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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday. November NO GENUINE SPORT 'is :neglected in our collection of sport- -ing goods, We can supply everything [needed in every pastime from the gen- .tie croguet to the strenuous boxing- NO SPORTING GOODS could .be "better than ours. They by experts in each line. Come and get your o.utfit here. You'll be no less a sport for saving the difference between our prices .and those charged ;by others. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co, THE HERALD'S NATIONAL LEAGUE OUTDREW THE AMERICAN Almost One Million -People Witness Bali Games in Major Leagues Phoho 1032 412 Fifth St South BRUCE RIDPATH ONLY OUTSIDER Ottawa to Depend on "Home-Brew" Hockay Players Ottawa, Nov. liockey bee Istarted bussing in earnest last evening fVnen. the first gathering of the Ottawa and Cliffeide Hockey Clubs were call- id. Tie Cliffsides will meet tonight to delegates to the annual of the literprovincial -Union, which takes New York. Nov. grand toi; (of persons witnessed the com bined games of the National and Am erican Baseball leagues during th season just closed, just 3es than in 1909. The decrease occured in the Amer .'can league, the National showing an increase over 1909 of Ba Johnson's organization showing a fal ing off of from 1909. This fal ing off is due partly to the early se tlement of the American .league race it being a foregone conclusion that th Athletics would win a month befor the close of the season. The National league outdrew -the American by Last season ;the American outdrew the National more than Since the American league expand ed last in 1901 It has o.utdrawn the National six while the Nation place at Toronto Saturday, while the al fcas outdrawn the American fou will inauguarate their 1911 "campaign with the election of officers Thursday. Tie. Ottawas the same will likely -continue management as last year, D'Arcy McGee :will be' re-elected president and, although. Messrs. Bate Mulligan and Bryson are anxious to Set out of sport, it is likely that they oe induced to continue at the helm lor another season. The Ottawas are in favor of ad- inittitig Quebec and forming a six.-club league, "but they ridicule the proposal to establish a salary limit, Mr. Bate statiijg that clubs would observe it di- rectly- and ignore it indirectly, hand- ing oat what they pleased on the side They are also in favor and -will to the p'layers. of the "paid p 'insist on' the maintenance of the rule binding ail -the players, unless releas- ed, to -the clubs whose property they re last year. it is learned that the Ottawas will try out Horace Gaul, Nick Bawlf. Ale, Currfe and other local boys who play- ed with Eaileybury and who are now iere, and that Eddie Gerard for foot- ball fame will be a candidate for the forward line. Bruce Ridpata will be the only import, home calL boys being given CURLING PROSPECT AT TABER Taber, Nov. are teing made for the erection of a curl- ing and skating rink. Mr. A. B. Cook ias made a proposition which if the curling enthusiasts can raise the nec- essary capital will insure a curling ring for Taber this season. Taber can toast many veterans of the 4'roarin' gams" and interest in the project is fcigh. YTnether plans for the curling rink materializes or not it is assured tliat -we -will have an open air skating yini. The Boston Americans carried ofi the individual honors, drawing 740.250 persons, an average or to a game. Chicago "Nationals', ware a-close second with a total, of New York Nationals were third with a tota of and the Athletics fourth with a -total of The Athletics outdrew the Phillies by aver- aging to- a while: the Phil lies drew an average The Phillies did better showing an increase of Four cities in the American league, Boston, ,New York, Chicago and an increase, while St Louis and Cleveland fell behind. Five cities in the St. Louis, Cincinnati, Philadelphia and better -than' -in 1909 while New York, Boston and Pittsburi fell off. As a road team Hughey Jennings' Detroit team has them drawing showing all beaten, Hughey's popularity. New York tionals were the next best drawing team on the road ,with a total of 724. While the majority of the west- ern clubs have an advantage with Sunday games, the east has outdrawn the west by The eastern clubs outdrew the western in the American eague, while the west ontdrew the east in the National. COLEMAN WINS CUP Cranbrook, Nov. brook and Coleman football teams played at Fernie Satur- day for the Mutz Cup, and the championship of the Crow's Nest Pass. Score, Coleman 1; Cranbrook 0. MANY FAVORITES WERE BEATEN 1910 a Bad Year For World-Beaters They Blame the Comet Bat Nelson licked-by Ad Wol- gast. Jim Jeffries beaten up by Jack Johnson, Pirates, World's Champions, play like bush leaguers. Tigers, 1909 Champions of Am- erican League tamed. Robert Gardner, Golf Champion, -loses title. University of Chicago beaten by University of Illinois. Yale beaten by West Point. Athletics defeat Chicago Cubs in World's Series. CALGARY TO SEND BOWLERS TO SPOKANE Game by Telegraph Between Calgary and Medicine Hat Calgary, Nov. a meeting of the senior Bowling league here last night it was decided to send