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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETJTBRIDGE DAILY .ItER'ALD Tuesday, -Tamiary 21, Turned Boxing Bout Into Rough House SPORTS Two Women Furnish Fun With the Gloves MARQUIS OF QUEENSBERRY AND REFEREE HAD TO BE ESCORTED FROM THE RING WHO BEAT LANG MAY BE MATCHED TO BOX BLACK tAM LANOFOAD Jan. b til ox- ortr of Bill on Mentor Hfht. Sailor Curran, itotikm ou foul in raund, now being talked .as A opponent for Sam Jjiofford, who will arrive in a very Hw from America. Lane U very uoch hie defeat, as the foal eamittod had one stone to play, and with it he duplicated his feat or New- Year's and nimself, making the score, Barbour, the millionaire l amateur boxer of New York, -who won J the national amateur 0- championship at Boston last year, will I The rinks playing last night were moet likely defend his title this year in that citr. Billy Rorenback. the re- tired amateur champion, who won the 01. Canadian title some years ago, and was regarded as one of the ciev-; erest amateurs seen in the ring, has j been, boxing with Barbour every day Asquith Ires McMurphr Buchan in New York. BOULDER, MONTANA THE HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESOKT OF MONTANA known the CARLSBAD OF THE NORTHWEST mo-t Hoita Hot Montasa. was opened to the DubUc Tiilv THE KCTBL M .Unated In the MOUNTAINS with e CHARMING SCENIC SURROUNDINGS, (3 miles Boulder, ilotrtana. on the main line of the Great Northern Rv an en'a mldwiiy betW9e" Hel" THE HOTEL is of Mlielon Tj-pe, has R capacity of 125 TOOIM, EQuipped with an up-to-date Heatlne every' Water' and "S THE BATH MOUSE to the Hotel is e-uin- with BathK. Plunges. Needle nnd Sto The appointments are" in all and ic charge of competent and skilled attendants THE -MINERAL WATERS of this WSLL KNOWN and POPT" LAR KESOKT, come from many iprings. ranging la tetupemure from IK) to 188-deareei hot and are NOTED for the PT7RF RHEUMATISM, CONSTIPATION, NERVOUSNESS KIDNEY awi COMPLAINTS, SKIN and BLObo THE 12.50 double. J3.00 ainglo ar.a up; 51750 per and up, accordlaf to room location, etc. These rates include JtOOJI, BOARD and FREE use of THE BATHS, with BLWKETS TOWELS FREE. -.10 THE HOTEL the MANAGEMENT OF J. E. JlcCOU MICK, hM bad manr jeam' in handliu? resons or thit ktad. AW sbomld be to IP MONTANA. Aird Skip f. Scott "n, Scott Scott R. Scott Skip "u; Cope Stafford Rodgers Oliver Skip............... 6 Wallace h'astcn Tillpy Ry lands Skip...............16 Hamilton McArlhur .Stewart Hayncs Brown Static N Skip...............10 Skip Tho gaircs for tonight arc Xoiirse vs. Aird .lohnston vs. Freeman R. Madeod vs. Robinson! and Oliver vs. X. COLEMAN TEAM LIKELY WINNERSOFJRAYER CUP Defeated Blairmore in Crow's Nest League Match Fourth Consecutive Win Coleniiin, Alia., .Ian. dweat ing Blairmore tonight Coleman showed thai are there with Ihe this snaking their fouutli straight win and from all es it now looks as the I'rayer Cup would Mud a resting place in Colemau along with the several other mugs annexed by the different sporting or- i gaimavions of the town. I It was a closely contested game. Blairmon- scoring the only goal which was scored in the first period. Jn the second period Colemaii got down to work arul notched up threw goals, while the-ir opponents found the net for two. VABE" THE RING- Syracuse, X. V., Jan. At- tell, featherweight champion of the world, out pointed Billy. Allen, feath-. enveiglu champion of Canada, in a ten round bout here the exception of a few rounds Allen did most of the leading but his shoeing was marred frequent covering. In the fourth" Tound Attell injured nis right hand by coming in contact with Allen's elhow. .Attell rcas not forced to extend himself in any round. Honors were even in the sixth seventh and eighth. In the two rounds, Attell quickened his pace though nor. letting himself out- iiill Allen is Canadian born, being a native of Ottawa. He made his de- out into the ring'-rat'. the .-.Toronto Amateur boxing tournament eight years ago. and cleaned up'everything ir real. base tncir cnnclusions upon several j th plenty of daylight hc.wcei. thcm couldn't even rccah the fAni.c -in.4 and nrnnpT-Tin facts and mar.y pet theories. selves and the runner-up. First they point out that in the his- j Considering those things, it looks i tory of major league ball the samejif. those who hank on the Mack men (fHd I ?ay? Better make it instances where a left fielder rushes; in, or shortstop out- fools the third baseman, are so rare as to be practically unknown. But. there ths- ball over the headB >rr Robinson, real- fringe of the crowd before the ball fell, was starKMng calmly at the plate. .______________ i tory of major league ball the same j ".those who hank on the Mack men Jimmy .Oonnriily. who was on third at team has usually won the champion- ginning another pennant rx-erc figur-jthe thnt? had r.uroed and got the sun enereetic Whea a manager succeeded in building; win ties of baseball, however. ap.Darently cct off fay the crowd. up a winning machine he can almost trie interest of countless thous-! "Theiie was a whirl of black count on its runcing smoothly for at fever heat concerning our stockiagu and dark uaif two years and it is cot until j tional pame. a pace I never any shortstop e nthpr'-hacoKii! Oft'orc since, and the trot7i by his energetic ing to the latter Frank will likely dis- locate hiP jaw talking or some other j "gaw's on April 1st {f ._ schedule works out ell right bascba11 leader Develops first-class team that the championship takes some time ;o decay, so it also Roger Bresnahm of the taJces of experiment and hard has canned about Ml of "P a land will try to win the Jennie Yack has ccrlainly put to- iLeapuv nr.nnanr tritv. gcther a wondrrful comhintliOR black and orra, equal oe'orc since, and the a decent -crowd, and wishing to give Fred Tenny. of Boston, says that all have swelled heads only-they should not be termed "swelled." Up to j They ao tha( tlmeof going to press. has not him hardly to declared his chapejiu is too small i for him. bfs never stop- Jan. Sug- inioto, a Japanese, trantu to Play hall with tho Ito made Imown hJs ambition In a letter to President Murphy, asking permission to go south with the team next month. In his request, couched Ja the best English, the Japan- ese athlete announced he knew -baseball perfectly and merely asked for a trial. 4- warded the correspondence to .Manager Chance at Glen- dora, Cal. Sugimoto is a. small man, 21 yeaers old, with considerable infield experien- ce, acquired in Honolulu and semi-professional clubs round Sun wbere tie is now living. A ;