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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pagwft THE LTET1TBRIIM3E DAILY lHCERAljD_ Friday.-November RINCETON AND HARVARD BILLED TO CHINA COCK AN OUTSIDER .LIFT- ED THE LIVERPOOL CUP AT 20 TO 1 London, Nov. Liverpool lo- 'taj, the Liverpool Auvusn cup, 1375 pounds, one mile and Ihiec iurlonrs, vas von by an outsider, N'elte's three-year-old chtstmit colt China Cocl, br Sa3toi-Hic.Ii Kfathrr. Tbe winner at 10 to 1. R. C. thief-ytar-oid OsEe'.p, the ftcond tavoriif, vua second 9 to 2, -shd P. K- Hcvburt's seven-year-old horse Jloscato, 10 to 1, was third. ,Thc firii numbered tbirtefa, the also rans including Subterranean, the fav- orite, 4 to 1; Cteerful and Santaif IP to Scotp Saint, Bache- lors" Weddint, Witaura, I'ltimus, Lady' Galslte, Sands of time and Candy GYMNASTICS IN AERODROME Versailles, France, Xor. CrejTuUiu. a French avtator, today imitated tte Emple set by Adolph Pesosid, and Sew the- Aerodrome here In hit 'bSptsne held down- wards. He also performed other tests ot aerlnl acrobat- ics. CHEERING NEWS TO "MATTY" SummlcE up the complete status from press dispatches, vf find Inat -McGraV lias about decided to Eft lid of every inember of his club, with tbe c-jsceptioa of Mithetveon. This should be cheering DEWS to Mathewspu, who have an even chance to VVIQ in Jiis nest world's series start. In bis jast five world's series farms, Matty allowed one. earned run- Yet from .the ire he has garnered but one rictorjyand he won that with his own wallop. BEN MORE WAS NOT ELIGIBLE TO ENTER THE RACE Edmonton. Alta.. Xor. the de- cision ot Justice. Heck in the Supreme Court. Cyclone, the three-year-old colt, owned, -bred and trained by Walter Syorle, Edmonton, is declared tbe winter of tho 391S-Edmonton Derby, which was run at Ihe Edmonton Ex- hibition in August. The case arose out of the q'uesHon of tbe eligibility Den More, orrned by J. C. Br'rm- ner.i Edmonton. Ben ilore won, Cy- clone and Cytaman, both Sporle colts, being second and' third. Sporle alleg- ed thai Bsn More hid been trained in which was.contrary to one of the rules of the race. TTie costs of the and were alio grant- ed plaintiff.' TAKES MORE THAN BEEF TO- MAKE A SUCCESSFUL tPRIZE-FIGHTER {By Jas. J. CorfeetU A story cornea from Teias of a soldier whose imbitiim is to befoae heavyweight champion, and belief that ho will a tighter Is based solely on his enormous height, weight an-1 strength. The young man standt something like 6 [cet 1Q inches in his TrllMas, weighs 290 pounds, and answers to the name ot "Tiny" Valllancourt. Slacked alongside ol such pygmies as Carl Morris, with his 6 feet 4. and Jess Wttlard's i feet C ot ana iauscle, 'Tiny" would look like a reguUr man. The discovery of this latest giant aspirant for prize-ring honors 'recalls the epidemic of big fellows th'at followed tlie "downfall" ot tho white race, as the scribes phased U when Jack Johnson trimmed Jim Jeffries. At the time !t was ihe popular belief that It would tnke a plant to retrieve our lost honors, and the response to the national call for volunteers was little short of aston- ishing. Men who had never seen a boxing glove, but who could boast several tundrrrl pounds ot beef to their bones and more than average strength in were Imbued with the idea that they were tno ones best filled jy nature to lick Ihe negro. What became o! tbet vast army ot fighters is a question. Of tbe'enllre crop only Carl Morris remains, and he has made good lo a certain eitenL Recent developments In the ring have convinced tho public, however, thai It takes more than bulk to make a successful pugilist- Many men blessed with marvelous physical advantages have been tried and fuund There is an old saying of tho ring that a good big man can always lick a good little man. but It's equally true that a good litlla man can best a bad -big man. The lave seen this illuslraled in local rlngi frequently during the past year. The pectacle of "Gunboat" Smith, for instance, lamming men outweighing Win >y 40 or 50 pounds all around the ring is a sight tending lo put bult Ht a KELLY MUST FIGHT OH 00 TO JAIL BOXING GAME WILL BE REVIVED. IN MONTREAL. Montreal. Nor. GA-Boing is to bE --revived in }l on treat at an George Kennedy, ol the Cacadien Atb. Utic Club, left for N'ew York yester- day to sign up a number of the prom- inent mitt'njea td.take part in tbe ten- round contests before this club. .The held on Nov. 21. Chicago, Nov. kelley, Chicago, welterweight fighter, started .mil to look for ooutl today, spurred on by. Ihs order of Judge Uhlir.lo "fight or go to Jail." whose real name'is Frank Mallotiil, complained that the "pick in's" were so -poor in ihe fight game lie could not support his wife. The court suggested that he change enough wallops to pay his wife fG E week. A Good Blue Suit is a Real Nec- essity to Every Man's Wardrobe You Know the Real Value of a Good Blue Suit It is permissible anywhere, at any.time, except, of course, formal functions. 