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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, February PORT AND SPECIALTIES MACLEOD PUTS IT OVER COLEMAN Match for the Supremacy ol: the Crow's Nest Frank, Alta., Feb. Cole- man hockey team the large num- ber of supporters who journeyed to Macleod by special train ycst-eraay to witness the game with Macleod, the first of a series to determine the championship of the return- MEDICINE HAT MAY COME THROUGH YET Notwithstanding what has been said to the contrary, it is reported on good authority that Medicine Hat is showing activ- ity in professional baseball cir- cles and will again enter the Western Canada League. James Fleming and Wm Cousins are the moving spirits, it is said. JIMMY BRITT TO STAR IN SKETCH BY CONAN DOYLE. California Native Son Back In Paris and Plans to Commence a The- at rlcal Career, Paris, Feb. Britt, the California lighhveight, looking very ftt landed in France from South Africa this week. He said: 'There is nothing doing there. They have some good men, but in the, few places where prize fighting is permitted a purse of fl.OOO looks bigger than a cathedral. So far as I can see nothing will take me into the ring again. "What brought me back in a hurry was a desire to see Conan Doyle. He has virtually consented to write me a one-act play, the hero, of course, to be a prize fighter. I shall use it as a sketch in the music halls." Britt was an amateur actor before he took up prize fighting, and the Conan Doyle sketch will give him an opportunity both to box and act. ed much disappointed. It had been hoped Coleman might trim Macleod on the home ice and thus practically ensure the championship for the West as the Macleod rink is small and the local players being "onto" its pecul- iarities, it was felt that if Coleman could win there the return game at Coleman on a large rink would be a cinch. But it was not to be, the Macleod team, with 4be knack the players have of utilizing the peculiar- ities of the rink to their advantage. xvas too strong a combination and .Macleod won by a score of 10 to 8. it was probably the fastest game leaving for Macleod with the Coleman team, the Frank team played Michel at Frank and made it two straight against the mining town over the range. The victory was by a score of 4. to. 3. Tuesday next Macleod comes up to Coleman for the return game of the championship series. If Macleod wins that will of course settle the ques- tion but should Coleman win, there jwill be a third game, which it has been agreed shall be played on neu- tral ice, probably Hincher Creek. Wednesday Macleod plays Frank at Frank and Friday it is expected KETCHELL PLANS TO FIGHT MARCH 1ft. Grand Rapids, Mich., Feb. spending several weeks in idleness, Stanley Ketchell left here last night for Hot i Springs where he will go into training for 'his bout scheduled with Frank Klaus at Pittsburg, on .March 1st. Following the Klaus fight it is announced Ketchel will meet Tony Caponi at Kalamazoo. A HOCKEY STAR. BRIEF BREEZY Moose Jaw has sent In to President Eekstorm contracts for Davis, Welsh, j Oimsteadt, Anthony, Mtddlidradt, llo- isever, Smith, Gilchrist., Culver, Ward and O'Hayr. Winnipeg and Brandon are not mak- ing any stir as yet over baseball for the coming season. It is immaterial :o the Western clubs whether they enter or not. A six club league this Side of Manitoba it Is thought by many would prove much more sue- cessiul. Neither Winnipeg nor Bran- don proved themselves better base- bau cities than most of the others last Jimmy Gardiner, Captain of the Mon- treal Wanderers. Gardiner is one of the best for- wards in the game and although not a spectacular player like Tom Philips, he is very effective and is a gcod goal getter. Frank play Coleman at Coleman These games will wind up the hockey season as far as any games are sche- duled. In addition 'to the discomfiture of being beaten at Macleod, the Coleman team had another distasteful dose of medicine to take, as, returning to Pincher Creek the team stopped to play today, and again got trimmed, this time by a score of 5 to 3. This week and next constitute the big week of hockey in The Pass for'10- and 'm the second 27- 3-n and 14 the season. On Wednesday, before HOPPE 15 tfORNlNGStAR'S MASTER. Toledo. Ohio, Feb. IS. Willie Hoppe, world's champion, yesterday twice defeated Ora Morningstar at IS. 1 balk line billiards, making the un- usual run of 152. In ttie first game Felt That Way About It Before Milwaukee Scrapper Confident of De- feating Whalebone Dane in Fifteen Rounds Next Tuesday. Big Match To-Night Great interest is being taken in the hockey game to-night at Montreal, be- tween .the Wanderers and Oitawa. Ii! Ottawa wins it practically assures them the championship. Ottawa is ouering two to one that they will