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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETIlBKTDGIi 'pAILYjniER Saturday, November 1, II Hitting in Clinches Contrary to the Queensberry Rules Hlltios in a clinch Is absolutely, for- results of today's football games played of the first-mentioned First Djviilon Bolton Wanderers, Sheffield lied, 1. Burnley, 1; Newcastle ,Vnlled, 0. Chelsea, 3; Middlesboroush, ;..T Bverton, 1: Bradford City, I. Manchester Athletic. 0; Aston Villa, I.- Preston Xorth End, 1; Tottenham Hotspur, 2. Sheffield DOTby. County, 3. V.. Sunderland, 2; JBIacWufn W est Albion, MaricWs- Ur Olty, 0. TO RE-OROANIJE CUBS 4 Chicago, Oct. Chi- National league club is due for a re-orfanliMloa nejl spring, and seven ol last year's players will be dropped, wa; whVt X nunaM forcicj .-.his, own ideas upbh Jhis "-rlavtrs-impteistag iiis ow'n'tneet'ies'ar.d ''i Blrmitijhim, 2V 0.; Bradford, 3; lielcestsf Fosse, 3.' Bristol Hudderaneld Town 0 Clapton Clossop, 0. Apparently Good Enough1 for Mcrr In Spite or His Ihdiscre- tlon Ms: special 's'y locdlt's been' "KNOCKOUT" WAS KNOCKED OUT IN BIG ADVANTAGE IN :.-i WEIGHT ial, although the win ue larcssir-r r.est season; ided I retain .control of Tinker, of Oct the z, nuu Leeds City, Notts County, 0. StocSrport County, 0; Wolverhanip- lon-Wanderers, .0, :.v Woolwich Notts Forest. Southern LMfue Norwich City, l: Bristol Rovers, 1. Watford, f, Merthyr Town, 0. _ Coventry, 4. f. Crystal town, Northampton, 1; 1. South End United, I; Exeter. Citr, 'Brighton aid Hove .'Albion ,'2 Mill- Portsmouth, r; IJucens Park Rsng ers, 1. ScotfliJi "League Hamilton Abet deen, 0. Alrdrieoniass, 3 Quttn s. Park Ayr United, FalVirl, 2. Hiberians, 1; Third Lanori, 1; .Bumbittoa, 0. Partlck Dundee; 1.' at Mlrro, 1; Hnrti of MldloUt noTen, Rangers, 3. Eora'e slugger who found tha; -he fhs'd 'a- blgr advantage while hoiding with" OEe and. hitting with, t'ha-olter. burly scrapper who' may .be'ulterly devoid of do considerable dam- age 8Jf.aii.tted by a referee to the nilesrih.lhls manner. Style. 1PH. Tfco prOVIUeu.l you even hive a world pt trou- ble making them.-ste wh'ro tp.-tlirow.- wM'ti-'not to .T.-here to and even the'wdf the ball should "With.the pid.tulis 31.-Jofcriny Kil haii'e, [eailierwrijht ol the knocked out "Knockout this city in the -seventh round last-night, o! what was ti have teen a'ten-round bout. followed a Un Up to the last round, the ha> w rna.iuB-i-u.--v BMu'veiy honors even. 1 to .t.-here to throw the "second round Marts scored. but'KilbaEo rallied fiercely and evened matters" up t. sending Marrs to the mat. Botn'mea were bleeding from -.the th'at an on. conference between Tinker and Pre-. a skort burl 16 sided Herrmann, at.wWch the bases_aii long Ihrfins, es- of the club for neit year wis discuss-' .t.- ed. The attaching, of the name of Manager Tinker, to a coatract sets at peciallv to the plate; must go on the of They, rchol-ad better {or .tip They trter to and there is far rest the rainy rumors that have been 0, getting big r Would Go Long way to See Welsh and Ritchie Clash TELEPHONE MEN VICTIMS LA NIQHT ON Y.M.C.A. BOWL- ING ALLEYS second round on. In the -seventh, Marts made a rush at Kilbane, who met straight right to. the him down for the count. him iaw, with, putting circulated to tlio effect upcn tne jij. js always likely overhead and keep. on to lie would not be retained b'.causVof a.