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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTII BRIDGE DAILY HFKALI) Thursday, Dmrniber MUNROE WAS NO MATCH FOR THE MIGHTY GOTCH British'Champion Thrown on His'Back in Short Order by World's Title Holder-Gotch the Mat for Ever Quits fitot fall by geUini; a half uelnoii, .was raising Muiiron high in the. ui'r. Gotch brought thu RusUsh- Kansas Dec. Goti'h. world's chumpiou wrestler, defeated A! Miihroe, the Kuulish champion in straight falls hero tonight. The tlrsi uiiui i2own lo the mat and affixing lhe fall came in III minutes iind-tlu: sec-j crotch hold edsMy gained the fall in ond in S minutes u seconds, each wjihliwplve minutes flat. a half nelson and crotch-hold.1 j The. second wits easier. AVheii Cave Porteus, referee, pan IK! j the still adhering io the the Towan twice on tho buck to signify j successful hold of the first mil. The that he had won, Gotch came over to lime was tjlght minute and flva SPC- the ropes above the press -box amljontls. smilingly said to the newspaper men; j Oi' his retirement Gotc.h said after 1 am done. This was my last i the match: "There was a certain on the mat." JLrook of poetic tradition that raniii-) As he jumped over the ropee. Gotch led on forever, but human flesh does! threw his bath robe, which he has not wear HS well sts water. I feol that! worn in every contest since.the nisht of April 190S, when he. won the championship of the world from Oeo. Haokenachmidi, in Chicago, to Jim Atbeil. hit trainer. "KMp this to remember me Gotch. H was the easiest match Gotch has had for several years. The ;Ensliihraan displayed -but.scant feuow- Itidge of the same and Gotch, it seem- ed to the spectators, merely played him. The champion secured the was completely outclassed." Rules Governing Amateur Hockey in This Province flic- last nifiiMlui; of the A.A.I-J.A. jAlbtti'lit Aniutotir lloukoy Uiaguu, that executive, hold In Itocl Doer on ln A. A. II. A. bq forbidden bir 1C, II. was. decided not to no to tlu> 7 Hayere. taking pnrt In any Hie leiiyuo s oxptjiue.of I Union ami "bylaws reprinted this lo tho Incomplete manner In which ii is drawn up at prenunl. A appointed by tho presi- dent to draw up it thoroughly rovUed constM.uUon, 'to he KiiUmlUod to the delegates the next amuiitl meeting" lof'iho A.A.H.A. In tho imorim the fol- lowing more Importunl clauses In the constitution are stvon out: The Residence Clause. No player shall piny with any team in the Albert Amateur Hockey Associ- ation unless he has been a resident of i lie town or city iu which -the afore' games are under Ihu liun. and cannot pnrtlolpnto in iiriy A.A.H.A. mulch. Home and'Home Matcrjei. Whou the and Jioiu'o matches lire played In tlic mime clly or town, the homo dub in lo pro- said team is located from November I. ceedw of (be saty. Travelling Exptnui. The ojpeuses of (bo travollliu; club alml'l he llxed lit tlio i-ato of ten come j per mile roi1 any way for night men, whloli e.vpetiilllure mum bu gnnrnn'eed Had paid by the home club. Lcnuue Fueq for clubs are ton uayahlt) before the fli'st game of the seusdii. The clubs cannot on- ifcft unty ikV" -htnea merits of iTHEWATCROfOJMUrf I CIMIdoet yoM food u gobd toibink. PAONUELO WlliE- SPIRIT CO. LOCAL DEALERS AUTO RACING IS SURELY DOOMED of the hoc-key your, leges shall be cxenif Completion of District WANING PUBLIC INTKHIST AND Mhools mill' a .gamu before they piiWi.i USELESSNESS OF DEMON- I'rom (his clause, iiielr fees. Knlnuic tot. STHATINO SPEED mlmissioifof new clubs 13 (lye ilollurs'i .ISuali division 'of (he provincial euglle filiall be royuired to aVrange its iclietllile BO'tis to decide' tho'divisional on or before the first of Defaulted Games. Shouttl H club ill-op out of .t be leayWi [luring the season, all such .defaulting club by clubs be cancelled. Any club intemlillK to ll'ifuliii Ji ,atch rausl send to lhe secretary of the opposing club, and also to lhe see-ifillU retary of