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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY ttEKAU> Baseball SAVAGE FOR CALGARY ANXIOUS TO WIELD BIG tficK IN WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE tan 'says Bill Carney or Stanley will apain be manager of: the Calgary baseball club, .that Saru Savage is the logical man presidency in the eveat of Al. Miduielon's retiring. ii an "objection to Mr- Savage taMn position, -however, states the Alber- tan would reserve his services :.for ihc league presidency. It' is a pet scheme of the Cahjary brbmoters to have the presidency of the W. C. L. in their city." -L -We might, here in Lethbridge, state With well founded confidence that LATEST NEWS Hockey OTTAWA'S CHANCES APPEAR ROSY Ottawa, v'Jan. 13. Three straight wins, two of them on tMr. will not be prwidcit the tor .tj16 confi- deace in the Ottawa camp of the ability of the red, and black sev- en to retain the Stanley and three home games facing them before they ajaia hit the-trill; the locals should be well seasoned by the time they -face 'the' Wandtrers in Montreal CIB "Jan. 2Sth, when their second clash with- the champions-is scheduled. Next.- gafries in N.. H. A.: Jan. "1.4 iQuehec at :OtUwa, Renfrew at Canidien. the .Western Canada League .year.. That high office will be still "in charge of C. J. Bckstorm, if he vill accept This is no idle but rather the logical conclu- sion'arrived at after considerable ia- STANLEY GETS IT Calgary, Jan. 12.-.U the annual meeting of the Calgary ball last night, "Mat" Stanley waa selected maa- ager for 1911. Stanley wu catcher for. the team last season. THE HERALD'S ONE PIN SIIY OF -Tnniiarv 12 Breezy Briefs It won't be Jong now we know liow prosperous we aVe. Taft is going 10 do his annual monologue next Tues- day, Should .this person contiuue skittish; ii would appease appetites suf- fering for a lack of pugilism to set a Moran-K.N. iirowu eulree; In Cuba the umpires apologize open- iy for the errors, they make In the games. Up here if this stunt fol- lowed the papers would to charge space rates. Have you noticed the number of mdn. who "could have bnaten- Nelsoil if they PIN POSSIBLE been given BOWERY COLLINS IS IN DEMAND A. RESULTS 'Wacj's.-'Ont., Jan. 11. St. Marys- defeated- Goderich here tonight ia ai game, 12 to 4. Ont., Jaa., The 0. H. tonight resulted, Wiar ton 7, HOLIDAY -CROWDS' IN OLD COIINTRY a-Ten-Roiind Goat the Chwley a Nor- tonight, the loc- WELL-KNOWN W. C. L- CHARACTER WILL LIKELY NOT FLAY WITH RCQINA ..Jan, Col- lins, of basduaJl it will' bej learned with ref ret by his many j -friends in the city, may poafibly ''shortly leave the city. It is learned '.that the Baltimore Orioles are nefo- tonight 3 to 1. tiating with Bowery, trho will likely for next season with that i ala defeated Harriston 17 to 0. de- feated Hamburg in an 0. H. A. team. basetall jcaine a junior O.H. A. icanie tonifbt; Preston defeated the Tayloc. Forbes team 3 to 1. (London Chronicle) Some idea of the power of football provided by the figures given representing ap- proximately the number of spectators at the matches of some of the leading teams. The figures, however, compare unfavorably with, those o' last year, as the attendance at rr KNOCKOUT BOXEK Ia the- cg> North was affected advt. played "with the of ..Sacred Heart college, ot Chfcago, I Waterloo, 11.- where he received schooling This Queiph o, H A. intermediate. .team was m the Catholic Order ot. Foresters League, and during his list .term ,113070 Coll held a position .--Veil up, fsaishiag His next venture iato the, baseball world was with the. Lyon aad Hcaly team., composed; pf firm' feated Waterloo tonight 7 toi 6. Clinton, OSi., Jan. p.- H. :A. juniors defeated Marrg toaiftit ta 5. The de- Clin- St. snow. and squally weather. Her. some: typical attendances, in each ;-ase on the grounds of the-'firs't named Newcastle v. Liverpool v. Sunderland Notts County v. Bradford City Middlesborough v. Manchester City........................ Bradford v. Glossop Cardiff v. Barbarians West Bromwich v.-Bolton Wand- v___.........20.00Q Tottenham Hotspur Chicago! 11. II." Fhiscr, Total" promoter, and Jack" G.-lc'asoh, who iji arranging the a purse oi :for ;a twenty-round be.twefn Johnson and Al San hea to he fo gin in the new stadium in London. coronation Xvc'pk.'.'K'am'man Las WEARS GLASSES Quit to Become a Boxer and is Making a Success of the Venture A SPLIT IN THE LAST FRAME DE- PRIVES OTTAWA OF A THREE HUNDRED SCORE Ottawa, Jan. Munroe, a member of tile American Banlc Note team, bowled a phenomenal score on the Central alleys the other night. Com in an Ottawa senior-Je.ig.ue he i put on a great total of 746, having one 1 single string of 299. It looked for a time as though Munroe would make a but a split ou his last string reduced his chances. .Mwnroe had nev- er, before bowled over ti50. His team put ou 3.0U7, which .is a record .for a five man team in Ottav.