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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE DAILY HERALD Friday, November 10, 1911 CANADIENS WILL HAVE TO" PLAY FRENCHMEN Montreal -Will bo LIm- ited to For the Com- t tnq N. H. A. Campaign Montreal; Xov.' Cunadlen Miih to confine it- hL.f to Pionch playors or thy Hi lioUttt Association wil! probably lutvo something to in tin? mat- tei uiwiikal a hoi'koy magnate this morning. 'George Kennedy got away with it, 'when Uv Ituckel PowoH to foi hi but the understand- IIIR on which ho thn franchise was ihnt he to rccniii his leiuu from only ihc l-'-'cnrli-Camulian jiliiy- n J ix liis anyone ph.'3 connected with Uic Claimdion Club bet ins lo break in id ilio fuvii' of ISnjiHsh UiiM'e'U he GOTCH I BOWLING LEAGUE MEETING TONIGHT, The t'inal organization meet- the youngster nnulo It known that lie sml'c-rliiE excruclnliuK pain bill liu whimpered not. It would have ended In a fall in.furor of tlio champ, I but (lolcli was merciful Id his kid I and let. him escape, securing ing of l.cthurirtKo bowlers will i a It's hold, tlinn switching to a bead u. of ihc- .VatloilJu Uooki'y win bft primed. Hioi'ily and j dKtiibti -o they cun full" with them by ncnntl stud icnev, Lethbridge Fans Who Saw Him Action at Majestic Theatre Last Night Mah- mout' Threw Kid Eilison, of Cardston Gotch ito held tonight at tlic Dominion Alloys. A sized list of have sljined up for UK- league; inter.essted should if lliejv-wlsh to iakvv part in planning ihe seasons series of liuincn. i OXFORD-CAM8RIDGE VS. YALE-HARVARD of tlio [same has evyr seen.' the .lock and crotch to which Illldobrnnd n Kami! struggle amid the chcurs speci.-itors oventniilly succumb- ied; The SDt-to lasted soven minutes, ;and the heavy biMlhing of fiolch and the sweat iinon his brow whes ho left mat made It plain thirf he had been through a Bomou-hut strenuous a Hair. Second Fall hort intermission and the-chuni- and wunl lo it to I, Tfle wrestling seiitu.f at the .Majestic English CoHenes Are Plannini Send Team to the States Next Year New York, Xov. is announced I here i varsities to America liioxt .Mason for un inter- foremost aspirant for national luHUh with Yale and Har- title, Yusiff vard. Letters from With HiMebrand-.-ffumninn Tells nfl -Wlie" "ot, jr besi form. ja'id he lasted (hree minutes and sonic _______________. i odd seconds with the Bulgarian tiger, TRUSTEES FOR FLANAGAN BELT.'wbo after a series or holds, by the V.-JI-, of finding ont Ellison's class, se- Kpanjhasrdt, Harris and Jimmy Hew- lected a crotch-hammer and toe hold itt Are Appointed combined as necessary crusher, Toronto. Nov. 10-Truatees for 'fr Ton, Flanagan belt, emWenmic of "e Mii8 travelling companions. Line the Oolch tnorl a log noin again four men up In row and at a Bailee !ilna it to a rislu arm lever- bone and fiesh, bcini; tall uncl wide; the cliamplon would look the' least: "s If bo bad undoubtedly thrown him but'he (bare nndonbted'iy thrown him hue he preferred io show the audience a few more of Ihe tricks of the trade before bringing; tbe performance to a conclu- sion. The toe hold again was applied, lo Hildebrand. AVhen lie all but had youngster's toe kicking himself In the chin hy let him -loose and took halt'-Xolson and crotch. Hiidebnmd pushed hiu palm iirto the champion's face and smothered him, thereby suc- ceeding in setting invny. A lively fo'iiowed. exchanged .-mall at (lie waist and tapering from Ot tbo quartette. But upon close in- lito shoulders with pleasing grace, j spection 'a smouldering fire of vim Maltmom Griffiths r.iil up a sjjleii-liimi energy be ready lo did exhibition and it a lively hurst iirio heated flame and wipe out mil! a; cvc-r.