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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta if Closed its biggest -turf meeting of re-1 -Cent years in a blaze of glory. As the! Bowie stakes] iras offered and drew to. the barrier probably the greatest- lot of thorough- breds that ever faced a starter in a event.' Everett, a Goldcrest; colt iii the Quincy stable, at S'to home first, but was forced the heaviest played! break "the world's record.} Si5aves off 1-5 from ia last year's Bowie by Fitzherbert -3. LEttoBTOGjE. DAILY HERALD EVERETT SETS WORLD'S MARK Cloies With Sensa tion hi .Two-Mile Event. -I I TrpT iiniro JtAIESI NEWS FLETCHEHCHEME MAKB HEADWAY Pittsburg, Nov. Park, i on the North Side, used as a Nationalf JOHNSON WINS LAW SUIT Chicago, Nov. 2._The long-standi Dispute between Johnson a former manager, George Uttle ov the ownership of a bfe diamond League ball park .years, ago; -was .yes jterday sold by ;the Ijaited 'States'Real-1 Co., to a Western capitalist acting j Johnson wears, was uded today when Little took a nonsuit S the case in the municipal ?oai? Jt Tie said he was unable to produce chief witness, who had disappeared ____of D. A. I pai-J. was j announced the new cir- include Chicago, Cleveland, j ANOTHER HOPE FAILS ;isrille, jPlttsburg, Cincinnati, St .Louis and ('possibly two other American Associa- j aon cities. It was stated the American Association, is interesred and is lend- ii'-g its'support. Several Business men save been asked to subscribe for! stock. The sale, coming on the heels of .has. aspirations to meet' Jack annouucerneijt in Chicago-; Johnson, was outgeneraled by .Hank'that he lias. S2 old league players un-1 of California Iiere tonight-in contract, indicates' that Pfrtsljurg lO-rouEd go. Griffin-knocked O'Kel-ils to have opposition ball next I down in the third round and openedj i gash-over his right eye a mo-! aent later Trtth, Grif-j. Joe Tinker, of- the Cobs, has an- -butjnounced his retirement as a shortstop weight-, .enabled 'himjH-e said he would favor the Third base To stay until the finish. bob. LATEST VIEWS JOHN D. MARSH LOST HANDICAP 'We are sole agents for these goods in ketiibiidge and cany a 'full, line of machines; both' :t wo and four minute CANADIAN" ON EDISON Medicine Nov." D. j Marsh, 'the champion' long distance j .suffered the defeat against Webb, the Grassy Lake man n a ten mile race. Monday afternoon at he 'Athletic Park, losing'by .a foot. Webb was given a.handicap of 600 ;ards, and, after the first three or four nriles held his'own'with the "champion pretty well race. Marsh was running-very easily and seemed to be able to gain on his op- ponent at his will, but appearances were evidently very deceiving. Pie left lasti-rmile to get. in' his winning spurt Webb was then leading by Gem Combination HcrnV Home- Combination .f52.00 Triumph, Comb. -The Letbbndge Sporting GoodisCa PHONE 1032 r ROUND f Great Interest Being Talcen f HARNESS RACING FOR City League Bowling Arcade Was The score for the three sets showed i the Indians 104 pins in the lead. ,The: bowling of Ellis for the and' Scarle and Long 'for'in was Tigers title set ath and S MINOR HEIR AND THE ,TER STARS OF THE 1910 Many Records Ware Broken on, the Grand Circuit This .Year, and Many Notable Parformances Recorded but Above Them Stands the Work J record.- of a Great Trotter and'a Wonderful Pacer. most j Thronged j- The Arcade failed to -accommodate jK1 !me large number on viewing the second bowling match j.of league last evening. The; j Indians, under the chieftainship of the Long 1 .143 WhiCl1 jPid warrior, Tiics. put Lou f put s to rQute a The Indians walked- off I race for 5 with.' the first tiro "and the Scarle Heat Tigers 'won. the Third' i 'tbree j 'earn it all their tted vrar.In-the first round. beatins, their i the -world's pacingi'Of SO pins.. -.Rygg's men displayed- a i Turks held jointly.. by the spirit developing' a powerful r an'd Minor Heir, the form- [stride towards the close -'of the second Ti is mile -In 7 Indians- "-15S: .....ITS .....166 Stand inn 123 14S 146 GG7 797 2215 150 113 125 150 ITS 716 ja likely shortly, up doubt, start a wrangle to the Coveted title. 