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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta rage ft. JITE LKTIIBRTDfa: DAILY HERALD riiiiisilay, MaHh 16, 15)11. SPORTS amateur baseball meeting LEADERS' HNE COMBINATION papke handed smith a haymaker Proved Too Much for thej Invincible in Crucial Basket Ball Game at the "Y" Thr iasle-s) naiiir-! ni" ever �itm'ssc(i in l.rUihiulsi- ^i-ui, Jilacr HI Hic ^. M. I' A rinl.' �hCIl tlic hllhiMI.i i'lnli'Tf,! U'll liniiu ihlps wfMt ildwn Ipriiirc ^h\u n�t f.rsl I'.iilf \' -.t'lMiii^il ;>s li 'I''" T'lTv.:, v.itllS'nri'llli!; il:c fMil iIh'II frncc ifii'^ldiMTililv \w,iKfI;ril In; hi'ii:c �'li .'nil.! I ill- Torn-rMlN' played t.ii.'irs .timI -i-ori-.1 .iM>.,i; and n,i^!i, tc-]Hf'-uply, havius; two .imt Kvr li''ld 2i'..N It) ti'oii iri'd:! Thr inai'liinr-iilM' 'II bp 'I'-' WiTkine nrricr, iloiibi-li-S"! .�'(Ins : h'- .ihsi'in-i- nf ''.ipt , T.os'-. u*,Mi \wis ^IiciitU JTidi';i)ri?rd j Thr> ^.-..'ImI;l'\ oh liilll r,i-n"s � Thr I;'ll-I ir-in ----^.u- 11-1 I lu i! ]rnii;riii|r.> i.hi.I. Lmp-up - l,r.idr':> Ir.v iiuihli--. Riehi Ki'r�iird 1' .J ^I^K^,.�|l� 1 1:;) Siruni r i i; l.rit Kcjivard J-: 'ac-.-inii 1 U) Rasli (! () t 'rritrr V RrIp'. ill Smhnland i-i Cuard , ( P"ilnifi McRui- Rittlii (Uiard ; II- I. MrKrn-'.ir l.oiisr .nf. v. McKpti/ir i J, l{ffi'n-i'-I \V Knbpr;si>ii t ;npiri-Minm Tiitii'teepcr-\ an Mien. .SCOrPl -[1 UnlllTl SOI, Next week 'he BanktM.'vni .iiaiion of a champion apparent iha- Siniih" rnrnu'r win ivtis ' funii'r a .vu.^ i lian p\>>r. Popular Ball Player is Back in Lethbridge iTABER ORGANIZES ! BASEBALL CLUB: DISTRICT FOOTBALL MEETING Fred Lepper. formerlv of 'hi.' li'.-and well known in hasehall cirolp.-;. i.� li.ieU here to sta;.. Hp will ruauafi>' ihp aouihern dl'?'rU;t hranrli of liu' Western Foundry and .Meial Coiiipsiii:.. niid win locate here permanen'h. When in Lellihridge formerly he was r'lnnpcieri with tli" W'm. Head i'o. lip lias hepii with t!io Head i'o in ''algar> f.n' the past two years. recentIv stvcring hi? conneption with tliir firm. He played fhorts'ou for the \. .\l. C. . pluiinpions of the rit.. leasiie tlirpp �.^ears heiiiR reroi;nbi'd as the -- i fa.-iesi- aitiareiir ;il,ivpr In the rit;.. J he .asehail fans of Taher lii'ld a' When il'.e loi-al professional team was' meetina la..;i night and of.aani.'od tie ' lu diftU'ul'ies here two year.s ago. he team for the pomin^- season. ORii pis ' , held down third for a few Rames, and patrons wpre elec'ed. Ta'ier is'' ' inoKing good at the position, lie also j anxious m .�'Cp a Ul.s'iict U-aaiie lurini' i filled in for the Calgary and Kdmon-i ed and will jiiii a team in the fii-ld ' Tliere will be a meeting of  'lie ilelPKii'PS of the City and  l-*istiirt football league tomor-  row ni.i;ht ,-.|i x o'clock to dis-  PUSS plans for the poniin.^ se;i- ^ son. Tlie place of meotini;  will he anno'.iticed tomorrow. ^ ! .on teams the same lear. However. ' lie has no ineliiiaiion lo follow hase-jball iirofesslonallv. the amateur game I appeals to him better, aitd he will he 1 se^n in a Press Club uniform of the I hethhridge city league this season. j that will he siiiic rior to any hitherto organi/ed there. This iiiielligen.e was received from ihe oti'ue of l|ie Advpi-tiser ihi.s morninK by phone. Last year Taher had one of the fasip.