- mm. If i: were pro- all that opposed him. He is a bundle rruuued that I lie Bulgarian should or fust moving and aferl energy when bis chosen calling, and most popular over- coat in Canada to-day, Originated, perfected and patented by. the makers of famous Clothing. Worn by hundreds in every section of Canada. MADE AND H. VENEBERG- CO., LIMITED, SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE BY "PROGRESSO" is for all climates .and all weathers, made in all sizes, in a great variety of new and attrac- tive patterns. 103 MONTREAL. was iml in it dangerous position. Grif- McGuire, Lethbridga. WONDER OF THE AGE hitteiithi c'minpionsiiijj iy tonigiit. of Canada. ical precision. The showing of the C'arclston boy was appreciated by tbe flths o.vtricalcd himself and gained a leg ho'd on .Mahmoiii but tbe husky foreigner not wasy to bold. He sot free and tbe top position from his opponent, securing another dangerous bold from w.liich Griffiths broke and threw Jlahmout bodily lo thx1 nia-i. Mahmont was on his guard instanter, procured a forward chan- cery, changed it to an arm lock, and It appeared It. was all oft with GTlflUhs about hits young and active opponent numerous locks and combinations right from tbe. call of time until he showln brought Hlldeliraud's shoulders to Vetor of the Kho lmder lhe holds were-exchanged with the advan- Btar.-fiobert Harris of the Hamilton turning in favor of Herald, .fiinmy Kewiu of the Van- rouver World, all well known sporting authorities. i CardEtou 30lItlK (took Besides .Mahmout, Gotch has with succeeded in throwing his man just Rs lho fourteenth minute of the mill ABOLISH RUGBY FOR TORONTO HIGH SCHOOLS Toronto, Xov. School by ho abolished for the future- Hi rood fee'Inj .ipjon ho lu-c tcAii.-! lias been too muc gsi the rival scores '.imi IIRCUKSO li tinio lost by the j abiHiy. They are Sam Griffith 01 KRIIWIB Pity, and Kid Hildebrand of j Liuffalo, the latter 'taking his Umi -ug-MvlLh 'Golpli and the former going nn Mahniout iinmeili't'ely after the Bulgarian !uid vahfiuished EIHson. Griffiths and Mahmout the mat. The first serious hold thi> champion secured was n hread lock. HMdobrand's long suit when he got into troulite was to administer to tiotch something of the lion-tamer's shmt. He would push -his big paw fate" calmly Twelve minut into The champion's face and press ;Ume of the fa1lt home for den? life. It was probably not according to Hoyle, but Golch ap- parently cared not. Hildubrand's manoeuvres had t.he desirous effect. The Bulgarian eventually llowover. and the cbampJon more than scissors hold on the body mid onco punishing hold he was using. Gotcli and he cared, little iiummcl- led his "aflversaTy'ra'bbiit the 'mat. Hil- Prices of Players, Franchises and Sums Invested in Sport Are Astounding the-diverse possibilities of] eatch-ns-cntch-ciin wrestling. Finally Gotch secured a scissors hold on the bead, excliumitiK-by the way, that ft was all'off with mids- brand and the time liad como.-liilde-' braml ;vns nnd .31lfEered hfs .McGraw and Chance Draw Down O'TOOLE DEAL LARGEST Init U-e got away again. A variety was thei- and Yearly Respectively will a star baseball player be worth two years from, now? ifow Just a few weeks ago the HlWsbnrp club of the National lea- gue paid St. Pan! for Marty U'Toole ra and at Toole's remiest, bought in his catch- er for according to information supposed to have come from "the in- side." Wagner Leads Players ivar's salary by no means tops the list, although it is probably the highest paid to any player who takes no part in the management and train- ng of the team. Jt Js thai; John J. McGraw, manager pf.tlie.'Neiv York Giants, de- Gotch and HHdcbrand The appearance tlw' of Gotch on tlie -debrand is only a youngster of much Jadde beef, but lie showed his gameiicss and tribulations, and ho had only Gotch Spsaks At the call of the spectators Gotcli came to tho front and