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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednettoy, December THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pace' 6 CANADIAN PACIFIC Christmas -AND New Year Holidays FARE ONE-THIRD For the Round Trip Between al! station.! on Main Line, Port Arthur to and 'Intermediate branch Tickets-on.sale December 22; 1810, to January 2, 1911, final return limit. January For .further particulars apply B. MITCHELL Ticket Canadian Pacific Railway LethbrWge, CANADIAN PACIFIC EASTERN CANADA u r si on s Low Round Trip RaUt to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale December 1 to ber inclusive, good to within three Issued in conection with At- lantic Steamships will be on sale from NOT 11 and limited to five from date of issue. Finest equipment. Standard First Class and Tourist Sleeping and. v-ars on all Through Trains. Compartment Library.- O'oscrraiksi 'Imperial Limited." Hockey BAWLF GETS GOOD OFFERS OTTAWA PLAYER WILL LIKELY GO TO RENFREW THE HERALD'S LATEST Ottawa, >Dec. Bawlf, of who played full-back for the j Ottawa University team when they! won the Intercollegiate football cham-j pionfthip three years ago, will likely be witlrllenfrewv Bawlf, who jumped into, the professional swim last season cms received, -so far, five offers to play In various hockey, towns. The Hailey- bury club wired for him and the Gate and "Waterloo .clubs have also been after hiiiu Today he received terms from Port Arthur club. Tonight Bawlf stated that he. had decided to go to a trial with the creamery Town club. He hag been showing fine form it the Ottawa practices and ihould.inake good .up the line. The Benfrew officers admitted to- night" that their chances of landing Fred Taylor, are "small. Taylor main tains, that ;the club did not fulfil its FIRST HOCKEY MATCH OF THE CITY LEAGUE Will be Tomorrow Night Probably a Doubleheader Meet- TheRing end of his contract and declares tha he wiU hot under the Ren ..a young youngster who hjis'-hf en ciit out.with the New Ed will go to Port Arthur to- 3-Tliroiigii Express TrailsDij-3 Tnd "TORONTO EXPRESS" ieaves "Wisalpeg daily at 22.10k mak- at Toronto for all points East and "West thereof. The "Imperial Limited" leaves Vviu- nines daily at 8.25k, and the "Atlantic .Express" at 19.00k dally, making con- nections at Montreal for all points East thereof. 'Apply ts the nearest C.P.R. Agent for Full Information ANNUAL EXCURSIONS TO U.S. POINTS Low Bound Trip Fares To ST. PAUL; MINNEAPOLIS, 1 DULUTH, Minn. MILWAUKEE, CHICAGO, III. en Dec, 1 to 31 inclusive 6ood to -return within three months. to nearest C. P. Agent for fun information. CANADIAN PACIFIC Western EXCURSIONS SINGLEFAUE PLUS FOR ROUND TRIP From a3I stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and Wast, ba, Saskatchewan and to Vancouver Victoria and Westminster Tickets on sale December 15, and 17, 1910; January 23. 22 and 23 and February 14. and 16, 1911; good to re- within three months A date of issue. to nearest C. P. Ky. for full information. "Arthur club is of- fering. ISO. pfr week and expenses. The, 'Otfcwas-' will return to their old redj white and black "barber stripes this season', a large. white- "0" adorning -ihe 'sweater; GA3NTAMAN TEAM SHOWfNG THEWKHOW THE GAME IS FLAYED IN. .NEW St. Tororitp, efeatethe .''New hoclsey; ioiiigii st and was clean through; showing themselvr es' at; every -stage? the masters, both In" itrategy and execution, of the New. York -team .which is champion of the League; ing of League Tonight Clubs Must Have Amateur Forms of Players Filled Out There wiH be a meeting of the city likely be played hockey league tonight in the parlors ter the regular match. of.the Dallas.Hotel at 7 o'clock sharp. All amateur forms must be handed in by the clubs of the league without fall. Double Header Probable According to; the schedule, the Bankers and Hick-Sehl first the city hockey league. tomorrow night af- will-be discussed at tonight's meeting. Macleod May Stick Word comes from headquarters of the Macleods that they will endeav- or to stay in the. city league. The meeting tonight will decide the ques- tion. There is no reason why they should drop out. They have a team that will compare favorably with the the postponed games wiil; majority. An important matter to come up tonight will be the selecting of a manager for the district league team. The executive have been looking af- ter it so far. Practice hours will be named, and a more solid organization effected. The proposed change in the sched- ule of the district league will be dis- cussed and correspondence read from the other towns of the