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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE .LRTHBHI'DOI? DAILY HERAT.n. THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1911 DEFEATED LOCAL TOSSERS Qu ntets From the South Pu' Up an Exceptionally Fast Brand of Basketball JUNIOR GAME Stirling Jimlori........ Ltthbrldge High School SENIOR GAME Stirling 1-ethbrldge Y.M.C.A...... I was i, excellent work nil through game, antt mmlo one of the nicest shots of the evening's Roberts and God- win at gave theic men plentj" ot work', but. were tiandiravpcrt, as the whole ieain, by playing 2 against heavier men. Atlin, playing BITS OF SPORT I Bonr.el 4 Williams Godwin's position in the second half, dirt very good work. Doth teams entered tho secor.d halt 17 with a rhangtd line-up. For Stirling, Micltlson started at mitre, Steed One. o! the best exhibitions ol team 'EOjng tc guard, replacing T. A. work and passing, along with amir- spjckman, Sieeii soon toot his tilrt ate throwing, that the basketball fol- at centre, however, Mlckclsoii lowers of Lsthbtidge have ever wit- Koin.. to guarii. victor sPicimaii re- nesseJ. was put up at tlie Y.M.C.A. navis at tlw bJginr.ins ot the gym list night when the two Stu- session. i rte ling teams mixed it with the l.eth- For the CaMey toot McCain's ki bridge boys. The Stirling lids cer- posjtjon a( centre, McKain playing outclassed the local Jossers in eailey's former plow. Aliin replaced both games, but everyone went away Godwin at guard, periectly satisfied with the entire The tcnras lincd up as toilow5 program. Stirling Juniors High School The Stirling Juniors and the local E. V. Spaceman 16 Murray 13 Jligh school boys took -the floor first, n. Holman 12 both sides putting up a neat and Y. Spaciiniar. 12 clean performance all through the H. Brandley game, but the locals were unable to D. Weaver 3 stay with their men and allowed the A. Ostlund 3 Stirling team to rum away with the Stirling ball. On the deter.sive, however, the A Brandiey S lioys did very good work, finding the p 4 basket for a total score of 23. Stir- ling being equally good on basket shooting and having freer use of the Ijall ran up 44 points against them. "SOME GAME" The "Invincibles" and tlio "Y" bri- gade then took the floor and iramfr- j diatcly started in to play the very fastest, kind of ball. By quick pass- ing and accurate throwing the Stir- ling boys scored in thejitst 30 sec-! onds of play. Then taking the ball in nearly the same way proceeded to duplicate the stunt located In better formation, and held them in- tighter. At this stage, the paying on both sides was eiccediDg- Iv fast and clever. The Steed broth- He Promises to Combine Bus- iness With Experience in National League Xpw (By Herbert Daloy) York, Jin. J. was lately released as presi- dent of the National league. It is --ndest word -which can be used. McKain playing 'Governor John K. Tcner, of Pennsyl- vania, Tvaa electod president of the National league. Prom the point ol visw of the club owners, a change "was and tho change was j made. In days there is no sen- I tinient in the business end of base- oh where, havo tho bowlers Evno? Letlibrlrtso used to be n live -Hnjj tOivii, but this winlor the ?pi-.ri seems to liavo had a lit ot the tloUiamis. Thoro arc some At tvund- in the burs, too. 'SuinUer? Doveroaux Is his namo. Hie ono ibat lio signcri on Ills contract, but "Whlsiiering Willlo" or "Hrick" Js what the fans ot CaUforula call tho man who lo manage tho Hronchos next season. His contnict received, ant! sealed, yr-stonl.iy ai tor- noon and President SEUU feeling bettor now, ball PLA-A-A-Y ntonj Jan. 6. The first base- game of 19H was played on. O. F. Steed 31 A. M: SlerJ S T. A. Spackman 6 Stirling 51 V. M Dunsworll Campbell 6 Kobeitson Y. M. C. A. Carley S MacKcnzie S McKain 3 Godwin KirtPrts Allin C. A. 17. hall tiny more ilian there Is any sea timent in the most heartless corpor-: It matters not that Tom Lynch was honefil, fearless and ear- nest in the adutlnlati atiori of. ais dif- not lbe and ?uper- he (n. eti hfs r was must rft'iizo NOTES ON THE GAME ficult office. He i l. .V FRANK WOOD The Toronto Y. M. C., A. bay who broke the