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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lettibridge Daily Herald. Tuesday. Man k 15.10141. SWEDE WON THE BIG RACE Broke Indoor Records At New York Canadian Indian Second LONGBOAT MATCHED Toronto, Mar. and Dorando Pietro arc to race a distance of 20 'miles in Pittsburg on March 31. Longboat has recovered from a'threatened attack of typhoid- fever and on Saturday com- menced training. York, March indoor records were broken by Gustaf Ljung- stroni the Swede runner, from the 12th to the. 20th and last mile in the professional race run tonight at the Madison Square Gardens. 11 is time for the twenty miles was as against the previous record of 1-5, made by Jim Crowley, of Ireland. Paul Acoose the Canadian Indian, finished second, two hips back, and Jim Crowley third with Percy Sellon, of Toronto j fourth. There were eight star Ices. Jeffries and Wolgast Clash In Comic Bout Brief arid Breezy Lightweight Champ, Got Decision but Great Undefeated Carried Him A round Like a Kid Los Angeles, Mar. Wolgas and Jim Jeffries created a world o merriment in Los Angeles by spare two rounds at the latter's home Wolgast winning a decision bv hi aggressiveness and clean-cut punch KEELER VERY MUCH IN DEMAND NOW The Minneapolis wrestler, known as, "The Saxon defeated "Kid at Cardston recent- ly. He threw the Kid twice in 17 and 10 minutes. .J. Col. John I. Rogers, of Philadel- phia, former part owner of the Philadelphia National league club, died of apoplexy at his apartments at the Brown Palace hotel, Denver, yes- terday. v -r A picture no artist can face of a catcher when the pitcher gets the signs twisted and chucks a wild hurl to the grandstand, letting in the tying run. If Pittsburgh new first baseman, Klynn, makes good, it will mark the return of the Flynn family to fast company. Some very clever Flynns .have played ballin earlier yearsTbut not recently. A A. J. Mike Mitchell has discovered a new wood for bats, and says he will make a big effort to annex the' honor of champion slugger of the league in 1910. He will not have to improve much on his last's vear's work. Bcrthold of Reading, who hit .306 last summer, is one of the best bat- ting pitchers in the business. Bills, who played in three different leagues last summer, hitting near the top The heavyweight champion, how- ever, was not punished very for he picked up the champion 133- poumler at the conclusion of the bout, and carried him kicking and squitm- in- around the impromptu ring. Wolgast aud Jones, his manager, have left for the cast, where the new lightweight champion has an engage- ment to appear ten weeks in vaude- ville. After this Wolgast will return to Los Angeles where he wil} take a long rest. HOCH TER KAISER, VOLGAST UND HERR VON VAGNER ALL CHERMANS Rea4 This IP "Ragtime" To Yftur Frieid "Ycr iss dose pells, dose many pells, Blease, papa, vich iss "Ach, dose are py MHvauKee ;u Ver efirey vun iss ENGLISH FOOTBALL 'Vy do dey sing, vy do dey sing? Blease, [adder, dell me 'Dey visli viles raiting for der cans To keep from getting lonely." 'Vot iss-dot light, dot awful Ught, Vich in der sky is "Dot is a stack uf Nelson's Vich Volgast iss troo learning.'1 Who iss dot mann, dot Volgast maim? Blease, fadder rnzke me viser." "He iss der mann vicli stands be- tween Hans Vagner und der kaiser.'1 "Und who iss he, dot, Nelson vincc? Blease answer me dot question." "He iss der vich Sauerkraut Vent wrong mit hiss dichestion." "Vot iss dot noise, dot drighdfu noise'.'" 'New York, Mar. three-corner-j former champion batsman offers, but' Der poy he asked hiss [adder, ed fight has developed for the services Keeler has not signified which club! "Five totsand Danes haff shot dem London, Mar. 14. Football results to-day were: First league Sheffield, Wednesday 1, 1. Second league Oldharn 5, Barneley 0. International league England 1, Wales 0. of' William former will join. It was lately reported York American league outfielder. New'that Keeler would play with Toronto, York, Cincinnati and Brooklyn clubs of I of the Eastern league, bin that is the National league, have made improbable. sells, Now, blease don't make der." me bod in all of them, -is also cr for a slabman. great smit- Owner Chapin of the Rochester team says that Jotin Ganzel spent last year buying players, and that he will stand for John spend- ing more coin this season in order to win another pennant. Some class to that noise. Chicago, Mar. ,body ot Ja- cob Schaefer, the "wizard" of the Regina, Mar. suppor-jbeen playing in .leagues offer in fi a ters arc getting busy with a venge- higher grade of ball than any in the ancc. It is now up to the citizens Western league. of the capital as to whether or not! The directors of the club, who have Regina will have a good strong team been canvassing for subscriptions for this season. At a meeting of the stock in the club, order to place directorate on Wednesday, Manager it on a firm financial'basis, presented "Roxy" Walters gave in his report