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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD Monday, -Tannnry BasffiM M TALE FANS THE HERALD'S VETERANS TOGO ALL READY FOR AL LEN-ATTELL -BATTLE Y., "doubt at refct in regard to the Attfll and Allen boat here on .Jin. 23 in the Alhambra by the receipt of'the signed team' who defeated 4. Victoria team by 4- faon? the champion, eicept; for restricting .the tFHINX .PEAKS AF SILENCE ON SAD AFFAIR AT RENO fatal wordi have, been Af- :of, waiting, months of epee- on the part of the one-time of the7 great the .big the white and all the it, thia of many classes has loosed a con- .i..-, _.- Eleventh Hour Talk J.' Jeffrie He ;It ie laieTin the day to oome to bat -any aikh feeble explanation aa It doea not sound convincing it win sympathy for the man once considered inrlncible What purpoee such a ataitement ao late not clear. I hare a ftua- but" I hope It is .unworthy oi Let u pray' that thia dope talk t preHminary to an- "that Mr.: Jettriea. will re- for'a briew farewell it at several hundred dollars list The articles" have ose fea- I cure-.important'to the members, "H in bis'opinion (the referee) the of jhe second part (Attetl and not; performing their ser vices, is to be stop- peJ and all- the afore-'meationed coh- aideratibn; (guarantee and: per 'withdrawn." SENSATIONAL CHARGED OF fRDFESSIONAUSl! THE CAUSE OF BIG STIR IN MANITOBA HOCKEY Power Cone affairs stand nowadyas in the of pugilistic inUrests, Jeffries' is one dead. His doings have not that they once had. realisatiosi oTthis more anything else, i" to make the' btitement doped when he' met John- but bis reason 'for the long' delay coming to this sblu- the "mystery of his showing in the ring is not lanatien Net Clear 'Jeffries' explanation, was oat br the remarks of Abe to down In the >lowiaig white man-.to -.win1 teavyweight chainpionship. The feaih Jerweight champion that thia In apparently, the GgiU. took ._..._ Johneoc send word to that the agreement off aad that he intended to win if -Worrying AFTER WITH Unicajo, Jan. La Fait, a French chauffeur, discharged by himself with rerolrer, "went-to the pugiiisL's with-' him" today. .'at: home; -and the and her witii_ his weapon. He was arrested. Johnson went to the later. He said: "I "guess he ig "another." man's Winnipeg, Jan. was thrown into the camp of.tin? 3Ianito-; ba Amateur Hockey association yes-' terday, when. President, toyd, of the; senior division, of j professionalism against four pi the; Brandon hockey team. Naturally, it created consternation among the "local teams, .particularly, against the' cons, who played" agaiasi ihesc meui cast Monday, but everything was fix- satisfactorily before .last night's games so that there- was no trouble. CUP HOLDERS BADLY BEATEN BY OTTAWAS CHAMPIONS FADED AFTER FIRST 1IH5 Ottawa, "Jan., little THE of or QK.UILJ Jij LUC1.C- WiiS CO LIULIUIP. '.i- over the matches, which was at first tfle team play that enabled feared. y jinem to capture the National Hockey Mummery, TrcnoMth Glen- tn? Wanderers, holders of langson, and-the charges were made cne riven, a'bid n T ui Many penalties were meted out, these were for minor oft pjay betag clean. The was 10-4.