spoke. He .much momiy will then be invested in rives "not less than annually said that anything that had reflected llie production of our national upon his I'acord in life had been if the sport develops! as rapidly in takes of the heart and not of the head, the next quarter of a century as it'has and one had but to meet the clmiu- the WUU tie- pion in conversation to be appraised reach the limit on paying for .'thoir of tho fact. He spoke of his early .favorite diversion? Sages of days in climbing the championship-nations are already Ifegin'mhg. Same i from baseball. Thin includes his sal- ary'and a share of (lie profits. Frank Leroy Chance, veteran first baseman and "peerless Ipader" of Chicago a year. in climbing the championship nations are :r.- They were days of trials and with a! accom- j tnfiio what was coming plished success by hard work and de- Th h .larm" the figures repre Anting our expenditures for baseball, believe'- '.'b.ase_b; 'rank Maxwell, well known" locally, jv'oe which Uw champion is 'fair at all times. Mahmoiii v.yjaiis not less than who refarccd alv the bouts, introduced j well known, and'the -rasp which has j He spoke of tba first big battle of [addiction not wholly jhall appears to them to nds aIH! ,GrHfiIhs not l-ess than 1DO. j caa-ipiou in glowins terms, j proven the undpjns of many an op-i ]tis career which took place in the or dms habit. "What will Bulgarian is of bulky proportions I Frank established himself as an orn- poneiit, was to Hildebrand i scholars in their studies while train-j'l'he Bulgarian is of bulky proportions I t'rank established himself as an ora- Iponeiit, was Mptfie'd to Hildebrand i Yukon with Kennedy' for a purse of ttleV aKk ;ig for tiii-ir games. while Griffiths is a perfect model of tor of some class in speaking of the j with force. A glance at the >ce of j in which he vanquished his one No oh'a' ever.knows. 'opponent. It was IUTTE ,-GETS; TASTE ILLEGAL IlllllP i Wffi his wonderful If we were asked to tell 'howSnVucb 'strength and agility in this bout that [money we have invested in baseball we could not give an accurate reply without taking a national census of baseball league, minor put this idea to a test a bout with one league, semi-professionHls or corner suggested to his friends there that there were latent world's champion boxing qualities stored within him. To of the fighters of the day was arranged. Frank- Slavin lot "p-henoma." Figures Beyond Computation was the man. Gotch The amount involved In our two mil- said be lasted seven rounds and ilur- Jor leagues alone .would be astound-, ing that time Slavin passed at to one who never had glvisn the 710 less than threa hundred times anff; matter any .thought. Tt is, in--fact, never missed him once, or. that -beyond- we what his friends tqld him when he j consider the different values repre- came to next day: he couldn't vouch j Rented. There arc baroball parks for it himself, but he felt as if they j worth hundreds "br thousands: There tSp6aking i.. ay with had told the truth. Gotch nerar again aspired to be a box-er. COBB MAY BE MEMBER OF THE HIGHLANDERS i subterfugesln' th6''r'yomotion of inter- dicted' the real bloods of Butte. .Mont., oticc upon; n time, thought it would be Tirst-class business to pull real' MexicRiiibull 'fight. -There was a Teal matador, with all of bis plc- 'reKiiii'a costumes an.d'nccoutremehU, complement of, picadors and the rest of it ou tho gt'ound; besides plenty of bulls, as spirited as ever pawed the dirt of Andalusia. The sheriff and the mayor saw no farm in it they werte ganie sports. The-, pulpits thundered, tbe papers (soino of them) roared, and the gov- ;enior set his face si'arnly against tho .threatened blp't on the fair fame, etc., but the local 'custodians Jof the pence dignity stood pat and all