-a. Several of the Bank Note playe'.s, includiiig Muu- roe, may the ex-national tour- nament at Buffalo. They -also compete at Two .ago frank .Marshall put on "a score of 639, 'which, v.-as a local record until Munroe beat it. Local bowlers have as a rule ueec bowliug this season better .rhan-ever before. Friends of Battling Nelson, and they an; legion, have the'-satisfaction; knowing that the Durable Dane won't have to live off snow-balls'this winter. ai'ceuted the oiler and the pro- rive from Johnson, toraor- Down in Philadelphia there lives a young man .of IS years who gave up Wonder if Wolgast and Cherokee Jones wants to pose as end men or as dual successors to the late Joe Mill- er? That break about Wolgast iug iloran provided .he is permitted to pick the referee is such a scream it cannot be taken seriously. There is .some talk now that Man- ager Jennings will get Jimmy liams, the yetoian second baseman, who helped Minneapolis win the Am- erican Association flag, season. Jen- nings v.-ould use Williams to fill, the j place' of Jim Delehamy who is still badly out of commission with his bum khee. f t tne study of. law because his eyesight! moters expect to receive an _ answer row. was failiQg, yet this same youa has been the seusr.ttou of the clubs of both Philadelphia and New A young cotton and his had been married .only a few months, but it was quite apparent to the wife that her husband's affection for her was on the wane. John developed a tendency to stay out late at night, lliaujaud now it was early morning when fight his wife heard a violent knocking at the uoor. askeJ she SAM LANGFORD WON -t York for the past year, beating every fighter he has met in the ring, and giving promise of becoming a cham- pion in the lightweight class. The boy's real name Is Isaac Roset- Defeated Joe Jeanette in a Twelve- Round Battle in Boston Boston, Jan. Langford hut to the world of sporting men feated Joe Jeanette, in a. bout of 12 he is known as Touug Sammy Smith, -rounds, before the Armoury Athletic but IS months since he put: ou from the bedroom window. "It's replled John meekly. "I've just come from the meeting. Yvre have been considering the present strike." "Oh, A wild-eyed artist suggests that- Boston Nationals be called the Lillians because'their chief's name is Rus- sel, Diagrams supplied at the office. Johnny Evers assured a packed bouse at the College theatre, Chicago, that thnre would he no material change .Cub in 1911, and tossed a few verbal briquets at the feet'- of Connie Mack, Eddie Collins and "Har- ry Steinfeldt. Johnny's monologue was extemporaneous. .He stamped the story that Tinker would play third ]and Steinfeldt be put in the discard as a-white faythe ne.vrs- have you? Well, you can sit on the {jjap' Fie association-tonight. Langford a decisive lead in ev- Huddersfield round, but in the first "round drop- iianchester United.T. Woolwich jped Jeanette for a count of eight son. -Logan Square next appre- ciated in IMI: 'when his batting wat .301. The next season he donned the col- ors; of Rcgiha, the fint year ia whick participated in professional baseball, the records showing "Dow-! ery to have a bat ting anra0 of Last' season "again on the team, hia average LqST WHEN THEY HAD GAME WELL CINCHED AfTABER WM _ "Bowery" received training at- ithe hands oC -John Koileck, a coach ot fame. Since tke' cloae down of MM baseball season of i" Bowery "hat been engaged at the pool roam and bowling alter. While fee baseball faes of Ragiaa ,wiil DO dCHJbt congratvlato "Bowery" on his promotion, it will be with re- gret that city will IOM him. WITH SCORE IN THEIR -FAVQR CLOSE TO THE I PLAYER WASt HURT AND TOOK A SLUMP jf Lcthbritffl a loaer is the fiat -ttory- brought back from Taker the.local hockey septette. TW taam wkjeh left here yesterday aftarnoM big mingin town was strong it might havt aaiM old trouble, playen couWa't leare their HOCKEY AT THE KINK TONIGHT The Bankers aad Ottav.-as. are due to play, a city league game game, may be postponed on account of the cold. Wrestling doorstep and consider the was the retort. present He .