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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta m Tiir TjyniBRfBfiF, datly nKRAr.n Paige 7.. J Interesting Football Comment and Other Gossip Edmnonton Wins Bowling Event Bg Shade of a Margin RIGHT NAME GLIDDEN TOUR WILL HEREAFTER BE A GRAND JOY RIDE Deli-oil, Mich,, Marili lA. In n 1 no-. will c.uvpr ahotit. I,HOC miles all over good roadj and all slops will be ;-;t. pla?os the liest ae(omiuo.iacioi,.s can he had. lliii ,Hs far as the cars iirc \\in); are ih'? winnt-r.- >  ('al};ar,\' bowlltin iniiiMr the West Side Aihlotir cluh nnnoiinced today thai the iipkoiiaiion.s for a flKht between Atlell and .lohniiy Couloii for the bantninweiphi ebani-pionship ha.s been praeiically abandoned. Cotilon flatly refused to i.on-ledp another poiirid to the .fpather-welRhi i-hampion and At tell wired iliai l.e would not am'ee 10 make less than IIS rin*rgide. lioth Phil l-p;'.ie anil Chi'sly Pox of ilie above trio will be members of the I'idnioiiton club this season In all probability. C'ox inaiiasceil the I.ellihrid.!ie cliil/ the fore part of last season, later so-ing to Kdmonion. woit most cif his games for l.elhbridge last year fn Kiiiie of Ihe fact that he didn't pitch i:p to his reputation. lie has not sljrned with the I'^BkiniOs yei but Deacon Wbyip is putting fin-th a flaller-ine ofter for his services and it is al-logelller likely tl>at hp will be seen wearing an Kdtnonion uniform when the \\'eslern t.'anada League opens. fjnglebretsun is tiow playing semi-professional liall in Kalisnel and making gtcd. lie was wiih Let libr'd at the ne.ainning of the season but I was let oni aftiu- a nioulhs trial. Me couldn't locate the plate. A Good Ror.son Here is a vaiulcville crai-l; noi used ; on I be (.)r|iheiiii) lii-. uii. ' li sccfus tiiai .! !utji;.j!t.'c.lsl was annoyed ui a baby in Mie ainlieiicc cry iug. II was a liiil>' liii 01 a baby, bii ii lUH'.le a big i ow. I'iniil'.v, the "ac; ' siood ii as long ; as 111' could, anil liien addif.-s�ed ih'' U'oi lie � I biv-: ".Madaci. can't .\ ou keep lii u baby iiuici'.'" "N'O. I 'Mil I." "Well. ,vli.\ can't you?" "Kecanye. niy dress is buiiioaed behind." I '.-Vnd ihc trap diiiinnier crasliud tlif j' .1 tubals once. PUT ONE OVER ON U. S. 1 . ________ i Canadian Horses Race All the Time Despite Radical Climatic Differences. ' It seems strange tiiim in m rouiiiry miich colder than the .-;i;ii. s ihe first meeting of the year -liinld be hold, but it lias been so for .wars, says a r. S. e.vchange. .Anioiig ilio noted I Canadian horses whiih li.i\e raced Hot only nil Ihe iec in ilic '.siirer. but ai ih'> e;'.rl.\- spring nu-cii'i.u^ ami ihen .5:0 on and make s.irccssi iil lam- ipaigPs diirin.i; the .'-uiiimer may be ^ nientioiied those iliiei. tiipi iiacers, i'i'h;- Kel, l'.o:;i.| : .\Mgiis I'oiniM- ivni'-^ and ilal B. .Ir. LMi'i'i. the sciisai ional ' lialf-iiiile track pacer "f la.'i .'leasmi. 'I'lie two fir.';l-iianitii Iuu-m'^ raced in grand forni year al'icr w,ir. and the latter won ten straighi I' wiilioiil (iefpai last season and > r.tcinp on Mhi. iM Ibis winter 'riii'i-.' i.rc more ".ays than jine to iiaiu horses, atid jour I'aiiadian nei.Lhliors liavc a habit of getting their shar,' iif the money iV.iih theirs both nin'er and sunimei'. WEEKLY FOOTBALL REVIEW Written Especially For The Herald ami I ilo jiol lliiiiK Ibey uill have much troiihlc in lindinp; a team willing 111 meet them. The Hritts and \\'esl nijnsi ers are bot|i iu .