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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRBR 1914 CHAMPIONS "JOHNSON JES' TRASH" SAYS SAM lANGFORD BOSTON "TAR BABY" SAYS GEO. DIXON WAS GREATEST NEGRO FIGHTER FRED WFLSH EXPLAINS LiglnwRiglit, CUumipion I'r'.'tlily VVoIsl! isi a IHtii! bit. ))eovefl at tliose critlcw incluicil to inaUo Itght of tillp hociiuKR liH won It on ii filindp Instoad of by ;i �icl nmrgiu. �'What's a sliaile for if il isn't to ileclrjo a wini\fir'."' Welsh aSkH. "Baao!)ail games arc won fjy oiw luu as tvol! as hy ten. A Raino (if polo can b(! won by ono-(|nartei' o[ a noint. dolt inatrheti, in wliicii from I'l Ui l.'iij strokes arc made liy Ml" contoslantK, are often drt-id-od by Hiiij?le strokijs. "niHiard luatcJicx are won by Biugk'. points, and so arp, football ganies, aftnr 2" men liavi; strui;-Sliid Mki- demons for an hour. And vpry oftciii the team llial wins by the narrow niarfiin bas been out-played." ARRANGING FOR HOCKEY GAME WITH TABER T'er.Miliar wliat a hold i,he ineniofV ! o! (he. lair CicoCBC !>i:;on st-iU has up-j on the f.'oiotPd pronle. ' Tlipy'll all acluiowlcdcc 1ab was I'eler .Jackson, he was vr.ry ,a,ood. .Joe (Jan.s also wa.s E,i>od, and .Joe Walcott was some l;a>:)\ , sah. i v.-jji, some baby. ��.\nd (ieoriie Oixon - mail land,; man ! I)cah wy.s ;i lijflilah wbrst wr.s a fiKlitali. "'I'r.s, sah. I.itMc lieorffe he liad ; ere.rytbinR. No, sab, we n.^vah have anot/hnh bov like him. lie done haye L-vah SOO lights. What you think o'j that '.' What- world's fliampion yo' find IiRhtin' fiOU times nowadays "And .lack .Johnson, he's Rood, yon! forgot lo mention him," butted in a : bystander. ���^'ow yo' listen, mistah,'' came : hiiL-'i thP "Tar Baliy." "we're talkin' i about good tisrhtahs now. What we I'-i-e 'bout such trash as dis yeah The list of �championship titles in i the world of .sport establi.'itird in 1�U a.s recognized by l.'nilf.:or- ci.s (Juimet, , -National women's champion-Mrs. j BOMNC; Arnold H. .l.'((.k.son. 1 World's ligiit wi.i(;hl Walter 1 Freddie Welsh. National open champion Harold lieniisrsrin, Ibc local hockey bish impressario, is in communica-! .\. H. ("00k a ii,ame with a team puck-clia-sers and the neiir fuiure. liagen. f I Of Kiev (.'haiiipioii coHeKie team-Princeton. (.Champion amateur Iraitue - St. '� �raberanent.^^''^"^''"^^' 01 Uctiibnrtire ; v/orhl's champion eiuht-Harvard. Champion college ei!;ht-('olumhia. Champion N". .-V, .\, O, sinsle scull- 'C1h'i;�r'-.T^^!::;^,^:'!!; "^"^u. Gunboat Smith displayed unufual BportHiiinushi]) in his bout v\ith Tom fllcCarty 'last wook in New York. In the fourth round, a right lo the sent McCarty down for a tv.osccond count, llo took another count of four from a right, and Smith downed him again \vlth a similar blow. Smith re-fused to lilt him when he arose, and lilt rctvreti stoiiycd the contest. ___! (he .MuKcitntine team last year In the DiirvK.o �K,r> i Central issoriatiou, has been signed BURNS AND SMITH DRAW ; pv the Giants. His six feet of height 1-ernie, U.t... Dec v)>.-The boving.yji,, ^ liRhtning like delivery are said contest at the Grand Theatre Christ- ,,,, his best assets, imas Lve. between Kid Burns of Spok-1 M,.(iii,w also sinned up ICridie Hel-jane and Dllly Smith, a local boy, re-,! i^way from the Springfield 'J'hree-l | suited in a draw. I league club. Last year Hol'ioway made -------- i good as a fast fielder and a liard hit- Donlin Made Bad Break ter. .Mike Donlin asked President Gil- ' ----------------- more for a job with one of the Fed-i PACIFIC erai league -clubR, Raying that he could bal .350 apaingt the outlaw huil-ers. Gilmore evidently thought Donlin wa.3 trying 10 show up his pitchers and turned down the former Ciianta' caiitain. COAST LEAGUE Vancouver Portland. . Victoria.. w. L. :t D JV �> 2 2'' i) 3 STANDING I Goals I I ;.0Q� is the raaniuacturlng centre ot I'oland and is of about hiP-lir a milUoa I population. The picture shows one of its fine streets. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COIVIMERCE CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $13,500,000 The group shows young Amricans tu Oxford who have b^ea attached to 19 i the staff of Captain J. V. Ducey In notterdEia to nsslBt Belgian roUci: workers. MONEY ORDERS Issued by Tbe Canadian Baot of Cotnrnercc, are a safe, contrnnient and iaexpeuBive method of jemitling small sums of money. These Orders, payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in |( the Yukott Territory) Mid i� the principal cities of the United States, " aie iasuetl at the ioUcwing rates : SS and under ... 3 cents Over SandnotcxceedinpSIO , * ' 10 " JC . 14 " REMITTANCES ABROAD Vonl-I Ve ��de 'iiy nir.auaof our i5P3-:CIAL FOKSIGN DRAMAS aad MONBT UllDE&S. liusnedwilUoatdeUr treasossblcratcB, S3S Lethbrldge Branch-R. T. Brymner, Mgr* ;