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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HEKALD'S It WINTER SPORTS WILL SOON BE ON TELEGRAPHIC GAMES NO MOJBE WILL THEY BE KING Athletics -sporting goods for cold weather :-Will be what you'll want. Our stock is with anything anfi everything 'you can ask for and goods of all are 'Al quality, the best made. THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAGS we show would be envied by a Corbett or a Fitzsimmons. Everything -we now in the sporting goods line is of superior make and sold at lowest prices. The Lethbridge rtihg Goods Co. NATIONAL LEAGUE UMPIRES TO HAVE CLIPPED Phone 1032 Chicago, Dec. may "take nine tailors to make a but it will take only .five club owners to un- make a National .league umpire here- after. That was ihe meat of a state- j 412 Fifth St. South 1 inest made yesterday by, .President ____________ of the Cubs. f ______.A_______i is to be an end to the policy j 1 of Vac-king up umpires, whether right or wrong, competent or. incompetent, of the system of squelching playexs until ihev become molly-coddles and Hockey SLOSSAN ASSAILS RECORDS Veteran Claims of Sutton and Hoppe :Xew York, Dec. recent of George Sutton and Wil- lie Hoppe in relation to their record at 18.1 and 1S.2 balk-line player .have prompted the veteran failedt( ____ Co., St. Catharines. Out, y will not when they are repeated- contin.ually doing the wrong of play Sam Langford would have a chance coll and Atiell for the featherweight with the champion, but there is small championship of the world would be prospect of a meeting between interesting contest, but there meeting ac; Tint at as jonnson is not at a Price box. or two that they probably will improve their a ress. ,_' anxious. England has no heavyweight of 2l- 2S 1S no- ust like bll players. i does not, seem to be much prospect to to box and Driscoll. although Calgary the Only Club Squared Up On Western Canada League Books The annual report of the Western, punishment from the president lor de- Canada League lor the past season, is Haying the averages. The blame had Score May Stand It is likely that last night's score Tvill be allowed to stand when the'oth er cities.bowl nest The score: Micmacs 240 Perceval Nowak...... ScarJe'...-.. 148 172 171 Sinclair 142 205 125 204: 177 1SS S12 463 577 j field, ill., which 20 years-ago served as I the workshop for Dick owner 1 of the champion Senators of the I League; Pat "Wright, one of the um- pires of the Wisconsin-Illinois "circuit, and-other former greats., Take the Covalesla family -and there's plenty of them now iii "organ- ized- base-ball. They were employed ..in eanxps -.-of Pennsylvania. .by the ,-of skipping to another branch -of} sport, we find B-illy" Papke, the Illi- nois who -.at..: present writing looms up the logical .claimant to the middleweight ring1 title. earned his bread-and. butter down in.; the mines huddled, about. Spring.-VaH ley. 111., although he displayed better form as pilot for a mule teara in the employ of his father. Ross Jim Barrey, the Chicago heavy-; 526 weight, with a marked penchant 522 tackling gents like Langford, Jeanette f ------i androther colored also "served Totals" 873 900 927 2700 i hit bit in the coal the' same as Jack won a rep in a minute while sticking four rounds with Jim Jeffries, years ago, in Butte. Blueribbons 160 "K5 Shover Hyslop Nichols Holmes 193 1G9 177 209 181 163 232 160 467 552 531 568 503 Totals 90S 8S1 S82 2611. SPORT NOTES MACINTOSH MAKES AN Oct. 22, said: "I don't care whether Johnson likes the Japan- ese arm. I have repeatedlj- declared jthat so long am in the fighting NELSON !DusiIiess I will never make a match i with a colored man. Just tell the pub- i He that I have made- up my mind nev- Detroit, Dec. Nelson er to put on. a boxing glove with an today received a letter from Hugh j Ethiopian. Mclatosh, the ex-Australian fight pro; who could last half -a dozen i-wiih Johnson, and .Bill the Aus- Aue11 here 1n a ten-round i tralian champion is not in Johnson's in T-'hich the Briton w-as the' moter, offering him ihree fights in i Ed. Barrow, t.he new president of London. The matches will be with j the Eastern, league, is a practical base best English light weights, and j ball man, and quite an athletic. He j-class by several lengths. i Al Kaufman also lacks class .and it an.imposing oi inventy close ly pages of foolscap, duly certified br the auditors. 'in. scanning over the leport some interesting information has gleaned: to be placed on somebody. victor, seems averse to facing the Am- erican champion in this country again. As a result of his superiority over Attell has been will take place one in January, one i licked Sandy -Ferguson some years in February, and one in March. BatUso when "the stubborn child" tried If ihe league survives another sea-1 just now it has that appear-} self raost thoroughly, j ance, there will be quite a rush "aftier i years he will begin to really looks as if Johnson hold A, his title for an .unlimited -time unless iL A, i his effort to shine as an automobile to racer cuts short his Queensbury ca-! opponents, and tne 133-j pounders have not been aoie to make i _ rnucn of an impression on him. However, Johnson is enjoying Hm- has not definitely decided whether to to a house at a boxin accept. HART BADLY BEAT UP and in. a to feel the effects been j the Saskatoon players. And old iof the fast pace he Is going. Then one Attell is twenty-eight years old, and as faJTiy good care of him- selfj he his wonderful .show. Barrcv-; is