world's record for the 25 yards 'back swim lately. Most of Meets Have Dec Mori in Favor of the Iron and Dr. Scott Will Again Act :is Starts Miiy 16th, at Calgary Ferre, TJiere is no tnifli in do minor tlmt Vuggsy will biio Giants to next month for f-pri training. That Is only n little joke of the weather man. There were 100000 spectators at a J scccer match at Glasgow THE OFFICERS 1. G, Rut- tie, Calgary. A. North Eattlrford. L. Richardson, Calgary. Bell, Winnipeg W. L. Smale. Brandon; R. W. Kamlll, Reglna; W. J. Stark, Ed- monton, "Zefce" MicVelson, tho bus'iy Stir- I'.iui as .1 man who was lir-tj warrior, who playctJ centre in -i'residrtit of t'se National league, as the last half, may be a Steal taw- he was a_n umpire tu the pamo Lethbridge_ thrn boned recruit, aud at the game, years In-fore, But thpy hut he took, the banter of tin? crowd j welcome tho advent of n man whom like a good-natured chaser, jtliej hiivo every reasna to relieve is i as big r.nd hroad and strong im-jHrJly j SJistfiir: at Hi A. Frank Steert is a whirlwind wizard I as he is ble and broad and sironc "on Ininixor. EIM Iheil with the ball. He that repula- physically. JOHD K. it and did deadly execution, A. M. play- tioni anti deeds iast fully ing guard, capturing the ball, would it. His spectacular shots it nearly the length ol the floor from every cuncoivable position, were TO O. F. Steed, who, with almost as unerring as an Indian's arrow, unerring aim would drop it In the calling forth expressions ot admira- hasict. This play was of the big tton Irom every ian. features of the game. II is hard to _____ point out ac individual star on the- The referee was a trifle slow in i wU'1Gut "pcoacli. he has rare ,r The Dri3nd of put up BtirlTng team, all being so eicellent calling the ball at This might Force and Great Capacity on tho artificial rlnlis al ihr roast in their playing, Lut those at- have an advaatage to Leth- and withal 1s kindly and considerate !thls not Phasing fnn3 very .tending u-Hl cerUinly not forget the bridge, but the Stirling boys fnvari- j Not ?o long ago he wr.s drlMn? out welL Don't Wamo it on Uio artificial i the Steed brothers. V. emerged from the tussles ahrail to the links in his aulomoblle for a ,Icc thol'2h. in ;in. i OUR pf my best and dearest :ricnds knows him welf, and he (ells me that !ie has ail those qualifications T.-hkCi sportsmen admire. Apart f.-oni park. liis record aa govo'.Tior oi P I I'unJa, w'hlch from fill accon i witliGut reproach, he has rare Force and Great Capacity from all of the ciiiix-i represented arid l that oil excellent proff.iain in prospc-ct. yt-stenliiy nppoiniMl Jnnirg Osliornc. of lyn, Now Yos-k, ns st.ivtcr in the run- rrtcos, .intJ Dr. Jt-'in Scolt, of I'corla. Ulhiois, starter for nil harness OVPIUS. with tho oxcoptloti of ilioao in tho early turf club' moot P. Doth of (hose men said rccrptnrj- liich- anlson, havo riailonal roiniiatlons anil thc'r npvotntincnt bo sure, lo Iteerinn. under which mpfit wilh apiuoval, in the races lu the Western Canada cfr-j vlow of tho Cact 1'1C-V cuit will bo coiulnctpd in 191 1 ar.rt ue- snttsfacllon last year. tnils of the racft wero ills-! Anionp I'-iose present at cusRixl at a tiH-etiug of Uie Western nicoilns T. Kldcrkin, Canada Fair and Racing j May, chnirjna.'i of vncinir foiumH- Some day crowds like I iirld iu iho Itpgina Kxhihl- i tff> oF tho Krtniontoii asso- this are expected in Canada at similar 1 offices, S earth street, yesterday. Cation, .West, vlco matches, says the dcptster in th; Olllrers tlio aurl other the I-'-Jmonton nssocJation; ]T. Toronto Star. Jn the mean tine soc- from cities of (lie Saskatoon ccr clubs will manage to plug along era Canada in larpe Tin-f Club an11 I'xhl'jitlon a few thousand lest.........' nnmtors and the dis- York ton Turf Marslmll, Mien. Klndljr cend me a cam- ple of Plls Remedy, at once, by mail, FREE. In plain Namo City sports all the way through. They a square deal and their manner usually gftta it for them. No town in 'the south can teach them anything about good nature. I HUM'S hoping Lethbtldgp. hands the lame sized bundle to Moose Jaw. i 1 Williams and Campbell held t thoJr end of the junior game. j Murray is little but oh my, he is j certainly Ihcu. Made n of the i 23 points for Joe Krandley was ai tlio is Stirling's chief I Lovers of tho game have rpaeon to be dear, aatianed. HOOT, MON, HOOT! C'oom, rin frao we en I or ha" 'An peaky nn agnates fetchtin', Coom break frno thot an1 a' The bu' con they wrochtiu1. The loch's embosser! by An' hankers, Inlrris, an' cottars Al] Scotia's ha sll-Un' tons O' Btano L'o'T waters. 