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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY ITERALD Saturday, November INTERNATIONAL GOLF TOURNEY MAY BECOME AN ANNUAL AFFAIR York, Koxp. visit oJ Kdward Ray, Hairy Vardoa and other Kagllsh golfers to Ibis country Is like- ly to result iu a series of international matches similar to thoss ol the Da- vis Tennis Cup series. U Is pointed out that since the compelilloa for the Ccp tennis has received a impels, and It is felt Ibat an icier- national match can be arranged be- tween golfers along the same" lines. British golfers, both women and men. bare at tliaes during the last ten played with more or less fre- quency In the American amateur clmmpicraships, and oo each occasion the interest In the rpysl and auclent patae has been materially increased. The interest lagged somewhat dur- ing the years in which the Britishers failed lo take parti The Eime Ap- plies when America's leading goiters pliyed in the British. title competi- tion, and the arrangement whereby an annual competition, either indi- vidually ur (or teams, would receive the united support of aU aolfers. it is understood "thnt the leaaing golf clubs m tbe Hailed States have suggested such, a series of annual matches to the British golfing suth oritles, and an offer of..a. cup has been made by the American, club. enormous success attaching to the competitions for the Davis Cup in tennis, has naturally made mao> "'golfers whether something like that could not he started in connec lion ivlth H is not only ihat the Davis Cup competitions have been "intensely interesting In themselves but that they hate given a real assist ecce to the game. Lawn tennis has probably never boomed so well as Jiia done this year, and the ordina: afternoon tea party sort of players have been brought to consider the set ence of .tbe game In a way thaj-they have not done in the past. Rut then golf is not lawn tennis; no boom is ne cessa'xy for the, game, and no golf Da via Cup competition s'could ever made golfers study their game mor than they do.in existing circumslanc es. .-The Davis Cap, moreover, hap- pened "-to be an idea that scfioenl caught on, and even if the condition arid clrcuni stances of the two game yrere at all comparable. It Is by "means to be BEE timed that like com .petition would catch on in the sara -These things happen by ace dent But tbe mailer IB especially In teresUpg fit the preienl time, hjve colQcMeoce, 1 have been inform ed.'a leading Am erica a club has ually approached the Royal Aii cienl'cluh with a proposal that an in ie relational cqmpetlUon, to oe regulaily, should be established, an the club to has a cup for the purpose. TUSX ABOUT filXstive Barter (about to father) "Do" you mind shotting your mouth atient one: youT" FADED BASEBALL STAR i 'T-. _____ RUBE AVADDELL'DOWN OUT IN Eli BASEBALL CHARACTER IS BROKEN IN HEALTH AND IN AMERICAN IDOL SO IT GOES Wnlla he Is in collego He pooh-poohs at A Is .With tendons of steel And an And a brain Just the ilze of .flea. And that fe the reason Each vacation season His brainier mails cut a-daah. While over'Ihe way Ho gels three feeds a day For of HOWLANGFORD FIRST WON HIS ROPED ARENA on the STOVAUi RELEASED FROM BHOWN'S FOR SPECIFIC REASONS Manager Branch RlcVrjr, ol Iht St Louis Browns, says toe zeason Stov- all.ivas given his wilking papers a' manager of" the team v.as because i IGNORING BASEBALL P.LAYEKS' KUATEHN1TY Magnates in Session ;il Colum- Omntia dels Xcxl Conventions 0 N'ov. H. Omaha, NYb., was elected as the next mett- ol Ihe annual convention ol the Xutioual As- sociation of Professional Uaseball lea- gues, here yesterday. Omaha IVOL next year's convention in a dost con- test with Nashville, Tenn., receiving H dl the 32 voles cast. Thfro wcro no discussions ol tbe dp- mands submitted by Iho basebal players.1 fraternity, but Ihe natlc-na hoard was instruc-ted to be jeadj tc appear at a conference with Ihe na- tional commission and representative: of the fraternity. Xo date for UK conference has teen set as yet. prevent any trouble, aod Stovall-wos Quebec bis a strong team in the H. A. Ihis'year. Toronto. Batons will have tlieir shop league again, and the O.H.A. at all. l not enter Eddie Gerarfl has been offered 600 to play hocker Uiii ifinler, all .pi which shows bow bard it is [or a first class athlete to remain an Up to date we have beard very lii- tlo Crora Ottawa about where Alt. promoter, ever made the in Louisville, when be gave Choynsli ompll.: canned." Sln'ce the' season lo meet his champ, Joe. Wal-.ciosnl stovall has renewed Us efiotls colt, Walcott stopped Cbojnakl RC, olhor to jump to the seven rounds, and the name ie made but Kicker says tie lias hem feras, u cer says ie ias em by. the performance brought O'Rourte! anrt lha( the and the colored demon many o( tho st Louis Air.ericaas will amis oi dollars after that. Wolcotl fmain only weighed 13! while the jreat Hebrew, who holds the record as being .the only man who ever fcnocked out Jack -Johnson, was just past the middleweight stage.. Choyn- sii got every nickel there was in the house. got nothing. This