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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta the LKTrr^^f^t nr.K 5"*atly herald Wednesday, March 15,1011. t f i I E I I; LY OUTCLASSED MORAN Toronto Man Head of Big Sporting Organization 'J'oronto, March '.5.-Tom Flana;!-in ].as witJi four assoii.ile.s 1- ir-. !ir=rcfpr to meet Diirn.s in u ten. round prplimmary to this bout. The Conatierer young ellison going to be a world-beater Reports from Great FxUs say that Voung Ellison, of rardsto". i=! making a good sbawing with the best .>f thiM wrestlers in that vdcinily. He has' thrown Arthur HaJ] and got a d;riv.-| with Pearl Beimau. j Beaman is rated as one of the fore-, most wr-^atlT^ in fhc West tortpv. He . has takei Vcung Ellison in hand v.'ih the intention o' n^.al-^r.p a world-bt^^tar! cut of t:\et Cardston boy. Chicago LigStweigHt Gets Newspaper Decision Over English Fighter I New York. March 14.-Packey Mc-l-arland. the Chictgo ligiitweight. outpointed Owen Moran. clairrant to the' tnglish lightweight championship, at i every staje of their ten-round fight be-1 'ore the Fairmourt Athletic Club here, tc.Tight. It was a clean, hard-fought^ Cattle Ihrooghout, in vvhich tne Chicago i l5oy fL:lly de:�on5trated h's su,--eriority ; in bcxing over the Enjiitpiman, Mc-1 'nrlsnd was alwavs there with a clean punch and when Moran reached for,' him he found the Chicaao boy most ciusive. Both fighters weighed in at | 1j5 pounds at five o'clock, but those' at the ringside gave the Chicago man a slight advantage in weight when the | fight started. The Vanquished �     �  i  Mcl-AHI.W!) A.\|) WDl.GA.ST  I'ackcy McKaiU'.hd ami At! \\nls;as| will ,i;o IM rounds in ��?> .Vcw \i,rk April is Till' men air to wcich in at .is pounds  at V o'fiorli on l!ic cvciunj' nf  ihc '.iiili' Kllort.s liave been made idr .i lonn li i:c to pot �>  tlu'sc two blais ni.t chi'd  "MICKEY" IONS FOR THE COAST CLE-VER TECUMSEH PLAVBR RE. PORTED TO HAVE 6I0NE0 UP WITH VANCOUVER Toronto, Mernh 14.-"Spike" Ortf-flths. the Vancouver "Bcout," le tickled to de.vth ovpn in^orpst .irous-ed In bowHiig throughout the spring, and summer, after tea-pins becomos too arduous a game, is being stared at the Arcade. There ,-.ro a kr. of duck-pln enthusiasts In to^n, and It is believed that siiffloieat material for four or six teams can be obtained. SHARE DEVOTED TO CHARITIES AMOUNTED TO MORE than $1.800-A MISUNDERSTANDING Montreal, March 14,-The trustees' ah:;re of the net receipts in the Allin Cup series between Kenora and the , Uinnipeg Victorias la the series play-I ed las^ week in Wtanlpeg amounted NO BOXING ALLOWED in ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg. .March I'i.-Tee fierfect of St. Petersburg lias forbidden exhlbitlona of pixjfeasional boxing The announcemenf was made after posters had appeared on walla sbcr?.--iag a. bout in progress. The decision rests on a rescript bv Em'vress Catherine dealing with good manners. to rather more than eighteen hundred dollars. The gross receipts for the two games was nearly 53,800, In accordance with the conditions laid down in the deed of gift those proceeds are devoted to charities in the city in which the trophy is held. Telling of the success of the recent Cup serioK this morning Secretary ,Northey, of the Allan Cup trustees, J drew a>:tenilon to the statement made by .Mr, Fipiri"nt;!ein of Oli-ma. spcro-tary rt the !ntnt liolof-rs of liie cun were inenii>er,-^ ' of the Interii.'ovincial I'liion and �:!!,! In the event of the winners of the T-:as'ern or central sections oi! the In-terprovinclal going West they would be playing for the Allan Cup and ;ho Interprovincial championship. This is not the fact. The Victorias of Winnipeg, the present holders of the Allan Cup are not members of the Interprovincial Hockey I'nlon, They are c'hamplons of the Manhoba Hockey Association, The Kenoras were champions of the western section of the Interprovincial, which the Allan Cup tntstees agreed to regard as an afflUsted organization of the ln;er-provincial Union at the beginning of the season for Allan Cup purposes. NOT "ALL IN" very ic iiioi'liir:; oi leu-' i)!.s rii-votrcs ua,s held iii .\i,itth Lfth-; jridjc lu,st cvciiiHc. Over twciUv- ; five lovpr.s of I lie sport were preseiil. The result of the meeting was the �'ri;;iiii/'ai ion oi the North l.elhbriilgc Tennis Club I The onireis avc �-Hcv, Mr, Hryden, lion I'res , A Williamson, Acliiit!; President ; \V, 1' -1 Alexander, \'icp-I'resineni, and A K. .Jarvjs, Wecrc-1 .ir\-TreaMirer An executive coni-iiiiilee oi five wa.s elected In make all the necessary arrangpnieiil.s for the spnnniB; of the EVounds, etc '� GREAT NEW YORK PITCHER IN BETTER COrs,'DITION THAN EVER THIS WINTER-EXPECTS FINE YEAR Rolled Peanut for Block ! Art Ouertin. of �i well-known sign painting firm, of Ottawa, la a great admirer of the Ottawa hockey team. Arthur Tltlnet, one of the employeoa There probably are not 20 fans in N'ow York who know how MathowBon happened to become a Giant. Most of  �f establlshmeut, thinks the Cnna-them would