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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD'S is neglected in our collection of sport- ing goods. We can supply everything needed in every pastime .from the gen- tle croquet to the strenuous boxing. NO SPORTING GOODS could be better than ours. They were selected by experts ia each line. Come Lost Their First Game in and get your outfit here. You'll be no! a sport for saving the difference! "T p- T T aftf between our prices and those charged f by others. Lethbfidge T T A JL i, V-JJ Sporting Goods Co. j BroncW Tab Phone 1032 412 Fifth St. South j Two-Games HONEST JOHN" Seeks Another Soft Berth! Will Boom in Alberta This Winter as Never Before Brief and Breezy -.-v Zbyszko, the Polish -wrestling cham- pion, -who is back in- America-' to.-'get. another chance at Frank GotcU, made- his first appearance ia Montreal on Wednesday evening and losV.ii handi- cap mutch to.Deriaz.-a has been sent over by the manager of the National Sporting; Club, of London. Zbyszko was to throw Derjaz three 71 times in an hour, but failed to gain one fall. Officials of the Detroit, baseball, announced .George Mul- lia, and Oscar Stanage, pitcher and catcher, respectively, of the Detroit. American league team, have renewed their 'contracts for the 1911' sea'soii. Both players are now on their way to Cuba. PROVES SORE The Turks tasted defeat- for nie ia the city Bowling League last j wants Another Try for Prize Money Breezy Afl- at the hoods of the Bronchos.' The lat in Butte sr ream got everything total j sight the first game, rolling a of S43 pins, but in' this game, they their arms out and could Iquemiy the. Turks stepped in and to win tlie the-last games up SOT first this season.. ma up flight from Belmont park io be an easy victor, winning ii Vancouver, Xor. reason John" MeClosk-ey is aow nobaobbing around Butte trying to f inject a little life iato the situation there is brpiighi to liiht ia aa; Associated Press despatch from Milwaukee" today which say s that Jininiy- Barrett has been selected- as manager of The Milwaukee team. vras a foregone conclusion that Mac-Had lost his good job in Mihrau- woixlu sever be fussing i and also tegh aggregate with J The unfortunate controversy grow- arqtofl'-Butte-trying to snare some {531. The old "war fioss" is just round-ling out of the Belmoat aviation 'tour- j mj form and in tbe future aiayjnamest. is tbe direct result ol a de- Rouncl Sporting Talk From New York of Special Interest to Americans (By Manhattan.) TO BE UNCERTAIN About .Favoring an Inter- national Baseball League; conies from Chicago that By- rqn Bancroft Johnson is. out other ultimatum! He declares that he 'will not stand for any more long schedules" and that he "will fry-rand iforce" the American hold Eleven Clubs at Reel raeetinsjn John- usually gels what he wants in the (American league. No Interest Here in Outside League proved to each game, while the best the oeimuut lo !De victor, winning in the good cnos couid do was 74? is regarded as the-mast time of 33 which was one _ .esiraoroinarj- thing: in the annals of J minute and ten seconds better-than-'S ot tne league.; sports. White, however, is no--sport, i his nearest competitor made He of the slow curve ball, was tfie star .but' a business man solely. He Hies of tee evening, bavins Mgh money and that alone. Likes' Alberta-Saskatchewan Combination Coffrorh has announced that has matched Battling Nelson and So uncertain" is ice in tbe winter aioran to fight 20'rounds before I time in San Francisco club" OH Neve'mb'cr' warm waves, that district league 26 iu an open air arena. I hoc-key has never, been a howling sue- ager'says "that engagements in ilausas Citv have" been (Xt-en outside teams-.have come ,-f AT.. ee-1 only to find that tha favorable coadH Witt-remain jtiofts which prevailed morning on the. Coast indefinitely. 