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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pare 6. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, Jan. Lethbridge Borispiei Opens On Thursday Hockey Dance Was An Immense Success SEE MILADl COLUMNS j CUTTING READY FOR LETHBR1DGE BONSPIEL TheRing NEXT TKtJUifrAY ANO FRIDAY- FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE PLAY 'fine 'draw foe. the Letbbridjf takes place at lie link to- BURNS SURPRISE DIGGER STANLEY AMERICAN OUTFIGHTS AND OUT- PO1NTS- 1KITI8H BANTAM- WEIGHT CHAMPION AT NEW YORK Frank Burns surprised the followers of the ring last Friday night in New The Ring aifkv o'clock. H was York, when he autfought and out- to discruniniw pointed the British champion may whom the? wish. 'who-'wi P iak8 T VT. It- Stanley. GIVES LOSER A FIGHTING CHANCE KErEREE SJD SYKES OF VANCOU- VER HANDLES BOXERS IN NEW WAY AND PLEASES FANS Vancouver, Jan. Referee Sid Sykes, of this city, who is making a hit In the position .of boxing referee at the P. N. A. which closes to- He's a Mighty Force in the Realm of Baseball Hockey night at -the club, has sprung some- proposed fcefcwten tot gttei ijid seasoned play- i. Mltfftific-ihe rinks, but the The British champion hid the ad- thing aew on the: fans. In all amateur id- U. nul now and skips vantage of height and reach, and in bouts ever held in city .up to tins ,v_ P. used the kidney blow time It has the custom to'count' the used the kidney I V vrJih effect. He was inclined to wree- tor a fallen contestant, a3 in profes- tie and was eventually -worn down by jsionol engagements, on the tbepry.that. bodv bloivs and infighting. "P the "under dog" to.protect Hugh Bovd, .1. K. _. _ __ ti __ Dune. IWB, Jamts Aird, aixi Wjn. open to meet all from nsuit cotify the Bums had better of it at the i start and began' Ms body blows tac- Referee Skyes takes a diametrically tics in the first round, while Stanley [opposite aud aurprising Wheu rather wildly for the head. faja bo-v falis in the the second Stanley sent a left to either the torce.ol an op- v of the personnel ot their body.and had a shade the better die J10 entrance fee must the round. forthcoming before rinks are allow! Burns' terrific infighting in the third to part. -Tbsre will be for the curierc good prizes are be- up. !round gave'him all The better of the round. The Britisher showed no better advantage in the' fourth round. Burns had hard rights 10 the atom- opeas Thursday and' mill Friday, with JHe was fast 'Qn veatiwi: condition? right. Macleod. Craubrook, Medicine Hat, j jn tjje seremh Burns forced the Maple and Tabcr will probably with blows to ihe head and ere. ibody. Stanley tried for the head ser- EXCITING FINISH TO LOCAL 'SPIEL poneat'rt blow or by slipping, Sykes motions the opponent :o his corner, lifts the fallen lad to bis feet, brushes the blood or sweat o.ut of his eyes and gives him all the time -s thinks neces- sary to regain his wits, then permits the bout to cbininue. "This is bviiag-, not said Mr. Sykes. are supposed to en- courage clean hitting and blocking, not. to develop knockout sluggers or let our DOVS be beaten to a As quick as >.t becomes apparent -to me that a boxer is so far outclassed there eral times in the eighth, but iB little chance for to win l thlnk mjssed it right to end the bout. On the ether In the ninth Burns' left and right a a' ChanC9 the body seat ibo Digger tottering andl jacb. in the fifth, but Stanley escaped i serious damage by clever footwork, his feet in thc the referee had to drag him oif. BD'hi entered the ring- full of fight for" the believe it proper to give him al time he much as a min the boys all a chance. That's final round. In a break from a clinch Burns re- ceived a blow to the shoulder which sent him to the ropes, but be wasiLESTER l'IA.8 soon back with his infighting- He) clinched often and there were few FINE OPENING blows thereafter until the gong sound- JOHNSTON'S RINK WON SINGLE CHAMPIONSHIP LAST NIGHT In one oi the most exciting curlint; games .