- to wns.oae of the best throwing on the fly, gigantio.hurls to Marrs is a youngster, who has.ris- en-rapidly since'be. began fighting iere a year neo. Kilhane weighed Cardiff, 0. flails, never letting up until he hid bis mah-Sthe'r bent to'the ropes or knock- d.down. was never known .A great many oungsterE him. bj! iey failed just 13 soon s tfiey-gol ranre they w.inld rap .with oneJiaftl arid begin pnuii-i ng kidneys" with the other. Such disgust a' qver, and they, should not be tolrrat- j Db at tte Arena thh He fon Vaccouver, as part of urtsmeat the Patricia. endering obedience too oo woodenly; It's) alUnght per to obey your..orders, but. if -the sole-fape of- Iht'situation sudJesl itself -lite a flafh and there isn't time jor the. manage to give brainy playe to thiok quickl enough to 'change, 'his. tactics, an adapt :thfp .to condition o aiiairs. Suppose a inAp-ifV W the plate with klt.itti iutruc- too ruuwrrlUd cunaied t Mjra Mmvt ret so big' a he-bad sec ,'_t_t'___j bnd stolen beyond, (he possibility thnllhatsman 'mtchan Under.dtho .duck-shooting 'THOUGHT it WAS: POLO yea out 133 and Marrs 122. NEWARK FOR .'SALE ChaYles Hercules Ebbets, yielding to e- demandB -that -'he "and bis Jates'depart from'-'owhenhlp in "the ewark IntemalionaV'league'club, an- cunces'lhat he sn if he can -et-his-price, which Is'JlS'.voO.-.TbiB 'the way It: "If I can oV-iin a fair' price for tbe stock ontrblled by my partners ar.d myself am" sure they consent to sell with me. .'When the'.club changed ands year I. valued the slpci ol ho club at iie present wners a :hich practically. bis bean cleared .'hat would make the. present vvalua Ion about which I .think the iub Is worth.? "Tlicre is one boxing bout I sboutd iko very jnuch to sjid J. Corbett, ex-heavyweight "chainploii ol tho world, in Montreal. "I should go a long distance to set Freddy Welsh and Willie Ritchie mil it. "Freddy Welsh is a wonderfully clever boier. He, perhaps, his it on Ritchie a little in this respect; but let roe say that Ritchie is underes- timated by many. He is a clever boxer, too, and is a great ring gen- eral. He can hit. hard, too-harder I believe, than Welsh. "Welsh, has, of course, hid more experience, but if these boys ever rceet it will be no easy matter to pick the winner. "01 course a victory ov- er Ritchie to his credit, but tbe Wil- lie Ritchie of that day, was different tiom-ibe Champion Ritchie o! today.-- V substltWr'oVlAd .Wolgasi, then weighi-' charnpion. Welsh '.was .Veil trained Ipjf.the Ibout. Ritchie wasni-t. le had "travelled, all iut any Since :htn ie improved 11" Fred if .Viil sh" i' I id tr unlor- tonate. had a bout :he JigBtieightV championship, al- .least" two. men arranged, aid iTeoncede him with the very in the world. Believe me, Wfh'h be some said Gentlem'an1 looks, just as active .as" be years :.ago. The Telephone men went dotcn tore the Business men list nlftht li V.M.C.A- Itowllne kasuo match' jij garnet to 1. The Business men tuol Uic flret gau-.e hy a margin 21 pins and tbe next by U. Tlie T ncrs'tell down, whlla their oprou: put on laore Bteom In the lost and the Wishes I. score of the M was rolled, the Telephone nlng .by 52 pina. Marshall h ndlvldual game roller with 16S. 1 cores Butlr.m Men Ross 153 W Cameron 96 1S3 Dawson........ 