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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January S, 1911. THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HEBALD Hockey MACON'S TEAM LOSTMATCH as. a fast game this afternoon, Strathcona teain. for the second time, outclassed tire Deacon's Eskimos of Edmonton, vanning; out -by a score of S to 2. At 'iiair score stood 3 to 0 In i'avor of Strathcona. The game was of sensational' features, 'but was marked by. close chtJcklng 'and combination work by the Starathcona players, who were much younger and lighter than their opponents. The line-up was as follows: Diaconi Strathcona v Goal Clark .Point. Bamford Neil Sutherland Cover Point Campbell Rover MbGammon J: Sutherland Center JMimford Si airhead Right Wing Left "Wins Kent Jackson 'Newman Keferee: M. Leod. Judge of play: VT crowd was a'record one, pack- ing the rink to Its utmost capacity. THE HERALD'S GEORGE .WONT AT THREW ITALIAN City, Iowa, .Jan. Ueorge Hackenschuiidt defeat- A. 0. Pardelio, tho Italian champion, in. a wrestling match cere tonight !a straight rails. MILLER THREW HIS MAN Calumet, ifich., Jan. Mil- ler, welterweight champion of the world, tonight defeated Ted Tonnenan, of Illinois, !n two straight falls, catch as catch can', the first in twenty-four and a half minutes, and the second in tnirteen minutes, with head lock and scissors each Breezy Briefs game was at in a of wind anu snow, which .was 'bad for the players and worse for the 61 whom thero was a good ;rf Tatcr scored goal after t-ei wh'ich was the only ;score in the first half. .-'.'One minute ait-ef resuming play in second half, P.nclier Creek -got a Sam-Lahgiord Is hot going over to England until the second week in February. When Joe manager of Langford, heard that Tommy Earns, tha ''ex-teavyweight cllampioh, bad been.isjured in a rail- first- game held by the Curling Club rcaft wreck at Seattle; he changed his to a glorious fiDtsh ann te did it. All FOR THE PRESIDENT Sensational Finish to Great Day of Sport the Stanes and Besons Curling Season Here Opens With a Fine Flourish Score for Eight Games Ends in Tie Large Crowd Looks on It- was up to Dune Duff to bring the (enough to provide- excellent and ex- 'al! over J. V. Rodgcrs until the last Winter Sports arc oh mind about taking Langford to Eng- land on Jan. 7. "There-ia ho provision for lacrosse in the programme of the Olympic gameSjOf said N. K. Crowe, sec- retary of the Amateur Athletic -Union of Canada, yesterday. "My. last let- ter froiii the; Swedish committee, dal- baseball and other -team games; Foo ball; in. the game; is mar was soon replied to by ITabef..'-Firicher Creek got. even'again --ny'a goojl cdnib'ihatibn, at ter .which scored again, with a score goals each. ganie.was fast and fairly, even. ,Tab'er seemed unable to get in any of vtheir comhiination'work, as the Pinch- :er Creefcrsestette was'on the-job.--The game "have been very interest- ing 'loathe spectators' had it not .been entry programme." .v acted as referee, an v he arid satisfaction, The iine-up follows': Creek :A; McCulloca Point Citing spcrt. It 'iva? a strange coincidence that- iri foifr when in the ninth the la fe- the afternoon's and evening's sec the -game on ice figuratively UteraUy by making the the other rinks were through with IJieir gamSs when the DuS vs. Aird rinks had one cad to play. President Oliver's side was up fdur 6jx the other seven but Duft's rink was five with one end to play. One would tie tho score. .Up. to .the Aird was'lying foiir; It was up to, ,__._..._... _ flint .with his last it'Avas do or die it was sec-saw until ttie finish, Boyd ends never being considered safe until Dr. the last rock was in. Robinson made u couple .that loolied almost impos- On'tinii T. Macleod jan awfcy from W. Scott 'in the lasT six ends. Ahotnci close game Iwasplayed- in Having