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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Ssifunlay.May20.i011. THE LETTTBRTPGK DAILY HERALD Papc.7 LOCAL TEAMS GO AWAY ON 24TH MACLEOD TO GO IN FOR SOCCER ABE FIGHTERS'METHODS BEATING WEIGHTS CLEVER BRITISH BOXERS AT N. Y. LOCAL FOOTBALL REVIEW Written Especially For fhe Herald "As long as there are weights brought agreed upon for boxing says little Abe Attell. "just so long there will be ways and devices to fool the scales 1 don't know just when the lirst trick was upon the weights, but I'll just bet a little money It, was within a month after old-time boxers began to make matches at any stated number ol pounds. ".The tricks and dodges by which men try to tool their adversaries on 1he weight, question are almost innum- erable, and some of them are really New York, .May crs who will meet Kiiglishui'jn for the i championship honors at .Madison i 'Square Garden tonight and Saturday jianir of uut Kas iwo minutes after time that did This year they go up with a the two teams, to make j Good business The City Execu- tive, I am informed, decided to pur- chase a set of the-best goal tainable.. They cannot arrive a day ;ioo soon to cut oui the goal judge -nuisance. i I It is gratifying to lovers of the game to know that the City League is on the look-out for visits from good outside teams, it being quite likely that Hillhurst will visit us on the 1st of July! It is also possible nothing worse than the celebrated Kj [Eclle.vue team. I think Lethbridge cup for a year at. vious exhibitions of the Overseas were going the Champs go .some, but had sonic-thing to say in that, nollj consequently a groat game was uot forthcoming. That's a cheap trip to Co.wlcy The Callics had materially inrprov- !Wednesday. Fare from this city better looking and if -they have ,lha; may down. on is and a match with CoJcman may also be arranged. The Corinthians will be a great.draw in September, and their visit is now: an assured thine. Suggestions to. the- cd since thcv were last out., and were detail correct, but. so aml as crooked a part of box' tried with lead that it was game as ever was invented. said, ;fore wit- at rounds to the bud. If a maia weighing 140 pounds was weighed with that disk of iron-his poundage registered hisses, he'd fight Packey See the idea? This manager j I he pan. .it. soft for a long time. He could i always slide into the places where! says he is willing to weighing ir 13-I at o'clock, hut fluffed" disk, get away with the dated until fail so they .won't mix Mid.'then' slip, in again next day to re-pusr- -vei- jdcee the-genuine weight.- lie was an-1" learn, alt hough the i proprietors, mercnants. and other business men! tv. o new men liar! r for measures calculated to. most interested a ne :thp in racing. Andrew Miller, a steward weight'arid speed and made his', of the Jockey Club, and Secretary of j Presence fclt_ on more than one occa- the Saratoga Association, has issued ision, and .after he gets accustomed to a letter, of 1 lie-men lici-.J.s-.playing with will" no and copies have 'been distributed, inJ doubt be-heard fn.in. The left- half he makes these.points: jplaved a good game, and he, too. will TlVe.anti-caGe law lias-teen hnrrfiil j acquamumcc with the to the welfare of the.-City oijrcs, of lino. Hanncrman, at iork. to its hoteis, was a..tower of strengtn, and i-: return, and the train, goes out at 8 a.m. Take it in. A day's out- j ing will do you good, and there is busy on Pick out That team, the ;two best- teams in the A nieeting has been arranged, to take place on the 1st of June." of delegates from all the district teams willing to form part of a district league. Don't forget, Dallas 'Hotel, Lethbridge, June 1st, and boost for the Southern Alberta Football Lea- gue- No league games next -week. The postponed Vvestnitnster-S.O.E. match will be played on. Wednesday, May. -31st. Hard.lines for both teams.; Si Q.E. meet -Callies in next Leagvte game, June 30th, and following day play Westminsters. The Westminsters meet S. 0. E. on the 31st, and play, the Overseas following, day. Wouldn't it be a good idea for ar- rangements to be made whereby in j the event of the ball ground being uri- i fit to play on, the-Overseas ground be used. It is just as well to -pro- vide for these contingencies ia ad- vance. city; play a few Saturday night i The Over Club Trill -t jpamcs. and so keep them in practise (have a -practice all kinds of soort coinc iuclcine ;rom I t t. i j i and lhc score sheet might J5ive away tne of have had quite u difle.rcnt appearance .'phenomenal skill in u book entitled j when ATTF'Af l> JL ACCEPTS OXFORD CHALLENGE Cambridge, Mass., May and Vale tonight formally accepted the challense of Oxford and Cambridge for a set of track games, to be held'in July. The will ask. however, that the games be full time was blown. As it- "Red-Ball (Cassell.) Mr. -Gray however, Mac made several nice lays particular stress on practice. clearances, and was safe whenever he "When my father determined to "WHITE HOPE C 'L JLA MOJS was called upon. and Thomp- ;make me a professional billiard play-j SOLD FIVE YEARS OF CAREER FOR LAST SWIMMINGGIRI; .Would Have Performecl Wonderful Feat-' v-biit for Muddy Water New Orleans, May. Miss -Annie Morecroft, the young Boston girl swim. ming champion, displayed unusual courage and L a'eterininatibn.' In -''.Tier.