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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page of Alberta. The bout was witnessed by a fair sized audience his and considerable interest -was taken the visitors went out of the "game, and gave Johnnie Ferguson a to sJiow his prowess in senior hockey. With change Steele went back to cover point and Ferguson weal out er seemed to have a cnance of reach- terial of their previous performance ing the net at all. About middle against Taber, that Macleod has a :of the second, period, Lester Patrick when when'ii is! with the willingly ?iven permission of is in the habit of playing; inferior hockey at hoiri: the visiting team will have an equal chance. kecpii It will be a crusial test. outright wing. Rossiand backed wins Macleod ..will, be'put out of tun a trifle in the last period when Jewel tlic former trail will bn scored a couple of goals, but the established the winners of the south- den City aggregation nr-ver looked ern corner of the A. A. H. A. Jlke a winner. j .Frank Patrick played for the local' victory, after which' they played at their leisure. It just look tlie Hobberlins nnp min- ute- to land the .first- tally. It was a spectacular .score. The was ticks taking it in charge and it in their uossession for a over S. J. Shepard and bis following, the score bein" that the meo wiu risht for a 510-000 to 14. been given out, it is understood champion sire of extreme speed for his age, and he won this honor in purse and that each will be required time spite of the fact that up to the present evidence, but Jlie Cards ton lad had his beaten from the start. Ellison meets McGregor about the Sl'th. MIIIC uu uua LI .uuvu HUH (Jiilu- 1'he -Taber rink'..comprised B. W.i'0 within the next patgned without cessation, and has vVrignt, .YV. .Doujjlas, J. A. Ross week. 'never had the cbance that a large aiid Dr. W.. Leech'. The match is a direct outcome of tlie world's great sires The expert playing of inc Taber'Johnson's challenge at the ringside in iho line. cvii-lera was somewhat of a surprise last night, when he declared that he cam- {in Cnrdston. to lfle -local meu_ li Taber 'bricf period. alld 'vorklnS jt-hard on skHt-u, hand hl rock's anu tlie opposition .goal. in. sot it McGiilis waded to Kt'ber. they are coming'back again in search would fight L-angforci for a purse. O'Brien Immediately gob busy and with the assistance of his mil- who look it down" the ice to the bard- bridge 'rinks will also be-invited to I'aber.. of honors in the near future. Leth- j lioiiaire club friend. "Tony" Biddle, Some years ago M. W. Savage made the prediction .that Dan Patch would some day rank with the world's great- est sneed getters. A large proportion of the breeders refused to take this team-but was out of- practice. Football PRINCETON TO PLAY CORNELL BE THERE WITH BELLS ware goal, where a scrimmage fol- lowed, out of which CaUahant shot Seatle Beat Duff the puck to the net. McGillis found During the afternoon two other the net two minutes later and Calla- matches were played. Rylands beat han again repeated. win. Oliver's rink lii to 5 and Seatle Here. the goal guardian for j Duncan Duff-21 to 4. Micks threw up his stick and left tho j fn the evening match was i ice. Fie had good reason for IS, Robinson 7, 'the other rink LETHBRIDGE TEAM WILL BE OUT so, however, having received an ia-i lying idle jury just 'before the game, which for Stacey vs. paired his vision. the teams! rt-vlaiuls; Johnston -vs. N. McLeod i. i and Scott vs. Aird. TO LIFT MACLEOC'S SCALP NEXT MONDAY NIGHT juar. .eed the purse. Baseball WELL VERSED IN BASEBALL prediction seriously, notwithstanding 'the fact that they admitted Dan t.o be Another matcn was- signed up'today in a class by a performer, when Battling Nelson agreed to. fight- however, lhe option of the beun-e: 0 Brien's club on Si. Patrick's experts has -been changed, and now da? The contract is signed in blank they are wonderiug just how -much so tar_as the name of Nelson's .pppon- further Dan will re in thf finest of fettle for Robson worked 'like trojans to stem schedule" they, have played in many game "of the season. the tide of victory, but their efforts years. Princeton will meet :YaIe and Dartmouth, result! regarding.the T Eaton at Present heads lhe Iist w'tli Trophy" Froiir the detailed re- f'f ?meQal of 23 colts h '-tcived by mail this morning it is an- hst.t0 hJS CreaiL. W. H. '.WILSON7 .TROPHY "J. think f'll tell the people I'm a sen- to score were unavailing against mas- tition. the scores itcr manipulator Dunn, on'the -Hos- ..........14 Cholflitcli In the W. H. Wilson trophy compc- 0 Woods Johnson won from Urcn by 1 First Rounrl morning it is an- not yet won score in full.