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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTK LKTIfUh'IDGK DAILY HRHALf) Saturday, November II, English Football London, Nov. following are results of big league football games played this afternoon: Flrlt Division Blackburn Hovers 2, llollon 0; .NlMutMiestiM' Vniled 1. Pnaton North Knd Oi'Mlildli-siiom Xewcasth: t'nlted 0; iVotis County I. Aston Villa 1; Sunderlnnd 1. Bradford City 0; Tot- tenham Hotspur 1, Liverpool 1; West llromwlch Alblaii 2, Woolwich Arsenal 0. Second Division Chelsea I; Itlaekpool 1. Grimsby Town 2; Bradford 1, Leeds ENGLISHMEN CRAZY OVER DRISCOLL-MORAN BOUT Will be Staged in December but Tickets Have Been Sold Out Corri to Referee London, Nov. many aiiR- itself will bo 260 feet long by just JIM MITCHELL BOWLS "POSSIBLE" IN CALGARY TOO COLD FOR GOTCH TO GOON Fosse 0., Southern League Brompton 1, Stoke 1 Imtou 2; Walford 1, Coventry t'ity l: nt -Birmingham, .Moran's native at Cardiff, while Owen Mo'ran is qiwr- Icity, and preparations are being made tered at Oluivern, (for the battle upon much the sninej Corri Will Referee scale as for a world's championship T} b t bv Plymouth Argyle 4. Norwich Ckiyton the ine uoul ls lo uj 0; Southampton 3, Crystal Palace 0; j ,_, ln _ ___ Breutford 2, Northampton -1; changes KI.V the men in charge.of the staged outside of London and the likewise. Afi-or getting jtbat Frank was sick and lie would no Collected Total of Seventeen Strlkei In a Mao, to Make Per- fect Score ,ln Province Calgary, Nov. Mitchell, con-1 sldered .one of tho best trnmllers In j _______ the West, achieved tho ambition of every bowler last night when ho got hirteen straight .striken and rolled a j UlamP1On j tors They Had a Nerve has liif 'fin iin for and bowling f Mouse Jaw, Nov. fiotc! fans were not surprised So hear that he to hnve appeared here tonlgh had made the pcysililo, [against two local men and certain o Twice previously has the font been jhis wrestling company at the Skalint, Park Rangers 2. Swindoa Toxvn MillwaU Athletics 1, Bristol Hovers 3; United 2, Lnton 1. scale as lor a worms cnampumsnip: The bout is to refcreed bv tfu- previously has the tone been juls wrestling company at the Skalint affair in the Staler. 'jseue Corri. and Corrl's very presence in Alberta. Some six years (Riuk. A big crowd was present in Ami in one respect, at least, thejlu the ring will give it any tone Carstm. of Calgary, tuniwl ihojS.30, when Klank, hfc manager, weni two will be very mucli alike. Ex-.'might otherwise lack through being and las( >'car Simimijgtou. tho stage and announced to then Rugby, Oxford University IS, Gloucester 0; 'Array 3, London Scottish 0; Guy'sjlos- pitnl 19, London Welsh Bristol United 0; United Service 5, Oldwich Tailor 3. Glasgow, Scotland, Xov, are the results of Scottish League football games this afternoon: Queens Park 5, Aberdeen AJr- drieonians 2, Dundee 2; Celtic 2, Ham- ilton Academy 1; Hibernians Kal- kirk 0; Patrick Thistles 2. Mean of .Midlothian 2; ItaHh Rovers 2. KH-j Jimmy Crofforth Trying to Get Mc- inarnook 2; .Mothwell I, Gia-igow Ritn- 'gers 2. Oriscoll-Moran affair are having tic- hots printed that are the exact repli- ca of mill. those, for the Johnson-Jet'fries Nothing of that sort has ever been seen in England. Tliere will be accommodation for something like and the price scale of seats will run all the way from five shil- lings to the latter be- of course, the price for choice box and ringside pertts. The building thirteen strikes in one game he started jlut him appoai' in'such a cold place on the next with four more before ho Tho crowd took it. in good part from a very serious accident, sustain- 1" strikes, which'though greatly disappointed, uml thej "pending! stand a record for some the other wrestlers a good recep h li tionul Sporting Club. -Mr. Corri, by the way, is ed week before last, a week end with friends at Duhvich. j In stepping out, as he believed, fron one of the rooms upon the lawn, lit mistook the French window, and fel a distance of fifteen feet into the area below, and since then ha-s been confined to his bed most of the time. iine to come. Fistic Feast For 'Frisco Thanksgiving Day Lacrosse Teams to Tour