one or two teams to the Spokane Bowling Congress next March.This will be the the West next year, and as Calgary has some very classy pin topplers it was the-general opinion of the meet- ing that this would make a good showing and should be represented there. A match between a Calgary- picked team and a Medicine Hat aggregation" has been arranged to play by tele- biggest bowling event of its kind in graph in the near future. A TORONTO BOY MAKES GREAT SHOWING BIG BOWLING EVENT AT ST. LOUIS IS .SCHEDULED Game Will Get Boom by Rolling Tour- ney After' New Year's St.'Louis is in the thick of prepara- tions for the coming national tourna- ment of the American Bowling con- gress, scheduled at the Coliseum from January 21 to February 6, 1911, and the Mound city promoters are talking up an expected entry list of some 450 clubs, 50 more than turned out for De- troit .last-spring. The greatest reason for an expected gain in the number of entries is down, to the early date of the opening, which is set for January, nearly two months earlier than, the usual open- ing-games have been rolled in the last few years. Chicago held the first meeting of the congress back in 1901 and games were all -rolled "within the two weeks or New Year's day.- SincVthen the date for starting has steadily grown the -tournament later until at Now that the lamb has got the butcher groggy, as we say down in he yards, we are once more numbed! with surprise. There was something wrong with lie dope this year. Perhaps the come has something- to So with it. There have been so many favorites in bet- ing gone wrong that the sure-thing 'layers will have to eat snowballs until long after Christmas. First it was Battling. Nelson who big favorite "in the books to etain his lightweight crown, when he met Ad' Wolgast last Washington's irthday. There was a wail from the inchers when -Bat bowed before the ough little Dutchman. We no sooner ad recovered than everybody began tell how Jim Jeffries was going o crush Jack Johnson into a grease pot. Well, we saved up our wages nd went with, the wise geeks. You all know what happened, but some of Jimmy Archer, the Toronto boy with the Chicago Cubs, has had fewer bases stolen on him during the past season than any of his other 22 -rivals. The Chicago star in 49 games allowed 37 pilfers, or .76 per game. McLean, of Cincinnati, ranked second. Gibson, of Pittsburg, maintained his reputation as an iron man, Ms 143 games being high for the organization. In this Marathon stunt he allowed 135 steals., an average of 94. "per game. Kling. of Chicago, did slightly better, allowing .91 to steal. Carrigan was the only catcher in the league to take part in over 100 games, while he was one of the four to allow more than century of steals. JACK JOHNSON GOING TO FRANCE TO FIGHT New -York. jNTov: 'John- son, the heavyweight pugilist, is go- ing to try'to find a ioeman worthy of his steel in Europe. He said yes- terday that he would sail for France about 15; with-tine possibil- ity that he would do some fighting abroad. "I am sure there is somebody to fight in France or said Johnson. "After'I got through at thought I would never fight Pretty soon I came to the Reno I again conclusion fight in ,a year. Now and the quicker got tired of loafing, I can make a good match, the better satisfied I will-be." Johnson said he would consider an offer from Joe Jeanette if a purse was arranged, as intimated by a Paris promoter. Louisville a fashion for beginning on St Patrick's day was set and it has been adhered to pretty much ever since until St. Louis made a big pro- test at Detroit -and-carried its point by getting the dates in January. Baseball "interferes Starting the meet in March has al- ways cost the'' promoters. a lot of. en- of baseball and.'fans alike turning from the Indoor game to the diamond sport, and showing only lukewarm interest in the annual tour- nament. With an early date it looks as though a lot, of diamond stars will take part in the meet this year, while xnewspapers all over the country "are expected to devote more space to the meet, as their columns will not be filled with reports of the spring training trips7 of their, ball clubs. The Missouri promoters are, almost A match has been_ clinched-between, without exception, different men from those who ran the 1907 gathering, the Owen Moran ami Knockout Brown. They will meet for 12 rounds before the Armory Athletic Association of Boston on Tuesday eveniog, Nov. 22. Danny Morgan, manager of Brown, MI cepted the terms and telegraphed Ms acceptance to tbe club officials. Brown, is also matched to fight Tommy Mur- phy at the Olympic Athletic Club to- night. are still wondering how we could ave been so foolish as to be touted n a cripple. Come Surprises in Baseball In a baseball way, a couple of sur- rises came this season when the orld's champion Pirates failed to now what was expected of such avage maneaters. Also the Tigers, 909 champions of the American ague, went the same way and shock- d the Detroit fans. There is more to come. Of course, "give ear all ye who lose yourselves obody but himself cares, but another in their meandering ramifications and objection by crying Tie-Fie" four OH YOU AMERICAN FOOTBALL RULES one that has