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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTIF. T/RTnURinOE PAILV HERATH TluirsdM.v, \!;in:lj 2, !�M I. A.A.A.U. EXECUTIVE HAND OUT DECISIONS SPORT ROWING, HOCKEY, RING AND BASEBALL BDDLE The Pride of Millionares is Taken Down a Peg SPORTING GOODS BANQUET NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT   T'.'C S:>.iri:riu i ".(MmN "�.:>� 1  l.-I Ih.' I- .'. M"> n''\; 1 li:ir>.i.'  ihi- \l."\:ii)(l(M i'll M iM"t � '  I Nrw riimn [)�. -lis I'',, 'i  In Mllil llKMi.lls will  1 ;.i is>TiN-.|  111 1 lir i(>:mi � lili > �v; nil ci' �  the 1 ,f>i lihfi'lt;*' i 1',;. .iHKi't .i  ;    4� * ALBERTA AMATEUR ATHLETIC BOSSES MET    PORT ARTHUR  PRINCE A4.BERT  O WILL PLAY OFF PACKEY McFABLAND LANDS TOO OFTEN UPON THE NOSE OF THE WEALTHY YOUNG BOXER REGINA Session at Red Deer -- Banford Brothers Will Have to Sign Z Affidavits to Establish Their Amateur Standing -- Calgary t Players Not Eligible to Play in Allen Cup Games -- Many  Important Questions Were Dealt With ..il 111 I 111' 111 mill 1 I' 1,1 Ki MP PhilailelphUi. Pa.. March -�|'a. � k(.>y" .McKarlaiid. tlie ('l)irano ��esiertla.�. ni ;lic , Americau A. C. Piidcai oreii in uivc Anthony .1. Drexpl HIdillc. ilic in:.ni li.stic hope oi ihc AinericiUi -Mihi ' a lour round lesson in ihr art 01 ?pir-tlefense. r'.i>:key did ihc besi lie Vnew how. hut "Ton.v was unable :o Snniprphend a ereai deal 01' wh.i; rhc claitiiant for the lights el.ehi rliani-Vionslnp was dolus, and .is a resuli �Ton.v" loniKht is uursius a ^ore Hose. It was bumped .ii lpa.si f times in ilie lour rouiuis �.\'o�; Mr. Hiddlp." f'ackey whispered just before the song was sounfi-od for ihf flrsi roiHid. "I am soing t.o hi: you jii�t in one spot-risihi on the no.se. And I am goine 10 u.-�e only one blow-a straight left jab." Shadotv Boxing Worriei Tony Packey �tu a la O'Brien. , enly more elephantine like. He snunE, rights and lefts, and rushed Packey to the I'oi'eB. only in find that Packey j was Btauding behind him smilin.ic j �when the "hope of Uie '40ti' " had re-i covered hie equilibrtum. hardest kind of body punches, to find,,jT- otitaiio, inuii vhi-uci that ihe glove of Packey always was. , , . , It "as no hi' ^e s irprisi in the road. Lands Two Easy Tapi ' T>'� of 'I"- l'^-'-" "Tony" did land Two blows. They'walk off wirii the SHii,nil .mil � tarted like the arni.s of a windntill J j.,,,,)^. y,- ,1,,. c ,|, .,.;.,.s �nd Packey could have aiepiied back . , , 1 , , , ,'iu' in the insi in;i| th" \ u ^ Iioth limes, but he lei iliem ai.uul. They didn't hurt ioverwhelmiut; m.i^ieis llmw.v,.,-. .\ftPi il was all ii\pr tlie.v' shook i\ics hold ilie c in :is jumIs are il hands. "Tony' passed along ihc compliment to Packe.v that he was the Kreater.; buy with whutu he bad 'vei donned a yluve. Packey just srinned. "Tony" may reasonably sa> he wa.-; I' l^Hs a ia.^iiT .thiI saiiirinr eiim. not in condHion. He only heard of m eviM'\ w :n 'he lirst -.nnc Ihe pruinihcil boiv late last nighi .ilii-i- .Sl.uni.i-, iii-.;hT. .