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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, January 1C, 1911 t A 'ftvgip'Tnjw A H tw Lini IKuJ1 ivIluWft) THE HERALD'S Baseball >'The.civic rink evidently made their challenge too-broad, for their gauuilet was picked up by an aggregation of "ttars and they fell onto the-cky men Saturday afternoon with a vengeance. V; However, the defeated rink, com- of city emoioyecs will not so de- terred and challenge agaiu. The The contest came off Saturday after- noon, the rinks lining up as follows: Civic Rink c Adams G. H. Johnstons Hugh Scott G. W. Robinson The Others M. Freeman Duncan Duff J. Aird N. T. LOCAL RINK AT CRANBROOK Watch the smoke of this local rink the Cranbrook 'spiel today. It is .of a high class order and if they don' bring back considerable booty everj curler in Lethbridge who knows the calibre of the following individual will be much surprised. They ar N. T. Freeman, J. Aird "gnd D. Duff. PRIZES PUT 'UP ATTABEE Taber, Jan. local curler ire having great sport these days. Nelson, Jan. 14. Nelson beat Grand Forks las: even- ing by seven to four. The game was played under East- ern rules, witli three periods ot twenty minutes. Lester and Frank Patrick were on ihe k-e for Nelson, and played a star game. LETUBKIDGE CLIMBS OUT OF CEL1AK FRENCHMAN BEAT KENFREAY Flacker Creek and Local Hockey Team AYagefl a Desperate Battle Saturday Niglit Tor Tkinl Position in the District League Lethbridge stock in the A, A, H. A. The play thoa begtiu to favor Pinch-1 is going up. jer Creek. They Bowling ATHLETIC MEET AT CORONATION ARRANGEMENTS ARE BEING MADE TO HOLD ENORMOUS EXHl- BITION OF PHYSICAL CULTURE Tho coming coronation CALGARY TEAM FULL OF HOLES CARNEY'S CHAMPIONS WILL AL- MOST ALL BE ABSENTEES WHFN THC NEXT SEA- SON OPENS The recent, one might also add, presGul coid simp has uiudo the Cal- gary Albcrtnti ilopestor very pessimis- tic and ho took his pen in baud the other clay to tell the fans of his city that ilieir baseball team was shot full of holes and at present resembled bunk of C'umembert choose. More is the casualty list: Mat Sumloy lias a good job In Seat- tlo nnd proiuleos to stick to IL Jim Flanagan also wishes to give up ball. is now tho property of tha Tauoma club. Pete Staridrldgo, at present In Cal- PINCHER TEAM BIG CROWD SAW THE CANADfANS PLAY IN CHAMPIONSHIP FORM. Montreal, Jan. five thou- sand visitors to the Arena on Sat.ur- were trying desper lately to even up. They msue the tally LETHBRIDGE Saturday night's victory of. 3 to 4 that was coming to six minutes i over the Pincher Creek team made from tbe finish, the result of rushing! PIN DIDN'T HAVE TOO MUCH TROUBLE TO WIN of King George nest June will bo marked by gnry, Is Vancouver of the athletic tourna- Kellackey has a chuiioa to manago menu In recorded history, lhe tcam Jn lho Uajoa A sports committee, with Lord Des-iaml is desirous of accepting tho berth, TIMS at ils heild' is busil-v j in the of u series tjle leporie sieeUnge, and in theso the most; x, SCATTERERS popular arid successful athletes of the' Smlth hns drftfleti by I day are expected to comocte. and If ho does not JHenrv, who maklaK a visit to the'mako-sood 1Uicly bo famed lo League. lrlal hockey on It tvas a tight little struggle. Both ended the scoring, and the f" Arcade Alleys by local pm 'colonies on the deiegsrkm ot Lord Uass Al leauit Dcsborough Ins just cabled home j dynes is doing so well la ibe South- tjujlfleni California League that Vurnon, [of tho Coast dickering nr. I for his services. I that the Austrnliaus will give help to the athletic meetings teams were fighting to get dear of the remaiaing nomeats saw a display of j scatters. Lethbridse won easily with rfaied South Lfudon Har> AU lbal left of lha cellar aud Lethbridge feU that Pinch-, -brilliant er would feel more comfortable in ____ day night, saw the French-Canadians; idepths than thev, and. iQusht might Bros, and team easily dispose or Renirew, the m put up four armchairs for beins four goals to one. TT y ,r 1.4, I Although Renfrew opened the scor- compeunoa, whilst B. W. Wright, a shot QQly bea. Big Smoke, has presented lour gold {Vezinaf thev were for remainder lockets as second prize, and the first of tJlQ game up by the speed curling competition Taber has the Canadians who played well up witnessed is in loll swing. The twelve -to. the championship form. On Satur- rinks competing were selected: by the I day's play the visitors should easily j-iGD pins advantage over their adver- la three games. high man of tho riers, Printing and Allied Trades Canada League champions are. Car- South London School Manning, and Dussan, and