^ooil shape i'.iiil either team woulil be willliif; to pla.r. Tlie ^'.Jl.l'..\. would doiibi less take Iheni nil. 'I'lieii there is the l'"oresU;rs' team and the new one men tioneil in last week's write-up, nanu'-h . the Ketail Clerks. Out of all these clubs we can sal'elv depend on a ii.alch for (iooil Friila>-. The S O.l-'.. , are to he complimented on taking \ liisl steps to open the .season The esecutivp are bnsv at work aiiaiii. ; .Much iiselul business was disposed ot : .11 their meeting ami plans nuippeu �iui for the (inure Ml hopes ni us-lii'j; Gall Square being lost.' lli'cv di-c/ded tu irv and come lo iciirs with Mr. Kcksloriii. for the use nf the I1.1.II p.irk, and a delegainia u;is ap-liiunted to mefl Mr. Ilcksloiiii uitli tiiai end in view The resuli is not V't known, hut, doubtless it will be�^ a favorable one Hlioiild 1 he use i.u' the ball pail, be procured a distl'ici league cerlaiiilv ought to he forjiied � and lariuceipfiils otTtued to the oiilh-liig towii^^ to make if worth their while to oiii the league Taber. ( know, is willing to join, and I led s'ire It would iioi he dillicull to gel other loui.s in teres led. Il> iloinR so we should tuake fooiball more iii-iciesfing. wc should also he able lo provide neutral referees for ,,he Liames, a thing lias been denied us .11 the ])asl and been a ^.tuuiiii ig biock all al'.ii.g. It would also tend lo increase the gate receijils II a good (listVict Icigiir could he established this year, 1! uoiild make football iitic ol the leading games 111 this c:lv. I'roiessiiinal baseball iias be.-n cut out, so win not get hns\ ,in(l make tool ball a recogi.i/ed .ind popular sjiorl I'resiileiil lUipen. I am glad iM note, is showing tiial he takes an inleic.--l in Ihe school bovs ni l.elh-bridge lie ollercd a shield tor Cnmpei it ion amongst llicni Tlici ii'ight to be encouraged .uul looked aMer. because, in a few years' lime, V. c shall have to depend in Ihein lor our senior league Too much in li-resi. Iherefore, cannot be shown in the training up of our bo\s. I hope that llios-siblc The wituiers 01 that league aiiglil to be preseiiled with medals or raps as a nvcmeiito to keep and look upon in vears to come l-'rob-thl\ tJie cii>' league pj.-eeulive will tr> .mil pro', iilc those or maybe one Interest in locil football is increasing iii|)iill> .mil fooiball enihiisia.sts arc alreaih looMiig iorwani to the ciiining .-.eason a;id aft.\ioiisl.\ awaiting the opening'games The S O K. ha\e .iioioimced liiem.sehes Hilling 10 meet the failles on flood Kvidav in the .inninil inici iia 1 lonal game 'l"he\ expect 111 pin a strona; contingent in the I'leVd this season anil anticipate good re^^illls Ip 10 the present Ihc e'allie-, have not replied to the challenge, hut 1 do not think Ihev will di-.ippi.ini us TluM lune not dcfiu-ileh (h-cii|ci| (III their line-up for Ibis '.ear. hill rumor sius that tlie\ will he as si long ,is ever i'".veii the loss i,i Mich biilli,i!,l pla\prs as Boss. \ndeisou. tllivir and Weyinss. does ii'il di-ciiiir.igc iheiii The) alwa.\.n liaw. Ilo quote one 01 their most .iKleni -iippoi ici^). belter things up ihcii vli-evc, ilian il:c\ have \cl pro-dinud Shiiiild ili' I'allies, however. make fail li) .icccpt the 1 h.ive It on good (I (�: intend tc teuiii III ihc cilx I'l Kriday Tliev intend the season to' leit later iliaii tlmt da,\ , S t) 1-:. challenge, uihoi'il) that the challenge another .1 mami' on (lood ^oi our ardent ^ujip.ii 1 ers ina\ u.-. ,111 olTcr, .\ li-otbaH meeting has been called lie' .