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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta HEKATJ) hursday, Tebruary t, mi. PAPER ENGLISH LOCAL BQNSP1EL OPENING IS DELAYED RUGBY Baseball The Ring The Ring Hockey Get Here VJV'I' JL %x IS HOCKEY MAD I: CANADIAN GAME TAKING FIHM IN iALL ON SKATES Coeur D'Alene. Idaho. Feb. gone hockey The open winter, vitb. consistent freer- TACTICS DRISCOL >j. ENGLISH DISAPPROBATION FOL- LOWS'IN WAKE OF.THE BATTLE WITH Freddie Welsh, the English light- weight who recently won from Jinimle Driscoll on a foul ai Cardiff, Wales, Joe Qpersted on for before tbc Na temperature, hM made siting a. Coeur d'Alene's big, beautiful sheet ice, Lake Fernan, the sport tional Sporting club some time next years. Hockey, un- month to defend the Lord Lonsdale ier Canadian rules, haa taken a :ioid rhere, and two teams have been challenged, before he Xew Vork, Cos- ter, the. Brooklyn feather- tweiglit fighter, who recently earned a popular decision ov- er Abe Attell in.: a 10-round tight- here, -was operated on -lute Saturday night in a Brook- lyn hospital .-forv appendicitis. His condition, is said to be so'r-. sous today. Rinks From Surrounding Places Bent on A ttending Local Bonspeil Held up bu Snow Blockades The bbiispiel that- is going to pul Lethbriilge solid on the curling has been delayed through impaired .1.1 train 'service caused i iidcs. The 'spiel was booked to'commence The .committee Jully" expect to., the initial events under way late afternoon sometime, li that is {GOOD THROWING CATCHcR3 AWE CLASS FIRST BASEMEN WANTED Throwing and HILDRITM PAI0 HIM FOR ftlDIMa NOVtiTY IN THE FUTUfiJTY New York, Feb! cirrell ls first basemen are growing very scarce Shilling probably Darned more moaty For some reason the catchers lack tho jasj, year than .any., other 41i A L Lit case it i-vav iw possible to finish io-istrong throwing arms they displayed jn the world. :.The the finals otherwise may several .years ago. It may be caused in a he reoalv {run into Saturday., "forming'junior teams for afternoon games. ]J-The iras crowded -this afternoon, it that, more "than 350 skaters were on the lake. A basket ball" same' on skates is being planned. EWAS KNOCKED OUT ACCIDENT .TO HOCKEY OFFICIAL IN NEW BRUNS- WICK LEAGUE Saturday I of the champion's victory, to a fight at 140 pounds, but it is doubtful if tliis battle ever takes place. Fans Arc "Riled" "The Welsh-Driscoll battle, by ihe brought "a storm of disapproba- tion in its wake. There seeuis to be little doubt among the correspondents who saw the fight that Wvslsh had all the better of it and woufd have HUGH MclNTOSH IS DOIXG THINGS IN ENGLAND The rinks that will represent AUSTRALIAN "PSOMOTER HAS MANY BOUTS'SCHEDULED SUPPORT The delay but will at 10 -morning, but with not interfere with the'success oi iho the non-appearance oi the outside bonspiel in the slightest, rinksjhis was, ot-course, impossible. There were Iroai the Pass bridge in .tab or .Maeleod..this-.-morning, pre'ventinp; ;aco Cranbrook 'coining' down. 1 Two rinks and i Calaty arc tied' .up at Maclcofl. It is j not.--likely, that-the two B. will be able" >q, get, here for the 'spiel' the. blockade is reported so J, C. a. Dmic skip. me oetier uv n. following letter from Hugh D., j.eavv Maeleod and the other rinks in. the end had not his opponent been >McInwsh, the greatest of .all fight pro- some- disqualified. However, in the face of is at the present time re-1 are ejected m- this aiternoon, some. this, one is somewhat startled to read riving the game in-England, shows.to I time. Tabcr intended coming on Dr. Stewart. II; Brbwii. K. D. ohus t ip. by lack of the fact that the nearly fo.r his serrices from pitchers fail to appreciate 'the Import- various .of--which S. ance''of holding the base runners' close i c. Mildreth alone paid htm to first. The fact is, however, that the For riding Novelty, tht sharp line-throwing of -the stars of the Futurity at '5MMjnf 'I, df- 'past is seldom duplicated by the back- Hildreth not onlv thanked in i.v... nf time writes Tim vadous competitions baseball him for bin great Can 'any 'one imagine anything more him "'a im 1 perrect than the sharp accurate throw- Ca3it shilling Vis amapended'by ing to bases of Charley. Bennett. Oakland stewards-some-time ago for viint HlclK. DO.US fiuing to but it _ __ was subsequently discovered that utrC White, WH- crack jockey was'ill and could not do nr Robinson, Mike Powers, Buck himseli Justice.'-'He notified-, his-con- Ewing and a few-others that I mlgh'- X. B., Feb. in tux English, sporting .paper the fol- lowing interview with Referee Bettin- son. secured immediately" after the tight was over: "Welsh, I said what an intent the English sporting. public are supporting the Australian: "The Olympia Annexe which I have here in London is conceded to by Mr. Betdnson. "Is a most exasperating all the sporting authorities of this fight, and I can fully sym-jcountry, the'finest-boxing arena in with' Driscoll in losing his Una world, the capacity is approxi- Driscpli quite outfought Welsh Jma'tely-y.OOO. and the arrangement, of 3 make .it the plavers had ru overtime at the Aauc tin the last two rounds and had so icat he could not eonusue to 5 Flyer but the train- and they were forced "to fall back "on thC lOCal. When the- bonspiel. committee-learn- ed oi the meet-' ing was held, in Secretary Sliephetd's oflice. T. Andrexrs, of the .Grauum M.-Freeman. James Dr. Court ice; Scott. Hugh skip. ..Don. '.I.--RC Anderson. rin'i, was called phone'at Mac- who Grauuin npt be Scott. "over Wm. psopie crowaeu m ,u ,ce the Plans by being: ifclaycd j .icooiest between Bill Lang and Tack down on the first train, which would: tne ume, he ssm. x.ook at I California heavjireight. i be in the ccighhdrhood of 3 _ the lump on. my eye Was That made i Bura3' wag nQ -or Lani and y w w ol' Tabcr, was coif- Lack o! suitable officials to continue--vrith_a glove? "Am I not emrtied to: he round Mf; whh and-fiaitt he not .tlarganc it nccesary. for th, (butt if ne-is? -I'-asted the stopped contest Q{ a and sare the verdictto .-Lang. -.Burns j mchibcrsv.-'o[ 'one "'of- 'the sots was expecting to put up a against the lattfr ivas-in. s tfact Adolpli Sprecktli. tone It may be that the for his home in boys 'start too early, and boarding a train "in San Fraficisco grow weak, Whatever.lt IB, the fact shilling said: remains that the fine-throwing catcher s now a valuable adjunct to a 'ball team and the are hunting rather ride for Spreclteis than for a new crop.. any pthcr- turmian-in tiia-country.r iii! The first basemen, .too, are growing c :'v- "Next to- Sam -Hildrelh strlng Oi yearlings player trying to hold up his end at the East, but. Mr. first base. With "Hal 'Jiggs outclasses every Donahue and Fred- Tenney, all left coultj w-m. the 'first- ''time- out handers. showing the way, and Chance vmmzsters seaing the pace for the right banders. an5 hls joungstci.s. have bright and valuable- pros- pects ,-or isn, I Mve a standing oi- to" rWe.--; foe R. R. Davidson. .I.- Pete.. R. Maclcod. S. J'J skip. wiH likely take place towards the latter pan of the season.' accidsaf.- which befell Sl.il'iCs.U'as rcraarkable. Fred Leitr. oi the Fr2dericton ieam, cd OB a" rush yp the boards, and EO collided -R-ilh Rereree Stap-j -.vhosc feet, were carried Shirley Afso Disgujted t -iiuerL ouiiiey. Driscoll's backer, al- Iso. was gr.eatly ilissatisfied with the rresult- He remarked that Welsli could jhare another match with Mr. Corn as splendid''shape and.