'Looks well morning, nofm and night and carries with it a rich conservaliveness that no other color Our stock of blues comprise every wanted material in colors that arc guaranteed. All sizes, for short, stout, ihin and corpulent men. H is rumored ihat the Hosing Com-! miasloners are to take up the Ques-, ion of decisions by referees at their nest meeting. It is.hish time. If tha members of that board tare.the .best merest of th? sport at heart, and I ;eliere they har'e.'a resolution in fav- or of decisions will be forthcoming without unnecessary delay.; Decisions will please everybody in- -promoters; and box- ers. Until such lime as decisions are given by and capable re- forees Jhere is bound to be diisaUs- faclion all around. As it Is now, the selection of winners and losers rests with the newspaper some of these gentlemen have had no eiperi- In the game outside of coVering occasional bouts for their papers. man who has followed boxing in one capacity or another for yeirs .may at- tend a boxing match in which to his experienced eye .one of the contest- ants is au easy winner oa points. Im agiue his surpriss when he picks u] the paper the nest day lo learn that according lo the Judgment of some youngstor' of exceedingly limited, ex perience in ''covering'', bouts, and ni practical experience at all, the othe man is the "winner." I am not trying to knock the news paper men at all. They are my rery good friends in most.cases, yuile a few of the local press inen. fcriow the game and seldom mate mistakes _ whe.n it_ cornea to --judging are probabjy doing the best they can ail. the time. BUt In this big city, where there are ENGAGE IN RUGBY BATTLE TOMORROW Keiv tVork, Nov. i me of'the so-calle-i easUru foot bill championship "win bo played at Prluce-1 on, N, J-, on Saturdiy when Iftvens of Harvird and 1'rlnceton urii- mett in their annual conbat. This will be tbe ittk contest the.tetmR ot tbe two iusUtuUous since 471, .wheb the CrimEon Irst inlncled on the .Jootball Held. Therd has been a number ot br'oahs Jn bese series between Princeton and Hirvird, and at present the. score stands, Princeton, 13 victories and 4 defeats; Harvard, 4 Victories anil 13 defeats. Opening with two games in S77, the colleges played annual games until 1SS9. In 1S9G the series was re- newed and continued for two years, and was then abandoned until the autumn of 1911. Since the play lias ueen conttauous so Ibat next game riar he considered the third of the present cycle.. Judging from the "form displayed by tbe two elevens wblcii arc lo clash la the'most' important 'game of tho east this week, Harvard should be a slight favorite, but Princeton' adher- etKs point lo the peculiar fact that the Crimson ,has not defeated the Orange and Black on tbe Tigers' borne field in roanj- years. Aa a result a tradition has sprung up fn Princeton to the effect that Harvard canuot win from Princeton at Princeton any more than It can defeat Yale in tbe Cambridge stadium. The CrlaiBDu cohorts hope to shatter tnesb traditions this year, but should tho Tigers win on Saturday fallb in tho ability of llarvard to de 'Mt Vale lu the coming game at Cam >rldgo. will receive a severe cctbacV, of the long haul, which was offse TIGERS HAVE WON BIGGER PERCENTAGE OF GAMES'. .THAN HARVARD. r So far as football pioneer actlv- ty and traditions are concerned, rlnceton has a decided advantage over Harvard, for the Tigers were on the gridiron leveral years ahead of the Grim ion, and have made (ootbill history which needs no ap ology when compared with that ol Harvard, now carefully guarded In tones at Cambridge, Prince- tern footbaCI dates back to 1859, when aided by Rutgers, the Tig put American Intercollegiate foot- ball In the category of United ei college For more than 44 Princeton his played foot- ball each iea'so'h, and the total number of games Into surpris- ing figures. .Her record to date shows 347 games, of which 300 have been won, 35 lost and 12 tied. Har- vard inaugurated football at Cam brldgeitn 1874, and to date has play ed exactly the tame numfatr' o gaJmes as Princeton, but notVwHh the same success. Of the 347 games 2Ji have been