1 woi-o ni nin-lif 'TUr .i OhivinAl.- a Chinook ccp'ense, no gate Danny -Webster of -Los Ansceics and receipts.- Charley White; 6f Chicago will Mikelv So the talk this season is, in favor come together in a 20-rourid' -battle Vt of a cm- -the advantage of Los Angeles, on Thanksgiving dav suckers, into baching a hut; in Ms interviews Kiven But vea- _ much that if just couldn't left things Puaiiist Speaks .From Cart Dafsat Republicans in Johnson.- the v.-ent into the Fifteenth Alta., Nor. 13 [pects- for-an ihtetrtati-onai In spite of the which is very apparent. Taif to Y .j tjnion Association being formed by -'sue iuiiua ainoccr.tQe aiKQ i Busce afac simplv said that he iuJ n _ loved tBe "big mihinb .ramp so i came next I manlike and grasping demand beat the republican much that he just couldn't stay away, getting to make a second try for the i congress. Congressman iucure mayjnament. is cue direct result ol a de.went.into the Fifteenth !HeleGa' staEes lhat tie-v care -J competitors-foolish, unsports-jal district' fodav making threats !tcr enter" a controlled bv Jie league. Brucs-Davies came next I manlike and grasping demand for ho.t rrefs nr Alberta-Amateur Hoct-cy wired" Kelly. -He tho >ZL iormea ay its- annual Red Dalian middleweight, ten davs-' to todav received froir eeF night with the fol-.n'afee "P his mind. Should ._. ,i-_ _ lowing delesafes present: Dr. in. that time 'the We'asW- th'is Louis team ia the National Fro.ni t-here he went to Milwaukee, where his teaaa a'caKa-nt- Mjjn for the flag last year. That insure a him his job for this year, but the Brewers feM dcrea -season just closed hook. vv nard inck. cash prize offered -during..the W Not xvith his fistsyto be-suS IJ. f, O Ui'JB, knockout White, the English j cents and short-arm, jabs of wit and President Ecfefetorm a 100-norsepower eloquence to DS delivered from the tall Tisit that we be in every move a pie-i because, after being defeated by John of a cart. jlii-fcas or McClosl are the International league if the -wire continues, we are hot sure of Butte. We on his line tore, was bom out when he and like-.JB. Moisant, the American' spoilsman, wise the cbair.turned a "flip" over drove a similar machins to alley No. 3. (Applause.) Shoverjthe power in the .statute of; "LiL will furnish all these of half and Thomas G. Patten', Mr.' Bennett's Liberty democratic son and -I. B. E. White light will oh. Should r.. Tiploff, .at Didsbury; ,J. G. La-IPair they meet at franco and 'James-Mann, of Red i pounds at 3 o'clock. [A. E. Ciirrfithers'and B. Hay, Oi La- comtc-; W. Walker, ef Alberta Univer- Louis Rcibie, oihier of a K-'H. JDobson, of Strath- shotv, has made an., offer'of a Pitcher Coombs 'of Sul- Club CROWD SEES: .OPENING OF RACES 1 enxly _____ CaL, Nov. 13.-Favored by tbe-v eather and a fast track, the isood scores The rest-of the boys'rolled indiSer- j prize, and pro- ixiy, although Ross-showed impf6ve-inai3loiamGEEo-issue5 by -Jr- 'm by rolling 482. The" boys" tried but between spins, cherric-s and j the prize la the Fifteenth the j large and .isay decide "the o vote- the are 30GO-. negro-irotes therS and" IdoilbtfaL he assumed, to call .i' ArthufVJohnson "to "ffiat Of the hard luck as "amazing. season at.Emerviile opened Sat-! Saa his fnl1 share' ao matter he f--------....... hit them they not falL strange Request! Burnished a 'Surprise by Defeat I ever heard of permission freing "pranted to the of a One -of tbe big-- surprises- of -the jhorse 10 run his entn? a second time ,'evican, gridiron onl Safcurdav [for.'