j their report to the meeting. It is es- reganling the getting together of ajiimated that of additional pennant winning team. He states! stock must he sold, upon'which a that he has already secured a line on cash payment of fifty per cent, will i __ "Vot iss a Danie, vot iss a Dane? So blease to tell yoxir Hermann." "Dod iss a mann vich goes insane Und dries to vip a Cherman." BARNEY OLDFIELD'S GREAT ACHIEVEMENT Dayton, Fla., Mar. ney Ohlfield, with his 200 horse-power car, to-day drove a mile in 27 2-5 seconds, beat- the world's record. THE BEST SPRING TONIC you can take is a selection from our sporting and athletic goods. With them you can get out In the fresh air and have the time of your life. WITH OUR SPORTING GOODS you turn work into play, exercise into pleasure. .Make it a good long son this year by beginning as early as possible. Come and get your out- fit today so you will be all prepared to enjoy your favorite sport or game at the earliest possible minute. rotch Told Roller He Was a Fourfluslier The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Go. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND ST Kansas City, Mar. leaked out to-day that Frank Gotch, the champion heavy-weight wrestler, and Dr. B. F. Roller of Seattle, were prevented from mixing only through the interference of friends. Both wrestlers were in the same room at an exhibition here. Gotch said to Roller: "Don't.go' four- flushing around the telling people that I do not want to meet you. I will meet you anywhere, at time, but it must he winner take Roller turned white with anger, and with clenched fists, he started to- ward Gofch. A moment more and the two have been fighting. Friends of the men stepped in. how- ever, ami separated them. As Roller left the room he said "That's all right, Gotch', I have not been fourfliishing, but T will ac- cept your proposition, and I do not think I will walk home either." GET THE C. HABIT ENGLAND WON Capetown, Mar. won test cricket match against South Africa by nine wickets. Lethbridge Bowlers' Meeting Is Galled A meeting of those interested in the great North American game will' be held in the Arcade tonight (Tues- day) at seven o'clock 'tor :the formation of a "Leth'brldge Bowling League." Two teams of five men axe to be selected 'to go to Medicine Hat on next Friday and Saturday to compete for prizes and the championship of P. W. BOWN, Manager the Arcade. cue, was laid in-a vault at Rose Hill a number "of banner players, enough j be required. As vet, only the for-j cemetery vesterdav. The burial was'10 every position in the team two jmer stockholders have been called up- deferred until arrangements are com-'or three times over. He stated Mat he could put half a dozen gpod teams on the diamond if wanted. Many of the men communicated with have pleted for .a monument which is to be erected by -the billiard players of. the country at which time a lot will be Probably never before has the fun- eral of a billiard player drawn such 'wide attention as did the last ser- vices Schaefer. Prominent play- ers and proprietors from all parts of the countrv attended the services. on with a request that they .should increase their stock few Already waited holdings. The; on have up to 1 the present subscribed Tim Flood, the second baseman who. while with Toronto, was given fifteen days'in the "pen" for assault- ing an umpire, has been sold by Lit- tle Rock to the Waterbury Club. The team has been altered more than any other that ever won a. ffiag, considering the makeup of the 1907 and 1009. It has an en- tire new infield. The only survivor of the original infield quartet is now carried as utility i man. There (is a Three C. League now to offset the Three I. League. m Mike O'Neill has purchased his own release from Montreal for J500. He is likely'to manage the Elmira team. A Pcoria pastor hafe quit the pul- pit a baseball umpire in the Illinois and Michigan League. His name is Col. Bob Hughes, president, of the St. Louis Browns, of the' American league, is facing the same music to- day as has been experienced by Chub- by Chawles Murphy of the Windy City and others. Four of his best men to-day class themselves as hold- 'outs. They are Geo. Stone, who led the league for swatting, honors in 1007 Arthur Griggs, Smith and 01 son. il It is very probable that tnere ho a hitch in the professional hockey league next year. Shamrocks for one practically decided that they will no longer play professional hoc- key. There has been a tender feel- Ing against professional sports for the lasi yfrar amongst the members of the club, and it is very likely that the club will adopt only amateur sport in the future. In lacrosse as well as hockey are getting worse every, and it is likely that :i! the annual meeting of the Lacrosse Club, the club will decide to let -some nigh priced men go, and give some of the promising intermediates a chance. In this way professional sport will be gradually reduced. to to to a LOOK FOR THE C. T. ELECTRIC'SIGN To be in the