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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ^r/PTTtRRIBGE PAyLY HERAtP Monflay, March IQ, 1913. N. Y. IS INMSIED IN THE COP CHALLEN rORMAL CHALLENGE WILL BE' ACTED UPON MARCH 27-RELIANCE AS. DEFENDER : . Npw York.vMa^ch ,8.-The report ot a fourth challenge from Sir'Tho"s. Jjiptoi^fpr, tlie;A�Ji(ir'c�'s Cup . upder conditions. which. compel its accept-ahce was .rewlYed,with m�cl� interest J "lodny at the >rew "York Yacht Club, although Dificlaf "noliflcation" \Vas laclc-dng. WMt 'ihc l-Bcfcipt of' the ' formal-challerigclb \viU. be. laid before �the next meeting of the .club ;.o�^MavcJj. 27. Under tb�-te^;fls8.-ot. the-dee"d. ot gift, a challenge for-the cup-ttoin,afty organi7.cd yacht-club nwist be accepted, provided ,the' qonditiops .of. t]j^ Weed'are fulfilM. ' . The slopp Reliance, Avhicli wafe "the Jast defender, and has been' on the Mays at "Ciiy Island-for nine- vesirs �nd a half, is in as feood oonditbn as �\vhen sfte was laurichsd ten-years'ago:' AVhcthcr the - club Trill rely oii 'fhe  Reliance or on some'new^boat^is'a raat-'ter -rtrhich rests with the members, Trifel "races for the sslection' of a idftfender probably .*ould be JieW in taee a Jlew boat Is 'hnilt. - /'  There; is a possibilltjr -alBo that the thallenge may call for a> 'schooner, �6 great interest has been shown "both in England and in this country in big. schooner racing: Whether the rig d( the: Reliance could be altered to meet sudli a situation is a matter* of coUjacturt-which her designer, N. G. iH�rreehoft, can best . answer. Mr. ^^orreshoff is in Bermuda. �  f If a;�:?c is-sailed in 1914 it wiUrbe thf thirteenth nince the oup was won hy. the America at Cowes in 1851, fTAYLOR RELEASED BY MONTREAL BALL CLUB V ."Dufijmy" Taylor, ones with the -i*�iw Yorls Giants, has ibeen given his r�l�aS6br the Montreal Club.. iHe . WlU'probably quit thegame. Dummy .-vraa the only sil�nt man in baseball. NOTICES FAVOfilTES FOB THE BIG BRl.TISH EAOE RITCHIE REFUSES BIG OFFER FOR A BOUT GOING TO LONDON FOR SOME EASY MONEY WHILE .PICK. ING IS GOOD  San Prandsco, March 8. - Willie' Ritchie, lightweight champion, has. turned down lii offer of $16,000 to fight here July' 1. Ritchie may not fight ngalwutitll Thanksgiving. This is the-intelligence conveyed in a telegram from Bijlly Nolan, Ritchie's manager, to promoter Billy Kyne, who.ottered Ritchie the above 8.mount to take on Ad. Wolgust or some other good bov here. . Tlic telegram declared Ritchie was going to London to pick up some easy theatrical coin and' would be xmatble to make a local appearance on Independence Day.' The Camb-rfdoe eight oa-red crew/ at practise for the big intervcellegiate contest with-Oxford after Easter. The wagering la In J�vor of the Cam-brldde Light Blues, this year, and this Is the crew picked to win. ToWer, ,of Third Trinity College, rows the stroke oar, and L. E. Jiaui'College,""la coxswain. G. B\i Ridley, of JACK mm TO THE WW APRIL 16 PRINCIPALS WHO WILL APPEAR IN BIG PRELIMINARY EVENTS OV FOllEY-KNSlGN FIGHT ' -vNAMED OVERSEAS'. MEETING m A meeting of the Overseas Football club will be held at 8.30 on Tuesday night; in Mr. Blaokburne'a office, Jn.theA'ca-dia Block. The meeting will lift general for the election of officers, CRICKET MEETING ;s The crlck�t meeting to be held on i^Wednesdaj. night next will convene, Rtthe office of J. Harris at 8.30 p.m. Jack Rogers "will be matched to tight" the "wlnneT'lot the Poley-Elnsigu bout here on. Wednesday evening. April-16 lathe date set. Even� money Is; being bet on the Wednaaday.night go up to the present, but as yet little coin has been put up. There TfUl be lota in sight the night of the bout, no doubt. .Preliminaries The preliminary list has been filled in. ,�In the 115 pound class, t" Lush and/EjIjVeloh'wiU battle for tlje gold pin; in tiie 13^ pound class'J. Lush and T, SloNearney will try conclusions =for the gold cuff links, and F. Willlfima and H. Hearne will come together In the .