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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTIXJE DAILY HERALD i! i I fil I Saturday, November S, 1013 AMERICA vs. ENGLAND FOR THE BILLIARD TITLE New York, Nov. In- LAVIOLETTE WOULD champion of Knjllsh billiards, and Willie-lIopjW, world's champion at balk-line billiards, have sijied ail I to play 3 mafctes, each of ose week's duration. Tee games wll] iaVc place in York, Chicago and a Canadian city, ABLE TO PATRICKS IN EX. CHANGE FOR LALONDE Vancouver, Nov. letter his been received by a well-known Mont-1 pjjjjUy real wan, interested in hortev. firrt milch to played in YntA .Vatricl, rejardinj the Laloade jXewYoik the litter part ci Septem- UNANIMOUS AGAINST CHANGE IN WORLD'S CHANGES IN RULES Each game will bjslS.COD points, at a and at 18.3 balklicf, and will be lor Jl.OOO a side or more. The total number of points decide the j stakes. The gale receipts will be di-' vided 65 per cent, io the winner and 35 per cent, to the lo'sfr, Each after- noon and evening 500 poinis will be j league, in its brief annual meeting contested. yesterday, voted.unanimously against Chicago, Nov. 1. The American iir. 1'alricli, It appears, is anxious ialeri sl to secure Jack Laviolelte of the Can-' adirns in ;i trade foi l.alonde Mr. IMirici has insuucled his friend lo see.thc Canadian management re- Kard'.ni such a deal. Interviewed regarding the matter I this iiiominj, the manajer pi the FIHST DIVISION'. Aston Villa Blacihutn Hovers V. Uiadicrd'-City 1, West HromVich 0.. Boitcn Weiidfrers Dtrby .Cpunty, 3, Boitcn We iiormng, club said I "While 1- understand ihe 1'auicksj are after l.jviotttte hveEchange for j results of scheduled l.alonde, there will be absolutely r.othing doing. 1 would not trade! James plavid-.'.iofcv Jack l.avioie'Ue for tte entire Van- Infihj'jjjst' med'.ioui eonvrr team. There are sorr.e other plsvers that I would trade, for l.s- londe, however. I am not doin? any- thing in the Laloode cast- Newsy is on all. the. .him- idf.' "Another gentleman In the confi- dence of the Patricks states thai Patrick announces that unless he gets a man id trade that suits him'it uill he Lalpnile for lhe Coast or war. "The.CaBadifns want "to'get'rid of yilrie who they, consider a bad actor Jieie. has been, linoirn for a long tiici, and it'e.ms io .the 'effect that he would go to.tte CoasT in- stead of Laloa3e found. their way fo various papers since the clcs; of. ihe sea'ioB list year; apparently In. an attempt'to' influence such a irade. in" nuch ol Pitrie's caprices that they are. dot at'att ansibus to get Hm- Mr. Kennedy had not better p'-ah the Palricis too far. Joe Gor- man has btfi here" as a represeata- t ire pi the Patrick's, and he has quleiiy. investigating the local situa- tion." In each city the first days of the proposal to.siibj.mule a' general !ber '1914 the second about a nioath 'each week will be devoted to play OBI inter-league series for 'the worm s the third in Januarv, 1915. leiiher an KngiisVor American table, series now 'played, discussed infortu- ally the demands of the players' ied- and pronounced several ol them appointed a committee to represent it in a con- vention to. consider division o! rules. The. rneeting_disposvd.ol a number of routine the re- election 'o! Charles W. Somers., presi- dent, of ihe Cleveland club, as vice- president. A' ol.directors, consisting ol presidents oi the clubs at St. Louis, Ueiibit, Washing- ton ar.d Philadelphia was elected, these four succeeding the four presi- ol the other clubs'. No- trades were atmour-ced. and ague [cwthall ihe erouods INTERNATlbNAL FOOTBALL- London, N'or.' the first Inter- national gsme of footbalj'of sei- plajed in England. Ireland was defeated by England, by a score or 2 tbals to nil. 