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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ?AGE SIX THE I.ETHRRIllfE BA1LY HERALD I'RHUY, JANUARY 1C, 1911 BUTTLE LALONDE ROUGHLY WRESTLING BOUTS HANDLED BY HALL OLD FEUD OF TWO YEARS' STANDING GOES ON BE- TWEEN PLAYERS AT NEW YORK SIX IMPORTANT BOUTS ARE HELD IN INTERNATIONAL ELIMINATION CONTESTS UVANNI WON IN OPINION OF FAN! FIFTEEN- ROUND CONTEST FOR CHAMPIONSHIP CALLED A DRAW Kerrtlp, B. C.. Jan. 15 boxing u.Eilrst foe Uie Cnna WON Noted Critic Thinks Pelkey': Right Swing was Much Overrated lu a fame of hockey lu '.he Allen Cuu series. Ihe defraud Winnipeg 5 to 3, last nlsht- f 'f v ff RUDOLPH SIGNS Now York, Jan. VltcJicr for the Keslon Nationals, an- nounced today tint tie Binned a two-year contract "'111, tint club. (By W. W. Naughton) called the Gunboat Smith-Arthur Pel- her fljht tbe batili of the right-hand, era, 1 guess that's Just U "was. HUGHIE HIGH FIRST TO SIGN WITH DETROIT Detroit, Jan. llleli, utility wan for the iMroit Awerifati Rascball club, signed a 1914 contract wilh the leftni today. He Is the lirst player to t.lgn up with ihe Detroit Incidentally, through tho repulaiion each ot (be men had acquired for club since new form of C0n'ricl' Premier Prize of Crow s Kes, n r V A which was won by Myi FaSS Lulling Association (j.-cfE..hnlcn fuoiu the ftn-niiiocs by Annual Bon spiel Mt-treal 15. Carrying en Xcw Yoii', Jan. IS.-Tte fits! ser- r" i .1, tii-n with ics c-1 tbe intiTQational elimination------ iHn. was held at middleweight wleldlnB a deadlv rlgM. the contest bee was banished Item last night's by the Xtybj containing clmnges granted tho Play- ers' fraterirUy, was Into effect. ARE .ROYALLY ENTERTAINED score of 4 to 3. Early in the second period 01 tfce Hall went ato'Jr.d one side of SENSATIONAL VICTORY ttVolte way. u ____ .Lilonde fb'lhat tbe French player iwas knocked cold and had to be ar- McLauriiHn, Ireland, in 7 intR- sist 3 :'roa the ice. 1-alordt's head ules and crotch hohi. was cut in places asd necessitated America, duelled seural st tches. Rrleiee Johnny Bren- Sar.ielli, Greece, in nan ar.d Judge oi Play filcy Hearse with a throat and "sect' Hall Irra ttt ice with a major Kith'the exception ol the l.a- jhmutofl. Russia, (Wealed lor.fljHall mis-op the Rime was e-- gam Pn, Germany, in 2S' Cron-s ccptio-ally clean. Chicago, Jan. has tceu sent- ly ItililLiatix! thai Frank Golcb wanla [o [rjll off some "come-back" stuff. tloteli IE another laid on the gam receipts. Hu hasu'l wre.Mlcil for some- time. Tli'.' "mutch" let Clilc.iyo cau'.c Just boforo IJou-h's retirement from ihe pail. That malcn was onn ol the moat inayuHlcent hlpjniilroiues evor [.layeO before the American pub- lic. Anil It drew Tho Chi- cago wrestling (ans gave up that ar.ieuut ot money to ee'a a bout thttt might juel as well have becu Etngeil la any Iwo-blt vmidevtlla liouso, EO far as Its teitig a genulno contest wus concerned. Siuco tlmt nffair Chtcaso lias bciMi little shy about wrcEtllns; molcliet. Burns who ga Artj-.ur peltey wac a which Covernor'Dunne and olher high Taber Rink Captured Walker1 Trophy-Finishing 'Spiel on Slushy ice rHect. Up to the rour.d I'vanni lauded blo'.vs to the body but- they did not have the neces sary siejm bch'r.d them to etiect s nrctcut. The .following tour.ds upto favored' 'tho key sends in many like those, he'll NEW OPPONENTS Princton, N.J., Jan. new nuirar In Ihe list of coti- U'Stanla for Iho rrinceton football eleven next nututnn. The Kcbedule for Ihe season ol uhtch was an- nounced toX-.y. Bhowfl llial and Williams have heen Eulnnlttnl for Holy Cross and Fordham. crotch j5li, saw jiosers nlayinslor a ar.d >n the ISlh ro-jnd .n his practice hssin, Pelkey nand-, The BchUn. was of such claims made in that particular re- break that slinvwaialed lelion- In 1 two." Jaa. 16.-M the Sest buach annual bosspiel tfing leld here, ifce game for tte pracd challcase between oi fYTTAWAS SfARFD Taber, and Oteso: oi Feraie, its-jlttd Ul rtO pon quit, Cl1 tfre [or in vritaing on the last stone. Olesoa teuig three down on the last red, hiving three rocks in tbe house, made a sensational draw aad won ihe game. of Taber, won the. Walter -hold. TIT1 A Fin'and, dPfeatcd Dl IHti UiNlAKlUO Mort Amrrira, in 31 _______ niT.'ites, with a uait N'elson ana arm hold. Ottawa. Out, Jan. On- tatios thrs-.r a bii Truht into the 01- CNC1NNATI COMING IN finst.v.e Kristccskjr. Bohemia, de- Tle of spectators left tbe the marks of hurtful pjuches. Ho feitei Reorre Lurch, Russia, in 