the Continent Farland and Murphy Together San Francisco, Nov. are eagerly awaiting the completion of St. Catharines, Nov. arrange nienfs are rapidly progressing for the cpntinental tour next summer of the two Canadian amateur lacrosse learns, the SL Catharines Athletics and the Vancouver Dozen and the Home Brews nre looking forward with great antici- nation to the trip which includes mat- ches at the Olympic games at Stock- holm, Sweden. The Dominion govern- ment will be asked to make a grant towards the expenses of the Canadian Athletics across water. ,The grant probably be made in 'connection with the annual appropriation made by the government for advertising Canada lauds. Every ,'man on the St. Catharines team will be a native born hon of this city. l-'arlaud, and the go depends oil tfie reply of the stock yards scrapper, who is belteved to have wired his accept- ance. Murphy is always willing to fight. In case either man runs out. "One-Round" Jack Hogan is available. With Welsh and Wolgast meeting in Los Angeles on the same date, Cal- ALL OFF WITH WELLS AND WOLGAST ENCOUNTER Milwaukee, Nov. Champion Ad Wolgasl and Matt Wells, land the visitor is somewhat surprised lightweight champion of England, are j by the usual nature of the proceed- of a Thanksgiving Day card here with Packey McFarland and Harlem Tommy Murphy as the star attraction. Croffroth has wired his terms to will in action four of the greatest lightweights in the world on Turkey day if the Crofforth match is i arranged. FAIRS AND By "Craignorth" There are fairs ana fairs. Of tbat Is no possible doubt, and the disparity is often great even in towns equal as to population. There is little village which has decided to form an Agricultural Society for no very apparent reason in many cases, other than to be up to daiw or per-laps to get something out of the government. The day of the fair town wbinh lias done itself proud with fair grounds, grand stand, stables uiid exhibition building, and which strives its utmost, usually through the agency of one or two vmthusiaEts, to keep abreast of the times so far as funds allow, and again another step up the ladder, find a long one, takes one TO the city fair which is usually a source of instruction and education besides :t place jtlon. Gotch said to reporters: "Who said I wasn't well? Any man who tries iMitchell is. kncwn in this Promote a match in a place like among, the boivling enthusiasts. He spem several months of the past sum- mer, being- connected the provin- cial government telephone system. Jle is ono of the few Scotchmen who In- dulge in the game and while in the city spent his snare time on the local alleys. He along with other top-notch howlers will be here In .March to nt- tend the Provincial Bowlini; tourna- ment. 'that and ask a man like me to appear has i hfy nerve, hasn't BENDER LEADS PITCHERS Redman Best Twirl ler in American asue This Season ind Ad Can Get In New York City "I that Promoter Cot'froth has offered a purse for a 10-round hout between WolgaSt and AIcFarland In San said Tom O'Rourke of.the National sporting club and the Royale A. C. of Brooklyn, yesterday. "Just say for me that I will give to those boxers for a ID-round bout nt either of my clubs. .My proposition not likely to engage in test. a boxing cou CR1BBAGE QUESTION .Sporting Editor, Lethbridge Herald: Dear you kindlv answer through the eclnmns of your valuable Diaper the followinK nufjstions; 3 hi a hand of cribbage a player holds in his hand thrae five-j and an eight. A nine is on tlie deckhcad. How many does the hand count? 2 Do the three fives iii said hand lsi-2 and (I for a prior, or seeing the three fives have all been I'oumed in the prior, can you recount ihesame three fives to make 15-2? Yours truly, CRIBBO, Believue, AUa. Pifteeii-2 and (j i'or 5's mak- Jiig S. 2. ings. No one to know when the fair is to start and all are refer- red 4o who bears the where a very pleasant day can be spent. The biff fairs such as Edmonton, Calgary 'and Lethbridge receive a special grant from the government. brnnt the day. Usually a vacant the small fairs receiv, fenced space outside the town off with Wire, ami within this wire you may enter on payment of a dote and view