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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 21. ,1 i CURLERS 'FROM THE SOUTH DO WELL AT EDMONTON BONSPEIL CALGARY ANXIOUS TO RUN WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Baseball Curling EDDIE COLLIXS A NOISY CHAP ThelRtrigi- .1'HZjfe Ring, J Wrestling GKEAT CONTEST ATCEANBHOOIi SCALER VICTOR BUT S C01X EVENT Jan. of ATHLETICS' STAR SECOND BASE- j -FINAL vf OR -.TrfE CORBY CUP- MAN'KEEPS UP RUNNING FIRE "......THE FEATURE OF JAWING DURING THE I GAME Few of the 'fans outside of. Phila-' contests at the bonspiel were com- j dolphia know that Eddie Collins is not plctcd this evening and there was i only an Everg lii second haslng buu in plenty o! excitement. Large crowds'; jawing and yelping at the other per- oi enthusiastic spectators followed all j formers, the impression seems to The games. The ice was in iSPOKANE.FIGHTfR} IN" FARCIAL MIXUP JN SCALER'S BODY GREASED Bakersiield, Cnl.. Jan. Cnl.. Jan. got. the last TURKMAN THREE: FIGHTS -J-l o-v V FOR WOLGAST f; P' Chkiripibn Signs >S P'- v DECLARES 'THAT HACK AND 2Y- TABKK MADE A a toul.m prevail that Collins is a. brilliant ball rho. u-pitlipr ins- ricrht lOIlllIlIOH. lllc tvOtllUcl OcinSI JUat riSLlll lot-no wac lest ball players'.'that there is. Hb wait between the fifth and sixth faeeUiVajs is open and some of these 'The most exciting coaU-sL of the Pete Daley, Dealer 5 second. days he will "inhale a grounder if he day was for the Cbrbv hl3 aU >vith Cudillac, Jack QelpnUi. was ht-ro be, signed -Ad. weight champion ngliT.s, the latter last T-he b. be of six round; will be wlih Brown, Uuitlina: Jan. of, last ROLLER-ROGEhS MATCH 1 week Toronto, Jtin. dofiuiie ar-1 raiwuietii rvsardlus the -t. -place for "the Kf BANANA BELT DOYS LEAD THE CROWS NEST PASS LEAGUE ( to thi FVriiii', EVENED UP WITH MACLEOD IN AN EXHIBITJQN GAME LAST NIGHT in lUies :itv 10 und "Knockout" Nelson and isn't careful. "Get a'wiggle there! disown'him. Call that baserunning? You look like a goat lied to a post! Say, look at him when .Pinkham, of Calgary, and Mac- For the love leod o[ Letbbridge, were opponents.! of -Mike, do you think you're playing At the end of the twelfth end the say, If I had a 4 year score was and it was only in, and A6 t-at the last, shot Oi the thiriwuh Pinkham won out. Walley's crack rink from Nelson ran now; didn't slide, and-Vaught standing awarjmh two" of the mugs, beating; up! Hate to soil ihat nice white uui- Wilson', of Cranbrook for the Grand form, huh? G'wan, now, tell it to. .Challenge Cup and Hoggarth, of Crar. Sweeney, you big ivoryheadT brook, for .the Wilson Cup. Another doih Mr. Collins keep things''Nelson-rink, Houston, won the B. C. up vocally throughout the Brown, oi Fernie, b'e- ig the runner-up. GRAND CHALLENGE o' Nelson. Tlnnner of Cranbrook; CORBY'S.-CUP- of Calgaryi ll objected and game, and the effect upon the lerics is the same as is produced by J-- John diatribes wheu he up- i braids the Cubs. And. maybe the .Cubs didn't iniss that flow of language in the big "series' Zimmerman is no howler. He went, two weeks once without saying anything except please 'pass'the salt." and what good .'is that euaer Owen .Moran ar I'uek- oy Mcb'arlaad. The first February -.virh .Mc- t'arlaud or Next will come Brown for February IS, days later L'auUuu Referee Gallagher, save the decision SQn wm be oa when-the men toed the serutch Foley j Sealer to the floor and kicked J. "Yankee" Honors vei been jilavni nu as soon us and Torn U just ktvik to PIK iheuj ou. Rogers wnnts a 60c i T; aud 40 or 75 snd '.'i teni. split of ilji'l ifc v a matter whk-h thev'will I sotc.k" becwvon ihenisclvcs imnuni- ifu- t 'for the contest will cot be prixrodt-il T.wuh. th The district Icastie' toatii of and at Tuber all. Venue -tno want. in a vjstujj- ot oaei! Jike a horsp vtrtory first hali of llu- bt the was j-.grood Itt place o! uio svhodiiiod mutch. result ;i tie. AJu'cleoil scored li.o two muls in llur first Taljer trak-a to locate iljv: noL TaJifi- made [litir first tally soon the face-yff.of llio half. jjEicU-od en.'iu- back and says he will appearance. to Sealer. The latter 120: realizing lie had been declared a and not; hearing the gong, walked up to-Foley.