-for it up to 3.30 yesterday afternoon is i Preliminary Round' Walker................13 Thom 5 S default. 100 TO 1 SHOT WINS-OUT Oakhurst, Rank Outsider, Pulls Surprise at Jack- sonville of the series, it is belieyed, will come ator-aut of work." .herlin defence. Macleod .........11 Thorn-... hearer to determining the real cham- "Aw, nobody will believe that you pions of the gridiron than any series are a senator." .the The conclusion of the first half Hoggarih .......15 ?vn with four up. wh'lc of contests since the last game of the! "They will when they hear some cf thefr opponents drew at blank Tigers with the New York state team.: my stale stories." fr -tl r .E.M9 CORMICK, OOLDER, MONTANA THE HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT OF as Ihe CARLSBAD OF THE NORTHWEST THE NETV- MODERN HOTEL AND HATH HOUSE at Rouldrr Hot Springs, Montana. ?-p.s opened to the puMic ]rno THE HOTEL is situated ir, the MOUNTAINS' with the' nn" CHARMING -SCENiC ihreo' 13) inilW Bouldor. Montana, on the m.iin line ot Northern Ilv. the Elkhorn Branch of the No.-thotu Pacific, midway boi.v.-f-cn' en.i and P.utte. THE HOTEL Sa of Tvpo. Ins a of 12.' rooms, Elepar.tly vrit'.: an Hoaiinc Plant. Electric Lights, Hoi and Coirt and Tclepiionc- in every room. .THE BATH HOUSE is connected ?o tho fs cnulp- ped with Private Ttilj Priv.iTe NVr..-i; "shower lialus. Xr.tura] an'il Manicure np-ic-du'i--" hi sll -departir.eniS. sr.rl rtiaijo n? cwnirc-iein P-IU! ai-ll-crl THE MINERAL WATERS o; this WELL ;.r.d LAR RESO'IJT, foir.e rrom in from 150 to 1SS ho; arc NOTEi) for (''riin'of RKETU.MATJSM. CONt KIDNEY" find L1VEK COMPLAINTS. SKIN IJLOOD DTSKASEi and other AILMENTb'. THE double, up; 517..-0 per weetC and up, according to room location. TLr-g'- in BOARD kiui FREE use o: nit; JLJA; us, BLANKETS and TOWELS FREE. THE HOTEL Js under; the MANAGEMENT OF J. S. McCOR- 5IICK, who has had many experience in handling resets of this kind. -All communications stonld be to J. E. McCORMICK, Manager BOULDER SPRINGS, MONTANA. leaders -doubled the score in the hah" an.i miirhf have' got more they tried harder. Reg. was in since the- oT-n'P niglit and Rrher last, had best form oi tbc iast pill 'IH'U'I there coal hav !'jss llian a i'a'f-tio to maV'-, but he was right when nncrSb'ary. Close the of Hi" Dick collidccJ with Dunn and was put bors d? combat for a few rr.omrnts Dunn attempted to nast Robson. but caught him his knee on1 the nose. It was a nard crnck and Robson's s in. a bud state. Hicks were surety travelling j in harrt luck last night, i Kabberiins Walker ......'....11 Sinyihc CORBY CUP N'o games v.-e'rc piaycd for tho Cor- hy Cup, oi Let'hbridge, and Pin'1-arn. of Calgary, being in the the finals. ALL COMER'SfTROPHY A start was made for the All Com- Cameron............13 Cholditch ers. In the preliminary round Wcols. Walker vs. Pve and y.ucleod vs of Fernie, beat Madc'od, of Lcth- yan unfinished. bridge. First Round Houston 0 Pye...................14 MeSwcyn 1 R Robertson..........10 0 8 tteat'-ie............11 .Johnson 5 Macleod.....'........15 prov-n 3 Wilson ..........10 Hiolditt.h..........10 Houston 2 Cameron............12 Rob.rts .........10 Walker defeated Second Fo nd Brattie..............11 RoH'-t-on 7 Jacksonville, Fla., Jan: Uakivurst, at 100 to l, furnish- ed the sensation of the after- noon at Moncrief, by winning tlie fifth race. Another sur- prise was sprung when Gor- .ver Kusnes. at 15 to 1, captur- ed the third race. DescoTn- nets won the feature, a selling handicap at one rpile, dei'eut- Glucose, the od-Js-on fav- orAe, in a drive, by a lensth. ler in the 'National league. I-fe has been through more 'service than any other official in either .the American J, jor the National leagues. Umpiring is- the work in which he started. Ho Jj began as a pitcher for Baltimore in old American Association. In the T. neighborhood of 