tho exhibits, which include any thing from two or three grade -scullions to embroidery, or some ladies' work with similar high sounding name. Tliere is no appearance of permanency about' tbe affair, though mayhap one or two plg- peua and cattle stalls may remain in- much tact till tlie next anniversary of tlva local- society's carnival, and inform the.curious individual passing in the train that Mudhole has a fair. A grade above this is the fair of the n-terms of the Agricultural Societies Ordinance: Last, year in order to render the burden less heavy than it seemed likely to be an amendment was passed to this ordinance that no town could have a, fair unless it was at least ten mites distant from an existing society. This was no doubt a very wise provision, though if they had made it 15 or 20 miles _ _ would have been erf are done. The fact is that tho burden i Chicago, 111., Nov. Coombs 'f Philadelphia who figured in -10 rallies, winning 28 of them, is fifth n the list of pitchers for last ftot the moment Wolgast son in the leagne, g to the official records made pub-; they would draw more than that, but ic today.- Coombs' percentage is an ;j'm prepared to guarantee them evten -'00- 'instead of take, a per- Philadelphia has''three pitchers in centage. McFarKiml is a.real, drawing he first five. Bender, who pitched unless Wplgns't is afraid of i 21' games, is second with blm he .ought to.iiccapl. It's tiresome 'lank, 30 gam'as, is fourth, with .733 hear tbat wants the lion's 'oviugion. of Detroit, heads the list sharo of the no who gets a percentage of .ST4. Covington f match wUh hlm' H has done noth- :_ to convince. New Yorkers that he lightweight in the world, he so regarded until Chicago, pitched in games, losing he whips McFarland either in or IS of them, and Is thirteenth in thei20-round bout." JOHNSON REAPING WHIRLWIND i i ".i U die Negro Champion Following in the Footstepg pf Peter Flynn as an Opponent Siiu Pranclsco, Nov. Kill Cutler, lute of 'luck Jolmsuii's stall, is to be believed, tin; champion has ;ono to pieces. If1 tho is true-, it menus, I tlio guy'life ot London liaM.-.doiU! for another. great, m-gru heuvywuigiit. Peter Jaok.sott wns Hit fir.sir that. UK; primrose path of the big'city iicross .tiny fitter' robbed of his light- ing pti'imgth and cunning. JoluiHoi noyer was never will he as populai: as Jackson, but lliu sanie; fuuUitirs ror gcUing Into the L.omlontniplit l.lfc are .open, to him. And, if Uiitier. JKaka-.ttic truth, -lack haVavailed imself ot tbii- privi.k-ge to reap'the whirl wind.' "g to Uutlcr, Johnson, 'like Jack- ion, .will linve to box soon to replen- sh his .treasury. Tlien1 is every ati- for .helieving that ;i etmtest be- iwcen Johnson and Sam' Laugfonl is n prospect ill New York, hat before he day as Cutler ulls it, would' "like sharpen up is lighting qualities on a couple of white holies. 'he trouble is, we are jnsti out oi hem, and not likejy to stock up n, as there is no demand fur that ind of merchandise. It the raze for a while, like hobble ul: now white hopes" nre tost .rear's rds Jim Ftynn had the last, and ow occupies' the position of tlm eat mt ate the canary. If (lie J'Ohn- suii-l.angfonl old look', should grow, dim agulit nnd .Johnson 'is forced to to keep the wolf iron? the door the New York promoters may decide Johnson and Klynn in tliu I mean, of ciinrse, if Johnson insists on meeting n white man. It may he to -smith; at tlu ideu of a ma.tcli, but where is liere aiiolher in the 'Caucasian race- IwlleV (inlilled to oppose the cham- pion V Ftynn has lickwl big A! Ivuni- 'and .bigyer CarP Morris, anil it dots not look as thoiigh there was any one else of Flynnfc complexion tu lick. Before Ontler came hack with his disturbing reports con- it might have sounded ridi- culous to talk of 'putting Flyna .lohlison, especially after what once upcm u time hi a Mission atroct nnjna. But Flynn hns and .Johnsonl is .sajil to bo .slowing up, and thfe seems justidca- tum tor tlid chisli wlwn there is -n..i other white hope. Of course, .sloMj-iiiK rumors have ittle in tact, -Johnson, with u short conrsp of preparnLIuu. nay bccoiijc tlie Jo'hiraoti ofltcno in such a 'case the fu'tcs-preserve Mi. Flynn. (Jut, it' it is as