All of themf although he never rink 2-, between E inks skipped Kv.Joha than two at..a time .There .iv'icsed ou one ies the score was a tic, In the alter- record high score (or the day, with noon 4.6 all, and ia the cveriibj 38 all." six .inside and added five, more in the "Oh rink No 1, in -the atternoon the next .three ends. rinks skipped by" Hugh Boyd and S. i: There was kinds of excitement J, Shepherd had a great" struggle; tin "rink 3, where G. ff. Robinson's Shepherd's crew got away .tc a gfcat rink jo't th> Jong eiid.of 11-7 score start, making five on" the first three .from- K. D. Johnson's crew Every ends, but Boyd evened up in the next end was sternly contested, the skips two, dra win-; four: in. the fourth. Thea gettirig-in some very fine, work, tyro. was. ijscme ol Ins timer it Ou rock on an 6p.poh- ent's reck on the inside and lay. saue j ed probable, but that is the only team'and to the centre, a winner. A Scott and Harry Behtlcr, the formcc was-no -small credit in the victory as ramp rhf> inighty-sKb.iffc--went-'tip, -for almighty ahead, iO-S; although their Skip.'Scott had veteran vice lirtj'l i.AAn n HcDois, proprietor of the Uncle sam hotel. Owing to'the interest displayed by the residents of the town at the time the mercury was-: hovering about the minus '20 mark-on the thermometer, it Is thought that sporting.events of tne nature, will -become a regular feat- ure of amusement here. In respect to Sweet Grass has a reputation of never doing anything by Halves... The ..first .sensation in this created. In Montana last the local base ball team..won the .pennant .from .every northern Montana team played. 'The prize lighc was refereed 'by Con saeehan, of y weet Austtii Kice-was timekeeper. In commentini upon the contest1 Referee Sheehan said thaflt "-was.the best fight "he aver coaching from the And sporting toods for cold will be -whatryoini waiit. Out- stock repleto with anything and everything you can ask for and of til 'tro Al quality, the bWt 'PUNCHING we show would bjr'i or a FituieciaoniL Evtrrtliing' ehow in tho sporting ot superior make and sold at lowMt The Lethbridgc Sipprting GoudsiGo. Phont 1032 412 Fifth South Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE CATCHERS RANK HIGH LYNCH COMBINATION HAD IT ALL OVER AMERICAN BUNCH Pittsburgh, Dec. When it comes to mara'thohic catchers the" National "league has It" all orer the American league. Has the older .bet- ter catchers? 'Sure. At any rate, the i-ynch organization managed 10 work its way through the 1910 campaign with six less backeiops thai; did the circuit which is presided over, by B. Bancroft Johnson. Then, too, the Na- tional league catchers seem to be bet- ter able to. stand hard work than Anierfcan league receivers, for where tne American league had one catcher who caught; over 100 and who caught in more than the con- tests in by their clubs, tiie National hart three who left the century, mark behind and eight, who worked in- over half the games. "Uabby" iStreet, Vvashington, has heretofore been v long distance" J. Aird. On rink 4, C. G. had a i though beaten in the game., The Afternoon Games 'engagement, with special music from (outsltie Vice-President A. Hings Stewart J. -Feat They were not tne'oniy ones either !rink v.-hich ha said worked like a ma-! for.large numbers oi interested and pllt it ovcr. Q.-.S. j tutors attended ,-j Stacey's rink 13-8. Although the fin-1 The nnk.was-much score was not close, it was only ;c- R- YoUD5 ed by all. There are four Gne sheets i in the !ast threc that G-- Punning of ice, with good spectators' galleries j rjnk anc-adr taking "seven in the'jHugh JBoyd; skip, S. j Shephcr'd.siciD convemeocc and comfort, lor i McN'ahb demonstrated the fact j 12 "10 ity- Evening Games Some of tha1 players who bad play- i jng --ough chippy bufc.it was e'0od ed, in the afternoon were in it, again at night and toward the end of the games were noticed tiring Some- j what as several stoats were "hog- jgcd." The sweepers had to use cx- _ _ traordinary efforts to coax the rocks Lethbridge Hockey Team Falls With Terrific Thud in Their alons But itoe ffasa Bholclotoi Fresident H, J. GooOe .acore by.ends: iiqyd 'I....'