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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD Edison Phonographs agents We are sole for these goods in Lethbridge and carry a full line of machines, ,bqtli two and four minute records: CANADIAN PRICES ON PHONOGRAPHS Gem .................I16.5C Gem Combination Standard Standard Combination Home Combination Triumph The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. Monday, .November LATEST NEWS PHONE 1Q3t ROUND ENGLISH FOOTBALL London, ISTov. 11, Som erset 5; Devon 13, Gloucestershire X-orKsnire 35., Durham 5; Swansea fontypool 0: Devonport- 27, Penygraig 0; Edinborough University 22, Clifton 3; Heath 28, Pontypridd 0; Newport COAST LEAGUE OPENS EARLY San Francisco, Nov. season t of the Pacific Coast Baseball league' or 1911 will open on March 28. This was decided tonight at the meeting of I me league directors at the San Fran- cis hotel. The Portland team will face j Los Angeles in the southern city, Ver- j non will play San Francisco here andj Sacramento will meet Oakland at Sac-1 ramento. j Tfie umpire question was definitely j settled tonight. There will be bat] tnree umpires for next season one to a series, J. Cal Ewing was ap-j pointed by tne -directors to 'represent j tne league at all eastern "baseball con Terences. AMERICAN RUNNERS WIN THE HERALD'S LATEST VIEWS that it will be productive of any high- .class boxing is apparently out "of the question. H ugh Mela tosh's action in offering: a number "'of the. best American boxers liberal inducements -to come-here 'this fall for bouts under his management is taken as indicating that he has real- ized the hopefulness of attempting to count only .upon native Britishers for his shows.' English fight like- those in every other section of the world, prefer, seeing heavy men to light ones in action, in the bantam, feather and light weight divisions Eng- land has Jo Diger Stanley, Jem DriscoU and Freddie Welsh a, trio that 'can hold its" own against any men of their weight. But in the heav- ier divisions England is not so well off. Young Joseph, the welter-weight cham- Pfoa at 147 pounds, is far from., a top England, Nov. Botcher, while Torn Thomas, the hold- repeated itself with a vengeance at >er Ol the middle-weight belt; is nefth- Newmarket, when, not only did Christ- er a Baiy Papke nor a Langford. mas "Daisy win the Cambridgeshire has had all of his big suc- stakes, as in. 1909, but M.ustapha. who c_esses Araericaii borers, and has finished second -to. Chvistmas Daisy, littlc they are better. drawing "cards than the OLD COUNTRY SPORT GOSSIP was again piloted into .second by Jock- ey Danny Maher.. Only once before in the en: ire H) years' running of the stake has tlie same horse won it on consecutive years, and certainly it is unprecedented 'thiit; the same horses should twice-run one, two in. any.Eng- lish stake of-importance. To the big" delegation "of Americans average British boxer.' "It seems only a, question of time, when some wealthy yachtsman will coine along and build a.new yachi that shall, have soine .hope of-; defending i England's itame such American craft as the -Westward, IRISH FOOTBALL. Dublin, JSTov.. League foor- bali games played Saturday resulted as follows: Bohemians 0, Glentoran 1: Belfast Yort Nor. Amertam team Qf Hans Hoimer and William raced here so successfully sua> at Newmarket to running With the recent'close "of the of the stake it a -big disappoint- yachting- season all of the sporting ment that Harry Payne. Whitney's Journals'havfe made their .reviews of three-year-old Whisk .Broom, that "the-sea-son, and they have certainly, McGlLL DEFEATS OTTAWA to Montreal. the 1 piled up seventeen jTrainer sentUo -the. post fu of one the Westward ev- Momreai, Nov. College in the second Quarter-the- Tigers jUttaW did not able to finish creuit-ior ner saowing., une Eng- in0 than As pre- journal asserts that Herreshoff, conditions weie exacur; dieted in .this week -before ;tlle' Westward's is aim IYllllaJUU i Queal won the 20-mile international iP SS easy McGill j three points on .rouges and..then ing., tie line. n-ere exacur rootrace tonight at the Madison Square Z the winning by a over the line 'for a try, ending reversed .in the fourth and final" quar- ueitic 3, Clirtonvilie 0; Xinfield. 