swim you should with the crowd at the new Alexandra Cafe Good music from 6 to 7.30 p. m. Prices within reach of everybody. Come early if you want to get a seat. Bring your friends. Pri- vate Dinner Parties a spec- ialty. m mm prop. Ball Players Not Modest MARK HAMBOURG .Canadian Jimmy Archer of Cubs, However, Is Different From the Usual Run Modesty is not often an attribute of professional baseball players who liave made excellent records on the National league diamonds, but Jim- my Archer, formerly of Toronto, the Chicago Cubs' Statelier, seems to pos- sess it in no small degree. Archer took Johnny Kling's place behind home plate. His work of last year was one of the sensations of the baseball world. ..Jimmy startleil the fans and other players by the speed with which he could throw the ball to second base while in his squat position. This made him a catcher j to be feared by the most daring base j runners. "H Johnny Kling gets back into the fold of organized baseball this; winter and joins the Chicago Cubs Thursday Night In KROX Cbcrck again, no player will be more pleas- ed to sec him than yours says Archer. "It will be a Vhing for the Cubs if Kling does come back. He is one of the greatest WILL PLAY WITHN..Y. Montreal To Go After Minto Cup In June A ball player with a million doll- ars at his command and an educa- ition second to none is to appear in i New i York this year and help boost 1 the Highlanders to the top of the American league. is entirely due i to a high sense of honor anp baseball i obligation that Fred Glade is going to sign a contract with Frank Far- rcll. If his arm is in the condition that is expected the New York crew j will certainly, make a strong bid for Montreal, Mar. 1-1 indications are that the Montreal lacrosse team, champions of the N.L.U., will meet New Westminster on June 18 and 25 for the Minto as originally pro- posed. This morning President W. E. Findiay, 01 the champions, rece'v- ed a letter from the New Westmins- ter club in which they declared June IS and were the only dates suitable for them. (t President, Findiay said this morn- ing that the club would likely play II on the dates mentioned, and would fill in.the interval with a mid-week 0 match. The Vancouver club has I I LETHSRIDGE CAFE New, clean, up to date. All white help. Good menu. Quick service. I 1 1 I made an attractive offer for a on ihe Wednesday, and the club of San Francisco has also cx- tended an invitation to the team to make a trip to the. Golden Gate. The invitation will likely, be accepted. the championship. Thc indications arc that the whole Fred Glade is the millionaire own- of last year's team will make the er of a big nulling enterprise at j trip. Already there is talk oi get- Grand Island, Neb., and for the past !three years he has been trying to for- get that he was ever a wonderful I man in the pitcher's box. He had not played for. two years, because his from business would have 1 meant the sacrifice of thousands of Appears OaL0uars. He became the "property" ting into condition, and a week or two will see some sort of work start j ing, eitiier in the gymnasium or the road. Next Arlington Hotel i Orders for draying left here -i? 1 H> will receive prompt attention. Prominent Sport Dead I Winnipeg, Mar. Doble. catchers in the world and with him back at the head of the grand was Prominent in Canadian and infield again stranger things might j American racing circles, died last pionship for the Chicago West Side night at the general hospital from the j TO happen than another world's eRects of a in the right of the New York American k-ague team in a trade made by Clark Grif- fith in the winter of 1307. Glade re- ported for duty in the spring oi 1908, but his arm was bad, and he went home. Since then they have not been able to wean him away from his i business interests. Par Notes The Great Western racing circuit; is now a most formidable rival of the Grand circuit. Sixteen cities are now on the chain of meetings, which open !pie, apparently- self-inflicted with {large revolver, which was found ly- t ins beside him on the bed in his room at the Leland Hotel. The deceased had been afflicted with paralysis on the right side of his July 4, at Fort Wayne, tnd.. and con- for considerable Training In April! Chicago, Mar. Johnson, the colored heavyweight champion, will start training for his fight with Jeffries about April 1, according to time past'announcement made yesterday. Ac- tmue to Phoenix. Am., ending bis was also affected I cording to his present plans, John- middle of November The asgre-isuch an extent that hc nad bccn son will spend at least two months gate purse of those sixteen meetings I ablp'to sPrak sincc l5' Iast- Dc'' here in preliminary training which i- over ?500 000 jspondrncy on this account is suppos- consist of road work and gym- cd to have been the cause of the act. nasium work, .lust before starting for San Anlnn- io wii.h. the recruits, Manager Jennings issued a statement that he would stand for no more K 3ft