-'tlie purse? jdefeat; of PrincetSt by Ya% the ia't- i perlect weathi uraay. A crowd of about SOOO was in! attendance and witnessed some inter-1 esting sport. Fourteen layers were operating un-1 der oral si-stem in conjunction .with' stalie-holders and sueculation was live-1 ly. jiioimes Arasee. carrying the colors of Early "Wright, well supported, led all the way in the opening- handicap at-one "mile, and after standing off the challenge of j Bubbling Water, drew away, winning! handily by over a length. Colonel Jack, i a 50-to-l choice, was third. Spellbound, I favorite, did not run up to expec- tatiohs. The. following other eltibs were rep-f resented proxies: Okoioks. St asa we would assure Great Falls to be [Mary's Calgary; Stettler, Wetaiskiwin i likewise jand f slaughter bVjthe and he 'xs- ;i-President Eckstorm .iaforms us that' l of La-! Forts: "Weight, nice bais Ms trip to the cities in llontana regard-1 combc' wa's is the chair arid First! and throws right-handed." ised league was encou--' B. iVeliiver. oi Red Catcher Tom Needham is Chicago's was also in .atteaaanee. champion plaver. The Record- to the absence of Secretary j Herald prints the" s'torr that he clean Crrahoa, Me. E. B. .Dobscn eavp the cd his mates cut oi tlv> t.-e-ore he left to eater, but Butte was isrcrntart's rcffprt as as his own j current season. treasurer's reparr; which latter show- f ed a surplus pf S-1U.OO, The story tho home f It-was. decided to, accept the offer of J. H. Wootls of the Caiman to and i'ono wing are the scores: Jienry Or-deman defeated Dr. B. F. Roller, of Seattle, Saturdav, in a splendid exhibition oi wrestlins: before a, crowd of three thousand persons. ia the Minneapolis Auditorium. won the first fal! in min" ntes and Roller took the second in thirty-eiVht minutes. In the third and lirhn decisive fall Ordemari quieklv i Roller's tired shoulders 'down in ex- i actly four minuws. j Tigers Am-. support j to his earnings. The action 2351 tuning f o- {make a fords suffi satisfy all who possess ersn' a sem- i Princeton outplayed in "every sportsmanship in their 'psrtment 01 the game, with the thiliks rhst ai} all-Cana- ;ble exception of kicking. Bailou's "high Ica5uc be a beuer drawing the 'spirals fErttor-Uian those He a league with Leth- Eoth the former cities stated-defin- tiley would refuse to ne- gotiate with'any other league than the a-d to t ci -7Q iflteniauonal afid it would be winser of ;the association' cess- I Will Donate Mc-dais President Eckstorm stated that the Moir, for the II. W. L now is to get the intana to fall" in' line. is somewhat worked j discus-'on 't was jup oj- made by Lucas and i decidrf to _ push the- junior series this .-_.. stated that I. W. Laird his company would go with the lirait The election of officers resulted follows t Coombs, the star pitcher of the Philadelphia. Athletics, the Foraand (Me.) Press of November 2. Bunder the-headline, Welcoma jKennebunk's Most r 'After receiving him with- enthusiasrt ihis adraking fellow townsmen' gave jhim a silver, water set, I appropriately engraved." The clip- [ping says further: "To say that Mr. Coombs was swr- Hon. Pres. Hon.'A. C. Rutherford strathcona. jblance of i makeup. S43 740 f "That lilr. Dresel' public me carmng-rtrruxer-tnan those -----------j letter he did is regretted, for it will -Hovre, the Tale crack. Had it no- Se' Calsar-" Eojaontoa. Saskatoon, 747 -president, James Walker, Dr. fJibsoa. Calgarv. Mrsv E. H. Dobsoa blrashcona. Second vic.e-presicient, Mr ru The Standing Losl 11 1 P. j Sf-c.-ircas. 