-1.^0. pound class for the possession ofj dandy little silver ebonV-mounteii "cpp. These fellows arevall clever boxers, and will give an exhibition worth while. The fact that a nice prize' is in store for the winner of each go will be an incentive for themi to hop tp it. . These'amtteilrs may be seen In action at-the-MdJeatlc Theatre tonight, training Jtor'.thelr bouts. .;, �^ � * PLAYER DIES AT MARLIN > Marlin, Texas, iMarch 9.- Death stalked into tb� camp of the Giants here early this morning, and laid a grim hand on Pitcher Tom Hanley, who was operated upon yesterday for acute - appendicitis. The operation was performed, too late. Hanley came from Marietta, Ohio. ^ > ? � * FOOTBALL BALANCE OF SATURDAY'S GAMES ;H0W A~GREAT runner fRAINS-:gruelling grind think it's a cinoh to be a champion iS;tJilete.;T^e average oltlaen who .. ista|![e8;ln an ;athlotiCi meet aow and \hpn hM'va, Idea. t|iat,all that a young ^;;svtf^Mirv Ilfce^l^ jKoleUmaliien does � ; toljirin worid'ji'la-iirelils to go ou� and ''' ^e a practice run noft and then. All, Arwat theiaveragfe citizeti''Sees of the sfe�l%0lopm^t-in a runner's condition .A'^^ithe racing that he engages in. "An-gSsi'iflttlier^^ja^twllIfeput him right." la- ah ^||f^|^8^^fvqKWsliea^ athietlb; V* f'c^iw�'eri^g$,-bnt'Htlie ordinary man does s.%- ALLAN CUP GAMES Moose Jaw Team Plays Wlnnl-Next Week-Edmonton to Follow peg llEffiriilED,-WIfH LEAGUE TERMS BELIEVE THAT BASEBALL WILL GO QpOD UNbER PRESENT . AURANqEMENTS M9dlclii(j Hat,^arch 8.-An enthus;; iastlg-In'eetlng: of'baseball fans 4s� serabled last,'evening to make arrange-" ments ; for putting a teatp Into , th'er WeatfefnCariada league. WililatiiCouSifts..'elected to' preside-at tl�e medflng,.' said that � prospects were bright for rn'good season, Medicine "H�it'had been ofl!ered' excellent terms, jbelng,masked'to glvc a'guaran-tee of S2B,00 for home games; while-receiving more ; than IfiO for games away, . , v � � Mr.-Ora;?, Ieague:.pre8ldent, Informed M*...Cousins that he,was looking-carefully-after the -Interests of the teams and"-would glftdly enforce the, salary-limit of. $1600, ; It would- bB;ne-oessary to-havei a.guarantee from the cltizenBOf-'$5000,:-after which tickets could 'be sol^ and the olialrman was sure-that prospects were bright for a suooeaafijl.year,.both as regards ball and, finances. .  " \ WANDERERS DEFEATED OTTAWA BEFORE N.Y. '/AUDIENCE New, York, Match 8..-Wanderers defeated the Ottawa hockey teann in the iBrst jnatch of a post-series. last night'by a scorc'of'3 to 2. The ntin. from the capital drew the first blood, but Art JRosB and his mfcn played such brilliant hockffy that omly Lc-seur's \vell known fiualltles as a defender of the nets prevented a slaughter. The, exhibition; proved a delight to the many admirers of Canada's great winter- game,, and whichever team gets the edge-'on the series there will he a'great rush to the games whenvthe._Capital_players come at the end of the week'. ' 'triue-up � � Wanderers ^ Positfon Boyce � >' goal - -Ross . a. ppinfc ' c'6VBr centeir ., - left' -right. Is the Whiskey whloH has been the choloe of connoUsem.lp three cen-turietyandiha whhkey fqryov too THE LETHBRIDGIS MARKETS Local markets opened unchanged today, offerings in wheat no freer.  