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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TPITE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, January 5, Athletics BAH! RAH! GET HARD RAP HARVARD'S PRESIDENT DENOUN- Ota COLLEGE CHEEKING AND RAGTIME Jan. college theenng' and ''ray time" were de- -Bounced by President Lowell, of Har- University, the Music Teachers' National ABociation. He i'One of the tidest tliings Is to go Into a fathering "of college men or eren alaninl and 1 note tfre kind of 'music have at their "It is ragtime, and ragtime of very poor quality. They teem to care very little for good -What want is a catchy iing, something they can join in their voices in or- ganiied cheering. to Exprtfis Emotion "Of the nieens of expressing emo- organired cheering is the worst from point of view. It is bad for the throat for one thing. ICM modulation, less means hes OJC- preaeing and varieties of emo- tion of any kint than any other form of ezpreeaion a foghorn. totaBy in Our the power of any of the finer quatttiee of emotion in common. Their effort takes a ooareotional form which to barren meagre and i poor. Why Not Have; Real Music effec-tive aad natural fora of eip sewing emotion is music. The plioe of real expression of emo- at alumnf dinners has been taken !by organized cheering. That shows that men who have the highest edu- cation we give are wholly lacking LATEST VIEWS THE HERALD'S KELLEY TO BACKUP CLAIM WILL FIGHT ALL COMERS MIDDLE-WEIGHT CHAM- PIONSHIP ,New York, Jan. to de- feat all the tsp-aotch middle weights in America before the return from Aus- tralia of Billy Papke, Hugo Kelley yesterday-, issued a challenge to the winner of the Frank ManteU-Jack Sullivan fight; which will be held at the; National Athletic Club here to- night. ...By beating all corners Kelley hopes to .perfect his claim to the title of middleweight champion of the world. A match between Papke and the best of those now in the United States, pre- sumably Kelley, probably will be ar- ranged'.when Papke returns from his Australian .'tour. Wiesttina BAN JOHNSON OPPOSES IDEA MACHINES MAY; CHAMPION SCULLER HELD OUT FOR LOCAL LAD WANTS A WRESTLING MATCH is an organization city known as the Lethbridge -Athletic club, aad they are about ro start some- thing unprecedented here in the way of a challenge. The following letter received by tha Sporting Editor of the Herald is c self-explanatory: "Three members of the Lethbridge Athletic, club will wrestle any three lads of "the same-weight, viz.: 120. 130 and HO pounds respectively, In the city of Lethbridge, the best of three rails, catch can style. Any- that ..wicked New York -one- wishing: tcTtake up this challenge In-tfcoee more delicate qualities of I emotion. jeasrs expression has be- tome; shallower and feebler. There wmr practically no cheering when -I "waa In eallege. If we are right in say- :ing is the natural form of expressing at the present day, Oils preeent condition" of music 'is a algn that educated' people rule no emotions that are worth ci- preaalcg, or that are signally-de- ficient in the art of-expressing emo- Aie latter, I think, is true." DICK ARNST APPEARS TO BE IN HANDS OF VERY BAD" ADVISERS Ricbard Arnst, champion sculler of 'the world, is hi bad color in England since the return from Sputh Africa of Guy Nickalls, the noted amateur oarsman, who has charge of the ar-. rangements for the Arnst-Barry race on the Zambesi. The fuiids for the race turnish- ed by Chartered company, the purpose being the advertisement of the attractions and resources of that part of South. Africa. Mr. Nickalls made an extended 'statement verifying the report that he had Jbeen held up. by Arnst for an ad- ditional .for. expenses, though al-_. ready allowed The New Zea- lander refused point blank to on with the race without the extra in- admitting that he had originally agreed to accept which the company voluntarilly in- creased by ?250. It was then Thursday morning, and he said, "Unless 1 have. the money I. shall pack up and leave Mr. Nickalls said, "We call that black- mail in but "Arnst "did not care what Englishmen call it. Special trains had .been.ordered for the race, a launch had been specially too bad "it sems a-pity, bread and other things ;iby pounds and biraces, -But; really, dare- risk when cornea to Yasaar it jPor hare a uuyera valT.nwst'rue. teavinesB that 'to communicate 'with Secretary Mc- Henri, 242 Westminster road North, or "phone.. 1320." LOf course, it must be taken for granted that -this is a strictly., amateur challenge, the professional game beinj 'practically barred in the As to the incident of iha man Suth- erland who wrote to Mr. Spencer Ool- lan with the.object of inducing him to get Barry and Arnst to row an ar- ranged Nickalls (tils a cur- ious story. "When the letter from Sutherland was shown to Arnat was furious, and having talcen a copy of the letter original is still in the possetison of .Mr. Spencer his intention of pitching Sutherland out of his camp. Arnst is said to have done so, and as Sutherland was not seen on :he day of the race; it was assumed that the threat had been out "The said Mr. Nickells, "is shown by this, photograph of Arnst, Floyd and Sutherland, taken in com- pany on a shooting expedition about a week after race. I have two cop- ies." Perhaps Arnst may be invited to iv in England, but it doubted. He is evidently in the hands of very bad advisers.