Clarke Col'eate spons, Motropolitan Calgarj' fans arc calling in no uncer- for Carney's JournaL Lethbridge, the big burg ol the lea- le, 'was saved from everlasting dis- by that skin-of-your-ieeth vie- ry Saturday wag; left Efccommittee, as only enough old (fall for the Wanderers, vhea curlers are in Taber to act as skips, thev Laviolette Pitrie Lalande Bernier Payan -all the rest being green men. It'is-expected that the competition will be over bH Tuesday evening, -when fresh rinks will be selected and an- comDeiiJioii cut under pro- Tided ol course, that the ice continues fit-.. At .present the ice is keen, though pouj'lU it needs: flooduig. During the past week the temperature has been too low- to permit any attempt. A. B. Cook is getting ready for Macleod's visit on Friday nest, -when he expects a .Tery fast game. The Srst opportunity frill be tnken to 3ood the rink and get a first class sheet of ice. The accommodation tor spectators Tvill be put ia shape, as a Jsrgs cro-nrd js expected to vritness meet on Wednesday. Canadian Position Esina Goal Point Cover Rover Centre Renfrew Linsay Fincher point: Kin! -Tu-cker. Tnose rsro the We simply had to win. overwhelming defeats ac of Macleod and -Taber were feU pretty keenly by the boys here', who feel thai i Lethbridsc .on, cover point; .Tn-cker. centre rover: King, light rli Total Association la lbe l win lake TVX' palace UPSET _ probably the Kind's Cup jXichols Ithere is classr enough material in i Standing District i esgua V.'on Lost Hacteod............... l Lethbrtdce l The game was called for rtnciier 0 4 19S 157 147 206 15S 127 174 BASEBALL GAME I 1 ilcMurdo R. Wing L. Wing Tavlo 'an-' Eeam of tlie -easue- Rowe SlU IL ll 1 U- 1 K 0. Cleghorn JQ the afternoon, but the aiier- j c Toisls Fischer 73 jHos SOME GAME S. Cleshorn.inooa train being several hoars !aie it was decided to pull it os after the 1 fc l A "l ssating in the erening. It Tvas near- ly 10.30 when the nuck was faced. 124 133 110 136 135 127 154 123 12S k taken rrraitcd that th? the will be'pHENOM on a aost oxteasive scale, and It will i not confined to merely claseical events. It is an inspiring spectacle to watch the British athletic cham- pions fight oat a str 13 12 I for honors and the crowds will luscra- rcpreseotallves o TELLS McGRAW THAT HE WILL MAKE CHASE LOOK LIKE A SELLING- PLATER York. Jan. .baseball star a muit look to their laur- LAWYERS AND 4! Totals 643 711 643 2003 blc to En5lam! and Jtriro forjels if all is true wbich U embodied In championships, bat there a'ft inter received .'roni future well as a proseat and a. Johnny McCraw. ainager of tho is lhlt to conditiona It was one of the best games in AND TABER FRIDAY LAST Tomorrow nisht at eirht o'clock the Lawyers Ot- 'are bfiied to play a ciry hockey match. PULLED OFF BETWEEN MACLEOD [every wav ever seen on Leihbridge -r Ice. There tvas no loafiac. Hverj -r plaver tvas fall of the "pep" and from, -r the initial face-05 it was the clashing of a hunch o! live }--______________________. rooter. Macteod, Jan. Taber hockey am last night defeated llacleod sev- the frame, that with Leihbridge being OIie of the fastest games ever .Tritnessed -hy only a of the hard- j plajred in the Macieod rink Dy a score jest. hoped that King Frost; m- g_i The Macieod team had aa o5- in advance of the rest.! Trill be a" little lenient on that although the Taber hoys played Archie'McGillis, too, displayed some-j The stars of the evening's per ance were hard to sion, as the other games were played ?inder difficulties which make rexy poor gate game from stare to 3nish tnlng in tbe way of combination work; ROBINSON'S The local bonSpiel was continued Saturday night and Skips Robinson and R. 3IcLeod were victorious. G. W. Kobinson was pitted against N. T. ilcLeod and lie won his match by 15 to 6... R. McT-eod won from Seatle's score 14 to S. and are the fastest outside team that ever played on Macieod ice. Despite .the fact that the night, was very cola there a large- crowd out _ to witness the game and the ice was WJJN S i fast and hard. In the first half the Taber men scor- ed goal in a tew seconds after the draw-oit and made (our more in this part oi the game, while Mac- Football tnac had a tcl'ing efTect, and Dixon and Henderson were not idle the wnile. There were no ornaments on the ir'lncner Creek either. j .ctter read< as follows: "I A! Chief Justice White, of the reprcuuction wrUe fo you it JUpreme Cffirt of the United States, is -Idea a sports acd 1 lherc waa a chanco for a moa to Ijan ardent baseball fan. He JB a fre- that xtll tho visitors j dovrn 60Uth wKh [eflnj w attendant at the gaaes in to obtain a trustworthy iaea of Jf