the aseooliuiou, u-t least, three Teanw who have missed only one year for any I-CHBOH will still be considered members of the' association, and nro not for nnolhai- entrance fee. Amateur Cards. In addition to tilling ill 'tlio rogitlra- libii bliiulffi. as by tllu league sanies played ancvolary, to be registered tin other by the latter, players'must pro- Ivido tUeraaelvw with amateur cards from the.Alberta Ataatisur Athletic Un- ion." No player can participate In a :h without an amateur card, fsfotetti New York, Dec: 'public inlerosi, the tiaelewneas of .demonstra- ting how fast cars can travel and the needless waste of bnmiin life are fattc putting automobile racing' in the dlM- ,tavs-'clear notice, exclusive of the day ami all evidence in EKPPOW u duplicate and or secretary of which the match was to have been before .in my career, and I want to UK? next best. "Kngland tor Gotch Has Had Shoulders Put to Mat a Few Times TWO SHEETS OF CURLING ICE READY FOR TONIGHT 'When diilUTii'ts: bi Aliolit. tin ,ml leniav afternoon ami up opposing club, in addition-to. the mi eauo already provided for, u sum set of rules lo govern the'came here weeks of the ,lito arranged for the association ,should the BMK.U ve match, be struck the member.hlt, whose dsctaipni shall be diwl m roll of the A.A.11.AT- II. ib'o case of {tbe protest. A copy of notes! home and home' games between the and evidence, must be to iho two clubs, the c'.nb accepting and play-1 protested club within ing the hoiiie games on its own Ice' shall in the case of default of the re- turn jarne on Ha oi.'poiicuis' ice pay covfltlle ex- many people an; under tin1 1 is'illi George (lacbeiiiiclimiilt :at C'lii-JAnil biv.iiig frost a.nd cranrcticli canld. 1 o go barn door j.thls .sensou. They will he printed in its lirat -game. Permiision for Exhibition Garnet. to tile playars ininiedlate- lv. A -few of the important require- n.ents are that the colors of Frank cago in IHtifi the Russian quit after j Drive1. roofs around', the inglr, Gotch'wtrc wver lowered. That is aml :1 strenuous JThvn to loch Uw-ciirlcrs hie, twcestlius. Thus it is Iraid to umlei- not a fact, actpniing to ,ne leioins. iriowing on th-. tec mirth and plw, piayrrs arc t-liyble for competition. Imlsaton tee No player who has received a cer- tificate from the association. sbal! play Their hearts j.s light 's feaiiier. .Membership Fee niuit be paid beforu 'in any exhibition miitnh where mi ad- is charged, imleBS as a Early iii bis career the champion was; the occasion at their last contest at; In catild, cauld, frosty weather. i point will be taken off the clul1! with .'f dcfeatvd by Dan .Macleod anil Farnier' t'htcago, Labor Day. Hums. .Tom Jenkins threw'him at, MrNKOK A SCOTCHMAN" -signed unless bis so playing rink tor the lirst ten luiulitrs The nurin vine a ously sanctioned 05 ibe a; {jeliiuiiiuncy, after the said match. club pro- .thirty-six hours to file" a. defence, and evidence the gue sfirot'ary. which must be doBosit of to be orfeited to the association should the llow the protest. A copy of sent to the .0 tho said e defence nntJt also be i destine club.'..' A reply ti defence may !be .entered by the. pro- testins clnbl provided a copy thereof Is served upo.' 'he protestofl club at ieabt twelve hours, before tbe time tiled foi heaving, the protest by tho executne Each of llio.iclulis interested may-be iiitcd.at the hearing of the pro- card. For three years 'aiiondance nl Uio big races tins steadily tiecrfavetl.' The recent running of the Vaudorbllt cup race at Savannah despite the fact that, phenomenal ipeeil wan attained hy the cars, was not an unqualified and today Alfred Reovei, for- mer member of the Vanderbiit Cup Commission and the board of the Arssrican Automobile predicted thai about one more run- ning" will tmd that .classic. "It Is not to lib laid lir. Reeves, "that the Vanderhiit trophy did a lot for the automobile Industry. It lias -accomplished all that Wni. K. Vanderbiit set out to do when he of- fered the .trophy, proving that America can produce the best cars and nerviest drivers in the world. When the run- ning of this race., the forslpt drivers notably those of France were leading .the earth in speed, for the last [our1 years American can and Am- erican drivers havo.hoen in front, and it was just, this that Mr. Vanderbtlt wanted to prove. This accomplished, the usefulness of the race is'past, and 1 am convinved that there will not be more than one more running; of though I know of no ojncial attempt to end it. i- i i .