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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETinmmGE DAILY IFERALD Frank Gotch Speaks Disparagingly of His Noted Russian Rival Jeffries Gives Quietus to Rumors That He to Enter Ring Again IHOBBERLIN'S 1 EASY VICTORY LEADERS OF THE CITY LEAGUE RAN AWAY FROM MACLEOD BROS. LAST OF FAST HOCKEY- SCORE Determined not to looseu his fsraspi OH the lineup and on the City HocRey league champion-! wmie iu displayed some finished; Miiy, Putnain, nianasvr of tue art or puck nailing. i J'fte am score was made on perfect Goods team. the team play, Reber aim Calmhau hems nest puck chasers available for bis {me principals. Keber passed to Calla- team last niabt, and put Macleod "an. wtio shot the puck clean to its iiros. to a veritable Waterloo route. score was 1 to 0. faiiadjin scored asaln after Sim-lair j nag missed his shot. Sinclair scored Jn tae first half some slashing thlrc} arter repeatedly shootiui: at cockey was witnessed, though the me net Goods made apparent their j in the second half Callahan the in I'.cjmre tor the big tournament lhousaistls of whether i i-01, 'L' yo" thlnk Al the time there "gf f the are a iioxeu or uioro of the bowler, hl f a i vltltiml 'p wao are rolling around the .00 niarU j'" Half u year do yon quite frequently, and at the present It wouM Uiuic there should be enough enthus L what is writlui shall .asm lo orsaufee a league. I J" of which e-iusnr, be I: is my tliink door or 'the lele- answer temper? For Calgary has decided to have a tour- in.ment in March, and we believe ir howe th-it It '.vo.uld be dliYimlL to explain what it is io KO such an exper- ience, hi my caso. instead of one per- son jjurtiiiB the qiiosiion cacli day has con'c innumerable thc Calsarv after tourney, to pick out the bowlers making rhe highest averages, and whether i shall ovor enter the ringp'een asked by hundreds of' persons again. hundreds or' different occasions. i i t v i i. i i shnll not to say how alone have been compelled m i men will likr.y be sent to Have answered that ouerv dinJio each Inquirer1 ll, -aue to represent tlu- city lo the north Ins lnsl months. Hardly a day! s.une nieiornhorns f no hv i. has gono by the question be-j same question that 1 have Day after day 1 have countless umes. This TWO GAMES IN DISTRICT ot us. would suggest that me enter say four reams in u and {answer I will ever make fo that see wimt the bov, M'n aever entei-jtlon: the T t i just to see what the boys' can 1 c. A I away "from home on foreign "alleys I ever r____ _ i Iiait' ICfilifaed Tf> out both teams were not in the best 1WS Slil1 a same: .in of snape to play and the executive allowed them to postpone it. STANDING OF CITY HOCKEY LEAGUE HoSoerlin? baiiKers Lost P. C. 1.000 Macleods Uttawas POOL HANDICAP AT THE ARCADE Manager Harry Cleveland of the Arcade is going to con- duct a pool tournament as 80on as a sufficient number of entries are. iu. and a cue val- ued at flu will be set up as a prize. I'ooI players who wish to enter may do so on a pay- meutgof 5i'c entrance fee. refused to accept uanicipaie in a public f from tiiese teams pick out thelv.-nrd 4i IAO-, i m a puonc r District League with both _ and I'lncner which they fully f intend to play, as 'a matter of prin-; if nothing if the other are willing. Macleod will be'T asKed to come here nest 'week some I time and Lethbridge will arrange go to PuicRer Creek soon after. 'I'he City League will have concluded j T men and strict attention will be imiffAnr niTT Bioie for the district sanies j DLAlKflflUKC I U 1 These games should tie played wkh-t out sail, or a bad precedent for rhe i south win be established. me Spokane tourney. If this plan is not considered advis- uie it would be a good idea to in- a local tournament.of some five-men or two-men j tarns or singles, and thus get the y average, men on one sood team. understand thaf two or three brwlers v j intend .eoing to Spokane to see che fi'-iS tournament, whether they 50 tc V oowt themselves or nor. and surely it V is possible to get enough for one good team. And at the rate the bovs unsxverins the imesfion. I have, in This hour, been asked exactly, the i ago question. to It has come to point win-re f and is -ho decision made months is a decision I shall adhere EXIT: New York. l-'eb. Dasses ou: of the big league, and it seems to be final. Thotish ho was .