Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
TTTF, T,F.TTTT?l?TT>rrF. TVATLV-TIFK VTJ> Alf. Fidler in the City Talking Over Baseball Wolgast Bumped by ''Knock-out' Brown WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH THE ILLINOIS: f Sam Savage Goes to Regina Meeting to Boost for Alf. Fidler's Froposition , -- "Old Hoss" in Lethbridge Calgary. March 4.-Sam Savage, pres'dent of the local baseball club left ^ cn the midnight train last night for the leas'je rrettmg in Regina. Mr. Savage is going down with the inient.'cn of trying to get the Sancton Of the clubs for the old Boss Fidler league, composed of the citie.s of Winnipei), Brandon Ed- 1 monton and Calgary. However, he v.lM stand for any other league that is j; thought advisable. Wcrd v.as received today by Mr. Savage th.it Brandon ' and Winnipeg vvouid be represented at the meeting if Calgary would attend. A)f Fidler, cr '^lUl Hish ' .ns lir. ii on Captured Fleishman Cup' - New Brand of Hockey ill Li'ih !' iHinoys. in;: Mr: FUiler iliui his iuo pet pro-pos^lrions were tujiirely o;ii of order. 3le tailed on ii;' ijcr.uu .-�lur!n.^; K,!! Tlu- iiir i oV pliu'inj; two iiMins In Cal-tnr Hnti M"^e ^f'H �'-> ^lii* viiws r'."^.n'l!- .u.uy . par (.'alsary d I ..yi.f, 1m--ii li'" hockey was in evidence on h.ch si'l'S,; j,, .. ^�.\.,^ ,i J Big Swede From Idaho the Sensation of the Big Leagues - Holds Strike-out Record - His Salary Chief Bender may be the proui! j only fo'- ilip acnson of l!)10 but nlso possessor of the liilc of iliP premie,-; f'^i' �" 'I'lfinp Ihe hUtory of major 'of .Ampriean league pit.vher.s by virtu.-i ''""'"'�^ of bis bavin? won the largo it ppi-i i'ciitagp pf g inies pl:-i>e(l dur'iig luc ^ so son of H'lti. I 1!.; i'prp Is another 'ipro of llie ' baspbtill v.cu'M V. lu: effo'ts sliould i not forever rcui' ii uii;;. Sun' Ic' has ik \er been :i mpmbi-r of a world's \ cl...in| .oij.-hip team; no, iiot i-.tii ,.f a' ; pc nimnt w Inning toam. On tlip comriiry. his club lia.s ncpr' i ( veil ri^i!! fioni tlip sec.i;p1 ii;.i.;;oti .ind for f! iijv sp is was th" uiid'.. pifed holder of the title of "cpll.ir cliami.s." He has ue\pr l!pibi'h be has been IdPiilifiid. but SI ill h,-s been knoivii as > no of its be- ' pl'.'l'prs and must valutible .^issets and it ha� "pn said by many experts ;bai If hp bad a team like rlip Atli- If'iics, liip t o;- ilic .\'.---v "S'i-rlal'.cr lohnj^.-u I of the Wanh!ng;on -N-.iiion ils. .eiiLY PAPKE-: KiniS viiTrf -Gb^^-w.".-. Pitched MoEt Games but the latirels wont once niQrp 'o Pincher Creek, wb.o d^fcaud their op-1 _,\^ri,(,; pononts by the score of I lo ',' The teams lined up as folio we: 1 � pp'.'i � ri:\.,l ^.\pr,ll Fernie Pincher CreieU Uarragh Ferguson Walsh ! Quail Rldpath Kerr replaced Kerr in the second - .Melville. Kirkpatrick Quinlan Dudley MInton Erlckson Goal Point C. P')lni Rover Centre L. Wing R. Wing .Miller: Kc-'iIps .Marcpl!"s I.ync h Mani'iis i noal)ip I Pell "icrl ilipi p -'Vi; ii '! . :.! .', ndr � .�. ?: an si;.-..,i>..rs. ii" bp'11 f.illi- i'a.p'i.' ,i!tl '� :-o I s:: ft. ni.-ikps a ipnsp like a cba.-io;: wf cii r'.ipl:" )� 'd bp .1 ii : ' ' ,.ii;-liiK -i: .) '- .1!-, '�'��> o -. trj- v. !!" t !;-;i!p^- 'i .-u til ct- to 111 pu(|i'ir,i' .i.^ .'o iIp- on- \^�llile as before menionerl. .lobnson lu;: iKvcr l.rld the title of cii iiniibui r'it.