'INTERNATIONAL. HOCKEY "the InU'fna- t-'onil hockey match between England and Genbauy, the former were''victor5 .the long er.d of a Mo nil score, iiotspiir' 1, 'Sunclerlaiid SECOND. DIVISION'- Barnsley 2, Glossop 0. Blackpool 2, Birmingham 2. Bury 0, Clapton Orient 0. Fulham G, .-Woolwich. Arsenil'.L. Huddersfield Toivn 1, Leeds- City 1. CoTC.'- 7 Leicester Fosse 0, Xolls Couity 4. -.2.-. Bristol City 1. Xntts-Korest town I. tfolverhiaiplon'Wanderers I, Hrad- ford 0. SOUTHEHX LKAGUE Hristol Rogers 3, Gilliagham 1.' Merthjr 0, Norwich City 0. IVrstham United 1. Watford 1. 'Plymouth Argyle 0, Coventry 2. Southampton 2, Crystal Palace 2. Queen's Part Rogers 1, Read ing 0.: SvrmtJon Tov.'n 1, Northampton 1. Cardiff City Southern United 0.! Millvrall Athletic 1, Portsmouth 3. SCOTTISH LE-AGUE Slorlon, Aberdeen, 1. Airdrieonians; Haiujlton" Acadein- icals; 2. Ayr h'lilleM; Cly'de'VS: Third "Lana'ri, i. Rangers, 3: Dumbarton, 2. Falklrk. 4: Dundee, p. 1; Hearts of Midloth- ian, 3Iolhera-ell, I; Kilitarhoca-, 0., St. ilirrea, Of RiUli nbrefi, 1.' RUGBY- Manager IJIruiingham declared-his team would remain intact, thus: dis- posing or reported attempts by the Chicago W COLLAR. 2 tee X CANADIAN PACER LEADS LIST FOR AMERICA HERALD'TEAM GIVEN. SEVERE TROUNCING Toronto, Xov. the second ___r lu succession a CaaaOiau. pacer heads Iho list cf [leKorme.-i gilt lu America. This" year's' chaiu- plou, Krauk Junior, is a Ca- na.diaa. bred _hbrse, loo.MhouKU Joa Pateheu II., last year's leader. reared and :ralueU in L'nltM Slates. Frank Itosasn Jun'or waa as much In a class by himseK, BO far as pac- ing winners aro concerned, as vsa Joo Patchou 11. lu lie .its not only a strong lead In rlctories, but ha nlso ontrauks all others to the num- ber of Btftrts. This hoppled son of Frank IJogagh. ctarted at every wetting, and In four- teen starts ivaa iieror worte than, second. 'A notable feature oi hie earn- pafgn Ues In the fact that he did nut- attain his trui racing form until Chamucr of Commerce stake Veg al Detroit, in the sixth-'meet- s of lhe series. I- Notwllhatandlug Uiat rtunk BOB- aeh lost sis first moneys, ajilnet Joe Palchen's sln'sle failure to con- aect. wllh the utg end of a JlaVe in 1912. there Is only a sllsut i After atthexms the lacorr in the first schedule.Ol..lh5 Y.M.C.A. bowl- ing lilt the earth with-a.''sid thud last night: n the first gamc.'ol lhe nr-w titioa when the Business .Men gallop- ed them for (att'i'i" straight games. The was-.179. pins down on the total- The teams were- each a man shy. Rojs, wrav--high'-ihdividual, wilh 170. In'his.'third The" olher tentriE: are all pu.llinp to set the Ilerald's goat this schedule so that a post-series rall-haVe''to. be-'played to decide the championship. The scores r-- BUSINESS -HEX', hi the wlnuings of the- two? greatest earticra of Decent yearil Ro- gisa's lolnl helnj "-In addi- tion, FYank Hosash Is one'.ot lhe tlg- Iloss Marshall Mai.well Totals UC 12B 103 11? 122 US Buchanan......... Nicholson............. >icQneen...; Totals 435 HERAMJ .t. 130 137 104 413 135 124 91 SG 12) 377 gesl uioney winning geldings'on re- coi'd. 110 gelding mora FlncB Robert J. earned-ilS.OOO la isss. PUOIU8TS PARIS a'ccompanied by leariette. -Mpran.