probably the best j man who could have been chosen to I replace Pat Powers. Cincinnati i Times-Star, PEERLESS MEL IS DOWN'WITH PNEUMONIA New York, Dec. Sheppard, the peerless middle distance runner of the Irish-American Athletic club, is seriously ill. A week ago he caugbt. a cold, but paid little attention to jr. Two days later pneumonia developed. He lives in Long Island City. After his record-breaking races last summer Sheppard complained was not feeling well and said he waVId take a long. rest. .He had lost much weight and said he felt "stiff." Spur- red on by the desire -to win another championship, he renewed training and went to New Orleans, .where he, was defeated by Harry Glissing. On his return he remained in train- ing1 and competed in the indoor cbaiu- pionships in both middle, distanca events he was beaten by Gissing. Since then he ran one rqce and defeating his field, including Gissing1, at Olympic Field in fast time. That was his last race. Sspula, Okla., Deb. man! does not live who can stand up before Morris; blows." This statement ,ex- generalship combined sums u? MarTin Hart's i _ _ _ rimmnr- rvr crowd on While lias received a communication, from Manager -Clymcr of the Wilkes- barre club asking him to on liis star twirl er. who ied the Western; Johnson, by the way, is only world's champion of whom America 50 in Jiipeg. ihe 1 monton drew the largest Do-minion Day. The pennant for Medicine Hat, a recognition of their merits for 1909, cost the. league Saskatoon Lose Players I Canada" League'twirlers last season.! The West-em Canada League paid j be a gfcat loss to the team, the National. Commission for j js a high-salaried man, and high protection last season. Saskatoon did anes do not walk hand in haod with! aot kick through with the neccssan1 S25 so. in consequence, was not ab to reserve any of their players. The present deficit- 01 the league is Edmonton favorite will be lost. I'hii. "N'elsh. featherweight champion: 58-J.8-1. which means an assessment of j-was pro.babiy-the popular Digger Stanley, bantamweight j per ciiib. j er that ever wore an Eskimo suit, champion, are all good men, raid not i dolent lightweight champion in the sprained wrist from his history of the class. w.ita tne "DiS Oklahoman, et a.price can boast. He won'that title from; He has entered the ring only once; -________________ B-.IVSIS has knockeS bs Luen; Ang, the-Australian title holder andj'witb- an In that bout McFARLANO DEFEA1 rt of heavies hl's arnj and necessarily; ED retired- till- such time as his arm got In all of the other classes in He has been by al- most every lightweight in the world. gt. Joseph, Mo., Dec. 22. After IS j rounds of the prettiest milling ever j seen here, Jack Barada. of South St. orpsenrstTwofdpl country the title holders are merelyjffiosc ever-v m seen ne LIU, vv.u.ij, in us present ST-a.ve oi ue-1 _ hut "htc pmnnlnrplv them all is'liehtml "nct'-Tainiv i national champions. Tom Burns, mid i Dut nas i0..orea u.em ait josepn. K the deal'is put'through a champion of England; Fred-iand remained quietly enjoying Cision c i favorite will be lost. "phii. I die VS'elsh. featherweight champion: !as fie Phased. (fight si ably the nt.ost popular pitch-I and Digger Stanley, bantamweight j Will Box Nelson Again jSepteml :ver vv-orc an Eskimo suit, champion, are all good men, raid not j "Wolgast recently emerged from his i The ....._, ;c honn.. -Acuity of deliver- one of them has 50 far been defeated lethargy and announced that h? would j ta tors ciair.oring for a draw decision.! ;oods fully merited the con-iin. a bout So? ihe world's title in hisltske on Xelson in a return match'the The fight was not marred by any! was tonight awarded the de- i over Tommy first! fight since he met Ad Wolgast last j Will Box Nelson Again i September. breaking his arm. i "Wolgast recently emerged from his The decision was .unpopular, the spec-i tiai is ahsolut-ely square with the j the goods league. EdmoiiLon owes very smsii fiiience reposed in him by the fans. class. sum for assessment, while Winniprec, j He was ibe drag anchor for the j A-ltell. knowledge on era! good men The question is, How much didUm-j pirc Ferguson owe the league when he j ed.' Cool as the proverbial cucumber, lii.V silent get-a-way? He got J men on bases never bothered Mm anti an r-'iranee of from the Edmon-j the games be lost were few and far !first of rhe year. There is no reason-clinrhing, the men fighting in the op-! Wolgast, and Dixie- Kid, believe that Nelson can reverse the Jen the full route. j t contest and be in a position the-chalicnges of for-i QUITE EXPERT ponders. There are sev- remember your Special uinstmas Brew (I) club on 'authority Ecfc storm. One of the creditors of the league of President j between. Deacon has put a price on Bsllar is the Proba-blr it Is a and it is now up to the Wilkrebarre club. i who do have reached a point in this vicinity where any boxer without regard to his achievements in the ring can lay to a title and find supporters sr certain historians of the .class who are confident they can beat Wolgast and alter he gets through with Nelson, pro vided he wins agin, the Cadtlac boy vided he wins again, the Cadillac boy ly or retire and let-some one else defend the title. as such a dainty and pretty girl, Turn- i ye; they tell me she lias turned out a fine cook." "Turned ouf; a fine exclaim- ed Tumly. "She has turned out a half a dozen them within the last three months.'' WURZBURGER For Holidays Only The Lethbridge Brewing an Malting Co. Limited d PHONE 554 ;