league. JOHNSON OUT FOR MONEY HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION DE- MANDS PRO- AFTER MATCH Chicago, Dec.' Johnson will fight Al. Kaufman, but his end of the purse must be a guarantee of 000, according to ah ultimatum issued by the negro champion today. Johnson further stipulated that the battle must take place in the United States. It was persistently reported that San Francisco promoters were after the match. Johnson would not say that he had received an offer, and de- clared that his ultimatum was prompt- ed solely by the challenge issued by Kaufman- yesterday, but from a re- liable source it .was learned today that negotiations the match in Califor- nia are. now in progress. WINTER BE-ON- '.I-, 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 are Al quality, the best made. THOSE NEW PUNCHING we show would be envied by a Corbett or a Fitzsimmons. Everything we now ehow in the sporting .goods Une is of superior make and sold at prices. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Phone 1032 St South Athletics -V MUST ;HAVE CARDS iLe; _-iridge _ team of all insist upon their carrying amateur X .Macleod, Pincher Creek and Taber clubs will Of thiS. OTTAWA CONTRACTS ARE ALL SIGNED UP ALL BUT RONAN SCRIBBLE _ THEIR 'TO N. H, A. FORMS SIGNATURES Owen Moran in a i if Class by Himselr LID .ON TIGHT- CHICAGO MAYOR WON'T ALLOW BOUT UNDER ANY CON- DITIONS Chicago, Dec. Busse .to- night stated that.-he would ,.not gire the ..Chicago Athletic Association a permit to stage a boxing exhibition, at the Union Stock Yards to raise mon- ey -for ,the firemen's fund. The cliib- had made a proposition to stage, a number of bouts, when fighters wBb had volunteered their services had hoped to raise about John- son and McFarland were among the pugilists who 'offered to appear and President'. Spoor :of the' Union Stock Yards had offered the use of Dexter Park -pavilion- free of charge. The club had intended "to take full charge of all- arrangements and the sale .of. 1 tickets; and" see .that, all- the money, received' from: the event" we'irf where it was intended to go. Hockey team nave at last signed up their con- tracts and the players' -committee is breathing easily. Chairman Dave Mul- ligan ;got around with the forms yesterday afternoon and' all the experts so engaged; affixed'.their marks to the. documents, that-bind them" to play in the Capital this season. There was; one exception, however, Skene Ronan, who was counted upon to act mail, and forward, has not yet attached "his signature and .it Is -Announced that he has practically "closed with JRenfrew at good figure. Nick-Bawlf ,up to Renfrew this afternoon and will practice "with the Creamery town team. He has been made a very fancy offer if he catches a place. At that Nick would prefer playing first spare with Ottawa this season than, holding" down a. .Tegular position on any outside team. His Type Seldom Met in I Environs Ring-Brit- fisher sets Good Example Should Owea Moran who already has" done much toward achieving his ambition" putting Nelson out of the way assuring himself the first' chance at Wolgast, defeat the j the lightweight division will have a champion who is a model in many ways. He sizes up so much un- like the commonly accepted idea of a ringster that it. is a pleasure to hand him a boost. Moran is a married man and when opportunity gives him. a chance he de- votes a great deal of time to his wife. He goes to his -church of- a Sunday, pays his bills, earns much money and saves some. He is neither roysterer nor rowdy. f." Should- one unacquainted with box- ers or boxing meet Jrloran at any sort of social event, the chances are they'd never take him for a boxer. He _.. tell, featherweight champion, and Bil- forth no impression of roughness or- ..M i ABE ATTELL AND BILLY ALLEN TO ;GO ,TEN ROUNDJS Syracuse, N.; Dec. BREAKING- EECO'RDS BUT STRAIN .IS UPON ESTOPPEY'IN TOGO M iLE RACE Los Angeles, Dec. Es- toppey, who is ..a'-tternpting. to run miles in hours at Venice showed the first 'signs-of fatiguis today; His face was pale and in a general way it was evident, that the long "strain of hours runs was comm.encing" to tell. At S o'clock he ran his 900th mile. His schedule calls for making the 1.000 miles New Year's Since running 514 miles, he 'has created new records. Zbyszko's Terms vulgarity, which .some persons think Ily Allen' feather weisrht Meet MaHrri'out in Private Match for Side Bet Chicago, Dec. Herman, manager for, Stanilaus, .Zbyszko, Polish -wrestlefi the city yesterdayvand-accepted the offer of Mahmout's backers-to pit-him against the under certain con- A BIG YEAR FOR