-vuu iU cue rate the boys havoi e nnai- 'hotish ho was howling of late, if tfaey keep out to N'ewarl' last year it understood that he was to be there the jack, and would be glad t.o look JACK THROUGH WITH THE STAGE Indianapolis, inc.. Feb. Johnson, world'? champion, >rho is playing an ansagemerii. at a. local theatre, tbat he has about decid- ed to cot out the stage. He may nor' make any engagements for season. LONGANECKER GOES UP HIGHER FORMER UMPIRE OF WESTERN! CANADA LEAGUE WILL OF- is undoubtedly at fault in not having tne sames played before, and should; proceed to rectify matters. IT OVER FRANK MARSHALL IS CHESS KING RCIATE IN NORTH- WESTERN Spokane. Feb. jecker writes from the United States I Krann. Keb. hotly coniestud of hocokey was played at Blair- itnore last evening between Rlairmore :anri Frank, in uhich the former won. Tue game arranged in a hurry and the Frank team was short several j or its members, whose places hud tc 'tilled by tntracticed men. .S BEST AGA1NST CRACKS OP U. JN NATIONAL TOURNEY jnave done credit to a fancy skating rontest- New York. Feb. half a Frank J. .Marshall, who WHS already ln hookey match. of superer- His chief reason Is that be does not V Q who "S alr like io be'walloped twice s. day by- to anaonnce that champion of the United States, t eomc husky spuring partner. he has received a notice from lhe national '--ness masters7 tita; irblle he end TVaUer Monahan n'pl dent Robert H. fnsmf-r'" has been in prog oday i Takeu otf their gtiard and in a mo- Monahan nee can be ;hat while he and larze glores. that a joked more Tritn a large than as Johnson ssys him harder than championship floes not like the uow engaged. dent Robert H. Lindsay of the Xorth-j western league that he is r.o be r sro member of the Xorthweatern year. 5ays ,he salary i toiir-'JDent of weakness, the home team ai progress the laurels of jtnem by. The Klainnore final same was drawn with; unequalled good fort makinz: his score FO'gnrne hy a score of to of a possible 12 or eight i NAME OF THOSE WHO WILL PLAY Billiard Handicap at the Arcade Has Big List of Entries The billiard tournament a( tin- Ar- cade is ready to srarf just as snor, as the committct. to be- iormwJ nf himself was under that impression and, desiring to make some copy fprjlnan of '.he writers of St..Louis, sat down the oilier day to indite an ouiiniistic epis- tle to President. Hedges of Waddell mentioned briefly what he was ?oinsr to do to the opposing hal- ters during the coniin? year; spoke of being in the pink of condition: touched upon the fact that he had si nick out 2o men in a same of indoor baseball; and "1 will be a contract." AVaddells letter was long, ami writ- ten in thai rich and sensuous style lor which he is notod. Yo'eterday !i..- received an answer from President Hedges. The note was much shorter and was not to be-conitiurod. with-it in ornat.eness of This :is v.-hat, he wrote: ".Mr. G. K. Dr-ar Sir: Replying your I'avor of January SO. Vou have beon released to the -Minneapolis Baseball Club and have been for some Very truly yours, R. L. Hedges." And the signal tire was done with a rubber stamp.' AN IRISH LACROSSE TEAM TO RIVAL THE SHAMROCKS A lacrosse team, composed of' Irish-jaiso that competition is the soul rival the Shamrock competition may prore ;o nn- cornmiltCf to hi- forrnwi Ilitm ,s Ule solu J home team ai- u jr'11MI ol rival the Shamrock La-.-rosso i "f trade, competition may prore ;o victory to -Pl tORClhpr ami arrange fotlClnh and to b- indiuied with a French i he thc salvation by hrlnp- ore team, by antth" rfraws. The following names'learn to rival Nationals N'and a :'ng a hot fighl for life of ?he -me, won the, brcn to play I new learn from Oimwa Jo 'rivLl 10 I'- Kinf T J ;Cp.Ditals in ;t. n Canadian Athletic C'lsib has I'- Kins. T. .1. Davis. rnv.jCRplials in one league is a 'bp'r Athlf mil 11 t 0" to a nice surprise his rnnrrarr came from Boston. aS It By IljMl1 finished in 'econd .company, IK probablv tho -Vldce' contract ever hand-d a fron '6 ast llle oompanv ro majors "V, seven Thft ;included back to 8'X leadins players i Diego. DRASTIC RACE LAW PASSED proposition being mooted at .Montreal; rhe present rime. au.l of -he ?tory cen- 'if starring nn-i