1 combe. Executive, jRegiaa p.sd .Moose Jaw, p.nd considers 'such a circuit a better paying jMon than the International and ;6we less I PJiddleton states that he believes Lu "cas wi'n Rvontually ever Helena Great Falls to join Use ;h-tiie Prinreron "bich he is endeavor- j TO ?iart and he thinks if we depend ''SCORES OF THE them to' Join a leagefe in Alberta, j it may turn out that they will throw us down- at a later date and WA be left helpless to form another league-j and left without baseball. Feeling in j j several of Jae -Montana IOWBS seems i r.o be against Lucas aad do not sym- j no new football evolutions wlth tlle of two individual j ineads making all the money that} come from a good league. i They to going! into a lea.cue where the club of each i ;for the fumbring of Daley in the first the 'period the home eleven would have .been ,-iiiabie to get e-icse enoush for ,'Pendleton to try for a goal from place 'ment. j Compared Yale's f PrlncerGii's was infantile. The "ends broke throu and time again and threw Pesdle- strongest point. Prince Jon's line was jweak, several of Balion's kicks being i blocked, and Yale's only score beinsr Be On Your Guard Against Imitations fk accomplish no good. the tempest is ever -M'hiie ccniinsent .will. find .it ihas not only acted .unwisely and dene Jrnore than all others combined to" crip- the soon in which its members have takc-n so active a, part, but Gra- ''_ ham E. "OTiiLe will probably learn that action, which culmisateti -is his, [challenge to race r.roisant for ;ton before'he could get started. On I will bar him from further competition.; the. other hand, Yale's line was her f Sportsmen in this and other Isads jwill agree that the srand of the Aero iClub of America was .jiist what it _ j should have been. due to one of Balloa's faif-j _ ures- Aside from the forward pass I j Reputation An Asset ________ Ir. does pay to have a good reputa- best ground gainer was the fake! jtion in the world of sports. was ;demonstrated in the selection -of the! Tije veteran referee and baseb :Tim Hurst, zs the third 'man_______ j mile international team race which 'ed lilc Dail down the field. riook place at Madison sdnare Garden. yards of the Princeton goal, j Hurst has been before die American dropped to one side and sent the public for years and has always maae Jnio Killpatrick's hands good. [on Princeton's goal line. He has the confidpnce of the sport, jto a man who is caHed- upon to act as !in tbe opening period. T jarblter in any athletic contest. The! prised wotrtfl be putting it mildly. Ir. thanking the gathering he-stated that he preferred to receive all individ- ually at .his "home, 'and said Jack, l believe I could do justice in showing my appreciation of gen- ial vf-elcorae home, and above ail your j handsome present, which will always Baker, j be cherished by me." Third vice-president, Mr. Geddes is on the Dnisburv. N. E. Carruthers, 0. C. pitcher: La- j 'Presented ro John by his [fellow townsmen in ack'nowledgemeut- j of his athletic victory of 1910. :Kennebunk, Oct. 31.' Coo-mbs. a year or more ago, j purchased the Walter Day farm on the Alev.-ive Good in Kennebunk, which has been stocked and is considered one of the finest farms' in.York coua- GRfDiRON SATURDAY I ly. Mr. Coombs' father and mother, j three .brothers and his sister live tat farm." iLxreuuve, c. .Rs'i his a Jfer; Rev- Ro'at- Pearson, EdmontOiT- I 'Kei Gcrard Wcst- f F-. Audjfor, James Maun, Reg Deer, forward pass, which enabled on-of the! ue :orwara pass, winch .11 umpire, !TaIe Defeat" into victory, in the 2e' executed. Yale had wor-k-j ied the ball (iri'.vii fioiri I v.rcat FalTi. SH" ion. W. S. C., 0. Yute, C; Princeton, 3. .Wisconsin. 0- Comell.' 18; Chicago, 0. Navy, fj; Carlisle, 0. Brown. 50; Vermont. 0. Harvard, IS; Dartmouth, 0. Pennsylvania, p.; -Itffriiigan, 0. Illinois.. 