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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDGE- DAILY HERALD AVednesrtay, January 2o CARL MORRIS VERY MUCH INFLATED NOW ROSY PROSPECTS FOR CITY HOCKEY LEAGUE DANCE The Ring WILL NOT FIGHT FOR SIX MONTHS i JACK JOHNSON WILL ENTERTAIN NO CHALLENGES UNTIL AFTER THAT TIME PJttaburg, Jin. do not intend to flfht for six months, and will en- tertain no challenges until after that Champion Jack Johnson, when ihtnro a telegram from Chicago that he vas to inset Al in London next ApriL Johmoc, nrho is with, a. the- atriml oocipmnr, he would quit show in Pittiburg, and ffoicff w> San Fnmcljco for two Bkocths. At the of that time he probably will start around the .world. te to Australia or flrvt. "AVIIITE HOPE" MORRIS GROWS VERY COCKY DECLINES TO MEET SCHRECK, TALKS OF CHANGE OF MAN- AGERS AND THEATRICAL TOUR OF COUNTRY- DICKERING WITH TOM JONES, WOLGAST'S MENTOR Morris' Measurement Johusou. Morris. KID LAYIGNE fid AiPPEAR IN THE RING AD WCL6AST Jan. caie f next in the and definitely abvoluUly todaj, acd it Is to witi a crcnrd. irfll 3, sund antag- will ba other rhftt Kid lif hrweishc champion .who held tbe "WoJfait noir sails i lor ind is considered, by flftt ai the gaaaest man who championship. The bout irill place -at Windior and viU as many rounds, EOL to es- etfhc, can stand. It via for the beneiit of Bob Farrell. it-bo ligiiCTreifht champion when was a kid. Farreli is veil past fiftieth mile stone nowr md is in poor health. Larigne is suli! QQTCH OKDERS q.ulte frisfcr and in fairlj ?ood training Age Weight Height Chest Reach 23 ti.l 40 Jeffries. 6.1V, Morris" Record Tim, Hurlev, knocked out. third round. Ed. Anderson, knocked out, third round. BatUins Britt. knocked out, one round. Jim Harper, knocked out, third round. Marvin Harr. knocked out. fourth round. Spike Kennedy, knocked out, second round. Chicago, Jan. Morris, the best advertised "white man's hope" in the world of pugilism, the bis Oklahoma idol of Fistiana's foUowers, and. the only one of the big list of aspirants for the big championship title, is seriously considering a fight with the cham- pion, Jack Johnson. It would cot surprise some of the clever ones if the foxy Tom Jones. Ad Woigasi's manager, would land Morris and take him on a tour of the country. Morris was scheduled to meet Mike Schreck in the ring at Okla- homa 'Citv ionisht, but the big fellow, either because he feared he be dragged out of the suue on a theatrical tour, or be- cause he aad become weary of Manager Robinson's dictation, took the bit between his own teeth, as It vere, and called off the fight.- But the promoters of the club have something say. They refused to cs.il ihe fifht canceled and have postponed u unul Jan- uary 30. Bowling XEW CHAMPS. OF THE ALLEY Hockey ti, Jt THE CITY HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING SCARLE AND SHOVER GO DOWN TO DEFEAT BEFORE EVANS AND MOORE Two new rollers established their nght to the title of chain pious last nijjiit at the Arcade alleys. Scarle and Shover, who have held the nnors for some little time now, were tumbled off their perch by Evans and It was not an overwhelming victory, for tho winners took the last and deciding game by but 10 pins, enough totals at the finish gave them yius in the lead for the five games. It was one of tlie most exciting matches ever seen on the alleys. The winners took the first game, the de-j reated the second and third, and then tae crucial game "which decided the! victors made the interest run high. Tee scores. ycarle......165 ISo '202 1S9 Stover......J6t> 159 1S1 15G S25 Sporting Goods '1 .Macleods 1 Hunkers 1 Hick-SeUl 1 Uttawas 1 Lawvers......... 0 Won Lost '1 0 TICKETS OUT'.FOR THE HOCKEY LEAGUE DANCE NEXT MONDAY EVENING The tickets for the City Hockey League dance which takes place Monday evening next, in the Knights of Pythias Hall, were issued yesterday morning. Each of the six clubs of the league were given fifty to of to their frlendt. By evening the reported sales had reached a surprising number, which gives rise to the hope of the league executive that all of the three hundred tickets out will be sold. It Is the desire of the executive to bring congenial gathering, such as will warrant the making of thr. aus- picious.and annual event. Wrestling tnd promises to st it his irtake U id iioida out. j adopted sports as a means to develop i their physical condition. Kence it TTUS ithat at their games held at Olympla [and at stated intervals [wrestling was part, of the program. At