j dotfl y< IQ you i Washington and lores to mlogle with, our forbears disported themselves i good M Hal In the days vfaea they to depend on tae strccgta of their arms for de- fence of hearth ana hotae. v' Tccre Is another branch o' the phys icai culture side of the empire festival'back haiwl, no matter Jihai cetraln to command great coms- 3Und out 3n fteaUca. because it promises to be the I rield and fellow on tblrd most imposing sight this country hasjcaa tha bal1 OTer to tQO tlrtt witnessed. Mr. F. Meredith that bc as far M II for win back to New Tori. "I can calch. the ball behind In sllgntly less than two minutes rrom the start Piacfcer sccrsd the nfst goal. The puck hovered In 'ehe vicinity of the visitors gosl; they get RECORD Sntiney, X. S.T Jan. Law, the New South Wales swimmer, today clioued 3 4-5 seconds off C. M. Daniels' record for yards. n-sMc? the distance In 17 minutes, 45 4-5 seconds. Daniels' record of .17 nfnctes. 45 4-5 seconds, was made In New York. February 25th, 3907, niakin? sixty-five turns in the tank. in the present competition finished the 25 -yards in front of Cecil Heaiy, of Australia, holder of the' amateur title for 100 in open water, and who in tarn was one yard ahead of F. E. Beanrepaire, of Victoria, holder of the amateur record for 1000 yards in water. jClease has undertaken to organize bc one haad score of physical culture displays, niy-baek and my btck turned to [bis mca Is to have separate displays j receive It. I just can't miss U. different cays of contingents eacb] "Hoping you will glva me chanco to prove what I claim, 1 etc. numbering about or.c thousand, to be drawn from severr.l contested towns. and one special day for ths The narne.o! ibe writer, concealed at present, may ba spread prominently the wind-up to be a great combined Jon tho records of baseball in tbe fu- display. Prizes will be of-j lure, for tho yrJinown may be given a fered for competlUoa. I trial and a chanea to good. ledd managed to make only one, al-jit clear and with a combined rasa though they kept 'the puck in th Taber territory and Taber made all their scores from, rushes. Tn the last the play was all Macieod and they scored throe more goals to Taber's one and the puclc was scarcely out of the Taber side. Ths game was rather rough throughout and in the first half Spud Murphy was worked it through the Lethbridge de- rence and scored. And likewise was the second goal made by Pincher a few moments 3at- tr. put of! till hall time about five min- i Jan. following were the results c; the first round o' game started, which the English F..A. cup. The game be- probahlf one of the rfasons that tween Woolwich Arsenal and Cispion Macleod did not show up bcttcrf Orient being postponed j New Brarapton...O Bradford City ...1' Chelsea .........-0 Lcyton ............0 It was now up to the home team. With a series ot combination tactics land a rush Dunn slammed the puck into the net seven minutes from tbe nrst half finale! Spud is one of the principal goal get- Lethbridge tied the score through tne skill of Britton, who slid into a nailed the puck and sent it The Taber team was strong in all nome fast and true three minutes! Doubey County...2 Plymouth Ar--1 J divisions and particularly with their irroai half time. Again the local lads Boulton Wand. ...0 Chcstcrneld ......0 made csccuent Inished matters. The struggle became Middlesloro......1 Glossop the evening while I fast and furious. Letbbridge were the Leeds City .......I Brighton Hove...3 wag fhft r, tliat narh j masters of the situation to all ap- ....0 ..........2 Sheffield Wed.....1 Coventry City ..3. Southend Unitcd-1 Blackburn Rov...3 i _. _ 'Sheffield Uniicfl..O Darlington .......l! The iab" Payers were the regular j6crlmmage; they Tere lt {n Grimcsbytown ...3 Crowdon Com....O iteam and Macleod 3ined u? as great style around the Pincher goal, Tottenham Hot- al? :bTcXei11 Cunninz WajCh eventnally resulted Jn the third Ath 1 am cover pomt' rover' score for the local favorites. t centre, Scoug ir.3, Gardener. in that nart [JtiaEil-er5 oi me smimiou 10 an ap- :and the Wacleod goa! keeper did' not and the rubber was always In danger of finding a billet in their in nis coal. i _. 3 (opponents' net There a wild Norwich City ...-3 Sundcdand ......1 JJrantford ......0 Preston X. End..l i Birnnnghnm......1 Oldham Athletic.1 Bradford .........5 Queen's Park W. Brom. Fulham ............1 Stite !.........1 Manchester City.2 Notts County ....1 P H. Nichols, of Lethbridgr, refcreed. P. C. B. Kingston for the past ix seasons has figured so prominently l inter-oolleg-fate hcckey that today Liverpool ..........3 Gainsboro Trin..2 he fc recognized