-. built d taken out from and many -white men -'were to attend the race. The race had to take place. There tvas no way Mr. Nickalls in the end had given.- Arnst. a personal cheque for dated ion the day of tne race. "Had he not sale Mr. Nickalls, ?rouidj have stopped Hockey Wai Play Hockey Here Tomorrow SAYS EASTERN REQUEST WILL BE THROWN OUT Chicago, Jan. the officials of the American -Association and tlie Eastern League appeal tojhe National Baseball Commission which meets in Cincinnati next for higher rank, their reqest will, be: refused, accord- ing'to B. B. Joh'nsoh, president of the American League; find member of the National Commission. "I don't think the American .Association or'fiastern League will ask to.be promoted or .to be permitted to withdraw peacefully from ;the National said Johnson last night. .'The request will be and if either of the leagues attempt to jump over the traces'th'ere will be something stirring in the rank of organized baseball." New York, the tntereets. under tbe juriadktloa the Jockey club try to ha've the new Leg. tsiature at Albany favor tip. on a measure that wHl ptri- mutual bet flag oil Is the Question that Wiag discussed in racing circlea .This form of bettingbaa rsc- ing in Kentucky and it will soon W in rogue throughout Canada, it la Mid. The Toronto and-'Montreal have already decided to try the Mu- tual machines and will bar book- makers. Ai there kaa a .wide- spread outcry against the' bookmak-. lag element there to bo an im- pression that big ican racing affairs fare raady to turn to pad-mutual which coverni speculation exclusively Uermany and Ruaeia. Mr. Butter. "Wolgast is afraid to- light. Owen declares Battling "I have been defeated by both men, and I "know Moran is the better pugilist. He is a who couldn't dent'a pan 'of ".Tommy Knockout Bi'osvu TV-ill come together "In a-: ten r ound af the Empire A.C. of Har- lem on. the night of Jan; 5.' This will be the second time they have .fought. Brown had the better of prev- ious, go. -Zbyskco has posted :ot-a, side bet of to meet'Gotcb. for.the world's-TV resiling championship? Gotch wants a side Set of that amount..... W.B.Sherman Manager Phone 646 WECIAL-FI id The lights at the rink are being repaired as rapidly as poeEible, but they will not all be in shape by tonight for nockey. which will preclude the Idea of holding the city league game between' Msc- -leofi'B and the' Lawyers. There will be sufficient hffet for it is expect- Here Tomorrow .Arrangements nave -been made the Lethbridge and Taber .District .-league, "teams scheduled here, tomorrow.-The puck will be'-fared ".at 8.15 o'clock, sharp. Mr., Not Affected Receti-tniarrle (throwing down bis newspaper with a gesture of dis- "f another spoke in the T wheel or the wagon that will take us to apples have gone up Y. a "j" Mrs.: Recentmarrie. barrel? that: won't affect, us, .know we always b.uy our apples by the half peck.; president of the Empire. City Racing association, who it now In Ban .Fran- cisco, in an interview the other, day, was quoted laying, that.'the mu- tual system would> be accaptad by the racing Intoroata'in if it could be affected ac. a solution of the present embarraaaing situation here. Oscar Battling NtUon, former lightweight .champion, in tho role of -That waa the propo- sition put up tp.the Htgewiach..fight- er by the representative of He assured Bat the act would be a "scream" if placed on tho vaudeville stage. Nelson .replied tho scheme ail Bright ti> him and that he waa "willing to do the public was willing to' see..' More- the vaudeville taste .yearned to see him in the role of Hamlet, Bat said he felt Quite in view of recent happenings.Tto play1 the part a "Melancholly a star aggregation on the' "ice, and the famous C'ooke brothers, live in ail. who are comprised in the Taber line-up will have TOOK MINUTES TO DECIDE CHECKER MOVE :A] Eight arid" a Half minutes to make a ;the time for this move from the Uitt move in checkers.: That is what time one by Smith's'opponent-. it took -plaVsr in .the" Toronto Chess Cliib's .cliecker tournament re- to extend, a look in. wki sU him Rmith so as not to We so. as not to be "personal.... -After, stroking his facial he. dug his hands deep down in his trpuser.. pockets and stretched out limbs .as a PY-P17PTQ strctcnea OUL ms; j sort di" muscle- meanwhile TO BEAT PINCHER CUKLERS MONOPOLIZE.RINK, PRE- VENTING PRACTICES BUT HIGH studying the; board, in f rent of him with, a "stony .gazeT' Everybody Seemed Involved Quite a crowd looked on -around the table" where .the match was in progress and an uninitiated spectator would be .led to believe that! a great national {'problem -was about 'to be solved; so Nothing Doing as Yet The watch showed that five minutea had and: no been. made by. either of tlse playeri.