-A ii it'n i .uin aim icts-i 'i fs i- L-Auiuinf also decided to oil'sr nut .sticcceilcn tu pinning tus man on- numerous latin1 s on the athletic i inmii rfii, i thrmv i, ili'tit .Jnlinfl.in will Hie nrst real a gold button to he competed for 1} twice In he failed, to thton in-ld. c is uiobah v a slrous-ei man 'i i. i TI Zbysrto in an hour ntnl'Iost tile bout! than' fiolci, and better lhe.; vmner In ISln he met itouhl. linf the American at Chicago and put the Pole to, tlir; steins. tu lie in a class by himself in mat in (if seconds. j rhe scicncv ni llic mat; against which One of his greatest matches beef anil bone avail but little. RAYMOND BOWLERS PLAY HERE MONDAY will ctymiieruT, in all probability, on sluii lie entitled to hold badge Tuesday. An iniporiant 'factor in ol merit- Until the niiliilicr of poinis starting is the necessity oi wliich "actiuirerl liim the button is I the skips rinks at an rai-' lieairn. j Iv date so that draws may be Tile number of cuileis. iias swollen j made satisfactorily. Secictaiy Hugh i to gre.it proportions over last vrarV, Hn.wn will rrcefve names over theitlic furling association, tub, is a phone at .Slaffonl-Afiiew's Morr orinnich lielter organized institution ami in the rvrnrags nt thr rink. e.vceUeni season of curling is nn- The return match between .Jtay-iand the Kaymdndlfes will Imve to moml'and Jjethbridge bowlers-. to retain their lead. 'take Place on New Years Dav at the Tnc Wi1! staTt at to allow the visitors to get back on nonunion alleys. Last the lhe 3r-tCTnoon tralll. The o Vo UC v locals visited Haymonu and were tak- ,llley ,eam wil, be of th. JUHNbUlM bAYS HE WAS A GREATER' CALGARY PLAYER OFF TO OTTAWA GIANTS BACK FROM CUBA Business Manager Bancroft Pleacecf Over Red! Securina O'Day Ken- Orleans, Dec. of HILDRETH LEADS AMERICAN OWNERS N'e.w forfe, Uec. 27.--S., C..HildreUl, again leads the list of winning OWJKMi, In the Jockey club's list 'of prizes taken season of rtll. The curtailment of the sport is snfnclentl) Indicated hy tho fact. tUat Hildretus hhould ail he in hy tomorrow night, j iicipated hy (h Tlie cvccHLive rcwiimtlce met yrs-'roarin' game Iipre. the Now, York Giunts iiuve returned jotaj eavninu3 are only ihcto this country from Cuban ests eudiitd tiflinp by the town team "by -.nearly two hundritd pina, hut on 1 the locals expect to turn the tables. "Everything is in their favor, following players: .rohnston XVallBcei M our Da vies and CJreen or Evans; He on hand to-seu the exclie- i Cuban conqii' irds and gold. I of the ao.nad, including Fletcher, 'De- Paillette, Becker, Crandnll, Wil- son ami "Mike" Donliu, passed through anl T on is in second laden with good records and gold. Half while August Belmont, chair- man of the Jockey club rolled'up a ATTRACTION THAN KING IN LONDON i s ___ '___________ I Fletcher, Crandall. Becker, and Pan, otte were accompanied by iheir wives, .lack Johnson doesn't think much ofjto me and Tells me I must get in my I London, England. Johnson is at pre- .to UPKISH I spending the holidays. Sneaking of ri ,u: ,tlie smoky city he said: j "London. The dirtiest-town I ever [did see." said Mr. Johnson r and move 'on. lint the law says I can leave my car out there for said. 