85 "137 Marshall 163 121 Totals 611 611 Telephone Mm Archer IBS 165 RUBS SO 124 "9 Finnegan 103 Wall v. 480 501 In the matter mistake most of us are willing-to concede th superior Industry of oiir friendi. EASTERN HOOKIY HOT "Eddie" aiattery .of BranUord O. H. A. junior 11 will likely get far as PrMton, that "will "end 'Uifir career. Georfe of the Canadle Is after a Stiatford pHyer. It Is that ftedge RanMa It the n he IB .after. -Jack MareSail. .Montreal-i: will have full charge 'of tie roiito Hociey club, this winter, will be manager, captain, and. If cessary, will alJO play point. .e. of the amataur .hockeT p" era will be'surprrtftd thiB winter w' they receive profes'B: al. Liit year anythlnj.'friii'i three Athens'and was dangled'- at: good ones, but (Ms year It be ahoiit'jiO per week. 'WHPi MARLED Clevelahdl Ohio, "bet The Naps will pass thsijjlSM training season.on the baseball, ach'ooi grounds 'of Char- ley Carr, at San Antonio, Teiai. It Is understood that all of the Naps' pitch- ers, including thoie in pasturate, will be sent to Carr'j school In February. both versions of the rules permit Iri fighting.. Straight rules givo .both boys and equal chance, and there is" lEEa liE.- don are being hugely.-! billiy oVone commltting'a foul.'a fast breaker a punch that may do him damage. Stnith', 'of Qurfito. do leading jroal getter of the N. H. A. list loafed around Ottawa for yeara aid never got a chance. Talent is aerer" appreciated jp your home town. play, or should he..think fast enou to see the whole face of affairs h; changed, and that he can-leave t ____ ..ball alone with1 theSbcst possible re- Oct. Americans in then, to over ai------- fjmi tcacWng them -follow orde-- ___ ___ _ ___ blunder aado. by.oje ot ue- j ___ ______ "may illustrated papers here; {homing a pic-1 _, Jump bici'qulckly on being ordered to lure or the >hn break, his opponent has of the. Pol. Umo tp-'gef-hJs hands np he receives the day of- the fmst game of the "Aitnouin 7inker-bas had enough world's baseball champrorshlf, under Jnan IH the .caption "Polo Is. poplijar .in i papers here; tbojing a pic-1 _some A narder a crowds the had evw AmmeJ it-mM pcssiblv; jlo grounds in Nov.- Tork on-, summer, he is on more, nan the talkative l series. The police fowled over his candidacy .for, the offic-c, IliKe nine-pins, and many-people did and.he quantity in collapsed.-' not pay for the race. L Theje are 'by'Best shooters at the traps and In the field. They aie unrivalled for 'velocity, pattern and uniformity. BALLI5> TITEand NEW EMPIRE less.Powders can he had la 'any jhcll haded In Canada. HEW FREE KICK' LA.W i IN SOCCER' I'4 CONFLICTING The dsclslod of, the ball aef.oclatlod-that, the' .they tbe quesllon kick rat has 'created, differ ence.of opinion', with .tiic IXiptbAli as- sociation, 'fnd TnUTnELtlonal Board, It be Lav? 10, so ns to provide that when a froe.klck was npponont-should-bfl al- lowed within ten yards of Uib stead of yards As. No doubt the English rules revision ralUee when they brought the mtttor forward meant It to apply :to all free kicks, hut overlooked a sentence In I.iw 7 that playeri should -rioT'iip-' proach within six yards'of tho ball a goal klf.X or corner-Vlclf. I' Hardly bad tie seiaoa openM'oi- foro the point WAI'ratted al. toUhe conflict notreen tha-two aod the Ti A. gave It ai thelr'oplnton on Septembor 1 that the alleratloa to Uw ID LAW. the "luperlor" lav, :Th4 lnstructl4ii'Wa> that should Un yirt fltar In tho cue ot all kicks', which Include (oal-klok and oom- Possibly the pewm tbgy apeak oi canillddfes as is at fff Look For Your! Amid The Heather Mixtures YOU'LL like these Scotch Tweeds? whether otript you are a descendant of Robert Brace' or.the Campbell The colors are ejects are are suitable for '.VVivvall occasions. We Jwve thesetteather Mixtures; in all McGuire ;