6 biieibounie 1; Berry Celtic 1. pistil- at ever WOR LD tie'-great- series Jack demonstrated..that he is -en- to such 'a place in classic .-dia- fame as Christy Mathewsoa or Bafee Adams. "Big Six" won the 'world's title-for the Giants in 1905. 'and. Warden in the world's record time of Qne hour 29 minutes 47 seconds: four minutes 23 4-5 seconds better than the previous mark. The of Fred 3 score of 20 to 0. The game was play: j cne half ten to- two for ,the Tigers. In ed' in a steady rainfall and tlie ground was a sea of mud. Tais made running I jcatcJtung- and passing1 and. as a result the g and full of misplays. was second.and the Swedish team of T -r-u- .-._ kad a.looK in and were (justav J. Landstrom .and John Svan-'.J bors: was third. 'LUe HARVARD RUNNERS BEAT YALE in'to 'oest of condition. At any rate they; were imable to get the ball out of tneir went ters. The Ottawas added steadily-to quarter a dead line kick tneir score and the Argonauts accom- gave Montreal an early 'Thsjpllshed Nothing. TWO rou-es and a very uncertain, got a rojigo and'ti-en. a jdrapjtpuetidown for Ottawa ragged raised Montreal's score three] twenty to. eighteen for Ottawa never Points; the third' quarter ending eleven I tnen' still .till Whisk Broom started the favorite in tionably the greatest designer in the the field of 21, and :although world has. ever big ponces- running nicely, wasn't, quite up to English yachts- reaching whom, by. the older' houses, ooth of six for the'Tigers. The back strong in the last quarter, bams weat hi rouges antr a another opines that tne is absolutely unbeatable and any nationality I ever seen in 'English, waters. been nothing half-hearted in Eng- -tsrookttne. Nov. cross-country runners-, defeated Yale today over a six-mile course. The race was ran during a heavy rainstorm, captain Jacques of the crimson came U.O.A a. ti Luuuiiuuwn jme eir own. territory and in the score. K. Then they bucked .over j claim. time was up when the to pieces. The McGill backs a try. it was not touchdown was made and will lfj Tf "3 J t fl rt n 1 rt L-1 i" _ _ '____t T AJ.t4-AJ.AJ.CCti LCvi 111 JCiliK" dro-> kick imfcmolthP rfarir r -two-.vear-olds owned by ODSeryations .upon this C.o.er has S. punted Ottawa's back division and line-quickly brought-the score [test. wlngs proved to be .stronger and fast- JUP to a; rouge added another j-' At quarter time McGill's score !Poi2t and ended the game, was seven; at half time it was eight; and third, quarter ten. i out of last year's-honors. .The Giants-'expect to get :some em- blem ,of their, new title from .the com- as the Cubs did last fall when jthey won the Chicago City champion- ship from the Sox.- They woaH pre-1 ,-fer. the gift to each player to take "the tbrm of a watch fob. The commis- sion stands the expense of these em-1 biems, which cost about-11-000. >rdl His time was Crimson runners captured the first .tares places, while the leading "STaie runners finished fourth, fifth and sixtn. TIGERS SWAMPED MONTREAL Hamilton, Nov. OTTAWA BEAT .ARGONAUTS Ottawa, Nov. Argonauts of Toronto went down before the.Ottawaa In the -return'..- match, played on Lans-- the huge score piled up Park.'in drizzle.-by on Saturday by the Tigers ,in of twenty-three to game with Montreal. One'minute af- j Argonauts' won the-toss and chose-co :er plar -began .Montreal had a point; kick against the wind-in the-first half .VARSITY ARE CHAMPIONS Toronto, Nov. football team made sure of the intercollegiate championship Saturday by defeatins tour nn n nine.. retired from' further racing in runner.in Clopftern is .unquestionably, for any distance up to five the two-year old in Ireland. A'very high opinion of Clonbern is held, by the owner of Glencairn, who to feel that the-son of Clonmel has a to re- schooner; peat Orby's Derby''triumph of 1907. ABE ATTELL HAS GRUDGE AGAINST WHITE FAMILY Jim Corbett Attell, featherweighf champion. After a successful year as left'field-[ er for the Naps. John G. turned to Ms home. St Thomas, On-t, -wiiere he was received with- great pre- paration. There was