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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE I. ETHRRIIJfJE H A11. Y II K U A 1. D JANUARY 21, 191-1 LIST OF BACKERS INDICATES THAT NEW LEAGUE WILL HAVE NO SCARCITY i OF KALE rhle.iso. Jaa- combined of tbe men behind the Fed- eral league dubs total somewhere be- tween and ac- Cording lo rreSiucul A- wbd his ginsi c-ul t. list o! IS men Trhn Bland ready to furnish the sin ol war for My conflict inay occur botT'een the new orsan- liatloa and tha older major leagues. "I am positive we tave no weak- hea.-ted EeQ te the said President Gilmcre. "They don't ei- to zo oat find make 'ortucw first They came in prepared lo spend money and fight, and etery man 13 convinced .there Is room for a third leai-Sue. I chonM say as a ETiejs that the coaitnt-J nealth INVITATION TO VISITORS The Lethbridge Curling club ex- tends a to visitors la the city attending tho con- Viritfcn to vitit the curling rink lad-witch the miUhes. and If they are curleri an opportunity will be afforded them to pliy the rcarirt' game. The Ice free from competition gjmti during the jftarnconl. The doon will te thrown open to the vislton, and they will be given a choice of excellent rocks to Indulge In a lit- tle tport, H they find time between sessions during the con- vention. fl'KEFE INI REPOKT OF PHYSICAL WOHK COMMITTEE OF THE LETH- 11R1UGE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION FOR YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31st, 1913. Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, Indoor Baseball, Bowling, Tennis, Football, Athletics (Indoor and Outdoor, Wrestling, Boxing, Swimming, Hand Ball and Gymnastics. GEORGES CARPENTIER PUT THE IRISHMAN AWAY IN QUICK TIME Mce, Jan. Carpectirr, of best Instructors. "lOO boys were taught how to swim, rind advanced .Instruction was gtren swlmmlce and lite saving to 60 oMer uira and boys. Three Moo- athletic nests were held during the year, and medals were J to the three men winning highest points. Tie. competition for lie Armstrong Shield tools place, but fcas not yet tourea.ser.1 was held during October. November 'andI Decem- The Nelson shield was won by the IleraM team, and the bright Cup nr individual score was wen by Mr. F. B. Boss. "urirr the Inter-S-jniav School I.Mgue .y iS" ot basket ball, 12 of football, and 2i telpcd to prornote the Dominion Dai Sport! ind assisted "i.lth the Labor-Day u Li jurt toey are young men who have only started." The leaders of lie- various clubs ere: Weegt-.min, res taurrcat oiroer; TVllliam 51. Walker, oyster and fish merchant; J. A. more, coil business. Hepbura, mem- ber of parliament- St. fitlfel, tnd brewer. Kr.rssaa S. Gordon. chnnt; 0. C. Midlsoa. lawyer. 3. Edwin Krause, 110- tel nan; B. E. Gates, lawyer; Jotu A. George, coal snd Ice. X Kerr. con- tr-'.ctor; Join B. Barbour, Hanlon, real es- tate; Hirry Goldm'er., John R. Wilson, Jr.." banker. Mullen, r-al estate-; H: T.- Carroll. reaJ estate; Owen B. Augspsrger, Keele went io the floor with a righ took to the jaw acd stayed tbeie. In tie first to'jnd O'Ketfe also was floored and seemed to hare littls chance at any time against the Frenchman. Alter the fight I'arprutler was chal- enged ly "Kid1' McCor, the former heavyweight, and by Jmthsr, ol Australia. said ho vould iate on McCoy. Buchanan's WHITE Scotch MAGRATH TOOK BOTH Magrath.' Jan. two local haslretball qulnicts vicre oa Friday night successful in defeating tho sec- LOT and junior teams o; the Raymond nj tie BLVHJ in ihe train game helns 43 to 23. The game from :he start to tta close the second half, hut it was plainly evident tbat the visiting team wa outclassed. Tte local squad playei the finest game they nave engaged In this season, displaying rctaariable. improvement Tbe yoimgaters put up an ei exhibition, the CHy lads by only a narrow margin. Woolf wa: responsible for a'. Magrath'! ecoreJ, although Scott pitched tw addsl value lo Ihe association Youngster! Freeman to try luck at as a comminity acset. I big league ball. He pitched thrw in rtgard to our relfeious wori. and (or Washington and then Charley Herzog, the noir manager nfrickcn with typhoid fever. rnd- of tho Reds, If planning a brand nev his career as a twirler. When he 1 Nine lives saved. 1 Survivpra now in 1 the Lest of spirits. I D. O. nODLliV, the gunner a lot of work, an he was acd hualty. Then one staried tin thai Smith kntxiked JphnEOD d07m while engaging in a litUo workout bout U was a good press agent yarn, and Johruon etood for It, be was wMitEg to 6 el an? He Bild a lot of nice things about Smith, intlmet-d that he 1 wjM hit 33 25 aoy ttaa he had lever faced. It brought Smith to the jnotlcfl ol Lbo proniotcra and ho [gl'fen a atari In tha four-round game lln Frisco. He not ranch of SOT raw hasehall rocruita aspiring to honors on the professional diamond. Herzog wJil inrlte to report at Red] and field each morning the Reds are at liome and they will be allowed to mingle and practice wjfi the Red team with the view cf later being signotf wlih the ReOs or mlcor baseball teams. feels certain of landing somo "stars" this way. lie polntu to tbe 6UcceB3 of Jscfe Carry, dlacoverf.6 by Connie Mack on the Baltimore tola. Buckley flpotted and via the lotig 'route haa bro-jghl him to Ui6 top latest IB that Lynch haa maJo an offe-r (o Jcrfn tbe for money, while B pi to. j American baseball stunt, a training recovered from illness, Frr etnao ,0 Toronto, where he dc- a rerord which has never hfi'n e-uall- M. l.act he was an umpire, in HAVE FEDS DROPPED BUFFALO AND TORONTO New York Report Washington und Cincinnati Will Be S'ow Jnn. was dc- cl.irctl bst on apparer thsl e tea Bu'ffllo Tor- onfo nrd w'li -lace tr-ams In Cincln- arid Instald. -T'vo Inckln? If trr? 11TV31.'' 'fi IM-II ball playtre tccauro o( Ucfc of rr.oney. GESSLER WILL MANAGE P1TT8BURQ FEDERALS Jan. (Broun. Gtis'cr, forreer hlj this is the real work of the aaFOda- tton, every department of our work in a rery real way IB rellgto'js, hut wo feel that we should promote and extend the dflinltely religious lies to a greater extent during the coming year. As noted In tho Hoys' Work report, the number of clessts and the num- ber of atudonls enrolled In Bible slndy i Increaecd very materially. Is, perhaps, tho mast oncourKglrig pan of the wort, as all know that If our boys secure propr-r training In mind and body" we need have no fear for the tutu re of our city and our co-mtry. Trie fact Ihat our dormitories so fell patronlvcd durb? tie year, as shown hy the Irf-as'rrcr'a rorort. prev-llln; condlllona, la a matter of satltfacllon. and the of and co-opr-ra- lion with the "i--nr_; of rrav (he f'.ci 'hit