-.inade vhe-Callfop- look" like a novice. After the good prizes the excellen that was in storci'vior the- '-Visit-ins' J; G. 1L. Young. Nelson. RCOUX.'-" skip. it's no cmch job at the present time to j satisfy even the fan critic, who -is a Sybase. him mTretmany at a -princely must 'Tie a ground-coverer, as at sec- I have ot-Kcr -fibc bSers, ioo, .nut ond, or short, a fast and accurate j intenil to ride-fnr Sam'Hildreth, no thrower, and be. able to gather in fas: whetber- he Vin'r Ametica ride .or man i cuts whetber- he or Europe he is s seeking-a tnaich. but he second to return and once raore base is about the most difficult posi- Hildreth than tion on a ball'field. :tnow. The "salary "proposition out of every 10 men ignore tHe nQ Laitivear me and fail to properly appreciate tho and in another stake ail this it would seem that, 0-er in merry England, where under him, and he fell oa the back ni- they" are supposed to handle these his things" so :well. .yon is -The oificia! iris rendered qiieBtloninff of a 'de- 'Cision and many unpleasant incidents io us to under my management." "Lang does his training at the Old Bull and limitations of their skill in making dif-.j I von ffith this nrrent-coltl rc- similar all I of the. famous esd: Heath, onej resorts of London. Qft ficult plays on.alow-grounders intend- ed for bunts. The veteran players never hope to build-up io'the highest c .Hllilceth-: aas: had to be carried oil the ice. cr he returned, and -was about start liie game again when he cered and would hare fallen to [attendanL on "a" fight of importance. 'il am in receipt of a letter from Car- jiffj written by'3 man.who was at.the Clippings from the leading sercral players, caught English spordng papers-were enclosed. which had a notorious reputation d.ui- ing the old highway -robce-ry days when Dick Turpiu and other lungs ol the road made things pleasant to trav ellers in the neighborhood of London." "Bill Lang's hardest task since he left :home MACLEODS AND HICK-SEHL an.Awrican a k. -SLATED TO PLAY TON1QH jcijote Hrcr. anil HlcfrSsV, oqtbpxed will be that against Sam _ eon Feb. Olympia. -and the letter discussed the battle atJLangford left New York pa Jan, 12 for fdme'Iensth. As it'gives'an idea of [London and will go into immediate English, s" listed to play a city Sockey- league momeai Of meeting and conscious 1 that Iiet-ireen. Lang and Langfora watch tonljhi. at tie rink. 'that he would be knocked out -rithin j the greatest assembly tbaf En v. or .two rounde, practically begged jhas ever seen around a ring will be on WTTAWA AND NORTH tfor a disaualiiication by resorting to hand to -witness fee combat: Lang WARD TEAM TO crudest of fouing tactics. No knows that .he Is rr.nr.ing up.-against The Ottawas ol tiie city hockey Idoabi uis tecs per and judgment -eft the hardest-mass In the vrorid to beat, league aad Westminsters will p.'ar sjhira. or he -Quid have found Eonns.fe.nt he is absolutely conbdent of natch- evening in Xonfl Ward. The between the bachelors at Frank Jan, 15'h, was The married sacnelors Viol reporteo insn won, 4-1, sad net fes stated-. Hugh D. Mclntosh. more clever of accomplishing his j result.'' purpose. As it was he put his headl under Welsh's chin and butted, butted so plainly and for so long a j V -f1 "r time ttat the niost distant of the speciators present couid not IT LOOKS .QUEER i TO INEVV, MSMBEK Kindergarten to a Bull Fight.. Was American Rugby Game The Londc-s DsJ'y Express gives .a striking account o'.