1SS6 he retired from the rubber and almost immediately T'iafterwards commenced calling balls and strikes. ,tion since. been hlS VOCa' The Naps are without-a good man to lead off in the batting order. Man- Jim is 'over he send his men up next j season than about anything else. Terry Turner is about the best, man to lead "I {now in the team, but'he is not con- visidered good to start the list, even V though he should bat better next year {than he has done in the past. VERY FEW'BALL'FLAYERS GET 200 HITS A YEAR yons ............10 G Smythe vs. Wallev snd Thom. Bunyan were unfinished. B. C. CURLING TROPHY .McKay Uunn (Jallahan Goal Point Cover Centre Right "Left Hick-Sehi I results: Watson I ten years that the American teagiier who made the greatest num-i of the National ber -.vas Gc-nrgc Stone, ihon (0 .nn :-s A-I and uo-v! "The B. C. Ciiriing Trophy conipett- Georse Stone and 'oy the S.. Louis fnns Gcoi'i-.- tion v.-as started with the following turned the trick Wrong. He drive? OT, o; ihc: organization, past or present. Lajoic, besides possessing the honor f having made more hits in a season ;an any other player in the B. First Round City Leagus Standing Spenco'Houston.............11 -Irhnson Whitney Bvmyan............... 8 Pye McCorvic; Robson I Beanie...............11 "McSwcyn Schweitzer Smythe..............11 Cameron y................II Woods I making 200 or more hits ia a season.. reach of the fielders. Nlneteen-cight! enjoys another distinction. In 1001 ho [The Clevclander was a double-century >as another campaign in vhu-U "no [crossed the plate l-JS times in Ul Plant in I90J, 1004, 1906 and j.-.ayor core off or more clouts.! a rccord never equalled (Larry was -with the Athletics in set the pace that season 1S8 equalled. Am the .St. Louisan was in this safeties. cncan leaguers besides Lajoie who S bighly select class in i DOS, .while ibei The Araf.rican leaguers havo Iliavc scorcd 10li runs or more in a thumping Tiger, entered the 200 or more- hits IDOl to jcamriaign. are Mike Donlin Jimmy 2 lop-per-season society in 1907 and re-, 1910, inclusive, are as follows: (Collins. Fielder .Tones. Jimmy Wit- ncwcd hi? membership tvo years lal- Rrown................11 Roberts S ,er- Won Lost Thom defeated Choitlitch. i In tho campaign of 1910 Lajoio Year. Flavor WILL i PLAY MATCH LETHERiOGE PJNCHER CREEK .WILL PLAY NEXT SATUR. DAY AFTERNOON' in .Souihrrn Secor.d 'Round IToup'on.............15 1'junycn Wilson................ S Beat tic Hrown................12 Them Smythc vs. Walicy. Two Tim draws for l lie .10 .11) smashed all for the American loaprne clouters by making 'nok part in 3.-.S of 161 olnycd by the Naps. Tho nvcraKe raun- r-r of. hits made per gamo by u.e i'ride of tbc- Forest oity l.-Ki did nor. coaie up to his IHO] v. hen 'he American 'league's expan- Ilurison's Bav movement was in its iiuancy and ......Av. perl-Jinros, "Chick" Slalil. Oilic Hits, game Irving Waldron, Jimmy Barrett, "Dum- 1C7 22f> l.CS my" Hoy. Jimmy Casey. Jack Farrell, 310 211 l.f.l Tommy Dowd, Deichanty, Bill Brad J3- -1'' Dave Sani- 1--'J rny Strang, Par. Dougherty, 212 1.-5-.TTor.PS. Sam Crawford.-Matty Mclntyiv. Jiisb, Kfl-jio Collins, and TV CUP ar.r! the Turkctt Cup confined to Cnrllr.c Ciubs in B. C.. as v. ?or. Tsaii vs Ffrnif Turkcn Fernic vs. Nelson vs. Cranbroos. Th( i'orKpct'rVZ Rinks Tl'iC" rlnrs in t> Trail i! n spiri vrefk arc hi artl [Jrown. r.ot dash, ar.ti a has y Mrwced "o- tiexi Saturday aiiomoou Sinytlic-, it ioiit o'clock. ley. ar.d Bunyan. Thr-rr'art sorrif fast juniors in '..oili- and Vir.rhcr f'ror-k alvvars co-.fifi Pii.Vj a stf.Mic iur.ior ;tr.ti ''IJAXUFIOOK 1'irnish soiv- Wilson. McSwcyn, Uobi-rls, .vhen Baltimore and Mslwajjkec were Hie bolflers of j.hc franchises r.ovv owned by Xcw York arul Si. Louis. Larry w.i? rrciflitcu with 22P safe- ties in the American leaguers being with the MO-game Tho was ir. battles thru year, and rhf; average number of b'.iP hi- a grim? wns tno j noi then having adopted! foul-strike rule, and the "noing nr.Known. i In 1002 no American league player j Dac'e 200 safeties. "Cheerful Charles" liicknian, then of the Naps, the among (he manufacturers of and having 105 wnilops to i his Therr- wore no tnry men in Pntsy Dnjighorty I the pace rj snakinr Jlir.r wish U'C. In 1300 (be American new I y Jr iff ;