'Of the set stands out most a little quicker strike and soon came abreast. He. passed him in the third; quarter when Webb spurted' and -hv TO AUSTRALIA South Africa and Rusiia Race There was quite a see-saw f short "lead-in x the a rfeV inches last and .finishing ahead ;The race ..was .particularly interest- ing towards the; close- the ..crowd went ;wild when, the'plucky Grassy 'tape in, the for it was he engaged in several 'smashing bat-j with the late lamented title-hoid-l ler. '.Quite a. nifty set of Vboysriri that} class and we ought to see some good fishting before.the thing is sifted tne Past week 32 Head of trotters hate toViNeV York for 10 of these horses tralia .six go _ .and six, j0; the iby Andrew Robertson, of the. which is [located in the State -V oqwn_.to_a final decision. TESTOFMNEf End is the" sure ------------.Pion, fruit-picker. Asa 2319 lemons-the little, fellow is !ter. 3 -'Lost 0 1 iicu, me iorm-i me ciose-ot tne second (er pacing his mile-in 1897, the latter beat, .and'cut down- the .Indians1 'lead Fair meeting jtlle Tigers :came .back 1910, s -T VO.JJ.U VV til C off their -powerful opponents and trin- jers Bronchos .3.33 000 Pretty .much Attell gained 'out "Kid" dub he gfot tied up with course, it is all.legitimate, tell, mas Football Games November College Season Boston, Nov.: j whether the new -fobtba. to stay is within three weeks' of .Next Saturday's every game, .and ''Princeton La winning (bv'a. FelfT" e-nai ,...i-.. goal, the 'is placed'iffst "in .the. Eastern Thft ks or some" other 1S at eight o'clock. HOW TO SCORE ON SPAEE BOWLING There a cent _ _____ He TVOQ the; first heat in 2.07 second in 2.08, and WWUI. Jd the Judges that if .they, would waive -9. the been many other this, season, d Minor them, 2 fast but Spare bowlin ;ame PCrt ae The ,nian who can pick UD spares right is but-one trotter niuvu compares with the Harvester. This is the black gelding Uhlan, scores -hoalways has bg a But the element of luck is so strong tener-is to have soine of .the -classy- lads; and that's- what we do; not go -picking 'up' tire ones all the time. Wonder whatever became of Oscar Gardner, the great little fighter of 10 years ago, and the boy carried a kick .like that of a indeed a sweet hitter and was'the victim of a The 2-4-5-S-10 split is not as frame-up right in this town that' rob is it looks.'" The ball strikes bed him of .the championship. Th 2 pin full and passes" between. 4 and frame-up or crooned work was whe V carrying S. No. 5 is hit thin, send-; Oscar, fought Terrible Terry. McGov inff" it" fl fll a nil nT-p-lu rt J. _.._ under commission is see- whether "tHe pres-i or-needs'.more f k-.toward tHe oldf" Boston, ._ heading teams' asainst -modiffcaSeii .to a and The Man Who Picks Up flie Splits is the One to Get Big Scores-rSomc of the Combinations is the side of the great ,the proper it 9 the miles ed agreed'that the rule's Commit-, are: JSslon rmcl: will-make 'only minor 'nWifica-jJfaimer; Kramer year. In the work of East- Bros.- -'DemaH1- lions "year. ern Kr-nc8t goal up to date Hansard "aid at the head '.with their' a -Stiin six ;and' Lawrence; 'Heibr -pejaara1 Williams; ing it across the alley, picking up 10. No. 5. The 3-6-8-10 split is simple. tu a iisi [2 on the -estrcme left the -nin of al the splits for they are so dif- and gets the 6, .9 and whil the ferent mat hunareds of -combinations j ball carries 4 and 7 pins are possible. No 7 Thf "-i A f The most common split is the 5-10, i than'it appears.'The baifhits fumiiar to every bowler or spectator .'fifth full and 2 comes and get' 5 I To pick it up the .ball is sent down! 10 iei- J. anu 'the alley to strike the 5 pin and the! The railroad split'as bal dcfleeted enough to the right to known has beJmad" 4on JUe occasions. To make it ball fonows21110116" SP3US are UPiCUt lhe pin so it distance so that none of the other i.' "Luel Ujiica. gglQing Uhlan Trsrl r11Q is SU Strong siuiners TXO'Jld be shur ho i. a_u i i uy iwiii 0.1. LUC cinh 11 j long chance indeed. The ball hits No impossible to give a list on the .estromft tha It was, if memory serves correctly ;in the first round 'of the fight; when Oscar uncorked a' haymaker that caught the Terrible One right on the point of the jaw and .upset an apple cart. McGovern was dead !to the world, but here is where the crooked work came in. 