- ere: gea point; Snore, cover-point; Dar- centre; Walah, HghVwing; Kerr, j roverj .v'r'. goal; point. Johnston, cover-point; Glass, centre; Kussel, right'. wing; Gardner, ietOwing; Hyland, rover. ONTARIO HOCKEY RESULTS Jan. ty T to meet, me In the but when visit my horn e during my. absence and brandish weap- ons, I take it, the law: ought to stop hot hockey aanppncenient threw -Jeffries into a from which heL was sui- he entered the ring, aa he iiieTr ;he had not done enough, boxing lix "work. v- ;all this' an :_agreement; and. then made Ms dopeV the cause defaL Eastern winter. Bowling in "professional sport and provmg'.'to a crowd ot" nearly not since been reinstated The eignt-.thousand 'red -peg teams 'were forced to protect tnat they are to-be themselves.last night by notify ing Mr. witn in rtlie Boyd to the-effect .that they- were not aaa 'nockev aware of any professionals on thr Brandon so were allowed, to go Tne match. meant everything to the; on with their at Kenora Vctawa. while the i son to Ho wing club, 7. O. H. 8; Oril- lia, 6. "Preston, o. '.Ontario .Professional 5. Queen's, 9; T. i A A a, g. y the players in question, acting- uncle: eis had claimed a victory upon the oc- instructions fro'ni Mr. Boyd. skned; casion pf-their game hereOtta affidavits that.they, were amateurs., was were cohfiaent'ot their ability to It when COMF DOWV COME DOWN team, was slated to play a match a local star set Saturday f decided :to. post- the match until next Fri- day, when the. .hockey team. irom Pmciier plays Lethbridge pull out, and- went oh the ice were six ,.....___ ...to .-.President :.Boyd against "rs't "period, the score Brandon sayino; that tnen the-Montreaiers. "faded. Ottawis .THIS1' BE. .that .a- Kenora. man, in thi.1.-city, last njade t6 the.ront HASlIpHJG TO GEI BACK ON MAT ,------.-----M a Httlefit'a better.and broader than that, al- witi new top boots, Prank Gotch, 1 though I don't know anything better itttnig-champion of world, being to back-with-him to his -lewsw home jwflen oan say that soil is all yo.ur suit. This was not only result erf the big. feUoVa recent tottr.to Caloagb, one Mi valued pdeseesions when fot si'tbe train that oarried him back toi.Hvmboldt and hisr acrea oi fiae Janalag land. to play -.hockey., ___ charges'.' will be Investigated the and -interesting; facts "are expected to arise m thp next .will'be hoped the players will be" able to clear .THE-CHARGES '.The charges "are as follows i Crawford played profession- al" ball., in the Western Canada league against Regfna.' plavert for money at Oak Lake, and was suspend cd from amateur.ranks by Dr Mathe-" son... ".Mummery (point) played profession- ar'hockey'jrith Port Arthur anri Fon William. J MACLEOD'S AND tAWYERS PLAY HAL CHAIE DECIDES; THAT YOU K3STERI WILL HAVE THE Tortr, Jaa. Withla aezt week Manager Hal Chaae of.the Taa- teet aeyei te.'.oompUti piana :for wlaaer In 1111. The crack haii left for Califoraia, haa Terjr.cloii mouthed aa to hia It. haa generally hinted theae rather eloae to him'tnat a of ,the eld' vill way .for; new liloodf Fred Mitchell, li.to UBderateod, ia alated for Rochea- .big catcher ia to. figure aa part booty which the club muat suf for .'Catcher Walter to Klltiea. "The tarn- eame u a god-Mad to the play- er, ifitlrred hia ambition to iuch .i that h'e .'jpra red the beat back- tif league laat vuea.uontly ,Wi big league to ..--pay a fancy get him away from other bidden. Crlger tanked catch- the old timer look- pretty geod but miaaed rnott the aeaaoa >ae fee! reeiilt at at- tack ef Jweeaer llalr In there ream for "in Chaee'i opinion.) It ia Sfurther under- that one faeea ppaaibiy. among miaaed- aounda A at af AHeheL at iitiriaere. at-CeJemaa. Jaa. Jan. at Blairmore. ..'rank: that can safeiy be' TO Jllustration: Antl- bllioua? Small it'a uncle, dea'-Sketch. City loafue; hockey 'match will be played ev- enlag, weather but between, the Lawyers. These iWerld's "T a I LUB ,worM t. -il mon ton last year: played profes "There.Js a big chunk of money ini it for you if you come back and wres- le Director iri Bank "Speaking about money reminds me I am noTr