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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'I'f Bowling MQNEY PRIZE IlOLLEKS SPOKANE EST FIVE-MAN TEAM 515co AT TOUR NAMENT Wash., Jan. 7 hundred said to be the largest "prize yet offered ou this conti- for the best five-man team, will be iaAvarded to the .quintet making the -highest score, at the annual lourua- "inept. of the Western Bowling Con- in 'Spokane the'middle of- March' Ctb'er prizes "will be in It .is" estimated there will be -at least fives, including seven teams of women, ,300. doubles .and more than A '10-day program. being arranged. Spokane Bowling. Tournament.jass.o- has been Incorporated under E of Washington officers to finance the' President, R. Lewis RutTer; Saturday, Jiniiiry 1911; Breezy Briefs Kausas'CJty, Jani-e.-x-J Mct'ariand, night-received a the Si or 'with Freddie has ofrere'd and 25 per ofjibe gross .receipts. .said he 'would: accept one jot I'ers, but did not know whicJi. Spokane and Eastern in event, the fight-will .J. Trust com'pany; place, in-England. promoter and patron of j V "r1 "r cleec sports; treasurer, W. D. ceriS-cashier of the Old National bank, secretary, WV C. Bell, representing the _ ;f. _.; WITH WELSH Rutter, accompanied ..by a ss.-jmen." of.. Spokane, I will "leave on a tour of and central states piijpg'.tn-a.. car. The party. ex- pecji in Chicago, x 'at 'points between Spxiiac'e after "which' 3Ir. "Kufter ,wfll -visit eastern a WANTS CORFU TO REFEREE AND dr. DATE MADE LATER r Kansas .City, Packey SIc- Farland, who j is here training for his fight with. vlohmiy McCarthy of San Francisco January' 9, said, tonight ar- rangeme'nts for his proposed battle vieio interestins boTr.lers in Ctoir a. go as far south ieles. thV-trip. looks for a -score .or, more, and Caii- idso that cities and 'fifty the with AVelsh had not 'been completed. McFarland: said he had informed the promoters "of "the match: that he-would 'unless Eugene Corri refereed. 'Chicago flsucer "also wants -.the twte Tor-the battle advanced about two making it take place during week; beginning- February 19. r.f.'Office'rs j of ihfe Western Bowling CoEgress-arfd ihe' tournament assbcia- tidit of "ers Wycm- the; Dakbtas" and' cities .in She. Plays in Town home ward'conies the golfing YjFiffi '-arid--tricks r serve: her- isd are her "stick's." girl FIGHTERS ARE TRAINING DUFF RNK IIOUS Speaking of safely razors and the scheme of. thVbdss barbers to charge per .haircut to the 'man' who shaves himself .the. plan, -The ulr timate producer .will cither lei'.: his hair-. or have the cut "it. r.There is uo money "iul j the barber business; or never was. i j Why are crowded with students Where the fascination in the calling DIDN'T THINK 17 'INNINGS A When. Rube Waddeli was burning up the American league for Connie Hack-in Milwaukee, which was be- fore v the team transferred to he made the wise sit up and take notice" one afterhooia. The Brewers were'playing the first of a double header went IT before Vaddell -finally beat Uie White who were' pUyiuf foam blowers.- I Waddeli looked- so good in that jElrit game that Mack decided to "use 'him In the second, and.said, the big; fellow walked thy bench, ,hot .'-aii'd' do you think you cau second "Don'c kuow until'1 get warmed announced the left-handed freak, as he-grabbed a .towel and bopped bis face. WOLGAST SOON ALL RIGHT A THIRD BASER A. Manager Guarantees He will Meet'MemsIc Feb..22'-.'' Kansas City, .Jan. vate telegram from .Tom Jones manager of: Ad in Cadillac, Mich., to a friend here today says positively the light weight champion ''will' fight George Slemsic on Fob. 22. Physicians, says .Jones, "examined Wolgasfs injured arm today and. assured the fighter St.would perfect.. condition at. the time of ,the match. 3 U RN S AND H 0 G A N A R E G ETT I NG R E AD Y' '.FO H BO U B ETTl N G V -'Is A' BAN A BOOST an Francisco, Jan." .r Frankie who.' is 'matched to fight "One 'Ro.und Hogan before 'the Athletic" Club, vwili begin- training1 for the ma'tch'some time this week.' Burns .has engaged ..quarters ..in Qialdand: .who' 15. an enthusiastic, sium would rather box "than eat, ae says, acd has yet made tie lieVwas.puc of condition when vhe'' entered. the ring" for a" fight ipllowirig-, the footsteps of j Nelson and other fa-' mdnsjjighters. has hunting, present huntin ERER S A S- G OOD AS "LAST YEAR" WILLING TO HANDLE -AND-MAKE aockej-3-.secretary rwh'o passed yesterday ai- CHAMPION, MAYBE >K compaaj Tvith the other members of "jthe creamery septette, the Wanderers every other-teamcin the National Les.suc.-s. i i -i i -mr iV was in tne iiiin-rate-noining ciass a ai .weatner the best jsonspiel ever held m Macleod prac- long -time The "hope" i .'will beat Jack-Johnson or die in the j" tlCallv-ended tonight after lasting three 'da-VS, with" last hunch being about during the past, campaign., ._. v wnat .hapyen a-'games-on renriant: for'the'.wants'ana livers ov-: 7 thVtechnicality. "This straS-.parade of tnfe.