-r teams in ihe south. TOUT Is Properly Matured Cigars retain their arom� best when kept in unopened boxes and matured without artificial heat. Thev must be allowed to dry naturally to obtain the hest results: and this ma'/ take weeks, months, or even years-according to the blends used. The long experience of the manufacturers of ROXBOHO CIGARS ensures the smoker that every care has been taken to see that their products are brought to perfection by the time they reach the buyer. The result is that the ROXBORO is pronounced by every smoker THE PERFECT CIGAR, At Your Cigar Store RUNS AMUCK AND SHOOTS BULLETS IN BASEBALL SQUAD Los .'diircli I-As a result ,)i H sii'iious sliooliuK' alfray .r .Mniiei'a Hot .SiJiiiip?. in Ri\prside Ironiny. la.-' niy'iil. \V;iliani Tozpr. a pitcVcr of Mip 1.0s Anseips Coast btise-hall iliili. was shot ��.vire willi a .2'_'-).alilipr rifl". oihi' in iI.p leii arm and I again in th,^ iii;lit Hhouider. bu' not ! serio.isly oniiilpil. l.ou C'liiernse.v, a nexispappr I'-poricr. received a Itullet ill ihf foot, inriii'inp a slishr wunnd. The shooting wni done by "Flo" Israel, a well-known iMrp:r�pk follower whose home is in t".;.-i liiv. 'I'he exaci cause of till' s!:oo:inK is not Uno�n Ik'ip, but Israel is siid to havp fired six or seven sho'^- into a crowd of baseball liia'crs. Tlip bill! tiatii had been In iraininn at .Miiriet 1 S|irinKs. Vesierday the I ipaiii |ila.\Pi! a ^'.imc in which Israel � acted as 'inipiir. Several of the players were ualkinc, around ihe hoi el lasl iiIk'ii. hiiviiiK .1 .ill. Ill,ir lime when ihe.v ;arrhpil in fioir mi bis room. Tiipy I'liRaB^'d 1s-.ip1 in a lolpKttiy and fin-all;.. It is Slid, he wt'tii a room and picked up a repeating .Ti calihpr riflp and fciiriiiig lo the porch he-i-'.iti firiii.c at iiii. lupii on the frround belo" . wmiiulinK Tozer ami (luernsey. A friend ot Israel. occupyinR a room near him. ,s s;iid i,, paie disarmed the !at i or. Israel uas a'reslcd ii\ the sheriff, a'I iit'dinu to v..nil from .Muriptia, and :al;iii 'o .i'il at liivcrside. No charBe has bi'Pi' tiled atainst !iim. it is iin-dcrstouil. 'To/.cr uas treated at Riverside and l.itpr ua'^ taken to a hospital help. One of the bullets has been ipcoveipd. His condition is not I ritical. Football in the old country has � reached a very inierestiiiK poiiii. Tyne-! siders resident i:i 1 ,p;lihridgp. are I warcliin.u uitli k'pen interest the .wod ( v.ork which tlieir home team is doin.s: 'in fact. ibp.\ .ire expecting Ihcni ,o � carr> iiomc ic much coveted F.n.elish '.lip at.lilt tills siasou, lUid iuil.nliiK 'from icc'-iii displa.vs it is.ipiite |ioss-' ible that their expecia'. Ions will be i realized. The dra-.v for the semi-final ! Is a ;.;ood one and in all probabilily i will result in Blackburn Ro\ers and .Vewcas'lc I'nitei! bein� lef: to Jonr- � nev lo for I'Jll is CUU-k, n ho uas last yfwr the best player oit :lie Letlihridgo team. Chick, who ! a big. husky chap. Is one of the most liromlBing players In !lie league, betting over .2.1," and plnylug oqually well In both the In and outfield. Hcncon has been In conimuulrallon 1 UUlUitil OlftlCII-lt/f I : iiropped from the league,,and has high -� ' hopes of eventually getiting him, A wire iKKi night