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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, November m DID YOU KNOW That our. Repair Dept. has a well deserved reputation for the most reliable Clocks are very un- certain in their action this weather and guess at the time quite .a bit If, you have a clock in your bouse suffering in that manner, let our Repair Department take it in hand and you may be sure of ob- taining satisfaction. Then again, if you have any article of'jewelry that wants 'repairing, bring it along and we will be pleased to fix i: you. Charges moderate. E.A.EWERT Round St. Oliver Block feSSfc THE HERALD'S CRUCIAL GRIDIRON GAMES IN THE STATES [Will'Soon Come Off-The CAME OFF SECOND BEST IN Princeton Tigers in the Lead Two Hornpower AnimaJ Was Match for 60 Horsepower Red DrvU When They Met 3OUT WITH AUTO: Boston. Nov. football sea- i son will close in two weeks, sev- t eral championship games No I tor nex: Saturday. The s i reached yesterday, and of the j eastern colleges Princeton is placed rttrst. The Tigers have scored lor 9S X. UTAL BOXING IN VOGUE POLICE MAKE f r i 11 cr i T> A L WORK ON RACE Stti Managers Seek to add Interest to Snort Bouts by Encouraging Rough Methods S points and their opponents none. I Although Harvard was scored upon The first dnly recorded and report-Jby yesterday power of the tight -between an automobile and a j unmson is so, manifest that good Beach A. C. The one-time idol of tmll toot place in the public road be- ttreen and Hamburg, N. Jr, -and the decision went to the arrto. -former Mayor of Brancliville crove a 60-fcorsepower "red devil. judges place the Cambridge eleven close to Princeton. v The Navy, -which has not yet been scored upon, is -given- third place, fourth and Armv fifth. _ Brooklyn, wao still maintains he is Lewis-Burke Match iaxen as Sample! by New York Press to Enlighten Public on Legal Dalliance JS'etv boxing By Ralph Thompson York, Nov. of the 105-pound champion, is j and aggressive. He put up a master- ly -bout for four rounds against young L.avigae. a clever young boxer, who did his utmost to tire the veteran. The bout was a good draw, however. clubs are killin rale's record on tie basis of points Itna- the golden egg. "the 'goose For a bull- before the encounter was! scored by her and against her is now j long time they conducted the bouts in a-two horn-power animal and greatly i ninth. She has been, defeated by West! a more or less legal manner, but of -jijsred in the neighborhood. and Brown and tied by Vander-jiate they .have tolerated, jl not en- bull spied the red auto when it was Pawing the distance away. it wafted. As the machine sped on the bull 'out. The standing of the first nine col- leges 'is: Colleges- Score Opponents lowered its head and met it with stag- .Princeton 98 Bering force, Hopkins being unable to I 'Harvard ioT ttbage the suddenness of the oasiauyht js-avy SI Tne animal was sent into the air Dartmouth........ Ill landed against a barbed wire lence. One of its lamps was put out a horn "Dnxken. off and its tonneau badly scarred. The auto escaped "with a bent mudguard. Army 6C> .Pennsylvania IT Cornell...........141 Brown Yale S3 S3 LJEAVIER Over- coats for colder weatEer. The "ARCTIC" has reversible collar, that may be or buttoned close to the throat. On the right, show "FIT-REFORM DOUBLE style for winter wear. Both 18. up. couraged, savage exhibitions Kowdies like to see blood ilow, bnt the majority or those patronizing ing prefer clean, .fast work, with a strict observance -of the rules and a minimum of punishment. The managers would do to (i i adopt rules drawing the Mne learly between boxing and fighting. They might prohibit blows struck at an op- ponent's back while in clinches. Tne 'Lewis-Burke fight is a case in point. The papers on the fact the day following the figU- One paper says :'Burke's nose was bleeding profusely. he to his corner in the eighth round. Levfis used his-left, jabbing the sailor's dam aged face and Here is another new: "Lewis beef- ed hard and while perated, fouled in turn. Burke did slip one over on Willie when he back- heeled him neatly. and .then he held with one hand an3 punched with