\ uarni wa'r ha his good friend .l.-'wu" O'Rrien had swep; ilu nirnin. e >e;sicriia>. tl. �dverti.sed. for publicity purposes, thai ^of, ;,|,,| ,,,.,,1,. li,^. j,,,,,,,,' ,..,,|, the houi would take place, Ralher than disapitoitit his eood friend ".lawn. A. .1 M s.iid lie would see it throuKh eieti jf had 'u be knocked ii\it. He wasti'i. I'mke', (iidn 1 want to do i'. .�I 1,11,i-i' ;� .'\'lii* ! ; r^i.^ ni c II \ inc.-i.irs .1: ill 1' niiiu w ,1-01 .Mr. W. iui; ni i 111' \lherta at id li-ie .�\ MiMile. �I'.' iic|iiif!au: ii'.a'i-is lia Mil' ihi'in ifiuii lime :o 'iiiie. I am not .icquaiii'cil �i !i liii �latioii 111 regard in hm ki-> in Sll- the In the Dark Respecting Baseball Meeting There Sat. HeK!ua. .Maii'li 2. - So mie here 'a-; iitl- \"l^  I;-.r i'lea nl -.111,1' ibr ~! 1 ru uex- n ileal wi |i. allhiiimh notifica imi m ih.- inei't'iif; i his been flu.iiiii.i; arniiiui nl new league.^ and all nilier bfaiid>. lieiiiiia i.-- e.v|ie('ie(I to come in a.i;.iiii. .-J.i.-Jk.i toon will pi'obahl.i be dropped or at least ihai is the feeling liere Ii i.;es Ini r.i!". ;'.,iiin^ ill 'he I'i- Hntnrin r';i l: .Hit'., ni' lilt Ainii'f nf li'ln. .imi iliai 'he bniiil h.iil iii'i 11 I'l'ii ji i.-'i'd for ^.viiiu ihesi' ant: .s: a in! iu.g !i w a--' 'Cici'il In .\ii'.-tiM'. Sei"i'i..i'\ ol 'iie Hal-tuntl nil i'l ,i!'i'.-i.--HiIl.ll l!oike> I'l'lb. siaMii'4 'h.ii hey liail 11.ud no nume.vs wliaieve" ii) !w> = e nitii in th. uanies niei' inilell. ,illil filiihil'. lha' in the I'Vitii ol sucli ,i!fiil�\ii no' lii-iiiu urii- \Ii|i-il b> H'.e !'.lh nl Mil'ill Hie S"Cl'e-,ii'> iiniiiv Hie>" 111' 11 Hia' llieir �.'riis '.wii'l'l 111' sii.sneiiinil .111 :l .-aill iiifni'-1, .linii vMiS ioi'w aiilHil Tai-. w.T.s rur- ;il"\!iice but ui\' .id\ice wnald be that 'niiris' [ilayeTs shniild be dealt with si'verel;. by niir assoiii i inu We should 1101 liesi'.iie 111 i'Xpi'l or suspend players who are no' li\ing up in : he assnt i.ition s rules.' \\'il|i releience 10 'be \ai':ini'.\ on Hie l.'naril. caused li> the ii'iunval of Mr. Duxai to S.iskaiclie" an. i' was ilii iileil ;n lea\e siicli ippnin inein 'itiiil ihe aiiniial nieeiiug in legiird :o inep. Willi bv ihnir own .i.'ioiis hid L'ei'omn pmfn'^sintials. ii v, .1.* liecideii iliai 'liesi men should l.i- liniifind in-ill\|ilii,ill>. and ihc.t ail .ifiiliii'nd nr-Illi;:aHons be insirucieil li.r 'heir 1 aiils had been n.nu'elleil I'nl ri -I'l-iiiii ii 1' var^ real! irnii! \\'\ I'rn.-e. H,,- .-in. I'eial"'  re- gr* at lieilili utciliie �() allellll Hie iiiei'iiii:^ ,1' lied Ii-ii' nit Saiiiiil:i\. It IS iliffiiiili mr ipe IH get aw.I', irotii I.. I hbri.iti' .1 iii'i-.^eii'. Inn nn ah--eli'i im n iie-i'liii;is ii-a>.iii lor nui li'ililiu.g i in'in f' r 111'- itia'il 10 ileal wii h j season. The Annual Meet \ letii'f was read from :; ' haimon-'nn I'nii.'e .Assnciaiioii .iiiii I'alnionton i alt'iinnian Soi-imv. askiit',; periiiissinn n opi'iaie :ht' aihletie . h � iiipionsbilis ilns sen-nn. Ii w is decided n b'lve �he decision until the liine nf Hie annual mieiing, hut the boani r.