-of ilie season last night, the championship in single rrnks was won lay K; D. Johnston's rink, which dc- popular verdict went to "Burns frated thit ot R. Scott, by a scorR 'unanimously. Both weighed in at 117 offU to 9. Until last night, Pounds. and.Scott were.tied, each hannc.lost the sportsmanlike and true amateur While no decisions are'allowed the WILL GET' MATCH WITH FLYNiS IF HE SEATS MARTIN game in. the honspiel of the nasfc In the match, 'in which Scott beat -Johnston the game- was about even next- to the Jast Fhot, when one or .Johnston's men one of the opponent's rocks In and lost- a chance to tie. Th? plarine was exceptionally night, although in the 3rd end Uobnetoe got lead of 5 points which hr retained to the end. In the fourth fnJ nearir uli the stones the circle and Scott chaace of laying three, but- jctiara. leavic? the shot as it stood, nd "JohastoB scored one point. The winnings were even from ihis and the points closely contested. ii was not until the last stone in thar- any certainty was felt. The rinks were composed as follows: Stuart J. Scott IA. B. Stafford H- Scott 3Iugn Brown W. Scott (K. D- Johnston R. Scott Skip Thc ends resulted -us given below 'Jonnsion 30511001201 Scott 0'3 0 0 0 2 I 0 ft 2 0 9 MORBLS ONLY FALSE 'ALAKM MAKING REPUTATION AS "WHITE MAN'S HOPE" BY FAKES j Seattle. Jan. Jim; Flynn, th j "Pueblo may be Jack Lea iter's next opponent, if the Clealut i boxer succeeds in beating "Denver Ed Martin night Tomm Burns, who IB handling Lester, is am jioufi that his .charge make advanc in the fighting game, and th jonly way Lester will climb is by bea ing boys on the road to th top. "I will bring Flynn ro Tacoma fo PHOENIX 'CINCHES CHAMPIONSHIP Athletics C. BOUNDARY TITLE PRACTI- CALLY CORRALLED BY PHOENIX Phoenix. Jan. beat Uraud Forks toulght .by five goals to three before the largest crowd the Urand has evor seen. One hundred and fifty spectators came iu a from Phoenix. The play Jast and. cloan. This victory practically olnches boundary chain- for 'Phoenix. V T T EXECUTIVE THANKFUL For the unpanilleled sue- ITALY INVITES A. A. U. ATHLETES FOREIGN INTERNAL GYMNASTIC FEDERATION WANTS AMER- ICANS IN MEET NEXT MAY New York, Jau. Amateur Athletic union of the United States has boon invited to participate in international gymnastic.contests to be hold In in May, under the auspices of the Italian National Gym- nastic federation. The invitation just been transmitted to James B. Sul- livan, secretary of the A. A. "U. Jroni Washington. The contests are to be given iii con- nection with the 'exploitation of indus- tries and labor in celebration of the i fiftieth anniversary of proclanja- cees of the Pity hockey league of ihc kingdom of Italy, and will {By.Tip. Wright) New York, Jan. is one office-in New. York where baseball cribes are as welcome-as chitlins to a don't appreciate his comparison ask the first member of the order of Pullman porters about shttlins and measure his grin. but it proves that the big boes looks upon the sunny side. And Lynch speaks by the card when he talks base ball. Tie has the facts. v'The're Ja every reason "why the game.should break all con- tinued Lynch. "The country 'Is pros- perous, interest in the game was siiin-'j aance at the new Pythian Hall last night, the executive wish to heartily the patron- esses atirt all who attended and assisted in making the af- fair complete in its pleasing features. (Signed) L. S. Wells J. A. U. Xicpl E. M. Putnam P. D. Ftobson 'A.' H. Nicholson Executive "T" v v be under the ausplcei of the Italian National Gymnastic federation. The Invitation says: committee is particularly de- sirous that 'the United States, where! physical culture is-justly held in sue'J high esteem, worthily Jim Barry, of Chicago, was given decision over Sandy Ferguson, of Chel- sea, in 'a fast 12-round bout at the Ar- mory, A 0.