Reports �rom tVie coast state that there is a bn'sk demand for potatoes, with plenty of. offerings. Grain and .Provisions No, 1 Northern- ..j........'...........-.. ? -cupholders In Winnipeg next ? aueationed, 'will play, the fol- ? lowing week. . Theae are the > only challenges In to date. > ? * * ? ? O ? * O � * 9 * * * SYDNEY CHI WERE All oth^r Old Country games appeared In Saturday's Issue ot the Herald, page 7. ENLI8H CUP SEMI-FINALS London, March lO.-r^The draw for the seml-flnals of the Fo9tball Association Cup competition,-to be played on March 29, is as follows: . , Astori Villa vs. Oldham Athletic. Sunderland or Newcastle.-United vs. Burnley/' I' WILL GO yp Montreal, March 9.-Wrestling, promoter George- Kennedy: -com-meuccs -a; great elimination ' contest � lor the] heavyweight wrostlerir to.rbegln in Montreal Wednesday next. Among fhe men >yho will bo seen here during the next two mouths art Constant Le-inarjn, C'azaux, Charles Cutler, Jesse Westergard, George iWrich 'and Dr. Rollen_ * ,' '  Sampson and Zbyazko will be here also. The- final wlnnor-fromthe.above list- will be msitehed -with Gotch in eiiicago tof- the title, Gonatant L&-marin Starts the game Wednesday evening wlth'.Paui Aba, the well known Gernjan, champion. v EAAT ypRSUS WBSt" An all-star taa^i,.from the. eist un^ der Art Ross, and an all-star aggregav tlon from the coast under the Patrick's, are scheduled to m&et at Winnipeg at an early date. ONE, CENT A GAME  FOR HOCKEY PLAYERS Attendance at Guelph Does' Not* Pay Boys Who'Cleah Ice- Guelph, March  S'.-^'TheTti'B one, big jpke, in connection ':Wlth the' City Hockey League game .'herd Saturday. Th^ attendanop figures were about nil, the actual amount taken in being 65 cents," Of this 33 cents was deducted as th^ rink's share of-thefigate,' and the remaining 32 vjents-was split between the fdir teams; Each thus secur'e'd eight cents,' or one cent each for the seven^ players and manager. . This is likely tobe-the last year of city hockey, as the attendance does not pay for the boys who clean the Ice off at half-time. ' Quebec, March 9.-The stylo oE hockey played here on Saturday evening bv the Sydney team, champions ot the Maritime Province League, and challengers for the Stanley Gup, does not place them by a big margin in tho same class with the teams bt the National Hockey Association.- The score-piled up by the Quebec boys Stanley Cup holders, represents about the diHerence in play between the two teams. ' When a team leaves the ice with only three goals scored out ol seventeen ntade, it looks to the spectator as though it was an ^aggregation tliat had no license to be chall-cn-gjing. for Ichan-ifpionship honors. There was a large number ol spectators present, all anxious to seethe Sydney team cross sticks with tho-Stanley Gup holders. As each team went on the ice they were warmly applauded. The ice was in splendid condition. For Quebec, ' Smith-, Hall, Mummery, Malone and Crawford-were the stars, while Frazer, Dunphy and �Ransall put up the best-play for Syd-�nlsy. � ' ' r ' Lineup V Quebec Moran H'all Mummery Malone Smltli Crawford MOOSE JAW IS EXCITED OVER ALLAN CUP ISSUE Winnipeg; MaTch IQ.