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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY Thursday, February 16, 1911. RENFREW AND PARKDALE BEAT 1910 CHAMPIONS m: W TABER CURLERS CAPTURED CHIEF BON SPIEL PRIZE ST. MICHAELS OUT OF THE RUNNING NOW O. H. A. Champions Beat-! en in Gruelling Con- GET BASEBALLS FOR NOTHING BIG BONSPIEL HAD A GLORIOUS Also Give Cash Bonus for Adop- tion of Their Make Bert Wright, leader ot the Taber i curlers, is the cock of the heap In the j New York, Feb. a bonus Lethbridge bonspiel. winning the final be the National in Competition I. from the Scott rink 1. is as follows: Aird Feb. one of greatest ani'raosi jruelling fames of the season, paricdale tonight- defeat- I ed St. Michael's at Mutual Street, lliak, by a score of 5 to 3, thereby i putting the amateur champions out! the runcinj tor the O. H. A. cham j piooship, as tie victory gives the j Paidiers their senior O. H. A. dis- trict The half time score was 2-2. A perfect sheet of ice'greeted tha gladiaton, but owing to the imaensa LeaSUe U was anybody's game right up to the! Boyd crowd and rise mild weather, it soon 20-year contract with a sporting firm entj. Seou -ot off with a rush in the j fcsouae soft and "sticky, thus taror- here to use a baseball oi its maau- firsi three ends but .Wright came Duff___ lag the Parkdales. Tae .champions facture. it is the ball now in use back and ln the eleventh endt scoring wexs worn down bv their heavier op-' three, drew one ahead. The last end'Johnston ana m aaoDtiag it- the magnates re- .1, ,ir poaenti and setmed exhausted toward c. excuing In the extreme. Every; Wright the end of the 'first ".haU, but not-Pected an offer [rom a Cincinnati firm atone counted by the Taber cracks! Shepherd withstanding of their en-lot in twenty annual install- "P to the last shot lay. three with ap- Shusiasuc supporters continued to 'ments of of which halt was Patently a. good safe guard but Skip give odds'" evidently hoping; to be ia cash ar.d half in baseballs Scott came dowu with his last rock Taber Skip had Valuable Victory in Leading Wilson Won the Beat Visitors in All Comers The whole story of Competition No. n her? todav made a 2 aade a First Round 5 Rodgers 9 Johnston ...12 Caven ...11 Staccy ...12 Young Second Round ...12 Aird 9 Boyd 14 Duff The results of all the players in the competition are reported as follows: K. D. Johnston 40, G. W. Robinson Quebec, 39; A. E. Biugham 3C; Mr. Juilson 36; played the W. V. Cameron 2G; D. D. .McXabb 35: i in ihn firs Judge Wilson 34; J. F. BASEBALL SECRETARY'S WIRE TO ECKSTORM QUEBEC WON ON HOME ICE Defeated Canndicns in the Championship Contest Feb. S IS in-nr p K -i r> T, liere tonight ami scored three! Campbeil 34' R R 7 i, 1UbUU goals nglit off the reel. The Cana- bs A. oo; J. A. Ross 315; J. A. J D. Duff 32; .M. Freeman 32- WJ llicn llc5an lo lmd tl'cir :ecfc 11! Nelson 32; Mr. Atchcson 32- Jas and the pctiod S'Sl; H. Scott 31; W. Haynes 30; H. closed- U' was evcn UP well R. their feet j in thc first period of their scheduled vour In his efforts to promote an nationaj Baseball League, C. J. Eck- storm sent the following- wire to J. J. McCloskey, who owns the Butte bal] franchise: Lethbridge, 1911. If you are having any question or doubt about the Union League becom- ing: completed It might prove a vise jmeve for the Montana cities to join i those In Alberta and form an Inter- natlonal. which will' bo the logical league for this territory. Calgary and fc'dmantoa of a four-club league Brandon and Winnipeg, but tlleir supporters favor the Inter- dlUJObl _, 6 cities in Alberta hing condition. Wlra W. C. L. Mr. Eckatoro received no replv to wire, but he takes' a telegram he got from j. H> Farrell, secretary of Heretofore it has been sup- Hfee a sleam engine, drew in and mix- to sse them finish'trita one of their supplied, cld-iime rallies. Parkdale bald ths upper hand scoring two before. St.--a piece tor balls srhich sell at retail Michael's and ieith the score at but the developments of even IB "tee second thef ism in three today show that they- not only pay goal in succession. After that nothing, but receive all the balls they Miller, Scott "was ociv a. question ui ierpicg tue "5e lice ana COESiucrituic CUSu uc- Lxjgcb, Scott collegians in hand, letting" them do J sides. The league schedule was adopt- ROSS, Scott, til the rushing, while Stockton and'ed today change, and the Wright skip .10 Scott skip Lavrsoa stooped them at- the danger schedule already provided and sent By Scott f 10 Shepherd !posed even among the plavers. that ed U-D the buact so Lbac be Sot inside Finals all1 the bic leacucs paid-about 95 cents Charmed c'rcle, buc one of .the j Wright.....'10 Scott 5! Leech 20. G. R. Powell 10. "Sflt rocks srayed about two inches] In Competition II. only two games! Th- Ccmcrs closer to the button aud the champion- j