\Iiinda', 111.>.t. ,n the ('alcdonian Hall li. .wliicii all iiuelesled m the name ,ire invited in at lend. The sea-siin's programm.!' will be open f'U' discussion. ;iiiil it is to lie hoped that, all who can. will luiii out. Many in-Icrestmg siib.iects will he iiilrodtieed, fcuemosi nf them hciii'j,. our rei'erees That is a Mih.jecl wh'ch allows a w idi- belli i'or discussion and sliinild I'c Mr.jleii M'r\ si't'oush and carc-i'i||\ Much dcpeniN .m the referee ,ind Ihc he rules 1 be games We .lie siiicl\ III need oi good, reliable icicM-'.. wew uh.i. c.iii (luniii'aiid the i.'pcci ipf llic phnci-. and s|)ectators 1 ki.i'v. ii is a vci\ dilliciill position I" lill. hill, out oi rii\ � the si/e of libriilgc we should In- able to siili-[ili siidiciriil compeiciil referees to iiihlil our 'I" son', pio-ramiiic. It is pot f.iir li'al Iv.o nr (hrcc rci'crees shnuld (dliciate all llirougli the year. i \\ c should ha\e at least a do/en men wluua \w can rel\ itpon I would like to see '111' 1 i'!('ii'c-' a-.�^nri.i t ioii iorin up and becomr aclive Now is llie lime I" -i.iri Ihe I' ions, then � when till' -, c,i'!iini(ince.-. we shall know jiisl iio" \i e air sii'iafed lor ; i|iialilied ii'iriie-, .\iiiillier monib I will soon - am de man wlia' liali g:)i lie lioxing Miles paii'iiii'd. No lieopleeaii use ileiii i'iil�>s '.vidait a permit. 1 ball bere in tiia coal d.' iiee-es�ar.\ iianei- from de .Maimi: himself. I will pass lie b.ii around, iiii! if de' tiiiid a'li l:ir!;e enoiiiili you all may use lie rules Iiii one ni:-hi onh.' 'I'lie hai ' was le'iseil and as iha smoke dipped i '(111 liie ilinies. iiickies and iienules. and iniiioiis. he �elual*i^ed in the ni.i..o eiiiidiiUe ni.'iniier. 'De show ma.v now pi'oeei'ii. Me oul\' ihiiig I asK is dm none a .^ollse cullud eiii'/.-us create .-.iiy disinrhaiiee, ca ise d' .Me.iijiiis writ but niip sei of luli'.-. and dem am lair-pla.i rules, Ue i 'iiuh-leMu-e iiiles , am n:u in de liooli.' " 1 f.eiia.^il (��Cii'C'j. lilme, u ,n I e I ilnl ii \ iii .��:n elillill ,;. .^1 !(('.">-( m ! , !(�(; ) .ii i !( -1. I gelling llie ill t lie game h.'.e .� buru'cr fi illow liui all I'm � I ;!.� 11 I 1'. will a Iw .n '. Ie.' � el , ..��' 'lal'ilalll lliel l' ! 11 .�.vc .1 dc'licr il.lelesi I'l , �! ' i -hall Iind llieiii ,11 -�Ci'i'l' g.iliics hni made much iicad-I liaM' it on giwul aii-e'lor I'. a re licu.g made le.iene. Ii\ several nigln I hniic i he, r cITort s will be �.A .iiliai 1 shall lune niinh jungle.-. Ill lepnil III lll'Xl W PCk -. '.'lite in I Im i|eve tile Westminster'^ hue .eii!.i' p'.'e packels for us tin, M-.i'-iin lliev aie holding sonic well iilenidi' 'neiiiiig'. .md ale deti'tiiiii. cii In li., rleii I In North 1 .(� I ll b r i' I gi � Li lael, I ''ill.I we sll.lll ^ee solac l;.i.|.m'- ' ;� \ �. I cut 11 led N ni ! |i \ -, -�nlllil ' 'ie\ . good WnllungCX icnii'.r ���!)'� .it.^ Ic.iving no slnac un 1 iHliCll ,' I 111 : I etVnl I :- In prnilliec a Wi'lMi.i �need ic.iiii 'I'he sclmnl le.iin fin:.. ;: ' ill -' I a'l ai c al>o conlideii' 111 V......! \lrciiil> inc\ ui-.w be .11". niii w |i ll .1 hall pr.ict isiie.1 dm 11,^ '! -- ...� scores and scores of bowlers in Letb-jman bridge today who havi' scored l.'in or ; e.xclamatloii did not consider that his better-a rattling fine total for the ,as so fast that it cut through the nnvicr-in their maiden effort and heart of t he pins, and left the corner - , ^ . -a w-i- wlio. In stia.v visits to the alleys, have owea standing, while the slower ball,'''**'"* oarerully unwrapped, atids.. the been unable lo get within striking tils-; a,ff,8ed with' "stuff" scattered the ' P*P6'' removed, reveals the factiniinous amoiiK the > "I've gjkt a b,un()fa," anilled'' Ur.'