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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHimiDGE DAILY HERALD February 1. t NUMEROUS PRIZES FOR THE LOCAL BONSPIEL HOW TORONTO TEAM WON WORLDS TITLE Baseball THE BALL PLAYER Hockey Hockey SPORTECG GOODS LOOK LIKE CHANCE SOMETIMES THE' VETERANS MORE SERVICE THAN THE CALLOUS YOUNGSTERS When a ball player passes Uie 30- year mark, a public with a treacher- ous memory.- Is certain to regard that unfortunate as reaching the age of baseball senility. "Exterminate the veterans and is. the winter cry of the partisans of .teanis .whlch.-have been unsuccessful In the previous season. In a .way It is true; in another way KnVabaolutely wrong. Ten? many de- clining players arc bad for a team; j too many "callow youths are worse, j The so-called old man has his place; a -team. The. practiced veteran, baa felt the fire of many cam- paigns and "who has. faced every one the- hundreds of tests, problems and cries that ten years or more of fast- Ufa are sure to give him, gets an Indefinable poise, confidence and strength of character as a result of NO sur- HOCKEY IX Rinks Will Be Here Tomorrow THE STATES MADE IT THREE WINS AND LOSS BY BEATING THE LAWYERS The Lawyers sprung a huge prise last night in thc city hockey ,jjau gamet js taking the place in league! Their, playing was a revela-'ter in the States that baseball holds AMERICAN PAPERS SAY CANA DIAN GAME WILL BE RJVAL TO DIAMOND SPORT American papers, of today are pre- Football ln summer. tion.. The Sporting "Goods were ex-{ They are also agreed that it will not pecting a walk-away, but the 3-o score lMg befcrfi ft wm bo0ming ac Taber, Madeod, Granum, Cranbrook and Fernie Will be Represented at Lethbridge Bonspiel Two rinks from Taber, the same value 58..Presenu-d by Messrs. McKcl number from Naclcod. Granum ani vie and M'cGuire.; one each from Cranbrook and Feruie OPEN COMPETITION will, compete in the Let abridge BOR- pirst gold lockets, val- spiel which commences tomorrow be- ue 540. Presented by the Lethbridge jug eight in all. There will .be a Brewing ilaltiiie; Co. The football play.-jvs :mii those in fooihaU will meet in the Caledonian Hall tomorrow evening at o'clock. The Ring McFARLAND'S MANNERS HAVE PUT HIM IN GOOD WITH NEW YORK SPORTS Lacrosse at half-time made the league the border. The Buffalo Courier 'number of local riuks to wnpete with; Second Four pairs of boots. ts-ke notice that the tail-aiders wetejeven remarks that today there is as' the u --'fao.! 'much rivalry :vmong the pros, in Can- tov opponents worthy 01 their steel, in opponents that game at least. thej Sporting Goods were cot to be balk-j visitors. Should the outside value j20. Presented bv the Hudson's towns send ricks than they have gay npatley Companies. j Third Prir I New York, Jan. 30, atos after he had knocked out Goodman at Palrmoht JL C., other Packer McPariaatf, Vunc- led up in tweatera and heavy ctothta, wais on bis way to a Bronx where "he had ettabliibed tiulhlnt quarters. Ho ran every step of- the way, -too, and burit into the dining WANT J OS j room all Yet In spite of THERE'S COIN IN IT, SO MANY ada as the ball stars iu the States. reckoned to there will be no trouble pairs Of sliooers, I Montreal. Jan. Is announced that he coTtred-more The Detroit Free Press has the fol-; jn. finding local rints to compete with raJue 510: Presented bv W. J. Nelson eenil-crflcially, ed in their league championship pirations, and pulled out victorious by 5-3. Six men a side were-in line. to say: "Hockey in-the-.future is evidently assume the ia the second session j in winter- thein. that .brought forward 'the friends have j he out of breath and names of four Promptly devoured a gquare Uie 13 CVIUCLH-1> r I'll JUliiCi nCUHCluvU position amonk' Spccial- 3ie Pme-Four bottles oF Ml- positlou ol pftldp or> iat baseball oc- niade to coaler visitinij curlers to and marnocSr, vake SG.OO. Presented by preside This to from