won, 47 Ion and 9 YOU ARE NOT LIMITED TO ONE STYLE .when you come hero for a new tile. carry all tiio accepted brims, colors, etc. Doth in and stiff lials wo have H variety that will euablo any man to a ecu re a hat to bis taete. Colors alt guaranteed, of course. as guarantee "our Semi Ready Store S. C. BATEMAN Empress Block FJflh Street FOR SALE Pool Tables SECOND HAND, AS GOOD A6 NEW. WILL BE SOLO VERY CHEAP. SEE R. W.Wallace AT THE.ARCADE Ualtimore, Nor. world's re- cord for a steeple chase of two was made today at Pj'mlico race track by the AVelkln, 1GO pounds on her back. The WelWii ia' ten years olJ. and is owned'by Col, Hal Parr, of Baltimore. MEHEGAN ONCE MORE AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION. Aus., Mehogan regained tbe tosJng cuanip- ionship of Australia yesterday by de- aECore or more of holloE clubs in'f nil; f eating .Matt Wells of. Ensland blast, some other mt-thod of'ipasslng' judgment on bduts im- perative, and tie only solution'lies ia ciotbisg tha regulady appointed re- ferees with to render de- cisions. S YOKEL SHOWED HIS CHAMPIONSHIP CL46S Joe Carr Went Down Btfore Hiddle- weight Wrestling King Minneapolis Minneapolis; Nor. Yokel, champion, wrestler, suc- cc-ssfully defended his title.last night in the match with Joe Carr, ol Min- neapolis. The men fought for cue hour 22 minutes and 2 seconds for the first fall Xear the expiration of worked Carr into a dangerous ham- and finally adding 'a." half- nelson, .pressed his sbonlders to the mat In the second fall, Yokel secured a decisive hold early in the mixtip, and Carr went down lo means of. a reverse double nelson. Yokel showed little variety of at- tack, but seemed throughout. immensely strong 'INCHER CREEK P.REPARE FQR HOCKEY 'SEASON Plncher Creek, Sfo'iy pre- parations are beins made by hockey enthusiasts, and a mfeln? was held on Friday night for organization piir- The officers elected follows: President, M. vice-president. on decision on th'e 20-ro'Jrid was hookd by the ringside, but Wells (old tht> crowd that tho twttei man had won. Potllanus was the' winning horse in the' Melbourne icup competition at Flemibpton racecourse today; Beloved was second, while Uiras tsle won place. 'f. ATHLiTIC'S SHORTSTOP IS GIVEN BIG BANQUET. i Worcester, Mass., Kov. 6. Wor- cester fans, the old BrocMield band from Connie Mack's hotne town, and in the national tary-Trcasurer, E. 0. tucker; lanquet last night 'la ci. V. j 1 ing committee, E. C. Fowler, shortstop of the rhlladeV V "-r nhta nntf tr.akpB DonalQ, H. Purfcis; manageT, Dr, J, J. vma OllJespie, The various clubs 'borae In DOW inakes his are to be corresponded with 'up anfl' down the line, and thevrink. managers interviewed to arnmg? "for and games, etc. i WHIST LEAGUE TONIGHT About 350 attended the banquet, Barry was presented with a. bronze clock, also a silver loving cup tfiree feet high, Atnons baseball men pres- ent were Connie Mack and Mclnnls of the Athletics, Umpire Tom Con nollr, was .an. Umpire In tlie The Whist .lb meet tonkin in the Club room, S.O.E.'hall at eight o'clock. All teams arS requested1 to have 'their men on hind. Shirp on time, as it is intendsd'to gsl the full league started on schedule together. Good Blue Suits at a Reduction I The Royal Store 512 3rd Ave S. 'The Results Pur Busi- ness Depend Upon the Bargains We Wool Underwear, at 81ioes at........... SI, 25 S2.50 Pure Wool from, Winter C'ap.s, nl.......... Hats from (o Ovcrconls nt, Fur Collar Ovorcoats at- You can rest assured th the lowest, and our quality "n S 15.00 ;tt- rmr arc- on a par with the Lethbridge A. N. W ith STREET SOUTH The' LETMBRIpGE CHAMPIONSHIP VACANT KOT. a meeting of [he International Uuxing union Paris tonight the world's heavy weight championship was declared va cant 6n tho grounds ol Jack John ion's conviction in the Atnetican courts anil his repeated refusal t ight. Delegates from the Unitct "StatM, Switzerland and France- wCJC present, and tlie action talcn had the approval ol the Kn'g- "ish sccficn ol the union. Smoke Satisiactiori- is absolutely assured smokers who insist on having those free-burning, subtly smooth cigars known as OPS Perfectly cured Havana leaf, coupled with ihe beil wprlmaiisfiip, are the two important essentials o{ smoke satisfaction bolh arc embodied fully in Webster's- Clear Havanas. We made hc.avy .purcliaso of the exceptional' 1912 Cuban crop, to con- Itnufd satisfac- tion lo itt of ihtH high- gride cigau. COOPER TO GET HIS PAY Cincinnati, Nov. National commission tcdar upheld tlu lm of Player A. W. Cooper (or alleged to he duo him