a. .procession, in which, were four. automobiles, bearing the aldermen and board of education and the City Base- ball league. A ianquet concluded the ceremonies. immediately they made an- wnich leading Dy "Then after a "great "battle tne. a score of eTev-err-to-three. bafl- TJGERS AND BRONCHOS. secured, one'pn Simpson's hrii- tnird quarter the lost ground was more ...jo. tuE iyst giuaua was more 11 BOWL TONIGHT puilts iad the tnaii made up Argonauts. wnc'tg game were somewhat weak on catching .and were fooled time and time VarsityJsVtrick" pjaysl-Jri -lact, tne combination- was so tnorough and bewildering .that tlie evidently has a grudge a'gaihst the UL J.KV.. j White family. Only a couple of weeks. eld twentJr-j The colt has extreme, speed beyoead-the ;ago handed Frankie. a.-gocd. ten- put-up strong shadow of a'doubt; but his stamina-, has round-beating and- the-other day he snme-nrh-j. yet to be established in the eyes of'the tackled another member of the clar public. named Jack, una from all accounts the better of' the milling. I-l -believe As, everybody would be the there, is another little boxer of the ing for it the Varsity men made theu Tonigiit at eight-o'clock the Tigers and. Bronchos, the tail- of. the City Bowling -League, come together "in a series ot three games. 'Both are determined to win, and -balls just re- ceived hy the Arcade there should be some good scores. San Francisco, Nov. the im- jmons in his days ever kept timely taking off of Stanley Ketchel ian opponent guessing the way Ketchel. the fighting game loses its most pic- turesque character. The pity of it is -T T T 1 -1 -f -J.' 'x, J. did. With his swaying twisting mo-? tion.. his undulating shoulders and his MAJESTIC THEATRE HARRY CLEVELAND.. Manager. SAMUEL GRIFFITH, Owner. TO-NIGHT [iss Verna Felton CLUU. XLiO ;rom the present outlook of things, jfeet almost was no tell- Ketchel at the -rime of the tragedy ing -srnich side the "fearful" shift was jwas about to enter into the simple life jeoming from, and .when it landed it jin earnest and endeavor to atone to i was certainly a deadening smash Ihimself for the inroads he had made If Ketchel had only conserved his Ion his wonderful constitution by .rorce and .g iless living. ,soa to belisve would taTe be_ i If a letter received from Ketchel not j come not only the'hope of the white {long before his death can be taken as jrace, but its reliance in the mainten- earnest declaration of his intea- jtions he proposed ,to devote himself 11 to the -lumber business, and to That ance of pugilistic supremacy. A gamer lad never peeled over a love. Many of the men who haTe at xucu. vviiu -i-tial to boxers with toat monicker.' solutely no form'.fo-indicate champion-J Abe AttelT Hard" Worker -ship "The -bouts' at Wonder-, Attell-is a champion who Believes "in along practically the same working-and enjoy% for resulted in" only. j piciring out easy marks. There is ona ..j. In action at present the we -must, credit'for, National Sporting-Club has exactly re- though, and that is that he-does'more versed its attitiide of a month ago In oxing than talking aad manages to the leaders -said- that until 'ep liusy all the time. -He is'niot av- time as some really promising to giving away weight, either, to the field a match, -in fact, a day the Lord'Lonsdale. championship belt si.at-e he met a man who is not for heavies would :be-held "in obey- co.'widered heavier. ance. Now, however. Mr. 'Bettinson T V and Lord Lonsdale have taken it upon to select accumu- of second and third rate English all-clamoring- for recognition, I the best and pit these hungs of the ladder of fame, and I each otler, with the winner of have no doubt it was the same far back in the misty past the finals to be awarded the The series will'be decided sometime-in De- Many a gladiator was spoiled whea ought to mtimmfl than aay continued successes enabled him to afford amateur bouts and _ 'V ILAC4.U JUC a swum in the oig tree country he Jng for the excitement it afforded him. SSam' If -er came that he was suspect- land fighting the very best. The Allen Players Presenting a new ed of avoiding a prospective opponent lead the life of a dandy. Acquaint- jever