.;..^ bowling fraternity that a niedfuin fai^t (JaiiaiiiB, he �at in an eaiyi cliiifr^S ball with plenty of "stuff on It, which i-^the Alberta, "ye�. air, a reaLiliuMtMH' is equivalent of a sharp break or vhia In a slow drawl.- Swwirt'pilig curve. IS vastly superior to �iH��d and ^^^^^^^ crowded up t� aie ~lt,?JiSiil� Kpeed aione. (mpregaion 'that lt\mM a^;jiipt,.'o'f/,' When Ball Reveraet , animal, or rare ' find. ''iNtfit/in^cfip It lakes a long time to master a , t*"" �"�'" �^etit on the-only-^^rifilBma.V good delivery, for even with old tlm-i "tl'�t WtBalpei; kiwwB'a�iVin�J*|irtw^^ ers, balls have a cantankerous habit baseball aa Ponoka." At .dlUategp' .^^ of reversing at an inopportune mo-. tuo'Bngliabmen tatfad. away. :.^li[iaiA^^9 ment. Many times a player has start � resumed: "Tbe bigger the town", aa a '� pd for his seat ihinkiiiK be had a � ,.,ia, the bigger the Ida*.Uiey.Hare'of-spare -'nailed lo the flnof only to j ban. Often this leads a tojrtiSof jtbel z^: iX�crra^d'^n?.rre ;r,i>'- v^"' "^h* irf It isn't a diffi.'ult matter to knock i altogether. Seldom does one 1 up the smaller plaeea. a�K3li a*Cal- all the pins d'own with Ihe first ball P'ayers with the same st.vle, but it is uuiie different w^jen one "f- ^^'^'^^ bowler | I,ices i spar.', rintuetimes luck Is uroniiiicni and helps out ilie bowler' who is trying with his second ball to sweep off ib.e alley the remaining pins. \ Very often the "hack-kick" comes loi| 'lie player's rescue and saves hint � iroiu all error. The "ba-ck-kiek" Is; lanct; of the same figure. Why this should occur time and iig.iiii is one of the my-iterieii of the s|iort. One might believe that bowling lacks the element of science and that it Is iiiirely a PiBtter of luck whet her a player makes a big score or i^ot, but while luck certainly cuts a large figure in every game, it requires I'kill to hang up big counts. In the .ase of the 'green " player', who bowls like a. vetoran in his first game. It is Simon pure -luck ;ind can be regarded as nothing else, for it lakes weeks of \ coiislaut practice to perfect' a style that will permit him to irfck up spares' as well as make strikes. | Those "Back-Kicks"' I Iwis eharnoterUtlcs of his own. The writer xvill never forget the advice that he heard a veteran impart to a novice, and as it Is no secret. It 1 mny piove of benetit to others. "The veteran said: "Don't be discouraged if you fail to get big scores right off nothing more than one pin skidding off ^ "'"�' ^k"' o"'-^' the alle.v, .and its course will '1''^, and when .vou com.nence to pick r nin- sParos regularly your scores will materially Increase. While it is If there is enough momen-: " ". ','V. " " the pin that Is rolling, the ^" f^*"' �'�'*''�'"�' �f ally chalks up a strike. Iflf""' 'his you will pick up many val- likely take it to the only other pin standing. 