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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD Pafce 6. Athletics DECOTEATJ HOME ARRIVES IN EDMONTON WITH .HERALD TROPHY Dec. Journal) the Herald trophy which he won easiiy'on Christmas Day, Alex. Decoteau blew into Edmonton from the southern -city yesterday. Decoteau is looking fresh as a daisy and, the lifctle stunt he pulled off in Calgary, hasn't enlarged his cranium in. the least He will -continue to train faithfully and when any other alluring race looms up he will be out for the laurels. "I knew from .tee bark of the ar- tillery that I could win the race a explained Decoteau. "I felt better in my life. -I was in ex- cellent shape and when I first gallop- ed ahead I fully, intended to hold the pace and win the race. I knew I .could beat Slecklenberg. I had that "much confidence in my own ability. But I can truthfully say I was rather afraid ,of the fellows from the coast" Decoteau is a runner of no small ability and he should be looked after "'carefully. In those big races in ths east next year is where Decoteau should enter and undoubtedly the Etifiiozuon colors would play a big part. THE HERALD'S TWO KOBE MAJOR-LEAGUES ZBYSZKO ACCEPTS AND AMERICAN SOCIATION TO GET IN CIRCLE Cincinnati. Ohio, Dec. 30. will realize its ambition ana be a ma- jor league baseball city -within twelve months. Four major league will be in oper-j INDIANS TO BACE iflMMY GEORGE, THE CANADIAN CRACK, TO MEET THE UNITED j STATES CHAMPION, TEM- ANINA, AT BALTIMORE h SHORTLY Baltimore, Dec. the efforts of the'Canadian society of Maryland atioa in 1912. Secret agents, the- same men em- csssfulty in the Fletcher third league increment, report that the Baster-n and the American Association, will cast aside minor! league shakles and will fight for re-j classification. They have oft'ically no-! tified the National Commission that! they will demand the same drafting j privileges .as" the American National rather than. iq.uitoas Once granted the of Shover the Feature of Match Last Night Davies-Smdair 'Team Won POLE GRABS GOTCH'S PLANS TO WRESTLE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP New York, Dec: H. Herman, Zbyszko, the Polish wrestler, posted here tonight as a guarantee that his man will meet Frank Gotch, the world's champion. Herman's agreement accompanies his forfeit. It says: "Replj-ing to the published chal- Jenge from Frank Qbtch to meet any wrestler in the 'world for a side bet and the best purse obtain- able, winner to take all, I hereby ac- __...... they OB of Zbyszko. The only 1 could play hockey here this af- stipulation. I make is that the side bet ternoon or not, the game was called off by the loca! club. In- sufficient" time> in which to ad- NO GAME TODAY Winter Sports are on be instead of the sug- sested by'Goteh. I hereby post 11000 to bind my agreement and as a guar- and sporting goods for cold weather will be what youll want Our atock replete with anything and everything you can ask for and goods of all kinds are Al quality, the btst THOSE NEW IPUNOMTNQ IAQS we show would be enried by a Corbrtt or a Fitasimmons. Ererytlilnf we now show in the sporting line is of superior make and sold at lowest trices. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. Phono 1032 412 Fifth 8t South vertise the game, and the of good faith, the balance of same drafting' league bowlers, privileges and -the Eastern will be in; Scarle and Shover. The former team fact .a major league. jwere the victors. balL CUB are successful, Baltimoreans will have a chance to 'witness a race between -two of the world's amateur long-dis- tance George, of western Ontario, the champion Mar- athon runner of'Canada, and Tem- anina, the Indian runner, who is con- te best in the United the two who have been se- lected- to contest for the amateur .world's championship. From. past-performances the odds seem to favor George, as he has made the. 15 miles, "which is the distance set, '.in'.better time than Temanina, and holds the record for the distance. The race will the sanction of the Amateur Athletic union as both 'sire amateurs and do not -want to destroy their standing, and -conse- fluently no money prize can be rpven, .tut a. very valuable trophy has been .decided upon. The. crisis will come next October] "I A few days Davies and present working agreement ciair issued "a challenge to anv Then the Eastern will de- The totals show Davies and Sinclair by 31 pins. The score fcfiwlers in the city for a team match, i recognition as a major Itague Scarle and Shover accepted with the! .-o i on frnm '.Xnnn frtrarminrv lou Ttl. IN THE PASS or will withdraw from organized'base-; foregoing result. Sinclair.......lyO 201 175 729 The match was decided in four games, Davies being opposed to 34S 381 337 397-1473 bcarle and Sinclair to shower. Davies f carried the first game with case, the Scarle second and third by'just enough to Shover 1 win and the fourth with the h gh AT TQEQNTO BEAT QUAR- TETTE IN HAL'F TIME ALLOTTED Toronto, Dec. Hacken- schroidt, the "Russian took about half the time allotted to' dis- pose of Tom Flanagan's four grap- Ffank, Dec. Skatinz rink at Riverdale Biafc last night. Flanagan trotted out "Yankee" Rog- PRANK AND COLEMAN WILL PLAY ON NEW YEAR'S DAY TO QUIT GAME mark of 215 a-amst Scsrle'f 162. Shover and Sinclair both rolled s.