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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERAl D Tueutay. January Jack Twin Sullivan has been barred rrbai boxing in Boston by all the ath- letic clubs of that cRy. This is the result of his attack on the referee and Porky Plynn. largest ball plajar that dots asrform is thought to bs Julian Cas- tillo, first baseman of the Almendares team, of Havana., Seoor Castillo weighs 262 pounds, and is one speedy boy despite his sSie. Some say that Ed Barrow, the new president of the Eastern league, is some fighter. Someone whispered about that he licked Sandy Ferguson years ago when the latter tried to start some rough house stuff st a boxing show. Wrestling fans can't seem to fig lire aui why it is that G-otca Quit the: game without finally disposing of this fellow Hack. Of course the sweet- heart, proposition sounds feasible enbusft, but just the same we'd much rather see Frank settle the Rus sion'ft or his own, than have the matter ct who T was the better man forever rest unsettled.. Hockey T V V. T T ELEVEN WON Australia, Jan. t After oos of tne most sensa- tional ertelcsi matches in Ms- wry, Australia yesterday de- Booth Africa by 19 fih rsna, TWO GAMES IX CITY LEAGUE 'TONIGHT MACLEODS AND LAWYERS FIRST AND OTTAWAS AND BANKERS There will be something doing in hockey tonight at the rink. It is a trifle too cold, but at that the ther is better tor the game than anv-j thins previously. Two games act) billed, Maclcod and the Lawyers will! brush together, at S, and'Ottawas and Bankers at 9 o'clock.- i THE Becoming Modesty Drowning Help! I can't swim! the can I, but Ldca't go bragging about iL ONTARIO HOCKEY Toronto, Jan follow in JT. are the results in the various league; games played tonight At C, Water- ford 2. At 7, Penetang 2. j At Michael's College 5. Stratford 3. At Jumors Argonauts 1. j At 7, Belleville; 6. At 6, Sarnia -I j At 4, Ora-' x'enhurst 5. At 5, Bow- manville 2. FOR SPORTS THIS YEAR tAtlBALL AHD FOOTBALL MADE SIG STRIDES IN1910-CHAMP1QN- EVENLY DIVIDED IN 1IG LEAGUE CHATTER will train at Martin again, .aad will play 18 games in the (By Jan. The -world of is fall lor 1S11. Tbe baseball m are up every good available slayer around .The football organisations are select-" ins players with more discretion and men who in sports say their particular'branch is more prom- ising than it has bean. to. years. Bas- ket ball seems to .hays' the of the stage juat Bii of the eight clubs of -the leaguers will be played, namely, Dalae, Fort Wprtn, Houston, Galvestouand Honors Evenly The -athletic honors for 1910 pretty evenly distributed, though when esc' considers ibe actoal number of cL'srapiontoips won Tale is found to iot> the list la. sports an division of honors in a fourth- Cor neil and Columbia rant second, each caving ,woa a championship. In three sports. Pennsylvania comes next while follows with 2, Harvard and t Point bringing up the rear with tate. John B. Moisant, has recently been re- ceived from France and will be given a thorough test. Should it prove sue- cesstul an extensive plant will at once be manufacturing: ma- chines of the new design. CRUCIAL GAME IN THE EAST EXPECTED TONIGHT Ottawa, Jan. Ottawas play Renfrew toniflht what will probably, be the crucial match of-the year In the Creamery Town. Should the Capital City seven win'they'wilt stand an uncommonly good chance to capture the .National' Association championship. The Ottawas' win over the Wanderers that the are a much better team than last'year while the champions appear tc have gone back. Quebec and the Wanderers aiso clash at Mont- real, and from the dope to hand the Montreal and Ottawa clubs should come out ahead. The Ottawas state that they will not now sanction any trade for Fred Taylor, they being perfectly satisfied with their team. BoWling The Ring MOKAN STILL AFTER WOLGAST BRITISH FIGHTER WILL MEET. "CHAMP" UNDER ALMOiT ANY CONNY-MACK TEAM BOWLED CRACK GAME DAVIES AND SINCLAIR MET WITH A REVERSE LAST NIGHT Bruce Davies and Walter Sinclair ran up against'-a: snag last night at the Arcade, when they tackled Connv Moran; the sturdy, little English boxer, who counts as his chief stock In trade the knock- out victory over Battling Nelson, is determined to draw Chanipion. Ad Into a match. Moran, ac- companied by hIB manager, "Silent" CharlVy pulled into Chicago yesterday to "fill n week of theatrical dates, and the boxer, immediately re- iterated his challenge, to the lad at the top of the lightweight ladder. Just certain that he Is on the level regarding his sincerity for a bout, Mora'n, through his manager, is willing to accede to almost anything that the championship can dem-ind within reason. Time or place is of no pivft account in the eye of Morau, who only Nowik'and Harry Ma Donald. tames'were played. The first and wishes that ;some :term8 might bs fourth being captured by..Davits and whereby be Sinclair, and the balance by their op- ponents. The losers had quite an ad- able to open negotiations for the bout, which would attract the Neison-Gaus Excellent Grounds i As 'a field for public contests and -rvi a. nciu iv L UULTUI: Burns WAS equally In the caatter, as he held that 116 pounds was the championship seals in this country. Eventually after a great deal of dickering, each lad conceded a pouud and agreed to weigh In at 117 pounds at the ringside. 1 o-morrow prices soar Buy To-day Most excellent small investment on the market to-aay MAMTELL AND KELLY WINNER WILL TY OF CHALLENGING FOR TITLE New Tork, Jan. winner of last week's ten-round fight I with Jack (Twin) Sullivan, will in' all probability be matched shortly with I Hugo Kelly, the Cbicagoan Italian. The j winner of the fight will be recognized by most of the sporting men in the country as the most logical man to challenge Billy Papke or.Dave Smith, .ind decide for the time being -thfe pos- KCBBion of the middleweight champion- ship, made vacant by the death of Stanley Kelchel. SKETCH TILLEY Phone 1343 Corner Round and Dufferin 4- JOHN L. WAS THE 4, 4- WORLD'S CHAMPION 4. A Hosmer subscriber asks the Her- ald if John L. Sullivan ever real- ly tne champion pugilist of the world. The records show conclusively that he was. In 18S2. Snlllvnn defeated i Faddy Ryan at MJssiBBlppI City for 'lae American championship. In ISSS Jem Smith beat Jack Davis for the English title, and fa 1SS7 Jake Kllrnln and Jem Smith fought to a.draw, John L. 'his right to the world's title by bent- ling Kilrain two years later at Rlch- 'burg, MJSS., in 75 rounjj 1 Previusly Sullivan had beaten such c? rln.. ns liarlie Mit- chell, Jack Burke and others. In 1883 Mitchell lost to SulHvan in three rounds, and in 1SS3 the two fought 39 rounds, In France, to a draw. This, .bow-ever, did not interfere with Sul- livan's position as woi'Iti's cJiaiuinoft. James J. Corbctt beat John L. Sul Hvaa for .the world's title in 31 rounds New Orleans, Sept. 7, 1192. ;