-serves m aii\ I .ISO the riglu 10 deciib' ,is to He ilaie of such games bi'in;.; held, and lisii 'he appoiritmeni ''i rnferee. ai'ier anil iitni'-kee|h'lTlie secii'- -vy 11,1.-: instrniieil to Hn,iii'i' floin Hie .-lecn i.ii'.i nf the .\. \. 1'. nl ('. a ruling .1.-' to '.'�! 31 c'ii;s:i;iiii d Hii'i'e iriais 11 J'lniiiing i-niiipcHii'i'is. r ,V"s iininnil nut ihai th" ;iri,.es i^^iven in n,Ilie.'ion wiHi tile lie:.-.Id Uoad if n 1- w.^rn not in .ici ird'.mce with ilie rules nf the Asoiu i,,.ion. and :lii sec-,1-1 ii> w.is insi I'lnied to notifv tile iiianagei'.- nf tiie r.-ce to that effect. I' 'a as lip'.ideil io hold Hh' .iiinual iiii'i'i r.:s; in l-^dn'oiron on iJood Fri-n.i;.. prni .d-'ii tin chiiirniau oi Uie .....I'll .crei'- The Hockey Situation A 1 'i:g ills 'iission mnk plane with , lereiK" 'i, :||i' I}iKl silllHoil. .llllI ^a.� 1". ein'cilly ir.o'.nd liy Messrs. N'o'ii'i mil 'I'.arii iiai the se.'rnt.ny lie ii!.-iii'i:.'i li .1) .'.ij'" fiui \l.an flip �ri'ii.-."ts ibat 111 m.i' ijpinion nnrtain l::"ll 111 til-' I'algil"' cllil' -ll'i' r,e' eMg ibli in .'i-aiieic for Hi'' cup ow:ng 'o I he nil 1 I iiai ! Iie> a:i.i vii,! . 1 ; i :� 1 7 nf i." I'lp r'lli'.i. which ;-ia'es 'li.it a iiiRii. 'li f I I'licilile, m'l? nil cniu-i-c'nni' te.inis durin.g ' h ' ice sei'eint> was fiir'her .oiiie be-] instriicied m send ,1 1 opv nf this r." ' solution tn the Calearv club li w-as decided in isK .Messrs i'',ii''s lerei.eil .from the t';ilgai'\ I'liib. ami 1.iiinir.be club, respeelively, also iui.iruia mil a-, to whom ihe.\ .ire emiiloiml bj. in wha' rup.icii.v, and ai wimi sab.iv, .lul also :i -'nienntl! from tin i':ilaai> iind l.a'Onilii' 'bibs, .i.-- in Hie lUnii'.'i s ex|)enileil .ui brPalf ol .Mn.-sis. I'lark .Sutherland and Ken II w .n; ileeiili'd t'.iai 'u ;lii' iniiire 'lie iit'nripa'inr \\;'Ii ''i'lii'^rii 'n iiii'i. ihangiUH, Hieir clubs duiiin.-, ' ! � :: sou priuii'il in the : i uistr:ii ina blanks. I: w:i.s derided 'n i n, niiiinci,.! Hie aniiii.il nieiiiug Hia! un lanl b" issued to applicants inle-s ipiilici Hon is I oiiuieisit;n*"l b>' Hie ginei nor of Uie disirin in wb'i-li ihe :i;,; T cant resides, and thai the gmen ^ei'urn I ''natic. :;n;i in I'lrii ilis:i';ei IO in\ es: iga e e. rli � asc. III Hie .'V eni 'if i'.c .iffili.ii inn of 1 be .\lbert 1 -\tn:iieiir ll.iik"y .VsmhI r m'l �Alih the iiiiinn ii ''Va- de-iipHl in :is;. he 1 lemons l-.'siiiiimos il'ib of l-a! tnonton 'o submit a sta ennui' nl i"'--"i'i|iis and e\peii-es for th' siasoa \ '! i.^i iissioit inok place la ''u' ji,i-'.- I'n:': Arlhir, .March -. .\r-^;^ugelllelll^ were toni'l:idi-*il to '!::;� fi '� i '.' . 1 j.itil-s nf l,ncii ae'W'ei'n I'nr' .Art bur and I'rillre .APieii I'I Ills I'liese i;iinies v, ill he lield i n iledde '.' liii II leatii >ntill gn nasi Io ' r\ inli 1 I ;!sini! ^ .villi (.Uia w a i.ir I lie ;-i'HiibM lap. 