} 170 157 594 ......175 1SS 256 is in pretty good condition, and patronized, by lovers The Good Old Times "Baseball isn't what it used to be out in my old said (the boy who was selling soft drinks, cigars, chewing gum and candy. "What makes think "People didn't wait till they got thirsty to buy lemon soda and sarsa- parilly.. What they were after were bofcUes -to throw at the Washington Star. Carl. Becker, of Germany, -Jack match the sport' in Fraak' Blairmore. -of New York, and a TIP-IT AT TrelanrJ Ttrne, I Ready for the Storm "I the poet "to, con- tinue to storm the citadel of your af- fections." sbc -wrote back, "but I've just succeeded in getting out of the wet by becoming engaged to a dear old man 'Who cas A Straight Tip growled the first hobo, "why didn't yer go ter dat big- iouse an' git t was agreed that BROWN DECLARE THEY ARE "'THROUGH WITH feALL ouuici LUiii Sinclair note rolled s. dawn was lor a purse or _ TTii-a-oncrMn -u strong game, Shover especially being.! Percivai and Holmes have fThe team is hard in excellent- form. The latter took the ;ed--the winners, match to take place the forthcoming league game, at i-down the four men. just first by five pins; Sinclair came back Thursday evening next. IKTEBNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Mordecai Brown and Orral Overall, the two right-handers of the! Chicago Cubs, have artnounced 'their j retirement from baseball. Brown and Overall have been spending the win- ter at Tisalia, They assert that they L-oleman on Monday nest, when an j exciting game is expected. fifty-five onds. minutes and fifty-two sec- "Why, I started replied other, a minister lookin', guy gimme a tip not ter. He sez: 'Turn from yer present -path. Ye're goin' ter de dogs.' LOCAL TEAM .FOR aLVQLEOD will and become residents of California will hereafter devote all their! THEY. WILL HOLIDAY GAME IN York, Dec. Interna- __ tkjnial skating season wUl v open in Chicago on January 17th. At a meet- Ing of the International Skating Union of America, held at the Murray Hill Hotel here tonight the following dates and championships were -International indoor championships, Chicago, January 17, National indoor championships, Cleveland, Jan- ,-uary 20, 21. National outdoor cham- pionships, Saranac Lake, January 24, 2-; time to their investments in Tulare county. Should they make good their inten- MEETABBQADL_ The local team of the dis- trict league plays a scheduled game in Macleod Monday even- New York, Dec. 30. According to a rumor which reached here from Cal-t champions, as'Brown and LETHBRIDGE, WHATHER ifornia today, Al Kaufman and Jack' PERMITTING 'came to understanding! If there is a possible chance of the meet fa rather permitting, a football uverau England or trance within BETWEEN CITY TEAM AND NORTH Ed. Putnam is lining up the men and will have them out for' practice at every conveni- have been the pitching mainstays for j months.' When Kaufman bS pUlIed in Lethbridie> I ___-j.1- -r __ _ l. "flln rtf r-li n CUBAN BALL PL A YERS AS BASE RUNNERS AND HAVE FINE ARMS ISLANDERS TAKE WONDERFUL CHANCES WITH THEIR CAN'T STAND BEING BLANK ED SN FOR TO BE SHUT OUT IS CONSIDERED A DISGRACE years, BACK NUMBEKS OLD "CY" YOUNG'S DAYS OF USE- FULNESS IN THH BIG LEAGUES ARE OVER {with Johnson while the latter the team of tiat district and a j ed for the Jeffries mill at Reno, Billy team. North Lethbridge 'Delaney, it is said, received a prom- team be composed oi: ise from the negro to fight the young California heavyweight before Macdonald, goal; R. TyToore, W- Bry- Lacrosse any- i dea, Mclilvena, Hethfield, Hutton, in which to gather easy money on the j i stage and that if Kaufman would -chal-! New York, Dec. hiia sis months ai-ter Keno j 26. .International outdoor cham-lin major league company for twenty a match would be clinched. pionships, Montreal, January 28. _ _ i Boston, Jan- SI, Eastern championships, New burg, January 21. No date was set for the internation- al figure championships, although ap- plications have been received from Boston. Cleveland and Chicago. An announcement will be given out later, j The speed skaters will all assemble In, Chicago for the initial event and from there make the round of the cir- cuit. ENGLIS I CRACK so that he can either sign with some? FINAL STATEMENT minor league or go back -to his farm. All of the American League clubs have waived claim or rather refused j Cadillac, Mich., Dec. to pay to Cleveland for the pitcherfs release, as it is generally i conceded that he has reached the end i of his career on the diamond. Youn Wolgast, lightweight champion