. 0004, 1130, .1002. 0310. US? K. R. Davlflson A. Ii. Kastoa J. Scott, sKip, U. Nlramons it. Robson AV. H. Ha'ynes H. Bent ley 8 Score by ends: curling antl many .times the shouts cscott''___.. ...0012, 0311. First Provincial -League Game Macleod Team Did it Score 18-2 j of the. curlers applauded good shots Orf rink l Freeman's rink haii it .r- (Specfal to the Herald) -Macleod, Jan. iuacleod, IS, tells the story Very plain- Jy_of the initial clash tonight be- tween the two southern city hockey Seams of the District league. was Macleod aM the way. At no time did Lethbridge need io "oe treat- ed as serious contenders for the even- the first goal two mlnntes after the face-off, the next in six. then .ac they pieaaed, pretty well, until the call of "time, when IS goalr, had been totted off. The halves played-twenty-five minutes each way. .Alacbod scored ten in tue first and eight'in the '.other. Lethbridge got a score in each half. :ins-s honors. There was an occasional KeBer found the Ilm tallr -Hash of real 'abilitj-, which might have compared favorably with their oppon- but the visitors were outclassed by iiacleod in every instance. Jfacleoa rink, notorious for its for the Minars on a pass from McUlliis. McGillls made the second on a lilt from the sjde after the.puck came out of a scrimmage. inadequate size, had the Lethbridge: team handicapped as usual. A cJose !In -rhe bome t'am wen Gardner and Murphy fast; hard-cnecKSng, shJnney-lISc game t rc the Prlnc1PaI goal-getlera be- is tie style .which usually twecn thsm al1 ol -the inarms "gammon this rink, arid the; tores raay be divldcd- defence .Macleod boysVhave that down to a mated to Pul UP a ence. The Lethbridge septette, on game' but when the com other han-a, were-siaiply thc s'aP.eriorlty of the home snd out of their element a stonewall desription. and The home team deserve ail the St almnst score might Indicate. Each player showed himself to advantage. rink precluded having a judge of-play: he. would have been in the "road, it was thought' teams: Lethbrfdge CURLING A.T N.ELSON A Goal Point Macleod -McNeil j uunn McCorvie uuncan Mc'Jlll'.s uevine Kcrjer Cunningham Hover Centre Nelson. 13. coming of the New-Year was signalized by a sudden drop, the temperature yesterday. Tne skating and curling nnics both opened their doors ror a time tonight, there now being sufficient-ice. v o. A, Smith H. Alacb'ith J. Aird .3100, 1000, J. W. Bawdeu U. iSmUh." CampbeU A WONDES WITH THE GLOVES is a New York boy. who one day may wear the title of light-weight champion .of the catcher of: the -American-circuit, :but_; tnis year Gabby ..was a sufferer Tirith as well as "damaged dig- 86 games were all he- could play, as compared with his record of 137. in'- leJtVthe -premier honors for hard work to Bill Carrigan tnis.season, the catching 13.0 games. Stephens, of St. Louis, was next vrith 96, followed.by-Street, with 8G; Stanage, 86; Payne, of the White Sox .trith Sweeney, ot tne Yankees, with-71. '56 games was seen mdre "times bs- Und the bat -than tie other Nap -back- otops; Clarke .only 17 games because'of his attack of fever, some different from- his 1904 .-record with Atlanta, when he worked in 135 The manner in .he has cleaned j cuampionship games and 18 e-xhibltJon up ail of the men in his class who jcontests. J crossed'gloves with him stamps I On .the other hand the him as one of. tlie best light-weights in the- i'oung Brown is a Wg favorite .with'.the crowds who at- tend the New York fhjht clubs and no is.tn action'the spectators always get