-hcr of tl.'p Ai!ipri''un b riTUP in t!^e season of I?IP hp held i'.vo r^'cords of wl'.icll np twirler iippd fppi nsh.unid. In the first place \\'- wi;! ihe baid-" ' � 1.'''-. l'.i|.ke Ittiockod p.-."i bpst record was against il'p tank- iinui on .Inly 12, getting 1,1 on tlinl occasion. He also managed to get Dpiroi:. Chic.igo and Boston for 12 o'(h In a siiu;|p game. The worst l.p did 111 one iierformancp was against ','.0..--011. Ociobcr, (1, when he tauned oa]\ two. Draws $6,600 Per Ii is understood that Walter hai a three->c'ar cmtr.iCt with the Nationals Tl'.is contract calls for Sefino a year, which is considered rather good i)fty for a in-'11 of 22. The fact that this youngster can drag dovn such a high salary in times or b.:.-pball peace speaks voUimea of !)rai.'--p for his executive ability, proving tl.at lip is just as good a business man as a pLchcr. Wiien .lohnson camo. to Washington ill I !mi7 bp ri'cplved in the noighbor-hnod of $'-''i'iri a year, and within four years he has more than tripled hl� wages. How He Held Out '\''ear before last .lohnson realired � thr.l he w.is the only real big attrac- CANADIEN'S CHANCES OF WiNKIKGALLOFFiS.SSl^'^.^^/So^'IS^'-^S^ had an aveiagp of .�!i4 inilmg lo win | ,.,,j, inrnpii thp trick. He figured such a majoilty of his games. I being llie case be o.ughi to get more j tlian anybody else on the club. He ! held out in 190ii and finally w"on his The other record secured by the in-! case, although the Washing'ton own-doii'lta.blp Walter is one he can in-i ers d'd not agree to his terms until d-'od be proud of and one tliat will. ' near 'hp opening of the season. With- TOOKE COLLARS re made in Canada By Canadians For Canadians. Be Canadians TEEVFIT-2Ior 25e. MissCanada's Appeal to Canadian Men tlenfrew. '.tarch .'!. '.V'h.'ii rci^-iipi"!' ' Renfrew jchance the ( aiiadipiis bad to tie with !.'n''rav -lup M i.u- llie cii,,ii! loiisiii)) (.1 �'b.rliorii thp .\aticuiU IIochi-\' .\-socialio:i w;:s I'H.ior made sIiipup'I- bpn. io':;:ir ubi-n I'li- '\air Renfrew f(;;c,'tp dovvncd llieui b.- .--li-h score of , 11 i '\i tiiioni '1 i;-' Rf.], 'I-,', team .-;|Mn..(| a ^ (.--i- Ki'.,.. pleip :-p-.pi.--al n; iiuiu 'mm ib.ii i'.i: . _ playp.l in 'i-i' -'inp' .Moiulay r.iglii a:,il despr-p.i Ml will (in thi^ niL-lits pia} ('uiiudipus to .k ilip b--.;il ic fii':" tcriod, b"iii.' atpad ai lU-'- iiir.c 1 to and at niU'CiiM' to !. 'cil i!i- li-uiH' se,..ii ..i.'npl i' 'a: lio- i-iiU Goal Point C. P cut R T. er ('��ri'rp U '>\ini.' I.. Wii.'g Canadiens \'ezinn Powers La\iolettp Pitre Laloniie Pa van Poalin Holds Strike-out Record .vl-hni;: doubt, stand for 0 long time to ccine--the strikeout record not o'lt lobiifon ibc Wriflhlnglon toam was a joke and Ov.'ner Noyes know It. i 11K' '�'. 11; 1 'he rill, lu'l'ioir thp a i J. aup'i.' 01 ' lif ^ I ai:-. II;; I ��'i V.I M" � failed �: li:..: l.ei ,,i iiii scori'ii: 'a il.e |a:: IP'�>.-;i icin :�� s � il aili'-us ne-p: lil..- o'.-fo-ir t" thr>-\f -a] .1 the nets. I; co^inte-a, umpire ^ ;'.s repl p' hnv, e'"i'. and tlpi WANTS AT THE START YANKEE MANAGER At'J.KlOUS TO GET OFF WiTH THE LEADERS .\ii c'Pii bieal '.v'.tli i!ip oliicr sirou.ii, clubs at the beiiiiulug of llie 3(,as..pii ! is all thai Mai i'basp desires Tb(^' manacer of i'.ie Vati'Kpps says that hej Ms coulbli'iii ef t.ii-'iiaa closer 'o il;"' front iu It'll tlir.ii ilip rlub did laai year If h well. He lire.;'; av.