HARNESS HORSE NUMEHOUS RECORDS BROKEN- HARVESTER" MADE GREATEST New As a result of the harness racing season during the year coming to a, close the world's championship tables have undergone 29 changes of which 24 are for trot- ting and fire for honors. The greatest of the year's champions was who" has lowered eight re- cordi, fire" of' which were held up to this year by Crsecesa fcr nine years. The performances of The Harvester have now completely wiped off the name of Crescena from the champion- ship lists, the list of his marks to be lowered being that for 2 miles, the old mark of 4.17 is now replaced by BUFFALO "GUARANTEES FOR BIG BOWLESfG TOURNAMENT IN 1911 Buffalo, Dec. a guarantee that practically the entire sum re- ceived from the in the shape of entrance fees will be returned to the bowlers themselves in the shape of prize money, the Buffalo Bowling and Amusement Company sent last the national tournament. Word has also been received from -Ted Hart- man, assistant manager to A. L. try of the American- Bowling congress. He writes that in the past four weeks be has visited Ohio and Pennsylvan- ia and says that the Buffalo tourna- ment will'receive a large entry from .Lt. i states. Michael Luber, sec- week to President Kirk of the of Brehm Ten.pln tional Bowling congress a bond of SENTENCE SERMONS Love never listens to fear. It's a long-way to heaven by the back door. You do not gain lag for sympathy. strength by poi- When a sin suits us it bc- insignificant. to guarantee that the company will pay out to the bowlers 85 per cent, of all entrance money." This will make Buffalo's prize list the greatest ever known. Manager Floss has received most 4.15 1-4. The oldest to go is that j encouraging word from two of the Arian, 2.10 3-4, as a 2 year old trotting colt, a mark which. Justice breaks, re- ducing it to 2.09 1-2. The fastest rec- ord of the year is of course that of Uhlan who trotted a mile in 1.58 3-4 at North Randal, Ohio, track and who Bet the world's record below the two minute mark for the first time without most prominent bowlers in the coun- try, C. V. Gilbert and Louis Franz, of Cleveland. Both of these men are at tne iiead of toe bowling game in the City and they agree to send at least 25 five-man teams to the na- tional tournament in Buffalo during league, one of the best organized leagues in Man-land says the Buffalo management may expect five or six tearns from the Brehrn Baltimore Ten- Pin league. Sam Karpf states that his city, Dayton, will be represented at the tournament with four or five five- man teams. President Kirk has called the meet- ing of the national body on the 10th and llth of March in the city of Buf- falo, during the tournament. February and March, and they may the Miistaacd of a -Ind shield or a .increase that number by 10 or 15 runner in front. teams. Louis Franz is the man who rolled the match game with Jlmray Smith, now a Buffalonian, in which Smith came out ahead. Manager Floss expects to arrange a two-man match. Franz and Gilbert against Smith and Eddie' Gebhard, to take place-during the tournament. Niagara Falls indicates that 10 or 12 five-man teams will be entered in Joe McGinnity, who owns the New- ark dub in the Eastern league, Is go- ing to erect a new plant on his ball already let the con- and the work -to be finished in time for the opening of the sea- jrtn next Encrlish Fish and Chipped Potatoes In basement of old Candy Kitchen. Give us a call, next to the Eastern Townships Bank. is part and parcel of a boxer's train- ing and upbringing. Moran is a well-built, natty-appear- ing little chap, with the large, soft eyes of the Irish type. His features, barring his nose, are as clean cut as the chiseled features of a marble sta- tue. He has a determined mouth and law, a clean, elastic step, a forehead of Jovian proportions, and a manner which, for mildness, would compare favorably with that of a. college girL Not Looking for Trouble The that move in the breasts of other men. are not foreign to Moran. He loves and cherishes his wife; he desires the goodwill of his fellow-citizens, and he breaks no laws of the land. Of a certainty all boxers lack what polish the refining influence of educa- tion may give, and Moran is no ex- ception to this rule. But he makes up for this lack with a manly sturdiness that to a whole lot of persons is more appealing than the softer usuages of a drawing room. Moran, like most boxers, is the up- come of harsh environs. He is the product of an honest working folk. In his boyhood, manhood, he knew nothing of silver spoon bringing. Lacking these enervating influences, he grew on a broader piaj.6 He