- Young. Ahearn, aud'sbrce rolnor boxeri. started for Paris recently'.' Rn'd win remain :i broad for. soy era] month i. the Impros- don that he h86 Mora'n practically matched with--Johnsob, and feels thai his hope will hrlng home the championship. There'have been BO many con- flicting stories as lo with Johupon' that lhe mailer will not be settled definitely until ths big cluck gels In.lb the ring vith some one of his by the absence of Bailey lot lyell..Cdou'gu' to pls7V hunch ol fans. The team', whiUjpos- sibly, injured by whose rib' is r.ol and'tJnrVh who is out of the in fine condition and should give Re- girca a haltle. The substitutes who will go in are as strong ns thc-rcgu the playeis' denun'ds.'.rwas. f'slrictly informal." Tlie-league; received no ficial list of Presidehl ot the_ federation, .hut a series pi ..reforms, .the players had drawn, up had been sent to every__ctuh owner by and .th'es'e .were' in in'poen discusalon. The prbpbsW the 'reserve which' defenders ro! lar players in r.earjy every .respecl, tSe io the difierer.ce in the team should he -scarcely noticeable. Regina people- are confident of.vic- tory, and according, to advices irom that burg serid out some (or them. onto- the field to play Ttegina, it will in all probability be a team soxewhat weaker than that "which faced gary. After a medical Cal- tion organized Is vital to its was decided that Captain existence, naturally found no woulli not he allowed to play ptons at the it. vras in- despite his plea that ie had recover- ed sufficiently. Ucruh, the heavy- weight policeman of the KsVimo line, President Vlce-Prestdait js out ol and not be in Somers and Manager Mick of the lhe baitic. in their places will be scmldt and Frank GotcJi boorning the' the game completely, arid irom th fame for that tie land time Loadon and, "in fact, EngUnd, o( European feXers njihed-in has been free from the taint of profes- brief spell to gala easy Had.Hackenachmidt the mischief was done. Both in Amer-j djjreated FYanh Gotch in elthtr of his ica and England the sport has suffer the gam's 'might have been ed at tie har-.d; of these Polish tept alive a while longer, b-jt the con- pions, Terrible .Gresis and vlc-torlea of "lhe Humbo'ldt I.loEt, and It long tlmfe, "if: glint kilted HacS's reputation hero, ever again; before the old pastime is and he not fulfilled any vaudeville j looked upon with a favorable eye. The contracts since. Amateur wrestling is j public waa ready to pay big money la practiced in a quiet BOTL of way in (London for a flnt olasi wrestling, ar. England but'the championship meets i aaj shown at the hrst Haekenscbinldt'.fall U> attract ajiylhlng like a crowd, Madrall match. Tho Turk had been 'and the "class of the performers Is not verj' well served by a first-class press of a very high standard. In Finland, agent, and everybody, expect those im- Ruiila, Germany and siritierUni ot mediately under the Impression that he was a prospective world ETCH alter' Ule aral fiasco, which lasted leis than a minute he Ions suffering I.oadonirn were wll- The Old Bachelor says: The old about sftv money still goes merrily en. Semi-ready Suib for men of all .for stout men and slim men we have particular designs. New mixtures arid patterns In fine English goods. When yoijt can buy Semi- freftdy Tailoring for less money fcrhy be wedded to a habit that you'can so profitably The Semi-Ready, Ston Kmpmi.llMk, ROMANCE IN THE DEATH OF MAHMOUT thtre are Dumber of wrestler5 %bo shino at Olympic meets In the Grneco-Romah style, but the-tr ama- ata-.ua is one-thai would not very close the rules will be raaieilally.changed, Stevens, Yuill, Gra- but some minor alterations may b made. The next meeting probably wi31 bb held in December. EX-FOOTBALL STAR DIES ham, Sterns, Stuart, Hagley. Deacon about satisfied lirasell that th? gamK must ho won by kicking belter than the. opposing team, and Hardisty there can ba little doubt about the strength ot that part of the; team." Hardisty is playir.g.as good a game now as hc'j Phoenixvllle, .7.