PreseBled Alhanibra. But own ance with the fleshpots and wine flag- ons converted him into a thoughful in- different with '-champions in son ie of the other classes, Jack John- son, the recognized leader of the heavy weiz tfets, is not bothering his head abou t his profession and has 210 appe- tite 1 fighting at the present writing Our 1 Wolgas-t is on -the shelf, temporarily at least, and before. -breaking- his arm showed -to mix-it up in the ?Q uared circle with tibys of his meteoric. A little over three years failing that he had tasted the delights j'ago the youngster was unknown, which hinge upon popularity and was j While Bill Squires and Tommy Burns .averse to taking ,any chance that jwere preparing for their Fourth of i might .tumble him from his pro.udjjosi- j July contest in 1S07 Ketchel fo.und his }tion. way into California and secured a j There were others before him that match with Joe Thomas, the San Fran-'folt that- way about things when they cisco favorite. They were to box at became acquainted jwith the higher Ketchel was :cc of physical courage. a likable fellow, and CO rama en- Miss VERNA FELTON By Herbert Bashford Prices 25c, 50e and 75c on- Sale at Keel Cross Drug A Carload of Special Scenery Marysville, and when Ketchel arrived in the town mentioned, unkempt and j unshorn, some one asked. ''Who's your f j replied Ketchel. "I'm j lucky to be here myself. I He was more anxious about being) j seat to the nearest restaurant proper-1 !ly credentialed than he was abo.ut j Marysville training facilities, and it [might really be said that it was on j square meals Ketchel conditioned him- jself for the match. His confidence was intact. He wrote j me from Marysville prior to the fight, (saying naively: j "You don't know me; but I want you ito watch my career and give me a bit of a send-off if you think I deserve it'1 I Ketchel and Thomas fought on the I same day as Burns and Squires, and [when the world was ringing with; Bum's praises the wonderful showing of Novice Ketchel provided a compan- jion topic. Ketche! certainly demol- iished the California idol; and so that i [there might be no doubt about it ad-i i ministered defeat to Thomas a second'! land third time. j Ketchel's wonderful natural fighting [talents were quickly recognized. He f I was compared to Filzsimmons on ac-1 I count of his employment of the shift j pnnch, but it is doubtful if Fitzsina-! best clubs sell more of Buchanan's Than of ail othe Scotch Whiskies 323 will be remembered kindly by all who have taken an interest in the pugilistic happenings of the past few years. As a Queensberry entertainer his work stood out in such fashion that j cannot be well forgotten. It was j believed that he showed signs of paired stamina during the second of j his San Francisco- fights with Billy Papke, but even though it was claim- ed -that the lure of. the automobile boulevards and the great white ways of big cities would soon result in his downfall, he managed to sustain his reputation as a sensational slugger i right up to the last time he donned the gloves. W. Naughton. COLE WAS A BARBER D. O. ROBLIN, TORONTO SOLE CANADrA'N AGENT Cub Star Used to Ply the Scissors and j Razor Prior to jumping into baseball "Hi" j Cole was a 'shaver and incidentally he' could "cut hair a little. One" day when i he got his offer pitch baseball at j a month he repaired to the shop and told his associates Thar he was going to leave. Just then a customer ar- rived, and Cole was the only artist not busy. He climbed into the old king's chair and Cole prepared him for the operation. After he had' spread j the lather and thoroughly prepared-the face for the execution King Cole touched his patient on the shoulder and remarked, "Pardon me sir, b.ut what would you like me to use. a white jor ,a black-handled razor? You can [take the tool home as a souvenir. It's last one I'll .use." and n LL get more dowiiright wear out -of a sian B Overcoat thanyvu ever thought you -coii'd get for 18. "l; Both slnoVe and 'double w breasted in new and exclusrs re patterns, with the .tone and elegance that Fit- Reform desigi alone can give to a to McKELViE McGUIRE !e Agents for ;