} who was standing in his corner and t" r...... floored Foley with a punch to the paw. A inixup .followed and. Constable Ferguson clambered through the ropes f Vale will not give taking possession. Promoter Ardell! coaching this season, ;i: for withheld Scaief's share of the re- i Billy Lush haa been coach the EH nine. ny rjiie. as, to: Yusyif M-ahinouc, the who .1 sJaudln? fcrfeti of for a match or Zytnsfo. ;waats to t-oiae Ho that both tbo azui i shy of ami ;har. ihey do 'iiot euro for a new of amf hnv i last Mumtu-r the Ban Johnson VloarhSy EOJ.IUS sf'ic- Doves corne .vthletics ua their Cub :.-ild Sealer, k will 'be -retaernbereu, Ex-manager Fred cancel the latter quitting in seven rounds. cross with Cuban j'cuket r no: to p.ts Ruaher of 'Lctlibriogc. 1 sort of oratory for a world's "chain- pionship? WL.SON CUP i bi" Nelson. Runner of Cranbrook. B. C. CURLING-" TROPHY' of Nelson. .Runner of -Fernie. Smashed Ten World's Records FROM THE SOUTH HUGH JENNINGS AT BULL TIGHT DETROIT MANAGER 'AND BRIDE SEE-.CONTEST "AT WHICH FORMER DESCRIBES AS SLAUGHTER El Paso. Tex.. Jan. Jen- nings, .manager of the Detroit Tigers, is here.on'his bridal to.ur, en route 10, he has terests. Sunday he and.his bridge saw fight in Juarez, Mexico, and cay he said: js.not It is slaugh-! ter.. .Therejs nothing-of. skill or farav- skipped by M. C. 'in'two'.. cannot be compared the four..competitions' now under way are :'nnd4featetl. Pingle's rink McLEAN OF MACLEOD AND PINGLE OF THE HAT STRONG AT ED- MONTON BONSPIEL" Some oi the mosc perform- ances ever recorded on arrack were accomplished by J Haas.-.Holme-, the Canadian-American, and Louts Bou- chard, the who won. the great race at'the ;Royal Agricultural. Hall last year.-says the London Sport-., irig Life. Becween nanied beat! air'the professional rec-. ords from 15 'miiesi and ail world's records from. 10 .railes to. the ilara-. thon distance.- forced the pace tulle..and was-ac one -time well over .yards ahead; "but Kolmer is'a better general Bouchard the Run- ner set Awful Pace m Early SFqges TEN NEW RECORDS Beat all English Profession- al Records from. Fifteen Miles Up I H. >5, fl IFans Holder. Atcertci i and challenco cuj> 23221 t -i P D'-bliTi :Z Cardiac r. and i{ n-ci-jvc.1 tb- JuU of hi'-. critivai ''.JVr the MVft" :u7fr_. did 4c'.tiniC the puts i r.cir ihf ucf, hut sflvlo; ix-iv-dt Viippurf thri? ton slow (or i TJic fcuj s also soiiii wraVrst point, tbc frncff, iri the Triaie hue. urf jCtwxJ U-sr O? It. Juir.fs ri'frtcctJ the S'j- ;hf ol'all anii ihr rrfntc ut untl the .score jibcml of thu af'jnd ;nu[ MiiPlerid's vision of WUH ajmu comjili-itc .when tiii- a suddtm turn. Tabr r whk'h, Mack'0-.l unnOle to stoji iiiilil ihe score 'iadcr Uiid tfie option of clalmiu; lio 'UOKiull. with to IpKJ'.iy j 10 .msKo U in: v.xhlbltioji MCI, f'uouun. of Ujjhbrtdsv, rofci-.-- to Tbr the- wyer, plavfil for ;mil put me alar csbibitioc. 'iftr linkups wcru follows: A. U. Cook. L. T. j. K. K, Clcudinnlrsj, Gardner ML. IloccSard. S-' I U J.Tosh. Arb-oaih 3 2 j Also -1 Ediabureh. and rDiaan. Tfce fornier -sraa 2 raij'ra W- j hied itoltner aaU xhe fauer 2 S-4 Tee by Mr. A. J Micnah, c-f tht A. A., anil and jSk'Olt itoirr a.