were played yesterday, completing the- After the prize-winnin 5, Brown 2S; G. H. Stacey 2S; R. D. dlIrtnS the second period with Que- the Association ot Minor Scott 10 ilacleod 2S; A. B. Stafford 27; C. Me- bec stin -in the leati' thc scorc Leagues, Auburn, N.Y., ta be the reply. Semi-Finais I Cienashan 27; D. W. Wright J.F. a to 4 in favor of the locals at thc This telegram came yesterday and 10 Johnston o; Hamilton 25; W. W. Douglass Quebec managed tu add two ..was as follows: g contests t ,.I1V tuiuebis i iy one ctiali-ica up to its credit di belonged to the visitors oy 10 second round and leaving Aird. Shep-jwere finished in order to provide a I the closing davs w ihp SP-SOH to S. The score: herd, Johnston and Duff in the semi- continuance of the fun for the visitors lice. oui stands for the season. CALGARY SPORTS PICK TABER TEAM j Wright 000 111 00 i Scott 211 000 120 S j Wright's rink has been in the Ark 165 pounds. The team is in charge of A. B. The persor.ol and positions of the'Cooke, who is well known in sporting Taber team ic as follows: A. S. Cooke. 1 circles of Calgary, having been seen Soul; A. B. Cooke, point; L. L. here on several of. the southern la- Last evening fen aspirants for the'-COVer J' E- team rosters that have been 'Harbour, centre; Geo. Balrd, Frank Defeats at Hockey on Lat- tcr'.s Ice (Special to the Frank, Feb the midst- of a Nev York has lose another great J athlete. Walter Thomassen. who run EsffonaJ honors in the running high jump at the national championships in Oreleans while wearing the and John. Mr. Sopwith won the De'to get in on one of the prizes. The lieaTv snow storm this afternoon the Forest prize of by flying ifirst prize consists of a jointed cue, imrjSf- interesting hockey game of the the second a pipe, and third a sweater. j season was played in Lilairmore bc- "Shorty" Gray opened the tourna-; tween the Frank team and the team from to Belgium. Spokane boiling team rolled five prac- with very fair results ot away with j an average of 201 for four games, G. Jioore and Hyslop 189 for five games, Perciva] for five, Shover 1S5 for two and Tom Scsrle 1S3 for five. These were the best scores made, and j the -other players were not far behind. 1 The scores follow; ''Scarlc ......192 166 1S2 1S9- 915 Macdonald ..158 257 100 201 Moore ...13S 1S2 227 214 'Uavics .....160 123 139 155 Calvin Demareat, former 1S-2 balk UP i Thc of the Blairmore 144 m 2Q1 1M ]71_sg, thc Moore ITC DEMAREST GOES TO PARIS ment by trimming F. A. Qulnn, and i of that place Ttie reSUltS SOirink COPimiltrp r hi- b n i LUC i.v 11 i_ Cii I Oi 1LS SUCCcSa, of the New York A. C., has quit the lme Dllhard champion, has completed far are: Mercury Foot orgAnization and joined arrangement B for a three months' en-1 Gray won from Quinn, Jack Thomp-1 premises and the offici- shover .....222 1 there and compete In the colors of Demurest during his stay abroad 'n Club. meet Willie Hoppe, who is to sail ABOUT TIME TO "CAN" THE "DOPE" OX THE JEFFRIES-JOHNSON FIGHT When Lina Cavalieri ceases to be. Only recently Barney Oldfielrf Jeff's the most beautiful woman on earth; per30Ra, friend> Trhon fno rnori> monflnTi HI-MI r'nni-'r- MILLIONAIRE'S TEAM when the mere mention of Doc Cook's name ceases to get a big laugh; when the automobile ceases to be a symbol (statement on the affair that has halted the progress of the world since lastt -or! MooseJJorn illustrious gentleman i cf great wealth; when people no long- July er talk of dead grandmothers at the j Next week Steve opening of the baseball season; other illustrious gentleman! Ottawa, Feb 3S.-Rer.uew i5 after the hooble skirt Is given a prominent j place in the museum of natural "p 7ne -irimordial be'nE- and to show the laith tory-; when the czar of Russia no long-iwil1 another startling 'he piayers have in their anil er need fear of having his roof blown statement to the effect thai Jeff was 4tJ' lo u'Kl' last every man o: off I when all these startling happen-i squad chirred in which was Ings have come to pass the Jeffries! All previous statements have said het a'L cver-s pool that had episode will still be as fresh as the'that Jeff was drugged. You know, been gathered among the War.dcrers' little daisies that bloom in the spring, Clara, there Is quite a difference be- seven, and another thing, the upper Ira la! j game and in the issue than in any I j preceding gair.e. A larzc amount of I money cSiangcd hands on this game in the way of siiJe bets. The Frank team started off vcr? easily and at half time the two teams stood tie. A large measure j of rough work- took place, especial1; on tiie part of one team. TV" fast heat of the game was b; far thc most interesting In sni'.'e ot thn rough manner in had t'etm treated the Frank 'noys bore off the hor.ors after a fo'.jght scrim- i maec by a SC-TC of 5 to 3. Splendid r.avinjr was done hy