36 tpijevinz Uvanni should have won raised on the toes as ho throw Ihem with a baci arm ar.d ed.out'risht body that had all character for abo-jt Tivo rounds lhat Pelkey had no dlniculty in gelling MCCARTHY THE WINNER uiven Decision Over Jack Kelly Fcurih at Idaho rip from Camercr. of Cranblooi. tawas here last r.iehi, but were beat- Dleson and Catneroa are playinz in en out 6 to 5. In tee first period Ot- i Cincinnati. Jnn. Ineal I've serai-fiaals ol the Maclecd compo- tawa had a slight shade on their j Tbe winntr will plar Wood oi ponrals.'the scotf being 2 to 1. In Feinie for the cup. There is still to tie SKond the Ontarios had the. bet- plav the final ia the -Ma'rath ter o[ tbe scoring ar.d stated oil titloa H. J. ateaJ by -1 Io 3. Ottawa ought to .Johr.scn of Fercie. The players are hsve'haii it about 3 to 1, but Cap- ro'l'D5 up the rocis throajh a scum tain Lesueur had his annual night ol water. ,oB in tbe nets with the result thit HOCKEV 'several long shots got by bini. Fernie will send a hociey team fo McNaraara each had two major fo'Jls. n-.aa anno-.inced tonight that he shield they won list year. There will oe a same between Feraie and Cran- teams on Friday 16th at Fer- r-ie. EDMONTON ESKIMOS BEAT CENTS ALS OF CALGARY 7-2 POOR GAME AT TORONTO Toronto, Jan. Last night's X. U. A. game, Toiontos and Wander- j j. j acd uninterestir-g. Tot- Race Pjrt.c.pated jn thc ,taj aE, piled up 3 total of seven goals before Montreal team scored at all- The ot'ner have secured to- place a Federal league club in th-ls.citr. It Is said i lor a franchise. MAY CHANGE CLUB i the best ever seen In Lewiston. and forth to do battle at Daly City on By Res'jlt of Hockey Game tdmoatoc. Alia.. Jan. Defeat- did noi tall? until the fir.- Ini the. Central ot Caigary by a score a[ period acd tbt fical score was ID of 7 to 2 in one of ihe poorest ex- hibitions of hockey seen in Edmonton this year, the Eskimos placed them- selves on an equal footing with the Chir.coks and Dominions In the Inter- city league race last night. The Centrals did not seeai to be' able to set down to play real hockey. For one thine, the ice -was too i'uge, apparently, and they persisted ia ttootlnj from away out ol goal. Tae> did not hare combination, and only one rain had speed to stay with tbe EteSlmos. STANDING OF TEAMS Eskimos.......... 2 1 Dominions........ 2 1 ChlnooJiB........ 2 1 Centrals........ 0 3 .000 Toronto, OnL, Jan. dent Fit2Eerald.pt- the Canadian league received from Secretary Farrell ol the National asfociatioa that the territory of Erie, Pa., Imd teen awarded Io tbe Canadian league.'.Tbe Gueltfr club will he iransfoTOo' to Erie.' This wilt make the Canadian leasaie a Class D organization. The Berlin- sold today to Percy Kerwin of Toronto. Mr. In Is secretary of tbe Toronto club, EO It lijoSs as if the nerlla club will ba trans- to that city. ravage smasher with the right. Ho officials oC Illinois were present___________ was aided and abetted by Pclkey's otber sparring partners, and, [or that said one of the first nlghters, "if Pel-1 head, and lie wore Pelkey dovai grad- ually. It "was not- unlil Ihe fifteenth round had starteil that Guul.'Oal ecoreil his first clean long-'nmtio right. liu Jld, Pelkey fell under tho ropes nnU another right when ho arose, caused him to take down his clinm- rilonsMp sign. There IB a Gualioat Smith-Jack Johnson match looming up sure as you're bom, and it is already hinted that Promoter f'oElrolh will havo I something to do with it. U would not surprise the writer If D match took 'precedence of all matches that Johtison may liavo com- mltled himself to. Who Will he Favorite. And "when It takes place, 1 will make bold to say Johnson will not be a lop-Iicayy favorite. If indeed he is fiint choke at all. AS an astute remarked, Iho Johnson of Ihe present day, Is barely u moving iilclurc oi the JohiiROn that won from Tommy Iturns and Jeffries, home with his right rip. Rut It It was qnllo common VeV the lei- dawned on the spectators presently I low on tbe receiving end to grunt U'lU the blows were not so damaging i and iook appealingly at the muscular a3 appeared to bo. I Canadian. Probably the most eloquent Didn't Kurt Gunboat. The Gunner, lean, supple and nil as rcony to Arthur's vaunted punching he is, not only tool; them 'without .J was forthcoming when Tommy flinching bnt fought liko a man whu Burns sparred with him before the was rot troiible-l with thoughts of an T3T members. Tommy, af- Impending Imockout. McCarthr'won f or Jic'c Kell> in