conveyed 'the uews tlia. Chick was due for a tn-out with Seuitle and in eveat of not making gi^od. he *ouId it.ccey; Uie Edmonton terms, as they arn quite satis/actorr to him. A first basemait l>i3is yot to be obtained, and the man is not so leiiibly far away ihn.: fieacon Is looking upon to fill (he biil,-E.dmon-ton .Tournnl. Barnsley had the honor of journeying lo Crystal Palace and making a draw in the cup final, being beaten on. in tho rcplav. ! ! Wales have acjaiu proved themselves ' 1 Internal tonal champions of Rugby football b.v their decisive victory over Ireland at Cardiff last Satnrdav. Their victories Ibis season in most cases lave left no room for doubi their suiieviorky and 1 think we must all admit that they hold the upper hand in j Rugby football. The defeat of the pre-i vlou.ily unbeaten All Ulacks a fe�-yeat-s ago by a Welsh fiiigby team being quite a (eSLttier in the caps of allj Welsh foot bailers. ! Football generalb ui tht- Old Coun-i try Is at its most interesling stage,j and the results of games during the, next few weeks will be watched with' keen interest by all football enthus-j lasts In this country. DNLOOKEH. I Kid Flanders and Roy George BRANDON FIGURES ON A STRONG TEAM Uraudoii, March l.^.-The Brandon baseball eliih is in pretty shape for the coming season. Moaf of the old players will be here again. The leading pitchers will be Thelau and Bor-leekl, who tvere both here Itvsi year, Hari'.v Schnfer, the fas: first sacker. who vvas with Saskatoon laot year, will replace Thompson at, first haste. The new men signed are r�gRrd�ri preC.v fast plityers and it is expected that there will b" some oontesfs between the plav'crs for pervnaneut positions. � ioutis, Alia, March l.'i -'I'lic personnel of ihc iinncipals to Pii^a.ep m the hoxins; evhihition at Sweet (ira^.-^ \pril 1st has been slightly changed accordine; io Ihe annouiioempiii made loday, and Kid Klnnders. of Willix-ton. North Dakota, instead of ,lack Burns, oi Great Falls, as reported, will ineiM the Seattle pugilisl, Rov Heorsp Flanders has a reputation in '1lie west, anil the houi will lose mini' of its a1 tractiveness because of the altera lion. ' A prclimiiiarv , wliich is to he bin, I little short of the main hnn( lias al-: so been arranged. In this depart-'inenl, Kid Burns, of Winnipeg, wlm ' t.wicr seen here as (iporgc's op-poiiptil, IS to meet -liul Fulev of Milk Rtver, Alia. Foley also climbed one iiotcli hiaiher in the pugilistic world here Kehrtijiv :!:Jiid, bv bis decisive victory over Hip vviry Hillv Turner ot Portland. A purse 111 J2.'>ii.iii) is up on ilie main bout .mil one of $'20l> 00 goes to the w itincr of the pvelmunprv. This leaves out of consideration the gale rcfeipf.';. DOWN WITH THE KNOCKER And what about UaBebuU? We liear a lot from Edmonton; Resina states one thing and means anothet;; ^^inni-peg say they are aoaslck over the loss of ;hplr proposed connecUon with the internati'Dnal league. Moose -.lave would like to have some other ar-rangeinent and Saskatoon Is bothered with a doi�e of kick and want to organise a Knockers' club hecauae thsy did not fall In and get their feet wet. We sincerely hope that baseball is a success this year. We also hope that the tltne of sick stomach and the everlasting wail will b� cut ow. Fans are sick of such a dose, and want baseball. They want backboue, ^nger, nervn and sure thing talk; whut about giving some? Surely w� cftu run �league In the west without the sore head, the raw-throated guy, ihe long-winded yap, who stops avvake all night thinking up Hometbing to spiel against the management. We want ball, and we will have ball If the knocker lakes a. mouthful and forgets to swallow for a ' while.