set a low-water mark for the A. B. C. contests. In that year the players were given sectional alleys, a poor building located a long distance from the center of the city and a jum- bled schedule, and to cap it all a warm wave hit the town that forced 'the players to shed their ordinary coats on the street and to walk around in their shirt sleeves, the temperature being absolutely against nigh scoring. Brief and Breezy RING GOSSIP Who is middleweight champion? Sam Langford, Billy Papke, Joe Thom- as, Hugo Kelly, Frank Klaus and Frank Mantell are scrambling for the Utie. "Tex" Rickard and Jack Gleason, promoters of the Johnson-Jeffries fight, are telling New York newspaper men they will open a Broadway office November 1 to receive subscriptions to start a new league. Red-headed boxers aren't usually quitters, but "the critics are accusing 'Sandy" Ferguson of having a yellow streak. He simply refuses to stand the gaff in a gruelling fight Jim Barry made him quit recently. Willie Lewis and.Dixie Kid, the ne- gro fighter, are going to battle again. I om O'Rourke has .matched them to meet for ten rounds'at 'the stag- of the national Sporting .Club of New York NOV. is. Lewis begged O'Rourke to put him on again with Dixie Kid, and as the latter was perfectly will- ing the bout was quickly arranged. Jack Johnson has received an offer of to appear in Paris and it ig likely that Jack will accept. He will go west again before -crossing the water. "I will be in -England in April, says Johnson, "so I might as well skip over, collect the coin and give the Parisians a glimpse of the real stuff. Just whom little concern. I hope something classy. It I meet is of they uncover would liven things-up, for I see no chance of a good bout in this country." The crucial test to ascertain'wheth- er or not Battling Nelson can go the route "against a good, fast boy will come when he meets Owen Moran at Jimmy Coffroth's club in 'Frisco Nov. The contest will be fought in the afternoon and will be- an open air affair. If Nelson makes a creditable fight against Moran he will get a cnance at Ad.Wolgast, who won the title from him at Port Richmond, CaL, on Washington's -birthday, February; BASEBALL NOTES The Athletic did not draw as well the past season as they did in 1909, bowing a decrease of A great crop of ball players is ex- pected to attend the major league'base ball convention- in New York. Some ort of a protective organization may be formed if Fletcher's third league reject falls through. President Charley Ebbets, of- the Brooklyn" cTuii, 'signed- a if youngstersifor next season. Bbbets leiieves that the Dodgers will have ai Jiance for the pennant in 1911, as this ear's leaders-are going back. Harken, O ye who find the new foot .and the umpire is obtained, unless ball rules a puzzle and a snare, and tnere be objections on the part of the opposing captain who shall signify ampion, Robert Gardner, bit the ust in a golfing way. He had to ve up his crown to Fownes-of Pitts- urgh when they played for the na- onal championship on the golf links. pertgrinations. Just Like This game is divided into four times. running with tbe ball a player shall not touch it with his stanzas of eight verses each. In ,b.ut carry it between his teeth. verses there are sixteen periods and Store and pivot teeth lost in this man- get more downright wear and comfort out of a n Prussian n Overcoat than you ever thought you could .get for the thirty-two semicol-ons. Between per- zer shairbe-retrieved by the referee. Miss Dorothy Campbell, wo- j one may smash an opponents [though time shall not be taken out for slats or manicure his map. Between jiuis purpose. the semicolons it is permitted to make J the choice of goals, a toss faces.and breathe. jof a coin'shall decide. The umpire and after each per- .shall, for this borrow a quarter from man golf champion, was beaten Miss Margaret Curtis, of Boston. by team, champion of many years, beaten by the West Point cadets. That was something else that never before. the referee AROUND WORLD ON MOTORCYCLE New York, Nov. attempt to break the New York-to-Paris motor record, established in 1908, will be by Roger Colardeau, Frenchman, who is made next spring an adventurous now in New York. He will use a mo- torcycle instead of an automobile, be- lievng that, barring serious accidents, Ban. Johnson, president of the Am- erican league, is in. favor of reducing the number of called balls from four to three. Ban will bring up the mat- ter before the meeting of the baseball men in New York next month, accord- ing to "report. Overall, the Cubs' pitcher, will like- ly be seen behind the bat next season.' He filled the backstop position in his college days at the University of, Cal- ifornia and is therefore no stranger to the mask and protector. In any event Overall declares that he is through with pitching. John M. Boyce, of the Herald staff, yesterday received a letter from Eddy Collins the famous Athletic second baseman. The Quaker City has litely been married to Miss Mabel Doane, of Philadelphia, and he wrote shall change referee, and shall borrow a half- to arrange for shall hug dollar from the captain of the oppos- jig team. It will then be a toss up and the head linesman shall