'I'eam ; � nlii 'his 1 It V will :.;ii In Win 1. pei; n" Sa' ,r.iiiy .md i]U,ilif> mU gaii'i'-i "ill laki.' jilace in I ill' .1 nllinriuiii fink there on Mninla-, ;.uil W'l'ilueadiiv fob Iniciiig Tl 1' first game at ()l -la�.i lakes place nil .March 1 .''. Will Queer the Pugilistic i Game Worse Than Ever f-r's >ii" Ciiuaiii.tnAii'j-if I :''-vi:!f � uji hoir .-rui^; ! i IS 11' m;-.M�-r. .' ! ' I It J. -J'.i \'. '1 ! i I > . 1 i! I Vfi,ii I'liiii ; :n". I HI ,� � i!: ,. In Fifth Round Lost Roy George Bout at Bow Island (Soecial to the Herold ) Bow Island, Mar. 2.-Al Ensign gTl :he decision over Roy George here tonight on a foul in the fifth round Tl-ie Seattle man has difficulty in fighting clean-break style, beicg used to the other sort of milling a'ld the lo i! \\\ icb lost I'irn the bout was pro-' "bl/ 1 mistake. T^-o hundred peo-I !e cere ni attend.".nce. PROPRIETY OF THEIR PRCSBN4C IN BIG FIGHT CLUBS QUES. TIONED .New Vnrk. l-'ab. 2ii.-ThoFe are sport ing men who think that any club which allows women to wltuoss u , figlii ahould be dlBei|)liuo(i In Bome iwa;.. ju.si as turf clulis indict puni�h-I until. l! may he set do'wn as an ! axiom thai no lady ever aitends a : bout. .\o woman by the same tok�u i should be 'tolerated at one. The presence oC women at a reeetit j slugging match haa cauaed no end of I commerii. They are said lo have been rtomeii of "some cla.sE." The hnxes trora whioh the.v wii-nessi'd the ajiarrlng are bo tutuared ' H:ai tiie oci'iipaniB arc not visible from Hie oilier .seii.B. hiiL the wuineu, desiring to see the svhole show, stood oji the siaif Willi their enoontw and h�d ihe ringside nobilities pointed out lo I lietn. It is no early to rsise the game law on |iri/e fiarhts in favor of womci) II m.ij go in Philadelphia, but In no other place exeepi London, where Ihey ai-i' admiited to the loweai clat* �( ' bOU ' AN EAP.L GREY CURLING TROPHY Monireal. t,tiie . .March -An IB�Tk Hi'cv curling troph\ lo he enibl�in� til- nf Ihe cliampiiinship of Ihe Donlo-ion. is spoken of in curling cirelee as a prniiable preseni lo the .game I'airl (iiev before he leaves ihes'j Miore.s. GEORGE B. HOWARD ei iliimsv. ii'.i si keen was Hii ri:' ly iii( The end of tlie firsi ^essinii sa.i. li , KeiKiras leading ii> I 'O .:. and it:  i, i ni'her half bnili si-ored on*' a pic e. 'i'lie iw(i leiiius inil ilged ill a tain" if hastlini; work and ilie exi'itenii'ir al iiiiii's i^as iiiieiise. a large iiin^hii:' JOHNSON DEFENDS THE DEADLY KIDNEY PUNCH ( AN \i>i AN i:mhm:s AND MAY GIVE BUFFALO THE EDGE ON BOSTON FOR REUETTA CLARESHOLM WON INDIFFERFNT GAME! I'laresholiu, .M:iii|i l.-Tlie limke. tuatili liei".eeii ('iareshol III :iii,l ii m Inf.s imiai \'.'s snniev.iiai n' a f i n � n'.^illg In Hii' iUliditinll ol Hie Ne�' York, .Mar. 2,- The iiupbHu: �� to whether Kosion or Flnffalo will get Hip next Xaiional rmvlng chain pioimhlp regJtia will he the priuiii:;!; ropir of controversy before the aiinua. meeilng ol the executive board nf 'he I'liere wfi.- aim ,i i vv n in. in .- n' v. >'RMiin�l Rowing .\stioiialioii in 'rl." mi Hie i ii and 'he iilmers ..i:..... city .March l.