'Tha all i do arreyl not move on T shall have hear one of "em cause, says the hobble, 'yon'Uhave all I calls1, "i and Lord I.olKdale couldn't "lo lleopl.c at aml "oboa.v Bet on there at all, either." "'a'' King Jhimiel he found ever so much i sir. Von were :l t-e- i dale. And once he almost ran into, ..Dul i. -ainegie. all v "One day .1 passed him lobby a young mail old. Only Cook of the hotel. Ho.was busy at the Chicago, has it beaten." and I was busier, I didn't stop. Hut I was pointed out "fo him." Mmem says fnnctioiv.; in Pflris. IJjincca? W'.ijr. t.-ne nigh', ar tbe Cafe tleropera (ca "Ootibt.less you mef..the king." "No, I didn't meet tbe Mr. Lope-hurry, it's pronounced, Johnson again admitted. "The fact Johnson) he daucwl the turkey I playing ngalnat Ihe king most of trot and- I ho grizzly bear from mid- Kino. When we both were Allrl ..i-alii at ..Max- the same jfjreet, I'd always pull j bigger cim-d than the klncanfriKnes.s o Mr cricti sonic sore about, it. The bobbies I ..x._....._ cuuing were .tiwi lo prove how jwilotis tiie king was Mr. Johnson told or om> trip ho made In -his car to pick up Jlr.s. .Jolin- Boii, who was at'hor modisto'g. And ng.iin Mr. JnlniKon'fi HcercHary and valet were eiUIetl lipon to. (irovc his assertion. "1 cllnilied out of my car in front of the man ex- piHined. "JuH abotiL the 'Li'iie were expecting tho king to ride iloug wis.'lho place, king wail rirtin' in style, that a Frldiy (Iry- nUI Ptliice, "Tint's CryiUl Palace, flyrtw 11 MID sir, Syd'n'ui, air." Cngllth "Bobble" "Anil In in alarm. "Vou've hecn cuUint; loose. Xaughty, Papa wiiip." at all. Xot at smiled Mr. Johnson. "Last I woiglied 233 jKiimd's 10 quucos, Ko inoro Tat loft on Jack Johnson. 1 'wpigli twelve jwiinds less 'than when 1 met Jeffries. I'm ready to; fight right For any one who will give mo my win, lose, or draw." Cigars, Conftctltntry Dominion ing Alley Down Oomfnlon ploeki 9p- Court HOUM F.' C. Bancroft, business manager ot the Learn while in Cuba, spent Friday tho city and oilier half of the squar fncludlnk. Christy Math- cwton and John J. McGniw, the Giants returned to York dir- ect from Havana. _ "Tho. New Yorks made a 1-citer showing than die Athletics in Cuba last dechired 'Bamiy.' ".McGraw's pelpijle_-won niiie out or twelve' games played during the four weeks' stay, and receipts ran higher than J30.000. Our share was' about inchuHng expenses aiid trana- Ijortation, so that it wilMxi aecn -ilie Oiibnha reulixe quite a bit of profit for the venture." Mr. Bancroft expressed pleasure iu fact that the veteran umpire ftnd old baseball player, Hank O'Day, will lead the Ciiicinnati Reds ilurlng the coming season. 'thouglit highly of Griffith, but'admitted that. O'Day might] discipline and more out of the play- j al Ottawa, pec. Ottawa club wired yesterday, After- noon to Eddie Kins, the Calgarjr for- and King is-undenitood left laat night, Jie. .'.'Monday and will jirobably -bo tried out In next week's match against Quebec. It is probable therc.-wi.il no cr than four ohalloncM. The will come up to play for it for the, first also the Port Arthur twm, if it wins the Northern Ontario League championship The British Columbia. TslnnerB come down, if pottible, also the f te-s'-s woposed Saskatchewan eeriw. M, KOBB to Challenges but It id Hktfr list will be accepted. Cup at the close of Maritime' ProvinceR caaroplons th. By Special Appointment Ta Kind AlphooM XIII Jas. Buchanan Co. Ltd. Scotch Whisky Diitiilerfl "I don't know exactly where Hetis will train next, spring." i 'InU I think It will San Antonio. Hot Springs wus are. old s-tampiiifl ground, there will be three major league chibi; training there next spring we are perfectly .willing to make room Tor them. There'are few voter- JIIIH on our (cam -ihat renuirc "boiling" and 'hasting' nnd nfte'r the work at yan Antonio we will bike back home immediately and play some exhibition fames with American league teams. Xo, we won't any exhibitioning in tho .SHEFFIELD BEAT PRESTON London, Unitccf beat Preston North End by four soala to (wp iii ft hrnt league fooiMJi XHUIC BLACK AND WHITE AlfD BUCHANAN'S To bf deaUra P. Atari to Torwto ;