hotels. C. Pagnuello. jthe National Lacrosse unloa In loiher gentlemen 'as being [cupies m the summer. I be inevitable; The careful observer' The merchants oi the city fcavc coa- 'ftjwbo has watched the history of bock-' tributed svacrouslv towards the prire 1 Sporting Goods were minus a couple i ey can only-see this end. Ic has been list, for whic-h the of their regulars, McGillis and Dixon. The win last hkhf rhe Sport- learned by experience ihac such a con- tjoa expresses jr.uch dition cannot be arrived at in a. jump. are It takes- time and patience, but not ___t_ ,r many years are sbin? to elapse this: experience. being unable to appear: It's -this, 'finesse thac distinguishes :fcini'from the undeveloped type, and it jno. Goods a on-the cham- Canadian "game is going to to the that this pionship 01- the" city league, and American same every 71 -is transmitted younger j confitieDt. thal. "lhey will not be players about Wm. headed off bv the are Connie Mack last season woa the A most cherished trophy In baseball ninmne fl close second. Slackens and Associa- raiitudc.- The with the pros POINTS COMPETITION Open to All Curlers what Ident of addi- tion to Messrs. St. Pore and Lally. 1 These gentlemen are: Mr. W. P. I f, t Lunny, for years secretary of the i First Prize Cut glass decanter, nno hrahliM, i everything points to Us success. j 6( and events -are giveaj Rv Stau'ord-Agnew Co. The prizes herewitn t virtually a team, of youngsters. The word "virtually" is a. qualifica- tion intended to show that it was not .entirely a young team. two. able TeLertns on -the-victorious club who. deserve no of.the for.what- the v team In the in- field; -Dan Murphy in the outfield. It. was; Davis' experience and ity that brought such jood ball-out of the. i Barry and Murphy performed the same "lervke lor his running mates ia the ".outfield. championship teams "the -past and you won''i see an ali- yoiing team or an all-old Mam, but a of the two. Hick-Sehi will come together tomor- row night and next Tuesday the iimk ers and Sporting Goods will hook up. :fX A victory7'on. this occasion for Bankers will place item on an even basis with the leaders with three ivins QtlavrTiS' and a loss apiece. It will be the cru- Lawver's cial game oi the season -arid, should CITY LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost .Shamrocks and one of the bralutcst value S25. By E. A. jeweller. !jacrosse pollucians ever In harness; Second glass bowl, value Tom Carlind. player and cap-lain jof the renowned Montrealera and at dressing gown, tjrae president of the Montreal la- crosse club, who has a lacrosse ex- Iperience that started In Cornwall, and I Mr. Wm. Fllzglbbon, tor years preai- jdent of the Cornwall Lacrosse club. i' It was announced yesterday af- Sporting Goods 3 i ue By McLeod Bros. Fourth glass ALL COMERS' COMPETITION value By Lethbridge Hotel- First Prize Four pieces of cut .-Filth celery tray glass, ratu? 10. Presented by Messrs. 1 value Uy Lcthbridgo Motel. F. C. Lowes Co. I Sixth' glass cream ant )0 more -lo either at Second silver value 55. By Lethbridge Hotel. geatiemen than upon the first "Ioa. and that acr forks, value J25. Predated ij Seventh of military hairjtwo proposed, although Ed. 3t Pere Joe Lafly--would'undoubtedly prove first class man for the position. _ Third Fouupipes, value Eighth .of .sleeve Unis, j Therefore. It Ia not altogether certain tends" well Lethbridic- Hotel ar.d Hard- brushes, value. 55. By ware Co. Cope. by R. J. Armstrong. A.