'The proceeded to push Gardner away pleadingly before "starting the count over the prostrate McG-ox-em. "One, started the official. "Step back, Gardner, do you hear? Three four Gardner, step back." This i until McGovern pulled him r' and managed to get to holding on to Gardner like grim No. 3. The 5-7-9 split ball strikes 5 pin lightly, sending the pin against 7 while the ball gets 9. No. 2. The 4-7-9-10 split' is difficult. The ball strikes 4 lightly on the left side, cau'sing the pin to carom and pick .up 9 and !0. the ball carrying 7 No. 3. The 3-5-9-10 split is also diffi- icult. The ball must hit the 3 pin just full enough so the pin will strike 5 at across the alley and gets the 5 and 10 pins, while the ball picks up No. 7. Like billiards, the possibilities of bowling are unlimited. A ball which strikes seemingly perfect leaves queer formations at times and causes won- der that such a thing is possible. Strikes are easier to get than difficult spares and the man who' can go through an evening picking up spares is the finished bowler. BILLY ALLEK WILL MEET O'TOOLE XOTEMBER 12 4.T A Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 29.-Lest there Iterest deciding match in. be any to his training and [delphia; .where, in their.-two previous weight. Billy Allen, the Canadian Alleri'has'earned-a decision, therweight champion, arrived in Sy and-in "tie what the .pa- Tuesday and started this i nome, announced that morning to get into the best .possible j be refused to box on the grour.'d that condition for the matches which win i Allen was too clever a boy to make it be arranged for him this winter. Hejsafe for anyone.-'to1 tfve him four be assisted by his brother, Collie !pounds- the boxing fans who had Alien, a ugaiweiglit who is said to be isesn him agreed with OToole {even cleverer with the gloves than1 j Billy, and the first bout he was ex-i to take on was with Patsy' i Kline, of Newark or-Yankee Schwartz of Philadelphia, at 124 pounds at 6 was all. Gardner had shot his bolt, ana McGovern, strong as a young bull, won in the third round. Oscar Gardner is never heard of now, a great little fighter in his >n the been champion. There was intense grief here over the severe trouncing handed out to the >y the Athletics. cried because the 1 to win one game. We always will love Chicago. Can't forget IDo's. Kennedy, of the spp'ear'ai tfce Tveelv, (O'clock in Albany Wednesday night, however, a sub- stantial guarantee was wired from Philadelphia for a six-round bout, with Tommy C'Toole at 124 pounds at C o'clock on Nov. 12. and Allen at once accepted. The unsatisfactory of trying to bring the boys together in city is creating a great'deal of in- a bout, a promoter kas agreed to bring about" a between him and champion Attell. some time about the holi- .__ as AHon's acceptance, of the offer year before securin to-box Attell at Kansas City has never actors they were brought out a reply from j it is-well known, is not picking any hard ones just now. and Poor old drama. Now they've got "Christy Mathewson, the baseball hero and his catcher. "Chief" Meyers, in the' grueling task of elevating the stage Seems that Mike Donlin batted about ,3SO in the Stage League last year, and years ago old "Cap" Anson worked a 'his Combinatioii Coat FOR FALL AND WINTER f NoKamess or h No freak, but a high grade gar- ment of utility, f Made in all', classes of materials and suitable for alt seasons. 1 Prices to Brown is kid. Fi like ninepins. Good boy, though he is being over- THE BENTLEY Shop x-Lethbridge ;