definitelv announces tha? S TEAM COMING MAY VISIT LETHBRIDGE NEXT SUMMER IN TOURING WEST It is rumored that the New Castle Owen Moran a finish boat within six months as lour eleven 1S to Canada and will visiting Lethbridge by is more .than 42 years of age He j On as his ?h.vsicians assured j the way. They are conceded to be the began pitching for the in 1890. im his broken arm enough. strong j foremast football team in the world. j The proposed tour is booked for next- FIGHTING TAME LACBOSSE BOUGH (By Umpire Biliy Evans) Pitcher McQuIllen, the former Phil- 'adelpiiia twirler, now a member of -the Cincinnati Reds, enjoys the unique distinction of having created a feat- ure in Cuba that will probably live as long as the game thrives on the is- THAT'S HOW JAMES J. CORSETT SIZES UP THE TWO SPORTS OF GAMES AT OTTAWA While in the city of Ottawa, Ont, a few years sgo, I attended a match be- tween the Nationals of that city and the Shamrocks of Montreal, which was the deciding game of the cham- pionship series, says James J. Cor- land. McQuillan was a member of one of prefer to see their, favorite beaten by a lop-sided score of 15 to 3 than to have 'them shut out in a brilliant extra inning game by score of 1 to 0. Since they so -hate to be whitewashed, it is only natural to try to shut out opposing On the whole, the Cubans play ei- cellent base ball. Their concsptloa of inside baseball is fare better'than the average, and it is only when a shut- the first teams that invaded the is- out Is staring them in the lace that five or siz jsars ago. None of j they play -would be called bad the players could talk any Spanish, [baseball in the States. If early in and as a result they unable to converse with any of the native fans, who'were only willing to engage in a fantest It seems McQuillen was elected to pitch the opening game. As is the -custom wlili all i'ans. the Cuban rooters in their native tongue beu. "I was asked to start the sa_ne'tolfi tGe Americans what would hap- the game they happen to score a.ran. it is certain they will play the best kind of baseball during'the rest of the game, and do nothing that bord- ers on the bonehead. With a row of goose eggs to their credit, they often are guilty of some foolish baserunning in order to" avert a shutout. (I believe that's the right .and I ?en I0 them "nrhen thev lined up! This feature was well illustrated in appreciating the honor' agreed to do I against the home team. so. My part of the job was easy but jtuat is neither here nor there. When that I HORSE RACING AN EXCELLENT TEST OF SPORTSMANSHIP "There is no place where the true quality of a man's sportsmanship shows up more guickly than oa the remarked the veteran turf- man recently when good and bad los- ers, Trere being discussed. "There is figrjro which comes plainly into my memory when I think of this phase of the sport of It is that of the late William Hendrie, of Hamilton, Can., whose tall figure, clad in gray homespun, his splendid cead crowned by a square- topped hat or drab felt and his stout boots-- ers of immaculate iar for many years at Saratoga and Phi! among others say nothing of the talent at large. "The entries for the race closed be- fore the introduction of starting gate in America, and Roung Howe, who was training a filly named The Lady in Blue for the late Colonel Bill Barnes, of Kentucky, entered an ob- jection against the employment of the gate, and the stewards of the Coney Island ffockey Club instructed the starter to use a. flag in dispatch- ing the field. been covered they -were in the van of the flying field- apparently -closed after a few malcon- tents had given vent to their displeas- "Sioan attempted to fought it, and Jure in" a hiss or two the burly Lewis gave the Indiana lad tops covered by gait-1 "Sloan decided to take advantage of e canvas_Was fact and he began operations the om t. t> aiS f! and moment tbe field reached the post bv fahe-epshead Bay in this country, and whirling Doctor Eichfaexg about ?nd Xrlin ,nf _ -v breaking away wnen there wasn't the remotest chance of getting a start. "This practice he continued, despite fines and more drastic pun- the time of his life for a furlong. He was more than a match for Sloan, and Tod was glad to plead for mercy. Xear ing the bend they were ahead, but at' this point the extra exertions at the I post told on Doctor.Eicaberg, and the' j "Mr. Hendrie found Lewis The bov the uniair He'then t0 the soms after the close of gang of husky young fellows got after the ball with those gut strun sticks I was out of the way in a hurry. Fighting Is Tame Sport "And say, talk -about the blood being spilled at a boxing contest, I never saw so much claret drawn as on that afternoon in Ottawa. Every'few min- utes a player would be carried off the field, and after being" patched up a bit come back for more. There no mercifully short count of ten seconds for the crippled athletes. They had to come back aad take their the Americans were