is how the fight was put on Choynski was too sick to %ht and to O'Rourke and asked lo be let ofi. This Tom retused to sanction, and ChoynsVi refused to box. .Aller a qood deal oi haggling, O'Hoiirke of- fered to give Choynski every dollar in the house if he would go in and put on the fight. O'Rourte saw that his man Walcott could beat Choyii- SEith is going to coach this -R-inte-. ski in his ireayened condition and w Phila'deliAia, November "Rube" Waddeli! Broien in ntBlth and in foruice, ne is out in California waiting tor the final, I'your're Once, the pet of this great cpmaunitr, Ihe Idol ct.oall fans throughout Ine.Americim'lcanue'. circuit and .the IBM i about "tf'plaver of his day, there ia noTf Bone so poor as to do him honor. one can" do. anything for hlia. .A secret order .of which he Is-a mem- ber IB supplying his'material needs, but tbe thing that "was his whole existence can never be supplied again. That was notoriety. He had the natural vanity or childhood and tbe strong man's kLowIedge 'of his strength.- He craved adulation. It was not flattery, for no better pitcher, ever hurled a ball, and the praiae he gained he earned, and Jf poor TA'addell was vain he had reason to be. His eccettricltris were his He could not help being hiqisell. Under th.e! guidance of Connie MactfT he'.worked hard .when he felt like it, and''.wh1eur6e had the inclination'to Mack let hinvkave his said little or nothing. .Alas, poor Al can.pause in our selfish ways of the world_lon5.enough toiisn for the fate of the overgrown chili whose wo.-ider- fnl skill and whose pddluis amazed and amused us'for so long. Ho did little haini to nny save .bimseir'aod he gave cleas-jre 16 lesa thousands. Jlay days be free of.pain and fiili of happy memories of hlag'jamess.-, never had winner, but he manages to get a job just the same, hoekey, fans arc wondering wbat lo do in regard to filling the shoes oftProut, who played goal for them' In past- years. Pront Is In Sar; nia this .winter, where some other stars of the winter gatsa have gather- ed. The St. Nicholas rink of New York are trying to arrange" with 'Varsity, McGlll, oTueen's, Ottawa College :o play-a series of games there during :he Christmas -holidays. willing to. taie the chance. Thcie was in the hoi'M. Chpynski was kodcled out, but gol the. Valcptt got the reputation of barapion. PELKY AND BURNS AT MOOSE JAW t'orhicr Expects lo Jlcct Gun- boat Smith January San Francisco JACK COOMBS' RECOVERY NOV2 Mcmtnts for Athlete's Pitchtr Upon Sick Btd, A Philadelphia paper recently said: The happiest man in the University, hospital today was Jack Coombs, atoic pitcher, of. the world's champion Ath- leficR. Jack-had every -.reason to be happy. -The doctors lold-him that If he .Is" good they will taia on' tho wcUhts thai hare held him helpless to a cot In the hospital since Septetn- Jaw, Nov. 14. Tommy Lurni; ei-hcavyweight champion, and her 1. Art Peltey, the Canadian as- j -But something else made Coombs pirant tbe through joyful. His teammates, while win- the city jcsffrday on .thtir Way ncd dining at "a sumptuous ban- Calgarf. 'They "will remain- in the 'Alberta city for a while, belore de- parting for California, w'here, i'elkfy is eipecteil to meet lor white heavyweight champion- thlp on January I. _' Burns is very optimistic over the chances of his protege, whom, he1 claims, has developed. Into one of.lhc shiftiest heavyweights' ever producAI. The battle will bs over the champion- route ol rounds and will be fought in Jimmy Cofirotb's arena in Kan KranciEcp. The two men are reluming irom a visitt fo i'elkey'j home In Chathlm, Ontario. Sevtntetn home have been made in the last tight-world't titles leading. of the big Eittern "univtrlilies to be about to adopt mov. Ing plciuret In th; development of Its torn, in tie Bellevue, dfd not forget th-.ir old pal. Some time during the night some one sneaked up-In the room in hospital where Jack Is lying and found him asleep. Jack woke up during the night with strange of oppressiveness and a'fragrant odor'in bis nottrils. tlrred. uneasily and glanced down on Wliat he saw brought tears lo his eyes, for 118 cot literally was covered with American beauty roaea, carna- and lillies of the valley, which filled room with. Ihelr fiagrance. Physicians at tho hoapllal IS KILLED BY TRAIN Here's the Overcoat Collar You Want when The Mercury drops Below Zero It o UR Shawl Collar is the coziest contrivance that tailors have invented for many a day. It turns up around the ears out the biting winds and piercing may be worn as shown above. Our Overcoats with shawl collars come in warm, soft, fleecy materials like Chinchillas, Whitneys, blues, browns and Heather bolh single and double breasted effects. It's getting colder all the time now. And- now's the time to get your real winter Overcoat. to .New Yori-Sov. roan heller- (o be.Torfitny Burns, the world-fa- rnoua Jockoy, wag Killed this morning hy an derated (rain In Rrooklyn. A contract to ride in.Jlerlin raws was found In his .was .William C. Whitney's Jockey, Ii longer than Ihe average sculler, Iwi 301 winners. McKelvie McGuire ;