27; Xorth-'Western, o. Nebraska. 24; Ames, 6. ;jggesi thai" me international league take in some other town in the south if Bmto win not come in. At the present time it impossible to state if Buue wiil join the Union association, California, 23; Stanford, C. Utah. Oregon; }2; A. C.. 0. -Colorado, 24: Denver, o. Queen j iji o HiJc j v. Princeton scored a-goal place- n biu it is general-1 Lincoln, 20; Queen Anne, 0 thought the baseball men famii-ar' Fnrt Woriies, ErcadT.T-v s [in tbe opening period. np to date, that cotfldence fine's, 9; WyoWiiTg S. ROYAL WELSH CHOIR T'ne successful article is always imitated-. "PROGRESSO" is the most successful creation in Overcoats ever introduced into Canada. Its distinctive features are so unique and valuable that thev have been patented. This, however, does not prevent others from making extra- vagant claims for cheap in giving ordinary- overcoats names sounding something like Sensible men know that there is no economy in buying these imitations when Hit genuine OVERCOATS can be obtained at reasonable prices. This trademark is in the genuine. It means value, satisfac- tion, money's worth. Look for it MADE'ANO GUARANTEED BY H. VDiEBERG LIMITED, MONTREAL. SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE BY 87 _ of this international team race, made no mistake in their selec- Ition of Tim. English Runner Recovers Shrubb. the English recovered from the injury to bis has j Abf Atlei, featherweight and Frank Conlcy, holder of the oan- ram weight title, .fought fifrcCn' fast jrounJs. draw Aldiirside at NPW "Or- leans. onlc.v did all The- leading and 2S- Butte will do the same. CHARLIE QUERIE TO Teat and turn it. down, Notre Dame, H; Hose.. University of :rsity of Cincinnati, 3. 0; T.ufts, fj; Williams, 0. Conductor 31 at the indoor games. He i j wanted to enter in the 20-mile inter- j Inational team race held at Madison ;f .Square Garden, but could not secure for a partner an Englishman whom he i thought possessed of sufficient stay. ing qualities to go through such a ignieling contest. j Shrubb is coaching at Harvard jbut has sent out a challenge to race i man in the world over a distance 1 jof 10, 12 or-15- wimxr take all. j Hans Holmer and Gusta Ljungstrom j seem vailing t.o take up Shmbb's defy. McGUIRE LETIIBMOGE! Easy Victor started in the recent j has accepted a proposition to' coach the lacrosse candidates at Co-1 university, York, nest g. HO is due to report .March i'S, and stay for six weeks. Colgate, 71; Syracuse, 6. Trinity, 37; Harvard. 0. high. -6; North Maltnomah Athletic club. of 1-00 IOHC YOtiftg Men's Oinbv 0. Ohio State. 6; Ohio WesSeyan. 0, Case. Keayon, 0. Virginia, 0; Georgetown, West Point, 13; Villa Nova, o Vanderbilt, 23; Tech. 0. Pur'ano, 3-1; Depauw, 6. Missouri State. 27; f that-Bat Nelson has- shown j Yo'ma: Sagncr who j0jBmv ability lo come bacic the fans arc be- 'Daly at thr Marathon Club Sinning to ask questions about Ad. of Brooklyn Cn Saturdav ninht will The liillc champion is still tackle Kid iVlm-nhv the" Vnrk at Cadillac T--" JOIK brofe on- Toirrm; du Lac, -'on 12. has been re-en-; I gaged at. Swarthmore at his own price. I b'nile iviii go back to i Jack Grimes to -Mount and James Byrne to John All these players, even Plenary, are) club players. mile champion is still tackle Kid Murphy the" New York his arm, which _ Italian bantam, for'ton rounds av the' t7 Jftol-arlanfl at FOM the Longac-Fe Athletic Club f 12. The original talent which ap- peared before His Late Majes'- tr King Edward VII. on his official visit to Cardiff, Vval- es, July is, 1007. MAJESTIC' .THEATRE NIGHT ONLY------ FRIDAY XOV. 18. Prices: SEATS AT RED CROSS DRUG fi. BOOK CO. ;