- Thli may not be record by any means, but if there are aaylonier.walta; for. a more to be made than thia one, they had best have the -booby. wait- ing outside for a certain. gent U be is forced to be witness.; Finally Smith put hand to his forehead and he was going to move. But it was the same, thins gone orer again with, the band digging, deep Into his trouser pockets, etc., aod the hope. that bad sprung into life so suddenly disappeared as Quickly as It came. Jan the skating deepiy interested appeared the specta- i rink is being nsed by the curlers Ibis tors. Not a word-uor a move did the jreck the hockev team no onlookers; all eyes" were prrv.ctice at si! for their game with centred "on board... Smith' was Pincher Creek next Friday night at .figuring out" .his .move; and tak- Pincher Orek, but at the same plenty He.tilted cy: expect 'to win the game Ms his 'head a'little and then resting his ..head on both hands, The'team that Supported by Miss Adelle Nickerson and Excellent Company v In a feature production of Mr. Dodge's own dramatic version of Goethe's great mythological poem The employees of the C P. R. sta- .'tion have cballanged! the Yard Office ff to a game of hockey "and the [game will be played next Wednesday i night sn'd'is expected to be fast as there if jfixxi material on both teams. a One of the greatest plays of this or any age FRANK LOST BEATEN BY COLEMAN IN FIRST GAME OF THE PASS LEAGUE Frank, Jan. local hockey team vitited Cpleman on Monday, to play the first of the scheduled fames of thi Crbw'B Neat Paaa; League for Almoet a Calamity Time pawed aa a ttene straight, at'the board [o; a minutei twitch otL the face, and thec suddenly with a Jerk pull his hat down over his.eyes slightly again n its original position! Like so-Many Mummies Nobody moved as yet, not even the onlookers, and the tension to the writ- er, "who.'does not believe he blessed with the patience of a checker player, became almost unbearable. Smith would then at each and to the moves he could "between six checkers hie surely could'not in-.an off-hand way decide: which one to move, for Smitb. hooker would take going through. Lake Ontario against a head- wind. Somebody had the nerre to whisper to another onlooker about move that he had' discotored, and ,thought would turn the one lof. the player's favor. the whisper told -the spectator-to-keep his opinions to hlmaelf, aa when in- terrupted he had all'oVer with his thinking. Thk outbui-at from Smith, was likened to a judge pasting death sentence on .a man for murder, for the' one spectator, who waa there just to look en, was on the' point of grabbing his hat and beating it but the door, wfien Smith two fingers over the board aad: poising them there for a second.or. twt> finally grabbed a checker and made his more as the stop-watch clicked the handa to a stands till and It had takes eight is a good checker player. Then start-j and a half to make this more ed the twining or the" same digits In i that a grocery itora oheektr player a manner :that had one of the onlook-! might hare sttde In two aad' the___ i A rery inttrealing game played and creditable to bottt -teams, al- though, partly aa a result of Insuffi- cient practice and partly a streak of illfortune. Frank toat. The was Coleman 10, Frank 2. The Frank team waa composed as follows: Stan-ley .Rourke, goal: C. Poliokow- sky> point: A. ftughea, cover point; Richard MeGowtn, r. wine; W. Scott, L. Wing; -T. Macleod, rover: RobL Me-' Gowaa, ceritre. Frank won jroul and at the end of the flrtt the score Hood tie. IB next Coleman won four goals aad four also In the last quarter. Altogether the game was well 'worth and premise of Tcry match ee before the season's close. era almost on the verge of doing some- thing rash. .With a stop-watch in hia with the reaulta. And they do aey tew hand the said spectator wan oiLchius Canadian Pacific Railway FIRST ANNUAL EXCURSION 1 The Inventive Parent I noUced that Knewpop I had electnc lights put on his lawn last luoi'fner. i aad also has a haby. sliiig jut on his lawn mower. He figured if Us haby waa wakeful. !M wonid to walk trlta it, tfee.t he mjikt pcsa the lawn SPOKANE, WASH., TUES., Tickets on sale Jan. and 17, '11 Final return limit, 90 days FAKE FROM LETHBRIDOE TO Secure your seats early time, I oftem teem cone frwi the IWWM sA ura on the pwt, tke in the cling aM Mm out job. BY SPECIAL TRAIN FROM ANGELES AND RETURN: LOS Going .and rtturnina via Spokane fcoing via Spokane, returning via Seattle Above fares Include berth and meals from Spokane oa trip.- For Information regarding these and other excursion rates, apply to neereet C.P. Ry. Agent, or to R. G. McNEILLIE, District Pawenfler Afent, Calflanr, Aha, ;