-i> i Fourth Cloves, i More p'riics are yet to be added. that the appoln-lee will be a .Montreal man. ST. iICHAEL'S COLLEGE HOCKEY TEAM St Michael's College hockey team, champions of Canada and aspiring champicas of America, left Sunday on worth ot.the so-called old play-jthe 'five-twenty train sot be underestimated in the j demands of the fans for- AMERICAN TOUR OF AMATEUR CHAMHONS OF WORLD party was in charge oi Rev. Clnb, the bone and of a team. 11 Aili. -t 4 ".tt, young really A-happy ve too, pull- Jug out ot union Station. Ail oi tis looked forward with eagerness of youngsters to seeing the "Bis'City" mr. mantled in its Christmas garb. The j; nin down fairly bubbled over with all seeied.filled the I i. mas spirit and bent on having as much pleasure possible. KING GEORGE SANCTIONS RACE MONTREAL JOCKEY CLUB GETS PERMISSION TO RUN i KUNG'S PLATE -The official, if iormai, consent King-George to running of annual Kind's Plate has been received on. i twice In as many "minutes and game Is over. the bed and asleep in prominent sportinf men who bad eeen McKarland a to Goodmau'a aipiratlout .waited pa- tiently at a big cttie not far from the Fairmont arena to concr'atuiaU the great Chicago boxer. They wanted to shake hjm by the hand and crack num- erous cold bottlee. In dfinkinj bla heaith.vjn accordance with time-hon- ored But it was evident that they did not know, McFarland Inti- mately, for if they did they would not havo waited a moment. McFar-land, unlike many star pu'glllati 'who been spoiled by asaociatioa with gay doesn't believe In leaving the straight and narrow path. He that physical condition and robust Health mean everything in his pr'ofts- aa he can re- main at the head of it will be to raXe in the Packey has been making plenty of money out of the boxlnf fame, and In- wben be forced to retire from the That U why he taking 'auch excellent care of himself and turns away from thc white lights when he-'has'a itring jof important eniagemsnta tabooed by him. Thoso who regard pagiliits M rengli _and uncut would be agrwablr prised If they could meet and talk with' .this clever Outside of I the ring he doesn't look or a ever seen. stick handling "Their j shooting is Stsch were the comments we heard on the side! Unes during the icrermlssior By H. B. -BELJSLE in hledc or ld The band stnick up "The Ma- ple Leaf Forc-ver." To be a's-.rariger m z. strange land and to hear the gcad oM uiao makes a fellotv feei a thrill '.oi exultation and These BostonSans are a shifty bunch i fighter. Ke is splendidly .built, aai have learned the well and i an face, with perfect testti, la-tee seccsd half, our Isds out-: classed the New- Champions at j every atsge of the same. They only! scored- one goal, but the puck Tery] r seldom travelled past centre Ice. Itlmer an-over ice noose Is a true, of was only the gilt edge Tsrork oi Mills. 1 the "ilercury Footers'1 goal keeper! The scene We are on ou The game started. The ulue-shirted lads couldn't set staned. Their skates wculdrs'l bold, the pucX wouldn't slide: t The size of the 5ce spoiled the accur- ihootias. Twice :ho Bos- are in the piuk of condition. They on- sparkling eyes and a crop of fine hair. ly need a things to mate thorn a If he up against a fellow real good team. juaes cuss he nothing, but jgett-away at' soon as he'can, for the The Caaadsan Club of Boston, proud j of iR uibooed with of the the boys had acquitted McFarland baB a atniable and never gets Into thcraaelves, banquetted us in their ciub rcorcs on the follo'-ring day. There or quiet and ther .czprcswd in words the pride TVe landed in "Gotham1: Mondav double figure variety. They banQuat- through the States of Massachusetts morning. Like-the proverbialcountry! cs in princely fashion alter the- and Connecticut we find ourselves an-' seeing tlie itecca of America the first time, we stood t j I unassuming, and bellevei In they felt and complimented the wear., H< .thtft ?nofr S3 c srort, BI well ai a profeasion, and Is constantly trying .to Improve his -standing In the profession. In ring and as they gazed. knowa how Wt tempw, grew that one small bey he Doesn't believe In an op- ponent when it doiro 4o Inflict- did that into the Boston Station in ing punishment. tnat prevented the score bein? of the road to Bcrston. After a sis-ho.fir ran j on. 3d. The gong sounded. T" ice for the were looking a 1 wide open and looked up ia wonder-1 procession oi automobiles 5-20 and "e "When