-.piayers to the club- i otic move on his part resulted in the _ _ 5 I winning -of rthe pennant by the. Cubs, The mogt about Rig- 6 caused his name-to occupy a .promi- eohinetv THIS CHICKEN HAS FOUR LEGS t Cincinnati, Jan. Thoraaa Tan- 5 'E2rr proprietor of a laioon at No. 1249 nent 'place in every sport page -for-; T.onths and made him the most talked; of paraoh in baseball. l-w-hen While fandom 'knows a lot' about; quite a mote' Evers, is'better acquainted iC53 thc National League umpires. Ask of them for an opinion of they will reply that he is a wonderful bail player. If yo.u go further and ask any'o' the arbitrators if they are West Sisth street, has one of the'fond of him, they will reply that he freaki ever railed in a fine1 the ball field. If Tafaer made six of their total nf eight in ,first half. Lethbridge didn't have, much of a "W. H. thing in the first half. Duncan ram-1 Left'Wing i-Tuires more than ordinary talent to one at the net, but apicGIUls......Centre.......Barber! on ice. The 'n the goal wasn't letting those am is-, certainly not extraordinary j "ind slip hy. 7he Scoring fide, of-battle took Its logical The Lclhh'nd'ge lone tally carac in half: in a satchel, as they proved in a like manner with 'A combination pf "five" Cookcs, hns- ky, daring, and skilfal ones at that. re-fii compete team fide, of-battle tooklts logical Tne Lelhbnd'ge lone tally carac in half: course. the cighr jninptes after the sound of Baird, Taber Hne-op-of the home team was nojH whistle fqr'-ihc second j Barter Taber best: tiiat LethbridgeVcan ''the local cover 5Harv-r' Tahi Both and Dixon, .who. "are puck-put of a scrim mage eiscM il "through% the net. .-loawa, Ttoer Barber, Taber Tnere was one player c-a the homeiy j j. wnose showing was equal to i G' the and to Duncan! Second half: may De glvea the credit for most'of T. Cooke. Taber T. Cook AlcCorvie----Rover......J. E. Cook Stcadman Baird; BAKER AND SKELDINTr First .Round ......11 .....16 'v...ir ...in ...10- the rated as'.star perform ersr.werc not in the game. Dunn was sick and J3ixon unavailable. It was a broken, and .defeat was staring them- in the face at the out- set. Manager Patnam was to fcet 4 teairi on tie ice at all, as it jras not late' in the 8 Maclean ......10 Duff Primrose .....-v3 minutes .....f 7- minutes j Bojd minutes' .....11 minutes; Perkins .....14 minutes Binzham Callie Wilson Struthcrs Harris Bovle 5 3 jt U -a rour-Ief ged chicken that hops around and is a great pet Tne cBkken was raised by Tan- ner'i father in Kentucky, and'was sent your curiosity Is still unsatisfied and you ask how Evers acts on the dia- .mond, nvost of them will "say: "Johnny is all right, but he Is an awful 'crab.' though't necesBajry-'Cof'c of the Chicago pisyers. A few.daym prior to'this happening he had'sAaken the hand of our 'dfitinguiahed dent, William few caused Evers to. Mr. Rig- ler waa w> he de- cided to pride. Just ar- ranged a pet of the chicken and difficu3t ,to win an argument bench that a tape Weaiure would hare tntikt it OWM the Mtloon acd is ?vers b'attlc of repartee, ana [given his chest expansion at some-' proua of the attention it attrac'f not be shoxm up they al- thing like fifty ttood The cnickea four oerfect way8 ?et ;rld h'm tefore really! at the plate about to anwwnce the and feet. -It uses two of up The aubs' second-1 batteries, Everi-itrode majesUcally sacker has bad his share of disputes j past him. Of the crowd to Tanner waen a -few weeks old. He Umpires will tell you that It is -_ 7 j j-regular legs in iralking -and soine- Cafderwood scratches up tbe dirt with one or extra less. Ttee real VK it pnta exlrx legs Dufi ,.19 minutes! 7 minutes Uie sWlI displayed by the team. HoKeber, Lethbrtdge s minutes wag here, therev and everywhere, and Barber, ,a4 minutes DuiT Young Matthews ._ R Struthtrs ......13 Maclean -___7 S Primrose Semi-Finals 7 Bovd" _ I 8 Finals Duff _ f.. 2 to Is la cnaetaf 4of out of he wheaereT' there K anything to Tanner says tbe chicken can'raa'ratt on two of legs and other two to fiffct (he dog with. it always iises OM ef the to clean Its "bill. Tke chicken is eight months old and with all tbe members of the National League staff, but it seems as if Evers has disagreed a trifle more with Um- pire Rigler than any of the other arbitrators. Evers and Rigler have had any number arguments, and while the former has .often had a shade la ei- of, repartee, still Rigler never to get the decision by asserting his divine right to shoo any athlete he desires, from yard. well satisfied with its ceiitl- Now there are mighty few xswpires fede-llke existence. in a moment, and laughed with delight at the. evident" embarrassment of the poor ump. Quite a few of the fmas added choice verbal comments situation all the WOPS trylag. Even went to hie position' at -second but that's all he did do for th'e cIuBhousc.'" Tfreri nation ha? seTeral -'lieu each' time. t :hln -tW. [who possess a better