-Georg8 "t.12 _ _ _.' ,r the sensation Eastern Canada- His 0 Gay, of BacWnlon Mass., former -m h Klflr nFavBr TTrslnga ,TC tremely dilficult lo judge ar.d hold. Captain Haley, who game on Sat- urday last was the hundredth ol his career, believes that with, a lew her- bandages around his body over the-broken rib will he all right but Deacon White does not want him lo play. story of the killing of Yusiff MainioXilh, the fiulgailan. who well this coyntry, by bindlts ils home In the moUDUIns of Slllitrar-. was given hiJt paealng notice >y lhe sports IQ America, there is a 'connected wJth the death of this great athlete, which U worth re- Mahmoulh was homesick from tte diy he arrived .in lelt a hehind and grleT' her continually. Finally, to rfllurn homfr, and upon his arrival VM draftetl lhe array, He xerred vlth honor, and "became sn oHfcer. of ranV o; the late war. He str.t to town lo get money to pay the soldiers, and on hU way back lo -Kit slain by [in ]le was (b have "been married serv. Ing out hfs enlistment. in America R years ago, .MjhruMtb, tarouth an toM many thTiJlifig .taks .of, how managers oi wrestlers, others ieeXIng new material In Bui- garta acil imY6 Jig .can get their men out of the country. He aaid that the best wreet- era came from the mountain districts, and whenever an athtftte'gafncd fame ihe bandilu" fay plans lo hold up tfie managera vrho' v lhe Iillls lo see the- wrestlers work. On the' way Irom the scrno of the trials the baft flits would hold up Tarty and make the managers shell out a nice bunch of coin. perience happened to nearly 'all the Bulgarian wrestlers who came to thin country, and'Antonto Pierre; who bad the honor o( bringing over more for- tlgn. w re ft Her a Uian any other relates- the gfanl of what many, visits to fiecyrc tains for fxhititlons in team, died In a hospital here ycater day from a brtXen neck, sustained in er, Besse, Bantinf, Campbell, Sul- Hatdisty, Comstock, Cullc- have Men's Overcoats from to MORRIS AND W1LLIARD MAY BOX IN GOTHAM Cjfl Can't Gtt Another Fight With Gunboat Smith, It Appears N'ew York, Nov. ..Morris, the Oklahoma and Jess Wil- prohably will mMl In a 10- rcund tiout here 2. Morris has accepted Ibc terms of- fered lor a frglil Hilly Gibson, and the been put up Wlllard. Ills arcepfar.cc is ejpctlcd. Morris hid hopes ol (tcttliif; a if.-" Jurn light Smith as his next'.argument, but when lhe Gun- maridjcr did not show an Itidi- catloii ol "coining lo .ferms, Morris inappcd up (lie oHer. s -from the don't know how much Bat Nel- of that fight with Ad, Wo! gaitjthc other night, tint we'd like to he on, to m ptr'cenl'sf'hliiVecii'ptii.'' WE have the silk.lined Overcoats and the Rough and Ready Overcoats. We have the single breasted short and the double'breasled long ones. We have piain Overcoats and fancy Overcoats. We have Overcoats with small collars and Overcoats with big'Shawl collars. In short, we have Overcoal? for every man, 'every taste, every climate, at every price from to McKelvie McGime ;