desirous of reply a game layed the other day between the Detroit team and the Almendares. the conversation line would be wasted. The Cuban fans knew McQuillen was to pitch, and of their line of talk was directed at him. Grasp- ing an imaginary bat with both hands they would swing violently, at the same time repeating the name of the ivimien was pitcmng lor tae Tigers, and he had the Cubans at his mercy. When the ninth inning rolled around only one hit and no runs had been made off his delivery. .The first man to bat In the final inning singled sharply off Mullin, the oecond hit of the day. Four runs wera needed to Cuban toam that was to play that af- j tie, and five to win, conseouently .tie temoon, They sought to convey to McQuillen the meaning that Ms curves only thing to do from a correct base ball standpoint would have been to would be batted all over the lot. jplay everything safe -and try to hit The former Philadelphia player out a victory. One, two or three rune have meant nothing to an Am- i tbe msn S approact- had officiat- to victory. as a steward that day. 'We were very sorry.' he iruio. across tne Dor- J der had made the journey to Sheep-' aave.to disqualify your horse, Mr. head Bay to see the race, and their j Joy -R-as unbounded. They nearly all i Tile Scotchman drew himself of course, never missed a day at' Toronto, where he was the presi- dent of the Ontario Jockey Club. "'He was a liberal buyer of foreign- bred stock stallions and mares, but the best horse he ever owned was the American-bred Martimas, by imported Candelmae, out of the famous San Biggonet _ -After an hour of this sort of thing, j with oniy" a few Sloan-s Mount Favored i Sloan joined the field and a start was i be "There was no fluke about aiarti-frcade, something which would have mas' winning of the futurity. The been accomplished in a few minutes favorite for that race was the machine, and the field rusli- Eichberg another, son of imported Can- VJelmas, owned by the Fleischmann Brothers, of Cincinnati. He Tvas rid- den by Todd Sioan, then in his.prime, and a worid of money vas wagered had a bet on the colt at long odds" and j w the fullest height he could corn- medicine if able to stand up. professional boxer does be- long --in that company. He would prove too slow and the sport is alto- gether too rough for some of our hot- house boys. Ask Tommy Burns about it. He has been out of commission ever since that game he played in a few racked his brain for some sort of a coiae back, and finally a brilliant idea i erican. team placed in the sasie struck him. Placing the thumb and j position, as fo.ur runs were needed to second finger of his hand together, he even tie. lonned a perfect oval. As they would hurl some phase at him, he would form the oval or cipher, repeat "the Instead of sticking close to the bag .and letting the nezt man try and hit him around, the base runner, a Terr name of the Cuban team that was to fast man, stole on the ttrit ball pitch- Catcher Stanage of Detroit di- Possibly some of mildest form the eye-onener to lovers of strenuous at'u- I won the race. I had the sports in tbe States. The peace- for your j ful purs.uk of professional pugilism is machine an 3 i money.' jlike unto professional lacrosse as the play that afternoon, and would then point to himself. His meaning was that he would shut the Cubans out. The stunt appealed to the natives, and they were quick to fathom Mc- Quillen's meaning. It since been vined his intention, called for waste ball and threw him out mile. The nest man up drew a base on. balls and he immediately tried to iteal on Stanage. The Detroit catcher called adopted as a .universal custom by the for another waste ball and the rest Amer- was easy. The next man up filed out, Hoping to avert a Cuban rooters. Any time an ican club journeys out to the ball park retiring the side. acquainted with his abil-i nowadays every Cuban fan they meet I shut out, thinking victory practically on the street forms a cipher with the j impossible, the Cubans had taken dar- :e thumb and second finger, repeats the ing chances, and were retiring without t-jname-of the Cuban team that is tola run, thereby eliminating an escel- and then points at. the chance to tie the score and pos- The American team playing on sibiy-win the game. American teams would just as soon prefer a shutout to an overwhelming islands get it thrust before them Jim Corbett, always on the alert, is hundreds of times every day they investigating Carl Morris, the Okla-play. Cubans tell me the stunt is was -a heavy threw Sloan and Lewis together, in the "Martimas' number came down Au-' with "hin-s close to before a Sundred yards had turns' went ,up, and the incident" j Ities as a special pleader he got away wea i tennnced nowadays.'' that wo.uld not be coun- homa giant, who slaughtered Marvin Hart in three rounds last week. Cor- jbett say-s he is going to put en the gloves with the former locomotive fireman and may decide