sev- al members of the Frank team. HOBBERLiNS AGAIN TEiMMET QUINN President National Hockey Associa- tion. here in the past thrte years. The southern champions are prin- cipally composed of Cookes, three of one family arfd two of another, and from all reports they are speedy and skilled in the game. Capt. Cooke says his team is In of condition and thoroughly in practice, ready for anything, and out to win. He banks much on his goal- tender. In semi-darkness, for which the rinks of the south are famous, he is a marvel, and on the Calgery rink where the lights are greatly better, he is expected to show the northern- ers something new in the way of-puck- [stopping in the eventful game to foe. The southern invaders seem to know little of the Deacons who will oppose them, and care less. They are chuck full of the right kind of confidence, which is not of .the boastful order, ami are expecting to win. "DIGGER" STANLEY'S EXHIBITION DISGUSTED NEW YORK FANS Ilobbcrlins keep on No post-aiortera wail ever dug such drugged and drugged. One Ottawa boys are keen on going 'to Tlie Krv.fe poal was well kept. thoKRh1 iiari a hattle at so'ne moments it meant hard so lo n'ccp ii. The puenaciiy I-fffis. of the Blairmore team, ai- .nost provided a free fight, but ii was averted. means doped and the means Xew York and Icel that if they can beat the Wanderers In the first "h. hole fn the atmosphere as the littlejcoped. In the last "doped" you put.: heat thc Wanricrers anfj pjli tnat was supposed to have been the accent on the Tr% tfropped in the teacup of the ''shaggy j tte "IK" 5s sllem- aaonster irith the bearded, and It would save the public a lot of un- the frame of steel." Kb man ever lasted as long or re- milted as fresh as that xvbicii s'.arted necessary worry if the papers re- served a prominent space once week for the exclusive snnounceruent :ha; somebody evolved the tdea tharjJ doperi in Reno. Ti out in the league race that tf.ey will also be considered by tbl- Gotham promoters. The War.der'rs in the are count ice 01 going to Xc-w York ana also to.' Boston r.Jter Ottawa tias finished wit. the Sunlcv the noble "cave-man with the pre-1 published 52 times a year for or Cup games, to play a ouplc o: exhi- historic instincts of n the abysmal j years the public might jlike It, Ladt the North Ward puck chasers, and attcr a few rough encounters and disputes about, goals, were declared 'ho win- ners by 9 goals to 3. The teams were: SPORTING NOTES j HOBBERUNS Penrose. goal Mathers, point; Rebcr, cover Calla- Ilackerschmidt is reported matched iln England for the weight-lifting rovcr OUver' the contest to occur rtcht wir.g McKay, left wing. with an Englishman on his return ;from his tour of ;rie United S'ates. NORTH goal; [It is rrpcncd ifi jhar. Hack-' Watson, point Henderson, is to give wresrling tour in ibis count r-- ann devote cover T- Kennedy, center. ;o bitior. came.s i last frorr. the to lifting and Butler, fnur in the Sandow right wing Wright, lei'J. which is supposed to bo.tallating and the fight wai then the home of fair piny in sporting mat- jand there for "inside" -work. seems to have sotncnhir.g on our In this country few scrappers resort (Uncle Sam in the of underhanded tactics. Battling Nel- jtricks resorted to by its fichtrrs. sen is a great "butter." He has wire In N'ew York, recently, oj.r, bair beard and he "was wont to i Stanley, of English bantams rcratch his opponesa's face until it land for thc world's rarv. But he never hit r.-hllc hold- rr.riy a ricir.p yQ-ir.r; ho never back his elbow c--n fighler. Krar.kie B-.irr.s. The iat-'io his opror.cnt's afrcr :n5nsing a tor lit-'ns ring oxprricnre and POUC of'ST.-jns. snd he played fair in all ser- thc gor.eralsliip of his foe; but ious rn.-xttera. Referees have taught iris attacks began to do up-.'vsMers in Ameriqa that they can not th-j Biiuori, v.-ho his gel away xvith that sort of thing and say dispatches, the spec-1tew of the scraps that are in tho taiors r-crc treated to one of thc book as "ioit on foul" are for cst exhibitions that, ever a reiv.reo nagging. They r.ror in a toa- raitted to continue. jority cases, for a blow struck "iiceletV "elbovred." and hit legal lines delivered accidentally ho'ding to such an Citejit that then in tho heat of contest. evening ir.ysicry was the referee's fcil-'j" Erotacly the lowest of all the tricks urc to cisnuaiify him. jwhlci Stanley 5S said to have turned Ovc-7 "on the other side" some time on his rocont opponent was to him a ago irrcMze fought a fellow succession of biows when bis guard !countryman for the Rri'ish chsm- was docv-n following Lhe of noscripiions of the fSgln j the gonjf. The rofrroe this is .indicate that fouled ?o done in the excitement oC :edly that heat last tormented the j Fighting and as having, fortunaf-ly mild-mannered Jim Driscoll into re- j caused I5itle damage to Burns ;