a director in a bank y_ou know what a milk. (at. hone j am becoming, more deeply v" ha4 an idea interested erery day in the financial! ford and by'Dr. Matheson.: a man ooBld milk a cow in al- ovtflr that didat acvtally flistarb the demeanow. Bat-rraak Gotci's oows are not ef of the day. That's mighty Interesting subject too. ;So many dif- ferent-angles to it, don't you know? rs art aot An4.while on the subjsct, let me rec- Iowa farm mortgages, my Get aboard, they're fine and sort. At taaet I hftTejoi Jtaak's own word for it. jboy. hoogat the finest mflklmg safe." U iB I wrestling he tatted .to.the queedcn as whether he had fanning and we couldn't "get. together reaHy.reUred or not The champion at an. Hnally he switched and came sach -with down to the point. c a crazy; to wrestle said. I i Ooteh Ivatfea the ia not oreraUs womld-do II for If l was..to'05 for the ordiaary cow, bat take It from looking about now for propcHBitlons I could find; for some matches and exhibitions. up.to the, handle and hatt-that. for matcheB and exhibitions.' lot te be very polite 'to them aoxncthing else, somebody; AW m__ -_ t my cows are the bred rrVgot er.tbey.doc't like it. Feet, I aeevre you. Beaidee I'll knook my neighbors stift; with enry when they see new suit It's worth send- ing .out .a ;staff photographer, on.. fiiVTwowle'a't show it around caicagc. thiags are not appreciated here." "Any chance of yeu changmg yew v'tf. ---it, about :v ypu caa place a little bet m< rap erery morning at "not a than 5.20. It's ;y.uyn: yea hare to eo it. Of PRESIDENT Thomas Boyd sent the following vrire Brandon team VCapt. Brandon Hockey team, Professional charges against, Craw- ford. Mummery, Trcaouth and Gufi- langson. Get "affidavits before play- ing these men. I "THOMAS BOYD, "Chairman M. A. II. A." WORD FROM KENORA On t., Jan; of' incidents1 of the "day was the receipt of word from Winnipeg that charges of- professionalism four Bran- don players, Crawford, Munnery, Tnr- nouth, and This caused consifiprable excitement, as it was uared it might be necessary to call the same oft- A meeting was hold this afternoon at which the matter was satisfactorily adjusted by thr players in question making that they had never played profession- ally. else. And the big fellow's smile and far-! away look Indicated that a certain! Iowa lady has hit him. pretty hard' aronnd the cardiac region. Anxlsus to Return "What would the public say if I came back after being so positive the otisr- Trsy? No. I hardly tbink there will be any change In the plans. But there Blight, if i could do It grace- fully. 'Heekenechmidt, he m'j no: Lacrosse MAY DECIDE TO "SELL-PLAYERS yon are working for as good as he was f" of the other the es-j either Mahmbut ap .in tie state capitol with theIpoar r< waiwi tackle EASTERN PROMOTERS COME TOGETHER TO MEAR A .COMMITTEE Toronto, .Jan. National La- crosse Union will meet.at the Wind- sor Motel, y.onlreaJ, on Saturday 21st. At the las tag a to ts to 'wi wpomg afeoM my be- a atfeattifie I hmre oieV AC tS9 thing civc uauwH as mr as -i can see "Me beat Hack? 1 think so, and tomorrow night if it could fcs ar- ranged. But maybe I'll see you later that" Aa4 great athlete .Avent out to hftYiag trtiiOr witt the ia ft. checked to Hnm- submitted. It is to hear this committee's report that the meet leg has brrcn called. Among those changes which will b? discussed at the meeting is one to enable the clubs to sell players, n one clcb has A surplus of dcfeJicc men and another too many home players there is at present no way of dispos- IBJ of them to advantage. prices lent os exee small investment Phone 1343 Comer Round and Dufferin Streets ;