^th l-tuffalo is willnn! iiii'iall> I i iin-diiceme.nts, hui Hoatoti in aliio e: liba .1 bn\el IS .bistilieil in using aiH piimli be nieasns nilier Hian InHlm below Hie bell 1 li;n e seen a i.e serv.ce in Hie ring fnr fif'een i-.irs. ,iiid in till n.\ [,f rteine lia\e ;:'-iir iii.iiiceil a gnn.l n.'snii fni a box-1'" iini aliiig ai!\:iii: 'il an npening .hii'li iiiigh' leiil ,11 ', iiiory iliioiigh lie use of llie killllel pllllrll I'll slii'W Hie eft" tiMiies>, nf Hie I 111 �Il I ha v n been in Ill's ritin bai'les aad > ei have 1,1". i'l- ii-i: an,, ilaiiiigv-rrniii being poaiideil nn Hi.- kidiie's. If Ihe kidnev v,;is during iu> training for Hi" Itcnn figiii I' '�r;:-i(0. This :in;e I fell down .siairs and the injury was nini'f' III' less boi lii'i'souie. far 1 was fori eil in lei u]! in my a-'iive training, and ihi. enin;!)!,':' Iheil sclli llie in li-BlOfi ri iia' .ilnb 1 I'lUlt rol. The nioMBure, a hub li,i.- 'he liickiiig of Adolph .>iireci\pls anil ^\'!!ittir.: n( I li ill.iMlaii- HSkie the lo.gisia:urn ill .saiittion :ii iSpeuial lu the Herald.1 iFrunk, Mar. 1 -A niasnn'"!'ele s;(!,.l Ing carnival was heid on i.he skating rtnk on 'l'iiH�d�v nighi and was svell �pMronlzed. Th� costumes were v.ir DBrieii .Ma'I lonongh iou� and piouir��qiiB Mrs Bandrtres ed as an ItallHii lady received first days i-ai iiig at San l-ian is'.. ami Lm priae for larties and .^ndroy .Malcolm- Angeles. 2b da.\s m i^.n ranieire ,iiiil �OB*, dressflil aa a nuo I�t for jglrls. Ill dayR each at two oinHr ilaces In th� eomic eoiiuiiie* Harold Piiikney The ne'w measiuie repiRcBf the oiri �w�� an ���.v first. The judges were bookmakinp idea with I'lie puriinuiiie; il**��ra, Uo>*ott�. .\l.c(jOwa.ri .;iiU Ni y and iinpnBMS a tax of i pet cen un 4*r, ^^he gryss rHticiip(�. ne. p I' give a "k a ni.tri- *.ch> -i"inlil Hiis I'l.iu il be sinii|ieil'' .\ llOXr 1 1,1 w IH". I : III 111 1- I I). '� I'd n,.i '. I'-riii II in- '.se ,11,'I .' . ,r,f ',1 � al,' \ I" -i i.i'\er bi'ni. 1 balk' 'i ,11 ; gainst I:. I 'hlllk II 1" ,. iil.-il PH i'l ol Ine galm �ml 'hai ' vi-f.' 'inV";- ''.riniilii be 'a::g'i,: lis n.sf I'.K '.' imn iTiSi Tki bnig a- ine i;!.rm' --elf In iiiiiie.-- 1 lia'.e alfa.'.s i "Sn.' rfi -11 d �� le of fipp'iiig vrhea ifl llie ^ 'liur'uea I half found thai it kejn ** ip 11 '.vlll weaken an nppniieni 1 onsid  i-raoly anu sHll lis use re'inires i. great * .immiir nl nleieiness Tlie oiilv Hme ( * dier r�.a]ly feit ihe eueci ot a olotv inj* any ai-oiiiii with it and l.atigford and .Mtell ha\'e tried to use it In most of their haities. hut I ne'.er noHced th;it thi' had iii'ii'li success By the way w her 1 foiighi l.aiigfmd I iio;iiered hiiii .1 gi'^iii ileal \\i'ii ihis p'iucli. MEETING OF CITY HOCKLY LEAGUE NEXT TUESDAY t Owing 10 ' .ii n.it ue In Tiiesdai eieiiit . il -r:i['e nf ! iie ' I 1 c:t: . tie � r.ne n.i e; iiig bi illii i neM g :n ibe pn,. nr.- nf llie Oallaf imlcl .Vll ciiius are leij.iesleri u- iic re-pre,-.ei,|ed.  O o ''^^ftr ( V,* v.- Starring in be Ejx&tc"rnt:i ;