was a grand young cub as a baby; he grew a strong and healthy animal, with the normal instincts of a vast quantity of animal energy and cour- age, which has brought him fame in the ring. Wanted to be a Jockey As a boy he was as full of life as a cocoanut is of milk. No boy could Canada, will meet in a ten-round no of ditions. Herman says he is willing decision uary .23. bout in this city on: Jan- BILLY PAPKE LOST TO DAVE SMITHEY Sydney, N. S. ,W., Dec. Fapke, ''who claims the middle weight championship of the world, yesterday lost to 'Dave Smith, the Australian middle weight, champion, on a foul in the tenth round, fighting throughout. Smith led the PAPKE; WANTS ANOTHER CHANCE Sydney, N. S. W., Dec. are being .made, todayto arrange an- other match Billy Papke and Dave Smith, the Australian title holder, in the middle weight class. to allow this -man; to wrestle on- the terms given by Mahmout's who are willingvto that 'the Bulgarian will throw the Pole .twice withitf- an -hour, '-the match to be a pri- vate one before the sporting writers only. 'Zbyszko also, agrees to tackle his rival in_-.public for a purse of Herman 'demanding this amount in case the match does not, prove a.draw- ing'card: "The 'Empire club is willing to stage the tussle, providing the wrestlers meet in a two-out-of-three finish match, but refuse to put as it is. not certain the fwo ill -draw that strong. HACK LICKS ROLLER Boston, Dec. Hacken- the, Russian wrestler, last night defeated Dr. Roller, of Seattle, will issue a challenge in a few Jin the Mechanics Building, by win- days. Yesterday's, fight between the'ning two straight falls, the first in two men, resulting in Papke's dis jone hour', seven minutes, rhe second Qualification in the tenth round for rougnness, was all Smith's, in 15.minutes, with an'arm grab and a "bodv roll. he has always had a habit of making good. The boy is a clean liver. He drinks not to excess nor does he practice any other deleterious If he did he would now be numbered among the "has-beens" -instead of a top-notcher. Owen can talk intelligently on all ordinary subjects of the day. He can talk brilliantly and entertainingly of SCARLE TAKE UP GAUNTLET The gauntlet thrown down by Bruce Davies and -Walt Sinclair to boxers and boxing, and that's twQ men city TiArcrtnc fiTi A-TlTT" SUO- i _ ------.------._ i match or series, nas oeen accented ject they, may happen to be interested j gllOTer and Tom Scarle_ [-The date of their meeting has not i beat him at leapfrog, no young bellared> a spiendid type of the ftrst. unofficial match to decide the was his superior at hardy sports, no one could v beat hiia swimisins', run- ning, jumping.or riding. Moran had intended a career as a jockey for himself. His parents would have none of this, so Moran had to forfeit his ambition to become a shining-light of the turf. of animal strength and a love of the outdoors, Moran; forcec? from becoming a rider, turned to boxing. Now boxing in England has its cer- tain advantages. The purses put up are not so large, but a boxer is not so ittuca looKcu down upon. He is cda- sidered human by Britons. All sorts and conditions of men box in England. Tour duke may -be a very top-notcher as a boxer, though of he will not follow that profes- sion, or, for that matter, any other profession to earn money. Has Been Boxing Ten Years Moran started as a professional box- er when a lad of 16. He is now 28, .and physical, and not altogether lacking the mental. He's a boxer for the re- ward the game brings. Moran has always been a student of boxing. He's the creator of many new methods of ringmanship. Natur- ally enough Moran likes to box. Lack- this love of the game, he'd bo nowhere today. He's one of the greatest boxers in the whole and to be one .of the greatest in the world at anything is a distinction not to be shrugged at, or passed over. championship. BOWLING AT PINCHER Bill Lang, the Australian heavy- weight champion, gave Jack Burns, of California, a bad beating before the Olympia Club, London, on Christ- mas Day. Hugh Mclntosh has offered a purse of for a fight between Owen Moran and Ad Wolgast before the Olympic Club, London. Pincher Creek, Dec. Alex. McMurdo won the tur- key given as a special prize for the highest average of ten games of ten pins at the Ar- cade bowling alleys, making an average of 219 7-10. K. P. Stewart was a close second with an average of 215. t President Prank Navin of the Tigers says that he can not see the Athletics for the season of 1911. Plank and Bender are about through, according to the estimate of the Tiger magnate, and the Detroit team will again back on top next fall. ;