l "DeSan aaid Mc- ment at the gigantic buildings lining {snort mg rolled up to hotel. Vve orer to me nek a Hale early to for aadsesn them pull manj yesterday. iidn't know vr-ejclamoeredm and were hissed otf at around. of. ih jhe; Spratt, cover point, and much about aeUntifld bozlng, hgntning speeo, down River-side Thj3 ScstOQ arena ia CGe Iargest jPermission la oven On they come w Dnvewhicnzis-zagsus path the j the world. It has an ire surface assin' of grini detertnScation banks of the Hudson river, bv IQ and -s siaruped on tne counienaace of Central Park to Broadway; Tho i eacti. Jerry LaFlarame nets the ftrat, the paved -streets, on either side. hustled, our -basguge to the hotel "Cumberland" on: the comer oi Broad- way and Su and set out to see the city. .We rode on the surface cars, on the Subway and on the Elevated, and the by the Montreal Jockey club. Prastice was called for sis thiny Secretary Xorthey, ol the Montreal at the Sc. Nicholas Rink. Here the VJocHey'club, received the foil owing-boys had their first experience on ar- letter "from Lord Carrington, the keep ;tificial. ice The only difference is thai the skates do not noid so well tr oi his majesty's purse tjm ft is faarder to teep Buckingham Palace.. from roiling. .have it in command to sayj We went down Broadway that nigh thai the k'ing graciously pleased a Httle dubious as to wheth- straight through we sped aero to the Crescec: tb rough the ihe'station he walked.' The lad- filled to the! The.coys were going m tneir old-time 6ralled at bim: he saiiled back. Tirnr -S-a< nnlv on John back the sign j I knocked out a lot of fellows, bttt "Danger." You have to see John I bocaine convinced that cleTrer- appreciste .him. HB just weighs 300 j ness was I de.roted (pounds c.nd ntanda six feet. Up and much time to the study ot Klantiflc ring taorics, and gradually M .proficient" that todoy I bellere I can A little outpoint any lightweight seeing j Boxing is sport, and every merriment man should learn thie art. It his haL _. _____ _ ____ 'under the rasp niake one grand and walked on. A brake t man on their tatl incoming train waved his Ian-tern tbe score. spent. Su Michael's score held, during his majesty's pleasure, jv.'ay" measure up to especta- the" Blue Bonnets course. 1 tions. It was troly wonderful'; Siy-l io be known as thc King's Plate of riads of sips brilliantly lighted and 1he province ot Quebec, and further jffshioned in fantastic cas: their waite glare on thc paved streets that his imjesty will DC pleased ug. These Americans surely The Orange Fete, Scene From Stubborn Cinderella thc health and b.uilds up tution.- It develops moral courage and one for trouble of any kind. I do not favor brutality, and am always at him. Again he bowed. Ke thought anxious to hare a referee stop a bout ho was making a bit. Pete then gent-'when 1 have a man clearly beaten. give fifty guineas to the owner of the (Signed) I am, sir, Your obedient servant. CARRINGTON. learned the an of turning rJghc into day. The restaurants, theatres and saloons were packed with the pleas- ure-loving throng. The street itself was literally lined with cabs, automo- cf his majesty's privy purse.-.biles and In fact, every conceivable issue of the racing of surface transportation. Se- ihio rehalf of the king. The en: Michaels have many a loyal supporter} 'garments relate to the ,thjs York town Old fc _ from all over the state and October meeting Batn, we_e not feVi ffere there checr. spring, lustily for the blue shirted lads Park, Whitsun Newbary j ropresentirtg their Alma-Mater, r and Sa-down Park first sum-1 Tne rin-5- The two cc--c also Tilc ?uck ls be- i iwecis the sticks and the g3mc is on, 1 .....several important on thc of for-ere .races, to be decided in 1912 depends Chanipiocship Q-; Ax.eri-j 1913. 'C3- this and more.: .to-the plans already cx. 4 _t for: this, season, the king and ruccr. j organization "ia tho world, are bt present at Epsom races at stake, rp and