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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LrniBRlDGE D VTT-Y TIERALn MoiHhiy, MjiitIi 27, 1911. Westminster Lacrosse Team Will go Eat;t Important Court Decision on Boxing Match $5,000 FOR TWO EXHIBITION LACROSSE MATCHES IN EAST Some Interesting Moments of the Recent Lang-Langford Fight Z In London the Referee h A itired in Full Dress OPEN MEETING Montroipl. >!'>ni: 2r -Ai m lut'Oti/iB of i'ik- f\. National LutroPRi' Cluh held lafi ^aiurda..  Ill' decided to a^copi x'\e oondli �nHcse.i N>>v two oxiiiuiclon Fii;n>'S 'i ;i.--fd hrrc rw '\i\.y wastorii iliil) demfir.ricfi .\ �;ii.iriiii'.>e ol .-" 'i r.i and the X.L.L. cl^iinipifiiis ;ig;efii y- p 3B tboy feel oertiiin thai those fiaiucs ill the lacrosse fsii?. Nnnrnals no� htt.f- t'I larg Blgiiptl lip. with t.ip oxcepiion o:' (w.. whosf servU"^s Cnn Jov.r^. o,' v.ii., t u� , . lioldB good mtll April 15. I ii. \'�'''st mi I drawing uiiii l.oii-r.'l tor � !j CALIAGHAN MAY TO PUT GINGER LEAD WHITE SOX INTO CRICKET Chicago, March 2.^.-.lame? I C'aila-ghan. exni.^jrn it'' RDrt exponent of 'ho �'ikdo liR'k' tueory, is lo he w Yolk. March .�kii afiiui- t.lin ha." bt�0!; ..�prun ir Kii.Khihd id pill moi' i.hlM'l. and liic si'licmo of tho rcfc, iii.Tti. .icorilin^ lo rfpo."s loct'ived 'icri. is to iiMk.' i ir-1 naivowcr. .ind iho '^Minip.-i liii:!i'^!. K(i;i')'.v rr of ^'.-.o :.|>on ii'.an;. ih;, Si Kcinip as .l,i\r.1 no^' tak.':- inn niiir.'i litrf^. Th*^ pitipn.s^l j.s to lirnii li'c hat 10 �i'.vi'-' .iP'i a half �nclii's a'-ro.-;, tho h!',ii|r>. iii.>toid of foil" i\rnl a nnai ler. \.\-iii v.iilih. and m ipi'ca.-c the sfihi;-..': from "7 lo L'n inn gaie the Irish-i or sijarriiit; exliihltions and figbis. nii'ii a good yanic, hnt wen -7 poiiiis to 5. henteij bv today l-ijiidon, .March L'.n.-'ihe Hii.ahy riiion games pla.ved wer,' as tolUnvs; t'ardiff i), Svvani--pa 0: N'ewiiort !i, Hlacldnath !); llarleqiilns Old .Merclinni Taylor? ^. The scnii-fiiuil of the Kn.f.rlish Asso cUiiion footriall ci;i) was i layod today,! ".\ nice exhibition of skill In (ipar-rlng, he said, "accordln� to Cox, on criniiiial cases, is not llleKal. If, how-rt>>nll.s of "^�'"'i'. '''P pnitles Intend lo fieht until ! one b'ivcs in from exhaustion or from iiijiuy received it is n fi.i?hl and a ! hrea-'h of Ihe law, whether or not with ! pl'ivos.' In \'ol. 2. lOncy. of l.aiv of Enfrlaiid, C3I, It is laid down as tho law \ as lidlov.s' ".\ hoxlnK or sparriiiK .Newcastle rnHcd and llradford f'ii^! �'"'""* fi^'ndlv l.e,ng the succesi-f.ii contestants for f^^'"' Ihe final to he plaved al L.'r'.stal I'al-! ^".^"''"''f 'I"' Q"'^^^'^'�"'." ''"!coiids hetier llKin the previous mark luaile by 'Cinders" jMurray wa\ hack in (1) Langford lands his right. (2) Another right by Langford. (3) More right leads by Langford. (4) Lang dodges a right swing. (5) Lang knocked to the ropes, round three. (6) L'ingford uppercuts. (7). Lang almost through ropes in fourth. (81 Lang knocked down again in round five. (9) Langford landing left jyst before Lang's disqualification. LANGFORD ESTABLISHED HIMSELF AS A TERRIFIC HITTER PRESS CLUB TO MEET TOMORROW NIGHT AT EIGHT A meeting of tlie Press hgaeiball club is culled fur lo-roorrow evening- in the parlors oi Manager Evans, dhe-ard block, at S o'clock. Colors and suits and other business of importance will be Brought lip. Players and siip-porfers are all reiiuo-SFted to he uresctit. Birmingham. Nap oatfielder. iasi .vear took .idvice on b:uiing. am! hit .222. Year befoH' he did as he pleased and hit .'l:''!. This .vear he isn'- looking tor lips Knalish fight critiis who �a'>v ine l,anc;li)r(i-Lan!.: coniesi sac ihc Boston hoy is I 111. li.u'dcs! puncher since the ila.s of Bob Pitzsiininoii.-i. Tiiey also luiil Langford as ihe only logical con-iciuler of .lack .lohusiui f'lr the heavy- weight crown. One Briiislier goes as [ defeat .Inhnson. Our English cousin far ,13 to stale that in a limiteS con-''iis a right lo his own opinion, Inu test between .lohnson and Lan.gford - ^^^ consensus of opinion in this coun- "Lil Artha" would win on points hyi!''^' TT. 