these games the champions of the i friendly nations me TH S'0rr U I JtUbiAO I U ;The successful OTTAWAS WON CLOSE GAME HARD LUCK STREAK GONE BEAT LAWYERS IN CITY LEAGUE j CANADIANS SCORE DECISIVE ViC- MATCH AND CRAWLED OUT TORY OVER QUEBEC Baseball OF CELLAR TEAM '1'he stellar game of the city Montreal, Jan. The Canudiens league to date was pulled oft' last'ilave shaken the hoodoo that has been night when the Ouawas triumphed dogging their progress lately. To- over the Lawyers by night at {he arena they won a 0-12 3M 333 31G 1711 Evans......istf ISO 203 Moore......164 147 155 1S9 312 350 327 3yj JJavies and Sinclair will play Evans and .Moore tnlght. COAST TO BE It was a clash of taiienders and a duscrved victory over by the victory for either sitfe meant much.'safe margin of four goals, the score Both teams felt that a crucial game being ,j to wlleil t.ht. gollg rang "left to play against the full Quebec so Avell did these four per- THERE STRONG cession, bat not once during the on .most the second time. At the same slaughi. did it become acquainted with: time ibev played such a good defen- npr'c interior. sivp rhu'f Onphrc was nri AT BIG BOWLINCS TOURNAMENT AT SPOKANE tbe net's interior. she garni' that Quebec was only ablo The first goal was made by the Gt-j to secure nnc taiiy. but that one put tawaa after a combined hustling rush.; them in the If-acl for the first and i Grayson landed the puck home and last time during the game. The line-i PROMOTERS DECIDED THAT PRO- POSED ORGANIZATION WOULD BE A FROST Hamilton. Jan. W. Collins, well-known baseball procotcr, and Hugh Shauuo-i, of Buffalo, were here yesterday in with a new professional leagu which they are en- deavoring to organize. After "looking over the gro.und they have decided that while London and Hamilton would support good teams. Brantford, Wood- stock, and the other places mentioned will not do. They 'Will try to organize an international league Tvith teams from Hamilton, London. Toronto, Buf- falo, and two other places which 'will be chosen, from the other aide. A NEW ONE rw> onamnmnc nr Tna uviuv UBL HIIIL unit e't rtraW r Seatll.e' I was the time Ottawa ha. to-jup_ Sched rePresented cated the net in the season. xuitueu 10 _ fa. tne Bowling congress at s _ __.... liter half riYYlfl TTlc I WORLD'S CHAMPION DECREES! THAT HACK AND TURK EN- GAGE IN ELIMINATION AFFAIRS competitor was treated i 3. hero. His return to bis native j land and his entry into his home city s made the occasion for a triump- !anc procession. He was the hero of the the hour. J The Oiymprc revival I dates from 776 B. held every STRONG CASE MADE AGAINST CKAR3ED WITH SHOOTING STANLEY KETCHEL KmrshSeid, Mo., Jan. Staiej_____ in prosecution of "Walter A.} -jjEgsjaj. Dijjiey and Goldls Smith, charged j _.f jaorderinE Stanlay Ketchel. Tv-eifhu campion pugilist, this and assembled there just to see Chfeuo, Jan. S4.-FranS grid's "champion wrestler, is deter- force HacSenschiaidt, theihonor o: JnPUer' bui tne four years at Olmpia in Ells. They were as t. r-eUcfous festival in QUEBEQ-rMoran, goal Malone Spokane, as 36 'or more teams fromi Jusc bcfore half time the KCore W3S'-PointVHoided, cover i; Mallen, rover.; this side' of the mountains will come evened UP- li came of Qne of those Malont-, centre1; Oatmati, .right wing; over to compete.. [singular instances which occur in McDonald, [eft wing. nockev when the keeper of the nett r-i Of the 16 will be from I -______- GAi goal.. Seattle, at least three from Portland, jwo from Tacoma, two from Vancouver linds it the best policy -to go out and meet the man who Is about to sboor. JVicol left his post to stop'Craig but -nl, pUri Lalonde, rjght and one each from Xew Westminster tbe ]auer outmanoeuvred "the former. and Victoria and one each from Ana- cones and Renton. jnCo a s, likej The interest ic the coming event bout with play- SOOT1 became the thing, and here 5s great, there being three series mm on fo {the people soon lost sight of the solem- P17 and sanctity attached to the meet- i tee snort. toon, after havingr made a strong case Drpley. but a weak one against! meet, and tnat he wul sign up with; 'Trornan, Vao U held as sui jiccom-' the winner on "the spot for a battle for i _ pllce before and after the fact. AI the charapionship. The Towan de-j _ Rtnnber of were promised' clares that Hack have to show j fjljllj tor 'vrnss AtiorosT Deiansy, of fen- OTWU? aaked 3h5rift Shields. C. of league games bowled nightly, one I at .the Seattle Athletic club and one each at the Bismarck and Imperial bowling alleys. E. Baiiey, Soreaso of yaaea. If they had not i' taard R. P. Dickeraon, millionaire; raaeb oinier. chat Stanley rCei chftl ioa. had been ex- f vctcd for and no sooner "ww the Question uked than Eoscoe tor the fered an objecaon to the question. 