-. Boston, list night. In the twelfth round Barry drove Fergu- son through the ronea and both fell to the hoor, but neither was injured. Said office-is tenanted by Thomas julared by splendid contests every-] J. Lynch, president of the National where, and pennants '.vc-re won In i league, and Secretary John Keydler. They are a great'team. Lynch, and some leagues by. teams which had not! finished iu front in 1903. Heydler, able, affable and authorita-t "AH of these things will help -make I Chicago, -Tan. thought Carlla bout with Lester in case the latte .Morris .was. going-. TO give me a great! is not defeated by Martin next fight day." Champion Jack John-! said Burns last night, "The time i; son said "but my own exper-jrlpe for Lester to try his strength The nejro fighter declared that Mor- ris is a fklse alarm, and declared that much, of his success has due to fake fights. -Johnson said that a rep- resentative of the Oklahoma City Club asked niny to permit Walter Monshun tc ;'iay down" to llorrjs, and that that his fight with Hor- pofliponed he refused to "throw" ?he fight Morris. NEARLY NUDE igh go. has been in the fight game tor nine yards and in that time has met Tommy Burns, Jack (Twin) Sul- livan. Jack Gardner. Bill Squires, Papke, Jack O'Brien and Sam Lang- ford. Fiyn iu of the hardest o'f the negro fighter. Martin rules the favorite in the 1811 a boom year. For instance, the success of the Athletics in the .world's series, while not pleasant for the Na- tional-league, will' act as an impetue. The loss will stimulate the National of, sunshine in a fog-! to win back lhe title this year, and reasoning the same lines, the' American league can be expected TO tighten up. "A close race increases patronage. When lhe day comes .that sees eight well-balanced in one organiza- tion the interest will be wonderful. "Every year there has been an in- crease in the aggregate attendance. !eague fal1 back a lmle' but live. -Mr. Tom to sport as cheerful an optimist as you'll find search warrant. Compared to the-average New Yorker he's like filled canyon. He has none of the froatiness so apparent to the visitor in Li'l Old. New.-..York, where, not to plagiarize, every'fifth man is a luck and the balance .-are cold rstorage plants for affability. don't-see past Lynch's profes- sional front (acquired in --the days when lie was ''best you are apt spection will show a twinkling eye and a smile lurking around thc corners of his mouth, and then you know this square-jawed man isn't half so fierce as .he looks. That r jaw, by th'e way. MAJESTIC THEATRE PHONE 646. W. 8.'SHERMAN, Manager. THE NAUTICAL COMIC OPERA "BILLY TAYLOR" WiJi be presented by the Musical Dramatic Club of the of Music Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 1 and 2 MAIDENS, SOLDIERS. VILLAGERS AND SAILORS PRICES SentB on Box Offict this is usually due to can be remedied. Thc National U played to last season, break- ing all records, hut I don't think 1 overestimate when I say this figure w_- v j t_ i explains how Lynch-.. squelched the doubled m a few >'ears- rowdies in -the old days and why he ,e establishments de- is president in the-face of opposition. V? in manv citiss 3Peak It spells fight. elotiuently of lhe strides the game lias There is room for improvement. At that the league marie a mistake don.c know yhat it Dut nolh. The fact that baseball refined pastime is attested by the thousands of women patrons. Ima- n was stopped by not electing him for a term of is p, ardest in the career ten .M-ar'be next winrer the is a reff M .ian. French G'overn- jand Marsriret Abrams. Not ?oment with following the usual rules of fare between those of the ser. they wen: ar it. in regular .Teffries style. ;hc Doyle gtrl assum- ing the Johnson end of it. They battled for several blochs and honors were about even, while the "I look for a