'i T' "*! "Tf"^' '' I Langford looks to have the obU In a his wonderlnl defen.sive tactics, and in I limited coniest, while .lohnson looks a contest in a fisish Langford would j awfully good in ihe marathon route. many th.casands lodiiy, hut as tliey have 10 meet ,in;aiion of their own leaK'te. ihey will liave to fight hard for their honors. FoUowUig are the results: i t-'helseii n. .Newcastle I'nited -1; iUradford City ;:. niaclcburn Hovers n, Kollowing are the results of league games; First Division .Notts Forest 0. Manchester City u: Bury 1, Preston North End u; Wool-wk'h Arsenal Briitol City 0; Aston ^ Villa vs Tottenham Hotspur, jxistpoii-, ed; Sheffleul Ignited vs On these grounds his honor allowed the appeal with costs. JIIE OTTAWA RESEK\ E IJ8T ALL OF THIS YEAR'S PLAYERS CLAIMED BY CHAMPIONS FOR NEXT SEASON .Montrt il. March NEW CANADIAN INDIAN TO THE FRONT AS A RUNNER Texaf .Uuk catcher Pan Aniouio is um'.ed as anotiier Ewing by scout Boh (lilks. finiu Buck ; I Forsythe. Giant recniii after M.-r-kle's job. has been kidded into tiii> belief that o.\atcrs ulll sharpen his hai ting 0)1'. and he's stowing ihcmaway three times a day. New llavtn. Conn., .March 2.'i.- Wni. Ijavis. ail of Canada, non a fifteen inih^ running race here innLgiit in one hoii'-. '>>> miniues. .secnnd.t. He ran ihc i iwo nines alone His 1 oiuiH'iilor..; weie ..\l Haim-s. of .New .lersny. .Mlcssio V. .-^mbr.i. of Italy, .mil il'->ir.\ Shclion. a Cuban. Davis look ibe icui ill Ihe fifih mile and MANY CANADIANS TO BE PKESEXT AT LONDON SPORTS THE ('OMIN(; SEASON i ........ 2i'.. - Pre.sldons Mlddlesbor- Quiini. of the .National Ho-ckey assn oiigh, postponed; Manchester Cnited ,-ia'tlon, left (ui Saturday nig-ht for ti. Okiham Athletic h; Liverpool 2,iKew York, where he will wltnsBB the .Notti County 1. Wanderer-Ottawa g.imes lonlght and Second Division tomorrow night and then proceed to Karnsley T. Bradford 0, Blackpool!-'i"" bef^^re leaving, he au-'11- Hiiddersfield Town 0; Clapton Or-jnu"n'e'' that tlie Oltnw.i Club had lieni 2, Dirmln.Kham 1; Derby County; ""''>��iii;:ies. Wresi hn.g ('.:tch-as-caicli-can, iiiiddi'-'welghtK. iio.'^iug- I lcav,\\veighls. In eacli event mentioned e�cb pan of ihe emi.ire iiaineil is to be rcprr.scn;'d be ore man, and ihc rcsuli of this four-cornered roiiicsl t,i b^ a-anl.'d iioiui, the coiuiic-jio- linishiiig scionil two IMiiiis. il'.'nl three iUiiiits and fcuir'li fo.u jio'ius. Tliut ,;e-liou of ill" cmiiiro wicso i epreseiiiaiivcs score liie In.vcsi ac.grcg.ite of |.(lints lo lie ihe ��\inncrs of the emiiire iroiih.v iir'scntcd wiiji coiii-iiiciuoni i ion UK ilals siieci.illy designed for the purpose, and silver lueil.ils to .ill Ihe oi'heis taking iiari. .'��s (�^'ntrlil lias no shareMn ilie sclceijon ,r iiu. pveiiis, stud as iluir SI 01" l.iiiited. il is not s'lriiri.-in;; ihai ihu lisi includes se\,.i;l in '.^., 1; tins roiilMrv r. \\ iiardly In- e; show liri.t class ;orni. I liv.'. ever, it is the iiii'iiiio" of .\inaieiir .-Mhleii-' liii.ui ii> 111 1,- evri> rffoil lo secure ill,- heiu represeniaiioii jviss ihle, anil I's mis wiil he a n,ilioi,;h 25.-Prank Brighton, Patrick, ou his return from Vanoourer BtTted that the Western C limi! will be the big dump fthich the f)i' will |ilay, and the} iiiieud lo present contracts showing tJiat :lie Ottawas spent ;54,!'.S7..''iO in i.alarles during the past year. The Wanderers, Canadiens and , Renfrew are alleged lo have exceeded | this figure, and the Ottaw-as will make; a i-equesi Ibai t-ach team be fined i according lo the rules of the N.H.A. Cndoubledly all ihree clubs will put up a big kiek against such action, but if Liniiiet! yuiiin. ihe iiresideni. l.ihis I -piLi of I'air play .vliicli  Ic 1: iioieil for, all throe will to, suiiini; lo Ihe flue. �li mighl be added! iliai ilie league lias iiosseesloii of a] �i-'iUil cheque from every club in ihei leatue. and thai il will be able to' (in.fjS'i.i e ihls alumUl the clubs fail to toe the mark. ex- WOULD NOT RELEASE ! HARRY LORD FOR J25.000 j President Coiiuske\ of -the (.".hicago : While ;-;ox ho would not sell' the releuse of his third baseman, Harry I Old. for $2'.iinii The Maine ^ hoy i;i Koing line a prairie fire In the | p: elliiiiiiary piaMice. Which recalls sadly the old adage; "Of all words of tongue or pen The midilest aie these-it might have been." l-liiRh Duffy aajs he has a team in the W'liie 3ox of championship material, aud he likoa tlie training ground, Minc'-al Wells, Texas, so much thai nrraiu,'emonta have been made for per-man�nt yuan ers at the Ijone Star Stale watering place. DiNlribiitors i^agiuit^lo Wine & Spirit To. Lcthbridyre ;