-Calgary Herald,  GOTCH WINS ANOTHER  --  Kansas City. March 15.-  Frank Gotch won a wreatliug  bout in straight, falls from  I'Jriieat Koch, the German, to-  nighl. REGINA SITUATION So far llrile has been done lowards setting the Reglua club ort the way (u get the pennarit for the cupiuil city. .Messrs Kress and Gordon, who are handling the matter, have boch expressed iheir desire to have a full 1 epreseiiiatlve meeting ami botlt alsu talked very plainly fo u I.>eader reporter and assured Jilm thai 1; was their Intention to have a ball team here If the plan was feasible atid pleasing (o the baseball public of Repina. TWO CLIFFSIDE PLAYERS MAY BE BLACK-LISTED 7 (): awa. Manh \'>.-li is likel.v that Harry Broadbeni, ihe well known Cliffside hockey player, and Davidson, ol iie same l(;>am. will lose iheir I .imateiir siandiiig for pa ft icipai ing in ia maieh m Brockv lliU night. McFARLAND DEPENDED ON HIS BODY BLOWS HOW CHICAGO FIGHTER OVERCAME OWEN FVIORAN AT NEW YORK TUESDAY NIGHT .Mcl'arland depended chiefly on bod.v blows, reaching Moran with right anil left bloivs below the heart. At pIohc nuarters he had a distinct advantage over the Knglisliman. .Veil her suffered much punishment until the seventh round, when MeF.uiand reached .Moran with a stiff body blow and sen' him reeling across the ring. Following this with a jab to the jaw he had .Moran staggering and the crowd began to cheer the Chicago lighter. But .Moran rallied and came back after McFarland. .Moran vvorked his wide left swing for all there was in It and did his most effective work after the manner of "Knockout" Brown. Occasionally .McFarland got in a right to tho head, but principally lie kepi hamrnering at .Moran's body, right and left, with vicious P'lnishment. .�\Uhuugli outclassed. .Moran put up a good fight and gave .Me-Fatland a stiff go, but cotild not land. .vl( Farland, time and lime again, jumped avvay from his punches viith a smile of assurance. big stadium for toronto ' Varsity Going Right Ahead With Their New Field I 1'oront.o. .March l.i.-Dr. Barton and 'Prof. Wright, of the Varsity directorate, reiunied last night from a visit; to uearlv all the \)ig Amerlciui iinlver-Isltlos. Including Chicago, North-Western. Vale. Harvard. Princeton, I'ni-verslty of Pennsylvania. Goinmblft and � Syvarviae.  The purposes of the visit ; was to look over the various athletln I fields and grand stands in order tha' the new Varsity Siadlum will not lack .for anything. However, very littlB I changes will be made in the original . plans, so well did the Varsity an'-li\-tp."t do his work. Work will be comraeuced on ihe \ a" siiy aihleilc field on April I, while he �Stadium win be coninienced sh.u'ily after. WItii this new atadiuni assured, Toruiuo will have i wo of the big-I ge;,t athletic fb'lds in lb" coiiiiiry ia ' (lie. Island and VnrBit^-. ;