--declared the Cubs would "come and stated that he would be one of- trie party. ________ _ _ _ in the citjr and his play on tbV dla-1 of.; sport, because of thia News, a reekly publication devoted'to' f Bond haa been characterized with t Tto. city weuld be a dead. the national game 'Rah for far'athlatw if it was'not for tke .law. BROKE BOER'S RIB Niles, Jlich., has jumped on the map with a R. W. Lardner, a pro- duct has jumped from base- a prime favorite with alwafs aiadt, araedicore showiaR ball reporter to editor of the Sporting fciai dllA.1 _t aociated with profesaioaal baasfcall j players. "Bowerj's1' contract haa act yat reached him, although it ia uaderstood that it is on its way, aad oothinf will likely arise to prevent him sija- leg on with the Baltimore Fred Fallcenberg, tallest numaa kelng In the Amerloan leagne, ia quit smoking In order to on wafffhf. Ea has not taken a of the for thrae aad if hokJs out imtll spring he may a ooapla of OHDCM to his ballaat Bridgeport, Conn., Jan. It. wrestling match between Zbysco and is'ogert; the Borr, was brought to a suridrn fin- ish tonight when the. latter was thrown from the platform and in falling a rib- Zy- bsco securer! the first, fall in 36 minutes and 45 seconds. CANADIAN PACIFIC Wetttrn EXCURSIONS SINGLE FABE ROUND From 'all stations Ia Ontario, Port Arthur and Watt. Xaitta ba, Saakatchowaa aa4 Alborta to'. _ Vancouver Victoria and Westminiter Tidceti on sale Datambor la, 11 aad 17, 1HO; Jamnary 20, Si, 22 and 21 aad February 14, IS If, 1811; to tare witaia tnua aate of lavsa. to scaraat C. T. lav Agent for ml NotwitlMtaBflng weak the Lethbridf t put up a com- mtadable gaaie.. the game all but in thair prrsyap. At from timn the'seBre stood 7-5 IR the visitors1 favaf." Hete'-ttie jonah stepped in aad pat a crimf in the Lethbridge aspiration. :Pilling got hurt and had to retire- Taber rushed the piay, advantage of the absence of aad at the end of the half had ties! aeaort. Extra of ftre minutes each way was' necessary to establish a vic- tory. At tall .tinaa the score stood 7-7-; The first half of thr extra in e! both sides .putting- forth, rigorous efforts to tally, there was nothing. doing. The pause was faat and furious and growing hotter with determination. second half of extra time saw a tattle royal in progress. To pick the wlnaer and odds would have been taWag a. long ebaace- There wern no oufet moments. The cold intense, but the plav- sfs were so eager for the fray that the entirely forgot- a.scrim- ._.- terrible Tahcr the puck "past'Bobbv gtisrdian of thr net. and tke Home team the holder of the honor. One of the Best Batbour W. H. Cook ttoorn Batrd the gloves for the first time. After finishing schooling, be.decided, tp take up" the profession of law, and began the study by burning the mid- nfght oil. His eyes soon-'failed him and the ph-ysician said he must quit studying or go blind. He put on glasses. It was plainly seen he must abandon I his ambition to be a lawyer. The success of other young fellows in the j fighting ring amused him and he be- gan training, finally getting a prelim- inary match. He knocked his man i out and Has been doing that ever since. In aJl he has fousjht 57 battles and has yet to lose. Has Bewildering Left i His left hand punch is snld to be a wonder and no one has learned how to stop it. Jack Goodman. Joe Sifia-er, Brown and Beecher, of} York's best young battlers, have all fallen victims to the weak-eyed boy i from Philly. He woars his glasses i everywhere except in the fighting ring, j There he seems to see everything with-; oni them. Young Sammy is not a pretty boxer.! They say lie looks like a lumberjack i ia the ring. He stumbles about and; always gets inside the other fellow's blows. He's so that his op-j ponent is unbalanced. S Sammy is a rsodest boy tikes j his fighting success with never a boast. When told that he should be a cham- pion some day, he just blushes and smiles. He is a lad full of earnestness and fighting agninst fate. It looks now as if fate will be beaten. j His first battle was ia Philadelphia and when ho knocked his man out. the chances for more fights came thick i and fast. Sammy never passed up any of them, and took the increase in the i size of the purses he won with all mod- esty. Gets for First Fight Seventeen times out of the fifty-, seven tiracs that he has he has j knocked out his opponent. He is now j in demand by all the Kew York and Philadelphia clubs. His first fight net- ted him For his last battle he re- ceived S375. This only goes to show that Sammy Smith, the fighter, is as wise as Tsan-; Rosetsky, the youthful student of the Quaker City. DEPT. Your Headquarters for 1910 Financial Statements and Auditors' Reports, and for 1911 Booklets, Folders, An- nouncements, Circulars, Blotters, etc. Owen Moran Champion Who Will Meet AcLj for the World's Title Early in the Spring WILL BATTLE FOR ALBERTA BANTAM HONORS At Boxing Contest at Greenwood on Saturday Mcliin and George Batss Also Meet Greenwood, B. C., Jan. will be a boxing contest, at Greenwood', on January 14, for tic bantamweight j championship Of Alberta, between Clarence E. Smith, present charapion of Alberta, and G. McAnhur, tween Scotty Mellin, lightweight pion of British Columbia, and George i Bates, of Spokane. Particular Printing For Particular People ;