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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTIIBKinOE DAILY HERALD ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS Bidding High For Hotkey Players in East Coast Hockey to Commence Middle of Dec. joe Bayley is Ready For Hyland Again BOXED A Wolgast and Mandot Fought Ten Fast Rounds at New Orleans New Orleans, Nov. CHESTER jday, Xovombcr "Nublack" "NewRival" Loaded Shotshells Qood .hooters and aure shootem are Winchester "Nubltck" and "New Rival black powder loaded They are .trongly made and loaded with only standard brands of powder, .hot and Their even pat- tern and deep' ptnclration male them sure fame getters. V.u will find nothing bitter. Sold everywhere. Loot for tlle RKJ m tta They Are Uniform, Highly Satisfactory Lands. MARKETS tETHBRIDOt nedy, but has not signed It .toes any steps to bolster tip the coast j That is the challemie issueu uv not- intend to. In.fact, Jack has all icaras. At- present the clubs are j Morrice Condon .on behalf of .lo'c tlle champion s in-fighting but settled to accept an offer from complete with tbe exception ol tour i Bayley the lightweight champion oi won for the Toronto, club ..and .will pr.or.ablv players and unless the X. II. A. atl-i Canada tonieht. What Bavlcv's end unolhcial decision, play there next- winter. Fred Taylor heres to the. verbal cn'J-r-! oi the purse must be. was 'not sped- f lost 11Q tilllD in thc was tendered a contract by one ed inio with tlie Pacific Coast Lea-pied, but it is certain that his de- out his opponent, but of the Toronto tfgcnts in OttaiviSaV guc steps will be taken to the.-mands would not be exorbitant, as )v, a !m llammi'r and urday, to play in the City, hut trains from players signed up by Eas-ihe is vcrv anxious to wipe the oulv J, to for a knockout in turned it down.' tern clubs. I smirch, n" a draw can be called sucli, JIamlnt stopped the It is learned the Ottawa club is! Tlie following players have been from his record. -Xs retards n d-tc S0nn 'he snaking a big effort .to have the to date by .the British Coliim- for the bout any time after his (Mit lvny' en men game installed again. bin clubs: with O'I.eary in Prince Rupert will tile advanta, F. Patrick, Si suit Bavlcv Mandot at tim> THORPE OFFERED TO TURN FIGHTER Tom Flanagan Wants to Get Famous Carlisle Indian in Tow Toronto, Nov. Thorpe, the Carlisle football .player, is unguestion- j ably the world's greatest athlete. "I think I've got all the I can Eet out of amateur he replied when asked if he intended to turn professional when he left the Carlisle Eehodl next year. Thorpe is a wonderful baseball pitcher, and much sought by all the clubs of the major'leagues. He con- fided to the writer that .baseball was his favcrite game and that he did not care very much for football. He bad dozens ol offers from professional clubs of tbe major- leagues. He con- cluded he would naturally go to tbe eiub offering him the biggest induce- ments. He denied that he had signed with the Boston Americans, the F. Patrick, Si suit Bayley. Nichols, Ki-rr, Griffiths, Harris, Walsh. Lindsay, L. Patrick, W. Small, Bunderdale, Smith, Kowe, Poulin, MeAnliiie. Lehmann, McLean, Mc- Donald, Gardner, Mallcn, Trcherne. CALGARY HOCKEY STARS IN TRADELA-LONDE appearing absolutely unable to [atl om the champion's machine-like jab when at close quarters. Mandot pla; cd for the face and had Wolgast' nose bleeding early in (he fight. Wo resorted principally to. hod OFF FOR PETRIE The attendance was about an the receipts S2G.OOO. Calgary, Nov. may con. Vancouver, B. C., Nov. Patrick, manager oi the Vancouver COAST HOCKEY CLUBS team, announced tonicht that _- Tobin, a form-! TO PLAY IN CALIFORNIA c......, D team, and that he will report here _ Saastm Games All Three B.c on Dec. 1. The local magnate also announced j "to' ribute two hockey stars to the Birt-j lie had practically arranged to sh Columbia hockey league this fall. trade Newsy Ljlontlc to tbe Lestcr Patrick, the big mogul on the for I'ctrie. Tfcc latter Teams Being Planned by Frank Patrick Victoria, Nov. season games i for all three clubs in the Paci turned from the coast, where he had several talks with the two Patrick- boys and others connected with the world's champions, .though "they h'ld, No "ames im nn niw.r Ibeon made public. According to the I Calgarhms, the B. C. leapij is going him an offer. Tom Flanagan had a long talk with j to have a great season, as all the fans are excited over the game. The rinks are already in operation. Thorpe, and made an impression on l the Indian by offering him to turn and fight an unknown in eight months' time. Thorpe promised to consider the pro- position. If he accepts he will be bound under his contract to train in Toronto for the eight months preced- Nov. ten-round bout mg the battle. Thorpe weighs 179 between Dixie Kid, tho American col- KID FOUGHT DRAW WITH MEEKIN8 pounds right now, and is in the pink of condition. ored welterweight, and Jack at Battersea, tonight, ended in a draw.' Your money is considered on deposit until you are completely you buy We know we can please yoa. Our garments are designed right and tailored right. Correctness of style ana shape-permanency are their two greatest features, But you fcei certain that our "refund" anteeis ai good a. a bond. Every "Male Attire" dealer >tand entirely on the exciting but dangerou: plan of rushing an opponent and take a punch In order to land one. Palzer McCarthy, of the ambi tious hopes are built along those lines. None of them gives promise of lasting long as active participants in the modern arena. A glance over the pugilistic annals shows that a fighter never existed 'who depended almost entirely on bis ability to stand pun ishment and retired, without having reached the. stage where incessant beatings had worn away his stamina. Tom Sharkey- was a cas-e in point, writes George T. Pardy. Everybody knows what a tcugb piece of scrapping material the'dy tar-was when he began to shine as a championship possibility. He could assimilate punishment as rnvcred. The ability to absorb vital punches and storm his way to victory had departed forever, and he proved easy fcr Gus Ruhlin and pie for Fitz- simmons in a second meeting, when tho lanky Cornishmau stowed him away a couple of'rounds. Kid Carter will be remembered'as another determined slugger who won all his victories by dint of bull-rushing tactics and taking an a'wful grueling. Time and again Carter was apparently whipped to a standstill, but at the crucial moment, groggy, bleed- ing, and almost he would come through with one terrific punch to an opponent's jaw, and tbe other chap sat down for the full count Instead of th0 battered Kid. fint a