Cutler tells uiul Flynn can duplicate some of his smashes he inftietetl upon poor Carl >Iorris, thorc nmy bu a dillurciit, story to tell. For Flynn; on that iv Scpfciirbcr eve in Madison Square garden, was a veritable hoi- t iiants to Have New Material Next Year ith ot one or two in eiShi games. He was tak- ;is best H abreast of the cn of six Walsh, ofUiid he'll nevi list with Walsh pitched more 1 innings than any other American lea- gue pitcher in the last REGINA SENDS TWENTY RUGBY PLAYERS AFTER THE CHAMPIONSHIP COLOR LINE JN FOOTBALL College Teams May Not Play as One Nov. a meeting of th Hegina Rugby Club this evening It Objects to Negro lvas to send' twenty-one men to Winnipeg for the game there with Lafayette, Ind., Nov. Rowing Club In semi-final of the a possibility that, the football game [Western Canada rugby championship, scheduled for Saturday between Pur- due and Iowa may be called off unlei" VAIIKIr, crtl cv yo GRAPpLER Manager McCiraw, of the New York a'tlbhals, will -devote a considerable mre of his-spring training next your trying out young players in aji af- rt to strengthen one or two post- oils on the tehm., Some of the baseball experts deckiro at naxi season .will bring 'about ths sslng of Wlltse and Ames as mem-' hers of the pitching staff. _ .MHthew- soh 'arid will, be'.the stars. no and Crandnl! already has won his spurs. Louis Drucke may al-j so figure in the running again, but Toronto for seasoning. a big'southpaw, from the outlaw Tije- water1 league, will receive a. trial in Texas. 'Two other pitchers' of un- known calibre nro FuIIonwluUer and Carella. who were discovered, by. scouts down south. First Hnseman Eugene Paulot and Outfielder George Burns will get a fresh trial at the spring training camp, together with Shortstop Henry Uroh, of Decuta'ur, 111., turned over' by Buffalo, late In the season. Groh IJlayed a smart fielding game for the is said lo be counting a lut Hisons and kept iijj his record as a on Tesreau, big T'axan, wlio -100 hitter among Ine leading bats- at one time a Detroit Tiger ,and who of the Eastern league. Another iqr. the :Tordnto Kastern league -team mis seasoii. :Tesrjau was with the Giants at Mar- lin Springs! hut. was turned over to LOCAL BUDGET YOUNC, FOLEY two colleges can come to an ag-, DETROIT reemeflt- concerning the playing of a I negro on the Iowa eleven. Alexander, roiey> Ol Itlver Wlll the star right tackle of the rowans, is -wrestle Etidy of Detroit, at'Tltreu. cusLs wcrc ollt ail W. Foley, of Milk River, -will Chief Oillcspie staCSs- this morning u regard to the fire bylaw which he asked for s some'time ago, that tho! iiad the matter, solicitor has been quested by-the council to prepare 'along tlie lines laid down in j other, citiijs. Nine drunks was tho docket ;it. i'o- licc, court this morning, and Uiey wcri: despatched. in short order. of the donations to Agricultural So- Committee to arrange the difficulty. Several of the Purdue River, on tho 17th of the along the line, the south. An effort two falls. A side bet of a- Peterson the faculty executive will be put up on the bout. 'lison will challenge the winner. cietfes will some day become inUrt-1' erable and what'then? is covered with llttl When Alberta towns each of j THE RING which has a fair, it will, bo time to call A halt. It is an open secret that j What a fine lima Sam Langford will n raw-lioned on a bat yesterday, and got sy-budly .boozed up he at- tempted to carry off all 3ikely yonngstcr Js Thira BaBeman Ar- f.hnr Hues, of Seattle, and there are three candidates for outfield positions iat, High .Jacobson and Jack. Jobnion, that-it was a very expensive drunk. .Superintendent: Reid, m the light dcpartnWit, says that the 'coming of winter'has groatly'increased tlie load ut the power plant, Hie load carried between eight and' nine o'clock in thu evening'being Ine heaviest over car- ried since tlie plant was taken over by the city. Vfi'ss Olive Richards from the Ein- Tlicfltre, Calgary, will open her engagement here nt Statlanri next lay. 'The "Alexandria Ragtime Ban it that excellent aggregation of will, fnrntsb the noise foe wcasion. CALGARY RUGBY CHALLENGE Regina, Nov. wire has h-aen TREKHIDA WON THE i LIVERPOOL CUP Nov. ll.