tbe other, which isn't exactly in ac- cordance with the best Queensbsrry practice, but is generally regarded in our clubs as good enough for Txew l orK." "-Burse was a sadly -mussed up young man after the bout and his face needed repairing, especially his nose, wiuch. had served as a special target for says another. Still another report has this to say: "In the filth round Lewis purposely missed a right hook, and drawing nis crcoksd arm. back with a viscious jerk caught Burke fairly in the face with liis elbow. There was a trickle McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Asents or blood Burke's mouth. New York Fans Want Bouts'" TCe "Dixie Tighe light at the Sharkey club was not much io brag about. The kid won. Tigh comes rrom Scranton. While in the navy he won the navy championship of Cal- irornla, 'He beat Harry Mansfield and just before that he gained a- de- cision over Mike (Twin) Sullivan. Jack (Twin) announces his readi- ness to meet Sullivan and any man in tne country, regardless of size.' The fact that "Twin" is a floes not make any difference to him. He would as soon fight Al Kaufman or Jim Smith as Willie Lewis. There are a, good many New York Doxing fans wobld'Uke to sec Sul- livan pitted a. real good man in one of the local clubs. Manager U'Rourke will probably give Jack a match in the near'future. New Police Head; O. K. Men in the game are .pleased with Mayor Gaynors new First Deputy Po- lice Commissioner. C. J. Driscoll, who attended a series.; of boxing bouts ar- ranged by the Morrisiania Boat Club, at its quarters- on- South Brothers Is- land. The bouts were entirely within the law, according to "the deputy commis- sioner. and were .-varied by music fur- nished by women engaged by the club to sing. They were staged in a regulation COURSE Grand-Prix and Stock Car Races Next .Week at Savannah to Have Big i Entry List preparations are in full swing for the two big road -races to be held at ON INTERNATIONAL -n- Visited Montana Cities to Promote Organ- izaition C..' J, Eckstorm has just- returned from the States- He saw two of the world's, iaseball series in Philadelphia and tvro in Chicago. Mr. Eckstorm says the Barnes were not as interesting as rnighn be-supposed from the ;iact that 'tiie- spectators at a glance'could see ttsj.t the Cubs were ouwlassed. league furn- ished many a game j ust as good as any play-ed "in world's series" says the of the Western- Canada .League. savannah, Ga.. Nov. 11 and 12, under the Ie3ling there for an Internatbnai the auspices of the Savannah Auto- League composed oi Alberta and Mon- iUODile -Club. Since it was decided tana cities. He found ripe to. have the grand prize race run over j for the project .in Helena, and Great tne Savannah circuit instead of the Falls, while -Butte vanderbiJt cup course, as was origin- to the -intcrfeuence of that aily planned, the managers have been active, but as little time remains be- tween now and the days of the con- tests lor them to bring to a success- ful conclusion the thousand ond one details'that have-to -be met. A gang of nearly two hundred men other league" about to I ;e-formed'and known as. the Union Association, and. is after Butte to enter Its sphere- Great Falls aad. Helei-a are unani- mous for a compact Tvdth Canadian Edison Phonographs We are sole agents for these goods in Lethhridge, and carry a full line of machines, both two and four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Gem Combfnatlon' Standard Standard Combination Home Combination Triumph Comb. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Go. PHONE T032 ROUND 8T- MATHEWSON'S SALARY. FOR 1911 RAfSED TO Star Twirfer of Giants to Get High- est Salary Ever Paid to Ball Player Next Year New' Yortr. Nov. Mat- hewson's salary for next year was nounced to-day by President John T. Brush as Want star appears age, as his, salary last year ,was "00. In the post series alone- he show- ed he was well worth the money. The announcement was not-'official, but Like the to improve.' with been put to work on the course, middleweight .._ ana so rapidly is the work progressing thac there is no doubt about 'the 1S.5 mile ,-circuit "-being -in, perfect- trim on the days of the contest. Carloads oi. gravel are dumped along the road- and; this -is. being worked the roadbed with excellent results. The circuit this year will be in bet- ter snape than ever before. "With" an ideal course and the fastest cars and most famous drivers of America and Europe entered for .competition, it is easy to predict are .in danger of being terribly shat- tered. in order to get a large gang of workers on the roads that will make I rect. This is the highest salary- paid a baseball player.