-i v. :,, ili" I-m iers, bcaiiBH" in bi-- nii'd the team ulll eipjov ibp; moil bpucfii-iai training trip of ilBJ carepr. ' "llip ime lo correct faui's." dcclr.r-i.-d Clcu-e '. r.,'io da;. , ' in ! elor I iie 01 Piiiiiii, of ii:p ca.son. Herp'of.-rc tbr. Highland.'rs Ipi'.e wori'.d i:onir.M;rd ; through a ba of 'br I'^ir towns ' h � cip.ild ;pii 'a,.,|i,., ,.;,jioj-.in'jii -ivd-y .I'p il.p colli'VMS inierr-t-'�p- i.ro'.e :.p ii'ie of our ' ! v,p rcai'tiPl tbe nori h fi'.''iii!Pd ill auytlii"'- that � 1.1 b (3- cey lea a �i I Siippial ��o the lipr.ild. 1 1.- Fr.''d (liavellp. secrftary of the Calgary .\.C. 'i.\ from Nort'np'.. seen lary of tin .Mian Cup vvii llip local clu'is ctiallpugo for il-.c Ciil'. 'I'lt:^ �!! . ' �� .-IllliU 'I i . i.iavrlle. Sec. Caluary .\. C. -Triisiees rc grd laiiooi acr-it r',.lg.iiv cliaiUi,i;p for lip- Allan Cup owing lo soiiip of your p'aicr.-- no.- I,,,ii;g pl.).''Me In a(c-'rd,incp with rule scpo. ' .\'e voril !�: s yei beeii rpcelved about tbe Si. .^la!y's club clinl-ki:^;- Mr it- ,'1 \ (.�.�. a i p p.nd il is undprsiood thai i, will be acefjii ed. 'lie- ('.p.iar> -\ !'. depisi\pl.\- defeated Si. \|,'�ry's last ni.irbi in aa p-'i' �; i'ui rau.e by tliP score of a to 2. .-a; half lime the score vas tod. iHo -ill. bui the Cils. s'lcceeded iu putting in three co.uiil-i--r.- ia 1 i : pi..r 1.', miiiiiics of I'lay. |Princ:' .Albert, the V.'estenierR .state Gave Wolgast the Worst of Ten-Round Bout .\ew York. March .1.--Valentine "Kuockoui ' llroivn. the .\pw York lightwcbihl, gained a popular decision O'. et- Ad Wolgast, world's lightweight cliamiiion. In a shislilng ten-round bout tonight .11 the National Sportiug Club of Aiuprlia. Three weeks ago Brown fought Wolgast at Philadelphia and the crowd of :i,1)11(1 which saw ihe fight tonight \oip,l lilm a victory, although the law rpiiulres that no decision ha rendered. Bro-a'n forcP';l the fighting from the star! and on tiio ivbole gave more puaisliraeut than he received. In the clinches Wolgast showed su- i that ibp challpiiEcrs lia\e Rone back 'of late on tiieir showing and tiie feel- '?|Af ^ f^'^-'^'^'P^^ l'�^ ''"'�^ "�' Winni- perior ring tactica with his InfighUng. iPPg on the r quest. H's tacilos were rough, liowever, bo much BO i hat they brought hisges from the siectators. Neither man wag in :%ir:::':Z Not Classy Enough - The ^ Peg Will be Their Limit ^ distress at any time during the ibout enoiigli to Ing. ICi : b linc'ip. H. w p ;i,.dr. 1 re.'!'ir.Pled a io..e1i ar^ iieui. S.-'.skatoc.ri. March 4,-Tlie Prince Al-b..-i t i.i'fi' decs not nncm averse to rtrea'.ibe.-pug i.n ror tiie Stanley mug . i:(.'.r:n'r,"c .vliii rome of tbe Saska-i ('.(Ml rcitprial. Tobin will go with the � .\'ori p.^rpcrs lo Winnipeg, a^d Hoyle, i ih' .oar -sprint man of the locals, had j a 'Piniit'ax; off.'r but decided that bis i Sa.hkatoon real estate business was | rjiipullv evp^aruiientiiih !iad lo ba car-l......."' "'I ricd on after the bcgluuing oi the reHij"'"re Important than hockey trophb-s. ' Hmmy dardner, tho clover Wanderer wing, has been a gentleman of lei-, sarc oir a number of years. With tbe 'cut ill salaries iu the \.H..A , it i� probable .nnunv will seek an akler-j niaiiic jo!i in Montreal during the next 1 twelve iiiouthg.