-r-The Liverpool Vn ton sin Cup, handicap of 3500 pounds Mafeja tie Westerners many of our legislators consider thn have when he arrives in Australia, received by the rugby team from the! tho window and broke a fifty-dollar in the Hudson liquui three furlongs was won by ptrtnent goinL, L Treehida bj Giohe Palotta some inviting fluid in bcfilK. starting 11 to 2 Wlllura, 7 to grant to email fairs money to a extent thrown away. Whether it thrown away or whether the money so spent is spent usefully is a queS' tion on which there is liable f.o bn a difference of opinion, but ho would he a bold man who would get up In the house at "Edmonton am! move that 'i.Calgary Tigers, asking them to pl.iy plate gl us to gel llu T n Tti- 'b''' i "i. in i.u with Bnl Lang, Squires, bam -ilcVev.; i.there Saturday, Nov. IS. This will be Tfinmy Burns find Jack Lester. .Tommy Burns and Langford mat '.i would not be t great surprise Bombardier Wells still maintains that he will come to America in search for matches.' With his old foe, the? Agricultural Societies Ordinance manny Flynn, out of the way; Wells' he rescinded, because his constitn- win some trouble in arranging ents would no doubt speak to him in and frequent and language painful frje. If I ho government ever do with- draw the grant from small -towns and instead content themselves with a large grant, say to several different centres, there of course wi'il be tem- porary discontent but there is no doubt that it is hard to justify tho expenditure on many of the small practically nil, In talking this mat- ter over with a high official'the other day 1 suggested that if the grant ever were withdrawn small grants could ,bc given for pure-bred pro- vided -there was competition. Apart altogether from., the govern- ment, grant the local Bniah fair If well managed is an annual event of ni'ich Interest to liio neighborhood. The pprosafc existence both of the farmers and 'townspeople Is broken by this annual, which also is much talked over both before and after the day, and there tir.n he no doubt that there is nothing could create such healthy interest, and enthusiasm in an agricultural community than a good annual fair coniblned with n Hti'io race meeting which In tier of meetings. Jim Croffroth, the California fight promoter, offers a purse for a Wolgast-McFarhintl match. A. New York promoter says that he will bang up flS.OOO for the same bout, ton rounds, no decision. Several prominent Spokane sporting men arc trying to open up the boxing where they expect profession til bouts, to spring a few Spokane: was one considered at a meeting of tbe club's executive tomorrow. There Is cui likelihood that the invitation w il ft accepted. V pohcem ui took him m hind turn nnd this morning Pet Li-jon ppid abotit sulj (IqMirs on iciount of damxRt He consCflcis stufi 1, was second and Muatan, 3 to 1, third. 13ver.ii thing is quiet heivi this morn- ing, 'flic thermometer registered'32' below but there no wind. The fi.'3l sitfiftMon JB serious of the liveliest boxing centres in the United States at one time, -and the fans there have great hopes that the sport will soon thrive again. K. O. meet in Brown and' Joe Bedell will a ten round bout at York tonight, Drown-is taking the j match on by way of a test to learn whether-his hand, which he hurt some tiniG ago, is'well enough for him to accept meetings with more iraport: ant Carl 'Morris Is going lo make anotb-, or try at, the game, this lime against some one of his own calibre. Morris will meet, .fack Oeyer, another hope, it Hie Kinpiro A. C., of New York, on Vovember llj. Morris has been train- .course should not. be made loo Frank Krnc's care, and he Inent n part of tbe proceedings, nnd jis said to have improved in his box-, .in fad Acldoiu ic made SP {Jiitf. bet's hope HO, OVERCOAT SATISFACTION MAKE STYLE or io-inorrou" drop inito'aiiy up-to-date clotliing store and ask to see a "SOVEREIGN" OVERCOAT. In fit, style and workmanship, both inside and out, you won't find bettor coats anywhere. The sturdiest imported tweeds and worsteds, in the season's neweit cflects, -are put into." SOVEREIGN OVERCOATS. Ask the clothing knows. W. E. San fort! Mfg. Co., Ltd. HAMILTON, Ont. WINNIPEG, Man. H( nlc ;