-an American -TuJI'ls tt: t-s'e parts Graexo-Roman wresiiing, onq ?s.rc -rlth e little French borrins. cod a ball, asd fist, Tha. is the for game of football ae playad at the Gr.Tstal Palaco by teams frsjr, the tTnitcd States baliieshlps Idaho acd fiercest thief in gasaes. A bnil-fight is ii kindergarten party Storfe of bltins other, ihc two cli the barm Id'do There a VaD In i.be game, tat Jnst as McTaricrd and Gccdaian shook hands before their battle at thcj Fairmont new member, who. had never seen a glove contest, ask-j ed: v i "Are those fellows bitlcr is there :any iU-fecling'" When in- formed fliat the" rlTCt lighi? ibcrc no ir.alica and verc oa ez of friendship, the new sietaoer "fTo-y can tfct-y huning; etch Wilt'they isi-.for aj knockoutV Agaltf when he had been; that the men C It more cftec burled teeeath a tangle of a msa. all less hard and ;ry to siop eacn new member up his V.ands .m ah umpire, a referes. a field Judge, had a GO j astonishment. ros 3 a sand-aaa end aiorcs of men; -j fi0n't row they cca bcaeSQ aad urged ca ihclr JdllST-sailora to -i never heard of friends deeds. cho hammered eaoh for fun orj carried c pair of wnter, and In tfio water rras spor.sc, It-5 contrarj- to the of: r i_ _ _ j i A 41 A t n I M T many purjcate At quarter tney must bo iThsn caTne the knoclsoui of Ooodaian jtnd the solicitude of for to rub On tcelr to make cioojhls fallen foe. A3 graeccd began Jack by the'hanfi and aleo patted biro i on chsJra roadjr to iake the plfcee ths avose, lhat haTe turning towards the door, iji re- never nope to Dium up 10 tne nigaein. s. nnn standard of the present time, and it is and clean en' up more .Iban-WO.OQQ ow up to ihe young men breaking In-; the season's wort." tho game, who must, be selected 1 m natural fielders, dead accurate ov.-ers. with a keen Xnowiadgo oE fine points of "play, and the nerve go the full distance. You must add this class of player the ability to t over .270 an occasional long ive for "a cleau-up. Vanderbilt's Winnings ,VOULD CUT "BECKLEY SAYS PROPOSED RULE WOULD AND WAGNER COBB rnillam K. VaadeirWK dltrg winning turfmia of in 1910. The ractrt -won TIU riwm. obtained by numerons -victoriea.JMi F-ench turf. His not only von the' -greateat number of in France, but alt oth- er in the matter of won during the year. The; records :o' the leading -wrinnine 'owMra -in -the: Tar- ious corantriea are. ai follom: -W. K. Vanderbilt "Mr; _ t iFalrie -Emperor jack Becitley. first baseman I (Gradltt Gtrmany.l ITS that if the oixcher's box jfi mov- Q rr trtMrafh ays that if the pitcher's box is ten feet nearer the plate, Cobb, Vasner and other sluseers Trill nit earer .200 than .350. "When I broke into baseball the Itcher stood forty-five feet from "We could hardly ce "ball by Amos Vkh the box nearer today it -would be .Imost imposslbla for batters tc hit Valter Jonnsoa's speed." S. C. Hlldreth H45.000; 31r Rholand Baron 8prlng-cr Bnigrean "They he couldn't atacd ity." "Who men he refnaed to Canada's Interest in the Grand The tropuv. for which the Otuirrm Itowtaf Chtb tight Trtil lor t goes to Englcud next ot Moct teflMM ionship tn Hok; Oimid Ciqk hi c first -iron by Use of )MM U 902 when- thorn to fmt he celebrated aUrcrrmre in 190.1 and iKlfUac natfl 1M1 rcljlan sighj. roprsaenUns ihc OJjefc lint Mi oaitM Itt ho cnp, the beatiaa; their in 1H7, Jhe first rorelgn crew to compete, tie wndiN iha Olympic regatta two ago, erer nfttHi? lilitJ on tho-Thames, the diitaoce belnc CIO ytrtl made In ihe raca in the ton h untim It IM There weied to "be ao foul. "other In Harry Lisk, Impersonates Lady Leslie A Stubborn Cinderella at the Majestic n wto dli U-n ld'06'ta Wid ia 1S09 the ever seen' in England. AS ffir back as I860, races -were bdi Gfcriat CHwrek Trtm tke their Cup. It Is big records as the Henlty, Ttea Tha Boston ReH Sox's first game at Third BascmAn Ti ivyosie trlU-ts lilc ui' tii2 [Harvard University nine wift nsrionn j signed, by Mar.ngtr la.cainst Uic Kcd Lccs. ir, ISIO, ht; HecVcrt of fccea i-eandcr J of L ;