-. at- tempt to swim the Mississippi rir.er. from a point opposite the sewerage and water board's pumping station ar.: son were in good lorm. (Carrellton to the barge at the foot- oi: Canal street, thousands admiring her For the .shininu; lii Overseas Brcnnan was the 111 iif the forward line, and pluck and applauding her skill. The fair swimmer failed .to accom- two weeks later than the datej'js nrohabh (set by the Englishmen, July Gth. er six years ago, 1 was then .only-lij FALL years of he writes, "he made Kansas City. .May clear to me that 1 was entering- a hope'' went -the customary fession. and that I must study for when the big'gest pugilistic'sur-, the best man on the 0. and-thoroughly as a stud-l.prise since the fiasco at Reno, saw tbefPlish the long journey, although--she Iris'the kiiack of know (1cterm'71-ed oa would do'knocking out of bi- Al Kau-fmann by negotiated! the first mile or more-and any otiicr profession. rJinj-Flynn here.- Kaufmann. tiazed in'the last hundred yards; Xhe wa- "During-these six years I have second round an unexpected'ler was very cold and quite a sea aged between six aiul eight hours'.swing- to the jaw. never recovered. ITehyas on. ipi-actice every day. This has not battered Io the floor eight time's i In a time slie :sisted in going to the ta-blc and the fight, three limes for.the1 CO seconds S. Jine-up. ing just where to lie, and is nov slow j -to take advantage of his opportuni- tics. McKay, was very much in cvi- i (ience, and his brilliant ruji up the >E "fussy" about the .fit of your underwear. Buy 1ffie> kind tailored into lasting shape in the knitting--not just dragged into shape like ordinary under- wear. You will, if the Pen-Angle 'trademark oa: the garment. This is the underwear that stays in shape doesn't shrink wears and wears. Here you see pictured -pejyrian's No. Made in all sizes for every- body of any age. Tv'ina; a far better result than the balls abOtll! in rhe most'count OL nine, and it obtained. James and Davics were 'serious study of angic problems and was right ihere with the stuff, and gave 'touch test? Often I played a single s'.-ious in the tenth t-lie ScoK-hmcn plenty of trouble. Me- shoi hundreds of times over, arid my of the bout. a. short time sue began to en- counter great difficulty in breathinsr. fo i Prof. Conroy. her partner and -rfisn- .put aott-n completely uncon-jafter_ to dear her throat of in 1 11 ronin Hmli-' tne mud and sediment sie mvoluntan- swallowed -while breasting ,tlie )-.md. the lira it; flvenna it good game, and the practice table is all marked out in t'.iej Kauonann s defeat is a sad blow warer eVentuaUy tlie aiv no doubt the mainstay jdots raid short lines 1 use in worknihe promote: who Bought his .future mns' woman was puiled aboard, some or my problems." of the team. liorne saved his side I from a worse licking than it got. and j The suggestion has been mad iis plnvina: cood football. hut his-the method of play mainly adopted ipur'.ner llv left hack, was a long I-Alr- that of maldng Uvay "OH' his heat." The selection off ttie recl. bal1 a stroke of mechanical rcgular- il'or the next, five yesti'S'-at a- price of i" and .chokin for the. period. Kaufmann got little over S-.O'OO for his end l.i-r- "I'm awfully sorry noc to have corn- night, but he surely have to the swim as I said .Habilitate himself before he can nopej-viiss'j'lorecrofr'later> "but the choppy: to win enousb money to get ;bafk -made .it impossible, filling my jitv-is iikelv fo nrove monotonous with water. I could spit oiit 1 Kaufmann was as cer- 'he water, our. the mua got thicker and- 'tain to meer -.lohnscn Tor" the f intend.to try again; -how- id not act wisely in try-1 a new out in a league game, ror and a jbisl it is possible their new goahe ,JKt in Mp, Grav-s stack up better in a future game. k ihe amateur i He seemed cliampiojiship. His clefes.r. it ever, and will succeed if-the river Js the to hick confidence, and al- cultivate red ball play, became f though he made one or two good Jpcsition for doThg so is much more fumbled in clearing, and doubtful such a match would ''prove; smoother.'' position saves, fiiivihlefl in clearing, ann his and than for i team was in danger as the result. iany other lyreak-buildins. f I "The positions' thai lead up to it. i "As iicle-.i same, that is soon c-iron- adds. "embrsi-e-every part of the! a drawing card now. "Kaufmann will; l-.avp i.o run over the list of fighters.! For a "dead one" Nelson is more including Sam Lanurord. and whin popular than some of those in the live iihem r.li, betorc he i'iiti hopp to gainjolass. J he reason is 'he -always as a possible champion, fights and doesn't know how to stall. __ 50 1 an Ii was not a I as score m: losing tea P.I. iiad its full share of the jrlav. hit! it is the old tun innicii individual play. They put up a tussle in the lirst the ('allies hud they could no to keen the bid: in the S. half, and thai the v. very much in their favor. In second, it was- pretty i niucli Sco'cii. win) kept iheir heads land ulaved c'imbintilion. but the mid are .so. endless that indicate, and the j impossible