tell you that he was i ''iens are the greatest that ever wa�. bought outright from the Norfolk club. ' "ence the cause of a lltitle excitement He w��n't; he was traded for Amos ' an Ottawa main street last Saivir- -Vew York, Mar, 14-A St, Lotils pa-p; r eanie out the 0':her day and predicted that the Cardinals would win the peiinani; said the Cubs and Pirates wore sure to blow and that the Glanis alone would have to be down- c'nh decided to let him go, ed to win the gonfalon, "With Matty . wanted something for him Rusle. Cincinnati drafted Mathewson from Norfolk, but didn't call him to Pork-town, letting him remain at Norfolk. About this time-It was 1900-Rusie began to flounder and the New York day. Guertin agreed !c roll a peanut with a toothpick the whole length of the Garland Block on Queen street If Can-adlens beat Ottawa last night, provided Thinet did the same if Canad-But ihey i "'^''^ beaten. The bet was olfnch-Clnclnat-' ^'^ .voslerday, and at noon today a co.u- gone the (5i:,nis wotildn't Jiave a ' ti offered the student who was In Nor- \ Pleo.f hundred People had the time of chatiee. - said the writer, "and reports [ folk, 'heir lives watching Thinet boost tb., THE BUCKEYE VOL. 1. LetlibrifJop. Wodnpsdav. Arnrrh 15. 1911. No. U. Big League Notes "I like base har'h.-Uor ll::.ii I I'o bauklnu but in o'l I't- .i miu |;iv>.i� th" clink of gold, says .lake '-ahl. �HaselKill is a young r.inn's e.a'.ue. i am growing old-I'm almost 'S^." from I he east are tha't Big Six Is all in." WJiat a joke: in the first place, can any one iir, gine Roger Hrcsnahnn's crew ciiiiiiir'.np; ihc b\intiiig the eom-Ing se^ison" And, In the second, Mr. C. .Mathewson Is today In belter c.indl-tlon than ever before. He weighs I oii:.(l.- zoning went, a stout rope was hi .ached to Thlnet's waist in casa b� attempted to decamp. The loser of the wnger covored the got nothing out of the deal, both Cincinnati and ithe New York eliib refusing to pay the draft prlco. And Maitty'a contract the first year called for exactly ^'',\\. Today, eleven years later, be is drawing down something very closo to |i0,000 per. distance In fifteen minutes and was all In at the finish, Ouertin looked on with fiendish glee while Thlne't plugged away with the toothpick. ! houn Faikenberg of Cleveland, is soliciMnK accident insurance policies, Hatsuien who win: to have It easy wlrli Kalk\ ibis summer should insure ai once He'd be afraid to throw ^^,em tan: lialU-. lesi he i;rlpi)le his eotn}ian.\'s clienLs and thus drive the firm into b.inkrup'.ry. "Oils .lohnson, .Vew York's new second basei^.ian, is a wizard on the sacks," ivays .lohii (ianzel. "(Jn the tail-end .lersey Pity Club he stole 57 sacks, '.lohnson has a fine whip, has a homp-rnn wallop and will make good wiih ilio Yankees." Tweaiy-four yeir; .'V, Boston bought Mike Kelly 'o, ?10,000 and forced him to slsn a $2,000 contract- the salary limit hi 'n^t tirno. vVhat would modern idayers say to :i .�?2,00n salary limit? the south and expect to have my best season. "Wh>-. f started iraining six weeks ago. 1 walk at least 10 miles every d.i.v and Imvo taken extra good care of my h%iltb. � Made Chief Myers Quit "I hud Chief Meyers crying tor mercy �the other d;iy. We started walkln.g from One Hundred and Fifty-fifth street and Broadway to the Giants' headtpiariers in the St. .lames building. I hit up a good, stiff pace and by the time we hit Seventy-second street Meyers was looking for a street car in which to finish out the Journey." And the greatest twirler of them all sure does look immense. Matty Is a fellow who looks far ' ahead. He realizes that some day his ey from the Cubs and says he earn It by trliiuning .N'ew York whole games. win I ten i Tb� BUCK-EYE Cigar is a warm member, all right, all right! l20 ( arm will not stand for him to bend lack Ffh-ster who was under Uie,,i,g,, ,,g ,,3 j^^^ w'ealher last season wants more mon-1 j^,.^ , pitcher are over he doesn't mean to give ,up the game. He is first going to be an outfielder and then try lo get a job as manager-and he is sure to be a success at either. Can Play Outfield. There is no reason In the world why JIaity shouldn't bo a great outfielder. There never was a better fielding pitcher and he is a timely and hard douter. During the last few seasons be has always hit around .270, whifh Is far above the mark of th� averjyia Ivlrlef. THEIR OWN FAULT An Iowa woman, none other than MlsB Oc::ive Thanet, in fact, refers to : the Declaration of Independence as "historic garbage," because it a.s6erts thfll all men are born equal. We hate to argue with the lady, but wo Insist that all men tire born equal. That they do not remain equal is their own fault They might ull keep frotn getting married if they wanted to. iO you to know what want D' kind of spring Overcoats wi I be worn ? By giving us a few spare minutes, we shall be pleased to furnish the information and illu^rate what the new ^yles are. We have them at prices which appeal to the pocket of every man. 309 McKELViE & McGUIRE $ole AgenU for Lethbndift ;