'An' yo w'nld prnncfu" b--iiti I Than any hin'ln', Coino ye aroo.'i, show yt> coon Tho tonny fiklll In citrlfn' Kotch COLLAR, Thn c Han naetliirif: M.IL'S ivarmlu eV--n t-he Aul l.o frnrin', Wn on tap as Vrlcsso Tribune. performed a trepanning operp.ijon IIL an effort tn reniovo a clot which (ho state nlle.crod imtl bct-u cd by KIL.BANE MATCHED New York, Jen. Ki the feather otfortd n match with F Flomlp.ff, ilso cr.Tck Cjvnarlinn fc tho title. In one minute nrul ti'iirteon Hccomla, Ranrlpmon Ulnke, tho latest Knfr- L "whito wna onro a soliUer In iho Hrltlrh anoy. Mo Hrst fir.inod an a tighter wliNe nrmy in Ir.dln, Liking f.-urt lit forty csl'I iihtCif-s and winring the niMdle'.vciitht anil jjioLieliljm of ilio land Ilio return to Eiur'.ind the most pro- weight, In ono of the throe ton- hM in ftc. frro that with KM" si na lio O'.it ro ,1 ywHi-ht In 1 c-i; iralfp wc-'-fls only nbnut Ififi Cnipntitlnr Ir- ently in nt 170 pnumlp. nixies kufw-lu'cl out rarneritlc-.- r GUI; tin at Kr.i Ilill. at that time 'roun.l b ntfl tin Garden A.f. nrc I repraiJed la THH l.l.Ni: lo uir> v.'iirn htivlur rein- llvts .ind frlPifilK out to CAMA.OA FIIUM 'J'HH fll.l) CrULMllY Trie her uiifj- CCllB.l III COMl-OHT The new twin screw carrylm; mid (II) Cabin tlilril rjriaa only, AMIA.MA Al.AUMA ifJ.Hia Kit eh Were to thci CANADIAN SERVICE rtnlrte with IMS. .mil c.ry l.oiitigD. Gyinimslum, Draiylnr Huoni, Smoking Roam. Oycn and Vr i .UFRONIA 10.000 tons 1.003 tons ant-. clanB (Jl> CaMii and ciRia only. PaANCONiA (DOW 1011} IS tons and Thtrd Carry IUK 3coa The Cunurtl Company alio maintain lOT-vleea befweon New York, Oueeiistown. KJrtijniant. Jjvai pod. TtoJtlon. FlsliRHRrd. Liverpool. New York, Adriatic. Includ- Ir.y the fastfcit ateciincrit in the world. n la." and Uiifu.1' Now bulidlny Jwr Canadian Service: S.S. "AL'IIA.M.V TOM For daiorlptlva Hisratuj-s. i-m- InSB, fttr., to any or or THB STKA3UHIF COMPAQ V, I.TIK XOJ Muln St., WIRE OFFER TO JOHNSON San Francisco, Cal., Jan, cablegram has been sent to Jack Johnson by local promoters offer- jng him a fight with Gunboat Smith for the heavyweight cham- pionship of the world, the bout to held acrosa the Mexican border at Tia Juan a, Lower California, July 4 next, just four years from the day Johnson defeated Jim Jeffries. Smith, H is said, wilt- ling to bind the match. enthusiast ic liaskcMbali gntr.c was lirlii at Ihe K. A. cym on Tiicsi'ay n.gtit belwcrti ynmr.ti First and MagraAh, score licing in favor ol Ray- iiiorul. Tim junifiv boys oJ Mapr.ith played oft Uvn gnmcs. They ficleal- cit Kirj-l Ward, but Josl fo Second. SAY THE TROUBLES ARE NOT NUMEROUS Cincinnati, Jan. explain- ing tlio list of requests nindo Ijy tin; Piaycra PralornUy, the baseball mdR- natpft ntid others lo Ilio number of ono hundred wore tlio guestfi of Aug- ust Horinatin at a dinner In hotel nt H-trtch tho niceKng of tho National Comnilasltfti la being" hold. During tho (liniiGr there '.vnro many spccoliea In which It was brought out thai there aro !f Any, vita! iltrfltultlcB lietn-pon tho plfcyeifl nnd tlio olnh owners. Ban Johnson, preaidcni of tlio American ICHRIIO n.ud tncm'iicr of Die ratd tlio diBputpa could Imvn boon "purity and readily adjust- ed had it not licen for ihp. lawyer- prcflliletU of tho fralemily, Fiiltx." HARD TIMES IN THE EAST Toronto, Jan, font huuiJrcil iiH-ii have laUl off by the rafhvayrj hrrn (hjrijjjr (ho two vi'oeks ami iiinro art) to follow. OF THE C1 BLADDERS. 24 Hourss in a fnlliliK 3 K. i Crammlnc rfown food. And rushing to Itidsalraight io dys- pepsia, with all it means la Pror-sr habits o[ eatlny, wUh a N.i-Dru-Co Dys- Tablftl aittr each mnal. gcod Hc.i, health and happiness, A boi of Na-Dru-Cc Pyi- p-prla Tablds costs but 50c. at your Drug knd Chem- IcaJCo, of-Canada. Limited. ;