tbe an- Johnspn Wants Him In New i York to Build up That Aggregation are club houses and offices and of- 1 Cice forces. Sa'Iary rolls up into the i millions. And there are players who j "-agitation wont foi' just so much could not be bought for any amount j advertising. of -money and "franchises aff'ivalimblo I. The ring was built, and the crowd ithat no attempt isvmade to any what 'came, to thy number of tickets tliay are w.orth. The hypothetical val- per copy. Senor Matador had York, Nov. .startling s on which the owners are as- jseesed "inay or may not bo correct. jTh-3 rranchises of- winning clubs are being planned by; President-j not. for sale at anything like a reason- ca'u 'pthuig l the report gctes. It is nothing less than the transfer of Ty ball's greatest thefMJe- able price. i Property Advances in Value The remarkable thing about bafic- bair is the rapidity with which pro- Sonc to the stockyards and selected his own bulls, tlic the cor- ral, for he was a real imitodor. with a record, and they could not, come too tough for him. All set. The bars wens let down, and in dashed toro, right; In tlio path of the posed matador, with bis O Nayy Cut [crican league. If IAJ wants fsr Cobb he will do it, Detroit to tbo contrary, notwithstanding. And -the Xew York American League club j needs just anch an attraction us Ty Cobb. The American league nev.M has drawn as well hi York a? the Giants. The park on the hilltoji where Hal Chase and his men per- form seldom has heM over persons, Johnson wants to remedy [this. Me figures Ihiii with Cobb in tlic lineup things would In- different. .They are building a'new park for I Yankees this fall and It. will take a real bail team to fill it next year. pbrties advance In vnlue as soon as scarf .over his left arm, his their worth Is portwlvod. Within the gleaming wlihiKer. In his risht hand, memory of living men, professional -Madly the bull rushed, but in the ,.....B baseba'n has-advanced 'from nothing [midst of the rush he stopped; snorted, 10C Per Packet popular English Curette. COOMBS AND MATHEWSON Pitching Statistics in One Game of World's Scries CoonthH and Malhewson pile-hod a lolal of halls In Ihv'.JJ InniJiss of one of the in tho world's series. Of Ihc nimibor. C.'ooinbB pitched I2S, and Jlatty away wilh less work than hia opponent1, pitching only 115 halls, nn average of about 10 an inning. Both (.corns Hliowod a strong nil. the fire! hnllr Coomhs pitched on six difrerent oc- and the Athletics vein, alter .Matty's first one nn los? limn Iliir- times. Only Iliree times during" Ihe dill .JlnHio'wmii pitch five balls to one batsman, and i Coonibt; niod-e a similar rwoi'd j ither sport in. tho world. grass that formed -the imo, Chris -Von Der ,'carpet of the arena. Ahe. owner "of the pennaiU-winning The picadors surrounded him at. Browns of St. LouiB. had a ohanw Loiouce, and fiK'od his hide HO full of hiiy Hans --Wagner from Lho Louis- liandariUoa that he looked' Viko a. villo club for Today I porituphie. but he only shivered MA draws a salary of SIO.OOO a year j withers, as If to dislodge fllea, and conk} not be nought, from the Pirates on gracing. Tiifi''only real .fignr, was mfide by for.nny price.. Tweiily-i'ive years ngo Voii Ddr Ahe honght ji whole base- hull team from liny City, Mich., for buck. the spectators to gel their money. BLACK ER'SHELLS THE RED W BRAND "Nublack" and "New Rival" are grand good shells: good in construction, good be-; cause primed with quiclc and sure and good because carefully and accurately; loaded with the best brands of powder and shot. They are favorites among hunters and other users of black powder shells.on account of their uniform shooting, evenness of: pattern and strength to withstand re- loading A trial will prove their excellence. ALL DE A L E SE LL THEM ;