Ksllitey is in grrand shape now, says-.Marshall Longanecker. He is 10 pounds heaVcapablanca and will repor; to Boston in tiptop Chains 'condition. He says the San club !.Jarre....." jia awa- with 12 srraigh-: vic--Jolmer itoi-Us in the iast mouth. [CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE PUTS Lost! A CRIMP IN GAME AT EMERYVILLE I gill. II. Walktr, -J. H. Rochoii, T. K. Scark'. H. R. Ras Clarke, V. F'wirson. I Holmes, T. raldwell. T. Wilson. ;M. Stewan, A. Glrn. Gro. Tnrr IVV it-re 7 T T-I uiy fo the samc. Bass. Mat-kin. Chas_ The proposition aim, v-rofkinir: in u- Hines. -J. fsrilahan. C. P Xati.uai UCToS8n V, cm i "t t "efif T-rnbull. J. K. Bosworth. th, te.n.s R. Robertson. Vernon Person, T. tilc of ,he payers by thejstars who t' hoan-s, Katheri.gham. inojicemem. of hishor salarJeB. ,.he Shamrock ?o be a llr e it is pomted our by the promoters Ijiassc. on V.T.O taot be- receipis att.rai-- to the I'Yonch-Cnnadian publir. Thc Irish propoaifion 5s said to havf THE MORNING AFTER You will be glad drank pey Roal f PURE OLD SCOTCH WHISKY THE NIGHT BEFORE It is Scotland's OLDEST ami PUREST 5tu'pge4 from W. A: A. GILBEY, Ltd. best Voteli br ,M GOTCH DISCOUNTS THE RUSSIAN LION Sioux City. iows. FCb. S.-Frank Gotch in an interview here today- his wiHingne.. to wrestle George Hacken.chmJdt for 3 purse of 530.000 on a side. "Kackewchmid, has wrestled good 8aid Gotch "He .s not entitled lo a with me. If Hackenschmid: ,nd Zcbyszco wH. 33t tocher tackle the fop the winner to takt all gat, wil, wrestl, for any amount of money or l will nothing." BKAT BKKLE Meines. fowa. Feb. 3.-Frank Gotch. of Humboldt. la world's champion wrestler, last night defeated Fred Beelc. of Wis- consin in two straight falls. Both were wen on a crotch hold and head lock in 26 and 9 minutes respectively Sacramento. Feb. Walker j anti-racetrack bill substituted in the assembly for tho Young; bill was l-2Jeri by rhe assembly today by a of TO The only fllfffircncc be- tho two bills is thai, the Walker measure allowed rhe rare't.rack men EX-CHAMPIONCRAPPER AS SMOOTH AS SILK Emeryville 17, days in which to re- move their horses. j The measure in drastic in ITS pro-, .bibitinn of all kinds of betting, oral j or recorded, and brings within it 3copo nol oniy the bettor, the !man who records the bor and of him been with [he rei! i of v.soiablos. .here's one .Itainc- crumble and fall into space. person acting as an agent, or instru- ment in any way in jransmitling knowledge of a belting transaction. Tho liill tho senate last and 3waits only ihe governor's ttire to become a law. into thcjmiKln develop a few now games th-r. niros awav in disgust, hvill break the monotony of I ternary field day. -i--.--! lien.' are a ftv; tnr ral j By his consistent of rrKC t0 rhe old lukewarm ozone in ,11 themselves. ho directions since he first Throwing the Chink One Chinese grabs another, by XO SIIOKTKOUT FOR KAUFMAN COAST HEAVYWEIGHT PREFERS TO MEET JACK JOHNSON IN A FIGHT TO THE FINISH WilkftRbarre. -.-A] Knnf- ;man. in a statement uiriay. said would noi ongase in .1 six jbou! with -lack Johnson in P ;phia. He wants a flsht in a finish and :i? willing ;o sipn articles Jo th.v ef- ui Amer can mon-n of his bis IThi, ?W on February 8th swings him aboui hfa head and e man NiSK he has earned for himself L SAvings him abou. Hfa hear enviable title of :ho Pugilism. only of who has the most Ho ha, brough.. ihe 1-vrtof The Fiatiron D33h er. H, ha, 'placed the fia ic riS" "ll. Al. thft :h, er. He- has placed the nonncement. on 'he same the of the i rti i IIR niPini ho ri-i- liuius ]i. U Ol- a flEbl is master mind of ail UBhT. sounds like a discussion on the as tough M as fast point v ot the bacterioiogricai aa Frank Erne, as as Youn' K vi'tor nalctilac. Unlike fellow dealers jcorbeit. and as great a i Hicfra th. CK .n and ei-olinower he Ls Joe CJans. Hut th, rinp V'fu No" "in-pi JCy trios to break awav from thn h or! Lat-" in this event musf P3jamas.and a handkerchiefs Thc man back io tho starting poinT with ihe wash under his arm is 3. I II 4 I lit. break away from the .accept od j surprises-will Scr rlH- snr- j be an orphan and unmarried, so no onv him terminology of the ring. a pug walks up to ilie seo how much of 'he on" 'i iiiixtiirc ii wiis ikick that with K H layout i xow- rhines, ;