win, and even money that they will double the score. The Wanderers are not an all star team; they play great combination and are always on the puck. A baseball manager who never saw a hockey game, while visiting Mon- at the -meeting of the Eastern he used to dig coal. The Lethbridge club "has sent con- tracts to Secretary Farrell for. Man- ager Cox and players fMachin, Bell, hart and Brogin. There Is going to be a big round-up of Lethbridge business men next week to see how strong they are for pro- fessional ball this year. Tickets for the land drawing contest in aid of the Lethbridge ball team are now selling fast. Over 500 have been sold already. W. H. Beasley leads in the number of tickets sold with Dan Haley a close second. The seller of the most tickets gets a val- uable prize. There are a lot fighters deliver- ing expert opinion on the "they nev- er come back" theory, based on their own experiences. Some of these gents never started, therefore, we ask: "How could they come Pitcher Charles Adams, of the Pi- rates, is anxious for the baseball sea- sou to open. Adams feels so much like a winner that he wants to get down to work at once, according to a letter received from him by President Dreyfuss. Babe, who is at his home in .Mount Moriah, Mo., writes that he is in splendid trim after several hunt- Ing trips. "I am going to be in shape for regular work from the start this says the big youngster. "I only wish the season would open to- morrow." That Patsy Donovan, the manager of the Sox, has some base ball brains made itself appar- ent when he selected Third Baseman Harry Lord as field captain of the Red. Sox for next summer. Lord held down that position last year, and much of the credit of the Bos- ton team's play must be handed to him. Lord is a believer in taking Long chances, and under him the Bos- ton club is sure to continue to play a fast, snappy game. Aside be- ing a brilliant mechanical player, he possesses far more gray matter than the average man. STAND READY to come here for ail sporting goods If ou wish to buy the standard article at rock bottom prices. have built up an enviable reputation for UP-TO-DATE GOODS such as boxing gloves, tennis rackets, kates, fishing tackle, croquet sets! base, basket and foot -balls, teimis balls, golf balls, etc. Have we named what you want? Then come and get The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. JEFFRIES WILL BE PUT ON EXHIBITION. HOW THREE-FINGER BROWN GOT STARTED Mordecai Brown, the premier pitch- er of the Chicago Cubs, recently vis- ited Rosedale, Ind., the little town didn't have much coin of the realm, San Francisco, Feb. Jeff- ries will be placed on exhibition next Sunday afternoon at Reception Park for the purpose of allowing local fight fans to get a line on the actual con- X dition of the heavyweight champion. Jack Gleason, the promoter, has ar- ranged a program of athletics to in- terest the sports, 'while they settle for themselves the mooted question of the chances "Jeffries stands with Jack Johnson. but they cheerfully placed it all oni The carnlval events will -be sub- "Well, just before the game, Clay- ton, our pitcher, became intoxicated. San Francisco, Feb. Ad Wol- j gast loses to Battling Nelson at Point their respective averages were 20 and Rlcnmoncl> Qn Washington's Birth- Of Fitzgerald's Famous Fighting Attitudes day. his manager, Tom Jones, will drop from the fighting game, accord- ing to his positive declaration 'to-day. "I am morally certain my boy is going to win this Jones said, "tnerefore, I am going to back him with my own pile. If he loses, I'll be uown and out, and it will be up to me to get into another sort of game." "What's the little German's manager continued "I thing Ad will win within fifteen rounds, unless Nel- son stalls. Ad thinks so, too, and those first fifteen, rounds are going to be productive of the fastest fighting anyone in this neck of the -woods ever saw, at that they've seen some mighty rapid work already." Basing the estimate upon odds and reservations that have been received for seats, it is 'believed that at least 300 fans will be on hand from Los Angeies for the mill. Nat Goodwin, the actor, and'a party of friends from Venice, Cal., twill occupy seats close to the ring. Two special trains will be run from Stockton and another from Sacramento on the fight day. Hester is completing arrangements 'with .all the principal transportation companies operating into the fight city across the bay. League, went to the shamrock vs. Wanderers game and remarked after- wards: "It is funny, but when a Wan- derer man shot on the goal and the goalkeeper stopped it there is always another Wanderer man to put it in." He described the great strength of the Wanderer team in combimition work. Regina is showing activity. They have sent in -to