- _ _____ r_._ cities, Calj-'jsxry and Ed-'is accepted in baseball circles as cor- -They will refiase to nego- tiate with any otter formation and there is every prospect ib.r an Inter- national League. All It .acquires is a third city in -Montana to .join in and Mr. Eckstorm thinks that Butte will eventually come through izi favor of the International "idea. BUG BEAR KILLED AT WHITE .SALMON Battle Ended by BuHet Afftir Dogs Protect Wiling ing of Deer of lite larg- est bears ever killed in the Twin roper ring, especially constructed by the club for the occasion. "I wanted to see how such affairs were said Mr. Driscoll. "There was nothing done without the pale of the law and nothing, took place at which the most scrupulous could take offence. Everything was lie's gloves smeared it around, and i conducted in an orderly manner, with wuiie was decorated in the clinches. tJurke's beautiful white panties were splattered with rea. no suggestion of brutality." Kaufman to Fight November 11 ".Lewis was in real good shape. He was strong and oxed with excellent! Tom O'Rourke has matched Jim judgment, fresh the finish as a' Kt-ewart and Al Kaufman for Novem- the start. The only man wao H- TQ1-s is one match in which up the-circuit, the dragnet of the po-1 district, near White Sfeilmon, .lice of Savannah has been put tne Gilmer district, was by acuon, and all vagrants and profes- nunrers last Monday by Georgia. GI1- sional mendicants who have Bruin Deigned 400 pounde and convicted of vagrancy, and loitering have been rounded up and put to work. Thus, while the soeed birds are going southward, the railbirds of, stiff V swings from, the leisure are hastily beating it north-j was captured after six men ami as many dogs had fought it for two Hours. Four hound ftear s and when it ward in order to escape tfce task of Iook as if the had a "malting little stones out of big ones. The international race for the grand J prize of the Automobile Club'of Am-i erica will be run on November 12. Tie 1 entrant of the winning car will have tne custody of the gold' tro-! phy until it is competed for again! j Tbe Fiat Company is the present holder of the cup, it having won' in tne 1UOS grand prize race held at Sa- vannan by. Louis Wagner. Several cash prizes are offered for i chance to win. a bullet from the HOPPE GETS INTO FORM AGAIN Came Within 13 Points of Own Re- cord in Match With Cutler Last Week Willie Hoppe came within. 13-' points of equaling his own world's record for a high" run 'of 150 at 18.1 balk: 'line Dilliards in the continuation of his handicap match, wtth Albert G. Cut- ler at the Knickerbocker Academy in tfroomiyu last week. He clickM oft 137 -points in the llth- inning by a bj-il- Uant show of delicate nursing and sky rockety round the table shots. As was the case on Wednesday even- ing, when he established the new- mark at Doyle's academy, he missed a difficult masse shot, and so failed to set even better figures. of L. W. Woods iaid it low. Twem'r-t With three blocks of'the 1-500-poiut match over, the fourth was transferr- ed to Brooklyn, and Hoppe playing 18.1 fairly jumped away from Cutler play- ing 1S.X He competed his string of 300 points in 13 innings for an aver- age of a cliade over whereas Cut- ler, who was distinctly off his game, been trapped an. d Killed by hunters -this season. ranctiers are complaining that Dears are raiding their barnyards telling effect. are reported plentiful in the same district. According to reports hunters are invading 'the territory and' could not get the balls rolling and ran Killing the deer by aid of dogs. This jr up only 102 points tor the small av- methQd -is frowned upon by the ranch-