2nd ITEI by Skinlcer. Al- thoufb. overruled iroaa ttii queadoc, Mr. Delancr made several efforts to brine ont, but vt.3 stopped fcy 'the Court at every artempt. At the of ihe stai.e's teetimon-y signs of defeating a few good' tiers before he may have another j chance ai the title. WRESTLING OLD AS PYRAMIDS Suffered Defeat at the Hands of Australian Dave Smith in the Antipodes "Wrestling is as old as the hills. In the days Trhen men lived in dothed themselves with rig leaves in summer, zirded their loins and limbs! with skins of fur in winter, wrestling! phrslcal strength destructive force. attorneys for the defense called some cf the state's -srttneisei for re-cross- examination, but no new facts wets brought oat. Georfs N'oiui TTM rfae most iinport- witness ot ths day, as he wag the first to reach Ketchei sftsr ihootinf. He told of the dying oi Ketchel. in which he '1 rueis ;he7 have got me this said, in answer to a him to rao e during tbe long cycle of j ____up aia hands as he entered theiyears to present day have not in- diting room from a door at his back, jjured that art; that. ;t exists practi-[ Rnd -when he refused shot him. Ai-jcaliy as it WRS in the dim, was part of their'mode of fighting.; when hands Trerp the only weapons j in warfare or rhe chase, when' was the dominant} Its birth as an art 1 was in the days of antiquity handed I dowa to us 5n poetry and legend byj the bards of those hoary days. That the changes wrought in for the defense say the Testi- mony 'Will be completed tonsorrow, and ages of the ivast, aofiened and lowed since, perhaps 5n some of the k i. poNlblt.that the Jury re- rade is raade bv InBtructions. Arguments in the K. CIM will be made MoBday. tbe records have al1 thesc' ___years mocking the attempts of the old i Wnnipeg Free PMM: To oi raajl's handicraft. Fatiier j Moose Jaw curing rink Is the Tirae' efface them- Egyptian's Knew Wrestling Tn the temple tombs of Benj Hasan, locited cear the banks of the Nile.! in Cantda would be a Tact recording, but when it is learned that is the largest building of !te kind la tbe world there Is somechlnj' ho-rn in stone, wrestlers are depicted i in that for the citiiens of the: in various positions, exemplifying all J Western City to be proud of. The new j the holds and falls thst the modern ex- i which ic situated on Cariboo j ponenta of wrestling now use In their j weiL IB 140x175 feet running In tombs Xo. It: and IT the f ic-1 It is gituated only [urea of the wrestlers pearly 125 ort Mala and the main j 460 positions. It would seem from this I Uicjiaai the were masters of: corner and leads into the the art of wrestllns aud that the prsn-. clmb-i-ooa. TLli is a tpacioui hall lent day ath -eta scarcely from 15 by 80 feet with lavatcry ace other at south Ntd and committee and caretaker's apartments at Borthera extremity- There IB also a itMOblMatkisr plant bofwitcr tie tot riwtU. the WOTt of the dab art the Ice -vrln, to the methods employed br nien in thic sport wlitn the earth was young and "wea tho aead, legs end torso of civilization. It VIA from the Egyptians that.the i obtained their knowledge of I wrettlini. The in the Beni! benbi this. The Greeks j the greatest flfhters of those; It ITM but juturn] thjit and a goal was easily acquired. The opening of. the second half saw a pitched battle waging in the centre of the ice, a melee here and a scrim- mage there, in attempts to gain the mastery. For six minutes the hard set-to continued when the Ot- tawa rover, relieved the situation by slipping one past -Mackenzie and lo- cating the net. .From then to the finish the combat- ants put up a rare exhibition of hock- ey. Duncan, the mainstay of the men of law, strove hard to equalize mat- ters, but his efforts were ably check- mated and no scores resulted on eith- er side. The teams lined up as follows: Ottawas Lawyers Mackenzie j Cone McArthur wing Poulin, left wing. Dallaire replaced Payee in the sec- period. Hcteree, Art Ross. SKATED RENFREW OFF THEIR- FEET OTTAWA SCORED FOUR GOALS IN SEVEN MINUTES WJLL PLAY BASEBALL ON SKATES OFF KELLEY'S ISLAND Sa'nUusky, Ohio. Jan.' teams 'composed of islanders, each player mounted on skates, will be op- posed in .a givme of baseball to be played upon' the surface of Lttk'e Erie, off the south shore of Kel- ley's island. Sunday afternoon. The diamond and outfield were staked off today. The Idea of baseball on skates conceived by .7. A. Porter, of Chat- tanooga, Tenn.. iwho is..