-The Moose Jaw hookey team, challengers for the Allan Cup,, arrived; in .Winnipeg this mornliig;la-ti*o-special cars at seven o'clock', accompanied by fifty enthusiastic supporters.' ' .Fifty more leave the western city this afternoon, and will reach here fomorfow morning. Another enforcenient will leave to attend ;Thur8day -right'tf game. ' The-boys-are in the be^t-condition and are looking forward to the game, tomorrow night wltii evident pleaRure. They are also looking'forward to getting a glimjpBe :of the Wlnnipegs at 'work. LOCAL TALEkt FDR PROVINCIAL BOUTS .20 .16 .16,- .,30 .25 Turkeys, dressed.......................22 Turkeys, live, .....-,.................... Geese, live ........... Ducks,  live ................ Eggs.......................-.......... Butter, dairy........... Butter, creannery................:..... : .32 Live Stock-Hogs, MVG.......................- .07J( Hogs, dressed ..........................-.02.,-- Carrots ....................................- -Oa,;, Turnips................. ' -Olir* Beets and parsnips are off the market.- -. �  -.- ; MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES VVinnipeg, March-. 10. ,^ The . grait^ markets opfen and close were :- Wlieat ,. ,. Open Clo.se May .............;.,.......... 88^ July ..... 89i Oct........' ': Oats- - - Mav.......................34J July ............:.....-......... Flax-May.......................,.. 1.10 J .July....................... 1.J3 - Cash Prices Whoat- ; The provincial wrestling bouts here on the 25th will, see a goodly-sized bunch ot, local'taWnt in line for the honors; .There .will be at' least one Lethb'rldglte.repreBerited In each class. The Sa^cwffci boys' wlll'Se seen In the 106 and 115 pound'eveijt; Geo. Mc-Kil-lop also In the Matter class; R- A. Dower, the 125; G. MdKenzle, 135; S. Sls-aing, Jn the, 145;. L. ^McKenzle in the 158;'3V. J. Lloya and H. Kimball in the heavywelgfit class. -* Position . ;. Sydney goal"iv- jilcBjbnald point . , ' -; firehoutK cover < C. MacDonald center Randall; right Bunphy left Frazcr Referee-ftussell Bowie. Assistant .Judge-T. Brerinan. KOLEttMAINEN, BROKE DOWN AT NEW YORK New.. York,, Mwch ,10, - Hannes Kolehmalnen, itho"' Finnish Olyrtipio champion runner,-viwho recently -has been breaking records at amateur meets here, has temporarily brpkon down- according to reports from athletic cirolesi- Constant pounding on board flooirs'at indoor meets has brought about "shin .splints" it is un-�derstoodi' -'and the; speedy l^inn will not be able to run again for several months, to-.come, it is said. 88!t; 89 - m 34}. 351; 1.12il -1.13^; 1 Nor. Nor. Nor. No. ;No. No.' 3 No. 4......................... No. 6.........'........... No. 6 .,..................:........ � Feed .........:..................... ' Winter Wheat- i No. r .,.,...;....................' ;No. 2 ............... No: 3 :......................... No-..4 ;.;.................... Oats-No. 2 C. W.................... No. 3 C. W.................... Ex. No. 1 Feed ............ No. 1 Feed .......'...... No. 2 Feed.................. Barley-4'. No. 3 :............................ : No.-4..........................: Rejected ..i...................... Feed ..............: Flax- . No: in: W. G............. , luiuneapolis; " Whoat^ ' May.......... ...,......,...... July .....................;..... Sept.- .......................... t-liicago May ,.,,.... ......... July.......................... Sept............................ 85i 83 80 ' 7Gk' 7.0 i. ' m ' 55 87 ;V 84 i' 8Vi 77^ 32,^ 29.^ . 30i 29 i 25 i 4fli 45 39i 38 Jr 1.09i. 12 Majisitic Theatre Wed. Mar Second Grand Boxing Contest AL II^SIGN vs. JUD FOtEY Ifil^iipjdh K