10111 witli jilaypr usiiall he does he considers that he has made a luck "hit," and ihese are by no means uncommon. Speed Versus "Stuff liable little pointers, do not imitate their style, but follow the one Ifhat comes natural to you. Control Is the first thing you want to perfect, and when that eoraes the remainder is some say that howling is purely a 1 easy with practice." I KtlUT TliOl HLi: TESTING THE LAW IN THE WOL-GAST-MEMSIC BOUT IN CALIFORNIA Los Angeles, .March -The pre-Lminary bearing resulting from the ari'ests srowlng out of the Wolgasl-Memsic houi hist Saturday was com-lileted before .liulge Heeve today. Urief oral arguments were made by attorneys represent iug the defense and proseciKioti, and briefs are also to be prepared, .ludge Reeve announced that he would hand doivn his decision April H as to whether or not the four accused would be held lo the sii-lierior. court tor trial on the char'.je of violating the state anti-prize fight law-. Tliomas. i\Ic( .iiey. jironiiiier. and    THIRTEEN PASSENGERS ^ | Calgary and Edmonton went into.whatj^ _ was called the TwiURi)t-league. Wlnui-Tj peg, Fargo, nmliith and otJier towna laughed at us trying to play pro. 1)allt-^^l up here In the woode, but we landed on them, and landed with that D'.S. | thud oiie so often reads about. Aa a matter of fact, Letbbrld^e and the 'f'^^ Hat made monkeys of thorn. .,Cobi-".,-3 bined their teams and an ran around them. - ' , "In the same way Guelph-I used to �"4 be a good fan down there-nas one .& of tbe best ball towns In all Anierlc:i. ,.'|| London, too, was good, and actually ^ trimtiied the famons Chicago team i 6/ IS79. Fred Goldsmith, of thetha^-;t| pers had taken up tbe..,ni^tap'a rtot::! . was In sight. Quiet waajwyllnil.Mw-* � 'lever, and a tail lanky geOUwailMl An-1 nouiiced t hut he would- Ulw to Jtragch a short sorinon. The umpire and |Ut-ors agreed, and gave him tanmlnltda.-H into tSe anbieat iu llv�ly{''>| lii'ize fighi. j promoting ill the big mills nowadays, l Tile iiromoier and releree, logeilic! j is confldeni he will bring .lohuson and wit'i the two iiriiici|i:ils are ihe defend-i Langford logK.ther in Knglaiid or Aus-anls in the case. | iralia this year. i style, was well received, and wna atj the height of 1i4b elotiuence when tiatie,i i was sprung on him. He stopyediinUB-)| ed his hand, and roared, "Qo to It bo>s, it's fl darn good game!".- Daritif wasn't the word though. ' f "Play ball:" cal|ed the umpire and the crowd roared.-Newe-Telbgram.  f NOTHING TO IT ' Winnipeg Free Press: "Ves, there lai I nothing to it for us but the Western � Canada League," said President Black-iiiini, when seen yesterday. j "1 am disappointed tfant our early proBpects of entering the Minesota-Wlaconsin league, of joining with Mln-neiipolis and St. Paul, or of forming a new organization, including gome of I the cities whicJi made up the old I .Northern league, did not materialize, II hough indeed prospects were very ! bright for a while, but we will go heart and soul into the Canadian league " "When asked if he thought the ieague '.voulrl be a success as ai pre.--! sent constituted, that Is, including Cal-: gary, Edmonton, .Moose .law. llegina. Winnipeg and Krandon. .Mr BkicU- burn said he really thought it would, ' and thai he would do his very best to � � make ll so. 'i ""We are alreiidy down to husinoss," -5 be s.iid. "and in a very short time .1 will lia\e an annoiinoement to make:: reaarding a manager and ))layers. 'Some of Ihe cx)ntraets whicli I hava sent out h'.i ve been returned, and,:;,. 1 bough 1 do not wish at the prc89iit_w lime to announce from wiiom thev'-'l 1 ome, .Mill will eventually see that Wln-^t'' niiipg will have a winning team eveiT ; bii as good as it was at the close oC'*'i last sesson. With RowlaJid having'.:: J promised lo help alt he knows how- ^'-^ and i hat is a great deal-all that is , needed is the help of the Winnipeg t t'aas."  ;