-wintering on Kelley's Island. A. F. Elfere, on will .umpire the contest, which, if the weather Is favorable, will probably he witnessed by the population of Keller's; Put-in Bay and Middle Bass Islands, all from 15 to 20 milsB from the main land and isolated for the time being.. Ottawa, Jan. 21. Scoring goals in the first seven minutes of Howard Home Watson Krason Butler .McGuire Point Cover Rover Centre Right, Left play and maintaining throughout a pace that would have taken the heart oi the fastest .septette in the country, the Ottawa team tonight overwhelm- ed the Renfrew representatives in the fourth local game oi the season in the National Hockey Association. The final score was to 5. The wearers oi red, white and black Duncan tnus avenged for thai memorable 17- Crr.ig 1 2 (lefr-at which they, with a crippled Higinbotham I team, minus Stuart and Lake, sus- Stcwart tained at the creamery town last Tne interpretations of Mel Putnam [March. Tlie line-up- as referee were well received by thej OTTAWA l.cseur, goal Lake, point Shore, cover rnver; CUKVED BAT IS THE LATEST players of both teams. center I Kcrr, left Rulpath, right wing; TOPNOTCHERS IN BASEBALL TO USE NEW STICK NEXT SEASON The latest thing in baseball is a new bat, and in the spring practice it will be tried by some of the top-notchers. The bat is curved and somewhat flat-, tened near tho end. The crook starts j about eight, inches from the end and extends about sLr inches farther, when it. is rounded off. "Laughing Larry" Doylf. Ty Cobb. and Josh Devore are among some of the willow-wielders that have ordered samples. The claimed advantage of. the bat is that it makes it possible for BIG GAME AT TABER i UllW IU I jj goal by fi raere manipulation FRIDAY The game between Taher and Macleod at Tabor Friday win practically decide the southern district champion- ship of Ihe A. A. H. A., if Ta- ber wins. Macleod, it is re- ported, will put forth their best efforts to stop their op- and a crucial game is expected. the batsman toy a jmar.i, Taylor, covers; Vair.'of tne wrisr to piace tfce ball to right, i rover r. Smith, center Cleghorn, right field or to left or to centre. The bat (wing left wing. really is a x-ariation of the wicker nf- Refrree, .Russell Bowie; -Turfgr of fairs used in the jai alia game in I Play, Duncan Campbell- Cltba' j_______________________________It is -said that some of the success of the Cuban teams against the Ath- jlelics this season in the Antilles .was largely to the use by the Cubans of a bat to which the members of the American team were unaccustomed, and which bat Is in a large way sim- ilar to the new bat proposed. The new bat, it said. Is no longer than the one now in use, and will not. therefore, come under the prohibition of the rules. The Turf KEENE FORSAKES AMERICAN TITRF A CRACKERJACK u_._ The January number of The Ath- NEW YORK HORSEMEN HEAR tletic World, published bv W. J. Taylor, JAME3 R- WiLL Woodstock. Ontario, just IALIZE ON ENGLISH issued, not only maintains but furth- COURSES er develops the national sports policy Now Yrk. Jar.. -Tames laid down on the inception of thisipveeno stable is not. likely to figure .highly creditable monthly. Tbe sea-jlargely in turf events in this country jsonaoie sports treated, the excellent I during the coming season, according Curling f 'I OI me T inest LlHCS Of Tnysique m the Ring Today and is Devoid of Any of the Harsh so Often Noticeable in articles pertairiiny to the important phrages of out-door paatlmei and the official Sn'onnAtLon given tell how to advices local horsemen have to- day. It IB aaid that the best of the string will be raced in England here- great a want in the sport life of Can- after. bclr.g micd by The Athletic! A further report in this IB World. lions and timely discussions, making It de of the iwued. Its psgcs are rich In tllustra- of Ike for and a l BUlr. is that James Rowe. who has trained the Ketne horses for years, has smi- csblr severed his relations with tbe veteran horseman, who is notv In Eur- ope, and will train H. B. Duryea's In and FVanee durins tbe rucinit in LOCAL CURLING RESULTS Tne matches last night resulted as Atrd vs C. G. K.'Nonrse, Ueorge W. KoMnsoa K. McLsod. T. McLeod vs William Oliver, K D Johnson vs M. Tne draw for tonight is: Duncan Duff vs Robinson; C. G. K. Xoursc vs u. S. Stacey: M. Freeman J. Atra R. McLeod. ;