splendid year in base- said Lynch. Not siartlingly or- iginal, perhaps. Others have said it. nant. We are working toward the day when leagues will take the field with eight well-balanced teams. When that day comes baseball will its highest dev-el-jpiaent cold, and some good curling was seen. The was of a friendly charac- ter and four full played and two six end fames, the Hat victorious in iour or ibem. Doyle girl tried to end the affair by tnent has becn so much struck by thc increasing: popularity of Rugby foot- ball in France, and are so assured that thft spresuJ of the game is good for France, that they have given l-'rcnch union a grant of and will probably make the same or a larger grant each year. Thfi French union has acquired the knocking: Margaret Abraras down of the large park a{ Colombea. then Jumped on her. She was beating j wherc there are no fpwer than seven. her rival into unconsciousness when the police interfered. After the had ted they were In "most deplorable Tfte skips for Taber were: Dr. ihdr ctolbe. mlmost torn from Leech. B. right, J. A. ROBS, their bodiee Rnd patchCF of u-ere W, It. Cavsn and W. W. Douglas, the for each game. Medicine Hat was well represented by, PJngle, J. Benson, F. Hut- teen playing pitches. All are not at pressut used for Rugby football, for and association are botli pity- cd on the missing from ears, noses and cheeks. They were laken to the police sta- tion and their injuries patched up, and j then went 'to their homes. JEFF COMES THROUGH WITH STRONG DENIAL TWENTY-FOUR HOURS ON'ROLLERS Hampton Breaks Continuous Skating Record: Faints Wichita, Kan., Jan. Hampton of Wichita, aged 20 today broke the world's con- tinuous roller -skating record sKating 24 hours. He fell' ramtinj? at the close of his feat. The previous record, made in 1309 fcr Joe Boa- mann. of Texas, 19 hours and -15 minutes.... Wrestling JL. A J- J, It is feared thai Miss Doyle will loge cninaon. TV. Cousins, J. Russell, S. T. Vawcett, W. Huckvtle snd S. cf the gameptlTe becn gouged on: dob" entertained toeir at as Abrams in the melee, luncaeoa and eTaoXer in the Union--------------------- He Not Go Touring With Barney OJdfteld A return match is ezpected to bo {billiard player named De Kiiyper in iJii at no- distant date, it Is expected that .at: least ;wo will mftke thr trip. tiad Angeles, Jan. J. Jef- by Miss i fries today authorized a positive inlnl of a story .that has been going the to tho effect that he and Playing simply with his hands a [Barney Oldficid were going to Mexico claims to be afcte is make breaks of and to give'Stevenson in 000 and then him. ?ight-.seeinp anfl would combine busi- ness with pleasure by gjvinp A sparring exhibitions n Mexico'.City and at othpr plnres HOPPE MAY QUIT BILLIARDS JjPOLE ACCEPTS RUSSIAN SAYS HACKENSCHMIDT CANNOT THROW HIM IN TWO HOURS Kevr York, Jan. Zybzsco has accepted George Hack- enschmidTs challenge to throw any wrestler in the world except Frank Gotch three times in hours, i The Pole says Hackenschmidt Trill be lucky if he throws him once in the Theatre W. B. SHERMAN, MANAGER PHONE Friday -Saturday, Feb. 3-4 Popular Price Matinee Saturday. Adults 75c; Children 25o. floor S2.00T fl.OO: Ba'cor.y 11.50. Gallery SCc. New-York. Jan. J ailoted time Zbyszco laat nleM. t! ioniy two of the three men he nndcr- U champion of 1S-1 and 1S-2 balk {ine {took ro down in an hour. DHiiard game, it was sold here, announced his retirement from proles-1 do rot intend 40 firtit for six sional billiards to b with Thrinvas New York lorhicr. whose )ecorae a partner and will entertain no chil- ,'alsh a natll aftsr that saM la Wben .egrani from Chicago announcing Alice ho married in Baltimore in jthat be was TO Al. Kaufman nest The Wonderful Girl Show 40 SONGS 497 Times in Timss in New York. anu San Francleco Call. "Go See Free Press. "B63t of Musical Province. SEATS ON SALE AT THEATRE SOX OFFICE, MONDAY, JANUARY 30. ;