the strength of one foot, and "Drawl country and this city. jgames are quite different. ibis own players and" perceive the weak while the hands rest en the ice and 1 Lethbrido" Outlook "Briaht A 9urier nesses of his opponents so -that he j the head and legs swing in the direc- t'ae fact that it and 203 for ttoUIC1 innings being third, Holmes j telmTas fourth and Long fifth. Holmes lost j Lethbridge to secure a new date, his last three frames, two of whica i were splits while he blew the tnird. i ----------------------_ Had he even pulled off one spare the'! have passed the A- Fletcher, the Toledo pro- but its all in the game and' threw a big scare into 1 some ro start-a third major I league, has abandoned the project. It sueusuuiu.aiis asserteu: thar Fletcher had options suites on the services of 90 maior "league a run of luck, in wnicli case the ores-; iRclading sonie ol of the diamond. ent high water mark will he -basped. generally agreed that Lethbridge ol- i games are quite different. A Under any and all conditions there may direct the play in such a manner! tion in which you would Ccriaia qtialuic-aiions which a ns TO give his opponents the unfavor- j stone r.o go; other expressions such i curler must have to stand the shots. fcrs somewhat prospects j and be placed in the class with the j for ice at any time, this city has pro-1 Desr. He must primarily have a del- j Good Soorts "Sweep! "Let her i VHow is and then the final bel- low I His vfho-e mind must be concentrat- wiien the rock hatils J he curlers from of Winnipeg, and the principal feature! I oi the new rink is its construction.' A have stead shot in almost every game. He must Great Curler be a leader aud have the ability to curler must, have the Ke-jllnite his rink into a perfect machine, is absolutely important that he he must jit fib so-11 ame that, has i blending the men f life than curl- 1 itig. V.lien on the ice They all "Knights o' the Stane." :tnd the constraint of business fades away and; is Ics.i in the soodfeilowship of the; j being made to coabar the peculiar i j I weather conditions, which only South- ln Alberta can claim. e av.eady nen es, a cooi hoad. atiso-; optissisric and that he radiate optim-igame. rt is a v game where a ma Mute seif-controi, anc a great stock and cheerful force. A good curler! shows himself up. It is a clean com- n srood loser and a generous winner. petition with good sportsmen and ex- on Jd p. k jemplifies that a man must play fslr ery thing is in readiness for ap w-i" rinr thon'votfd be 8QUarC bc winner' II Ltiltches the rink with the first sign of ice-mak-; Ia mai1 to take a disappointment Ing weather A Ecnspiel There is so gpor- so environed with t-h curling boaspiel is the competition and the true aport- inp spirit is the game of curling. dhioaal quality of being an sizing a situation and have good (thing to the boyhood frolic middle-aged scan can. that .The "boys" are alU out for a good time. They cut up and play Iwks like a bunch of preparatory school boys. And the? curl and t-heir beatings as though they really it. personal magnetism. Kis "vice" should providillg ke stays straight shot. The vice-skip requires to be a per-lbe an "nderstudy of him. but must feet player "In the hack" (placing aibow to the of his superior, etone.) ani in addition must good There is nothing 30 disastrous as judgment, great optimism a j scrapping between tte steJp and his strong fighting spirit. He must back up his skip anrt adjust his conduct so! The second op- to him best morel itimiem. be perfectly strong he will probably among is up the game j it long enough, j develop into one. j It is a great game for a young man as the -contact with the class of men who play -ths can not have other than a strengthening effect on his character, and a broadening effect his ideas. COPYRIGHT Tirr For Holidays Only The Lethbridge Brewin alting Co. Limited PHONE 554 ;