-.i lh- score to t.'rar.bro'tk -o-on ;wo. is pJrrslV rcotn A DIKTY PLAY fAND "WHAT HE GOT FOfTASSAULT- i -Hi'trry-SmhlU. Cobalt profcssion- hil hovkry who was nrroeicd ott at llailoybtir? i.tst week, was ifini-d S2-'> r.Dil cnstj by Musclstratc At- of. Halleylmry. Smith Jiad witfa baseball. from over tEe water. still creeping ooly y> :s ago. taken beyond cceso two qrreat v while Jack Price. -Binnineham. waa runners. Hoimer got to -within 10 a S rp erapnasis-' In ths' grand1 challenge Pingle has successful last year. The.uistauce was yards of'ihe-piackv Frenchman tue Tigers would train in I reacned tue eigius, having defeated! 26 .miles. 3S5 yards, extending 104 seven rc-ezuh miio. bu-. as soos as Bou- 'L.-cHUEiana, hut might come to El Paso, Uillis of High River, '12 to 7, in pre-1 Quarter mile and part laps.. ic.Varci danger in- ihrreascd ?t.- 10. 21 Jref uses t o: sigtfe'd Paul j j liminary and Dunham of Edmonton 10 to 9 in the- second roiiml. In this j event McLssn. was "beaten in the first ura p.- hy Hojclen of Vegreville. In i the -.Tuckett; trophy Pingle 'was en in. the- first. of Cal- gary, H to 11, and .McLean was heat- of Fcrt Saskatchewan he Brewery- defeated iJ to 1'J and Tarrant gary defeated McLean 12 ro 6. in the Burns trophy -McLean and are both running. This morn- The-, liniit rof' the P. to- inS McLean defeated Small, -of Ed- 'and-mijiat j includ.R v'f bat -of :man- monton--S -to 7. This competit reached the second stage. ion has The Boston Red Sox claim TO have grabbed real pitcher when they sign- Tom O'Brien, who worked" with 'the Harfrd ta a Start of-the Race- in ihe zhird and fonrth lips to yards. twenty-six however. Of s coin !hc other runners started prompt to -time. G. tae onlv oses :n the hunt were Ckirke Bradley talcing- the lead for and Gardiner. Overtook Bouchard the opening two laps. The opening three miles -were covered in lii rnia. sec. The track and climatic ccr.ui-' jj10 mhs wiuiess5d .a tions were perfectly 'adapted for es- "dramatic "'race on the American's tablishinjc a record. BoacharS was he overtook Eloucoard and v.v.v-; 17. nmning a great race, and shook off eci -Cjs hands in evident j Rives and Holmer. The latter had At IS '4A miies ihe took been improving his position, and set-ieaftr chanced; i'f away on his own. in the fourth inile. hands. The twentieth mile was lapping Jack Prico es- onr-. r.nd Ho'.mer was holder in a common canter. 'with increasing vigor ari'I wiU: com- Bouchard cased up sn chard was -well in front during the ,lhe J-rsck' ;hus a lap and a half; fourth, iifth and sixih !advantage. resumed amid cheers, hi.-; was Thr Arn- veli Holmer ran in a. cramped bnt had plenty of .reserve energy. Dou-P chard never flagged 'in his iio: puce. IL ft n o 0 f) r> (i o n 1 i l 2 GAMH 1 BY DEFAULT i LETHBHtDCE SCHEDULED TO PLAY PfNCHER BlTT DIDNT UP Cwynn was skaUnt: him around rlKht of from behind, cutting faoo and ciinchod v.-ith Smith and tho otlu-r Vlnyurs Sn'.rrfor'.vJ. Chief of Policn on Ico and took to lock tip In his hockey COSVilll" L'! 32' Bouchard Bouchard HoJmer rJistric: J-Cf j to pbj Ptnchc; Fioltnor Holder h'olmcr to did it lor HInrbT wn tirltlgc COr'.rn ycsiC-rjJay ,iud to icnrn thev thejsTANDING NATIONAL WM HOCKEY ASSOCIATION ycs-torrfay. _____ r t ?7 i H stpone- ths lrJi UK, loosing for On head of i: Pincher i u n A -1 Otta- has clp.lmed y dj-f.-uilt. vr.i, V.'nr.dc-rfrs at Quebec- -5S Holmcr When the sixih mile had been mn improved in pace, staying wen following was'the order of the first :indeHi- and he vas radiant. viir-hAnrr was in bad strasts. It was i 2o 2 ho'.irs rnia-, ly ice writer on his Marathon tirr.fs from anrt he to and snddonlv r.iiles may hope that more 'may be vcoa. jT.-.-JB getting him. His eyes were bad tho njoon-hc was'watching was inch or He Lave never viii-'.-i'o yuwiiaiu o icctu lu i n t ijji.vb.tiuu iiiitiiiBu .3.01111.- as jfie over yesternay 6 ijut i ne Pro'cssioiia! record was beat-. greatest "Marathon" jvinnpr' to Imorey to bark whej-.'lic cross- -hat he couldn't move a muscle. ABjmct one who sal ft'there was r a! ;hc >ml of the riftecntli ;c.-l the Atlantic. lie the .coiinf he .thou'slu. i pain connected with inn ;