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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD much AW SIGNS FOR 5 YEARS BUSHES SAVED PILOTS'IMS Friday, November IS, -WINTER'SPORTS WILL SOON BE and sporting goods for cold weather will be what youll want. Our stock is replete with anything -and everything i you.can aslc.for and goods of ail .kinds are Al? cjiaMty, the. best made. PUNCHING SAGS we. show -would be envied 'by ,a Corbett or a EverytTilng -we now- show the sportins.'gcods line is-of .superior sold at prices. Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. Manager o Looks J Good; New Yorlf -Club "''Owners Ward Won t Try Phcne 1032 412 Fifth' St South NATIONAL HOCKEY MOVE Who Are Asking for Franchise r- for French Team Nov. the most raierestiag aimottEcenie2.t hi con- nection with today's National Hocicer .meemig isfthe fact thai, Lecours. former pre-sident o York. Nov. J. Jicti manager of 'the New Tork Na-! tionals since July 19. 1902, today sign-! ed a five-year contract with President j John T. Brush to continue, as com-! mahde'r of the Giants. In ,the eight I seasons that 3IcGra.w has been man-! ager the team has finished first twice, i second four times, third ones, -and! fourth once. This is the" first time SIcGraw ever I _____ has been signed Brush! tor a longer term than two years. i TORONTO SECTION Ward Out of Race INTERPROVi CML HOCKEY LEAGUE IN THL EAST EXTE BS OPERATIONS Form Two Sections in Eastern Canada and Will Take m Manitoba Teams j .He would.nVueh prefer to. leave .Tor- IN ABEYANCE New York, Nov., Mont- gomery Ward, who was a candidate AthieEic Association and the 'presidency of the National Lacrosse Club, -will, last winter, will not run ilt 30-flincr tho TT Kennedy, 1-oot after the inter- of .the applicaticn of .the Cana- Athletic Club, for admission in thie professional hoci.ey body. was considerable talk up till last, e-veniag1 -of the NationaJs putting in the association, again, b.ut tfeis; talk pat an end to-' when Mr. L'e'iiours gave his promise to accom- pany 3 ve'atioa in an advisory capacity. against 'incumbent, Thomas J. i Eastern Delegates Want Section in To- ronto and Will Be Given Answer In Ten Days. Toronto. Nov. annual meet- month. K the -annual, meeting nest jj bf tte Hockey Un- Mr. Ylard made pubhc night the copy of a letter he had wm-jion wa3-held here yesterday' the tea to President Lynch. Nov. -lOthi following delegates p'resent: as follows: President Percy Quinn in chair, ".My attention has been .called to j Montreal A. A.; J. Davidson, Hamil- newspap'er suggesdons that! -am to bej tori; Victorias, Montreal, C. Howard; a candidate for-the otSce of; president! Ottawa "Cliff sides, A. of the .National .league at the coming; Wilson: Toronto A. H. W. G.' HACKENSCHMIDT THROWS Hartford, Conn-, Nov. ths Russian wrestler. meeting. These statements Morrojv, secretary. hav'ejbeeii--made wit-iout j secretarr-s report was Two from nuTand I beg to assure.you.that reviewillg. "season's play. be, ai-iizandidatej Plans Projected" p" agreed to throw Hjairaar Lundin-31106 oi niy friendly suspended, to the latter a Danish wrest-i pbssibiilties'. an hour, sccompHsaed the! CUBANS'.-BEAT-'D'ETRCIT a little over half an hour to-! Havana. Nor. Detroit base-' I am against you. Please accept" the assur- to the O. H. A., and if'possible come to some agreement with the-O., K. A., such as forming a central gov- erning body. It would be presump- tuous to ask a large body like the O. H. A. to form a section of the inter- provincial. If the formation "of'-an 336 CITIES ARE IN ORGANIZED MIL Secretary Farrell's Report' Haupt cape nah Driving Into a Thicket -the seeip, disturbed factual tlie' Jgreater-than those' Ban Johnson intends to have tlie I American league adopt a rate'against syndicate baseball. The plan of the league chief is to compel all owners; to give the national" commission and the press a, complete list of the club] stockholders; It .is intended to make syndicate baseball a violation of rules of the game. Statistics, show that of the fatalities attributed to baseball are directly to the game... In the an.-' t Jt nualjist this, year _, ttiretf deaths thai- -rei at 'a rio; when iwere Julled, B. A. the threatens, to. change1 foe baseball mai? at Meeting of Nationa Commission Savannah, Ga.? Nov. the inside facts about-last Saturday's i ind t I'o-i i d' i ae s letters .from big among them being--the marvellous j SSchir SSs To- leap Willie Haupt's Bens took when it jumped the track at the da.u- gero-us Motitgomerv crossroads turn. Nov. 17, tbese feet above the ground s small "Forty-four, branch was. broken off the live oak the were Haupt sideswlpcd.- .Ptfss -'greeted jBetect.ive cs say that the.big.gray car. turut-d'.aid went to arrest a young- -srimnrsniiilt itc o-iiii man nrv street, Thle cjal section in and would serve any A. C. would be willing to go ahead, suspended. but he couldn't see Tjvhat possible good would "come 'of it session today, said: "Fifty league or- saved them j th gamzatlons, embracing. SSC cities-and towns in the United States and Can- times that he afflicted According to officials'of the course, m the of Haupt and Wanner and around Toronto ada, qualified for membership: Eight, were due to disregarding j good T'.' A.1j hundred an'd fifty-nine players were j Haupt faster .than" his advisers had estimated" that he-" could "Two hundred and sixtv-twb and stay the- course- i whue refused to see a flag which the officials at the graad stand ball as he contin'ually.' talking about, the game., and calling Not Buck 0. H, A. Davidson said that the- Inter- pro vincial had np .intention of .bucking.. night. PilkofE was thrown minutes, and Lundin in. 23. in eight; ball club was defeated today by "the Havana nine, 3 to 2. Mr. TJavidson eastern record. The eastern delegates felt, he to y would; b.ut not think putting an interprovincial section here" would 3fe; so were reinstated. c t i uuivioia itu LUV tiKUiu aucUiu. dumber of players drafted by the; gave him to. stop. His car had drop- Aational League, 77; number drafted! ped a bolt in.front .of the pits. The Interprovincial couldn't go dn u A "the present close corpora- of four clubs. Amateur hockey .east-was dead, and something had to be done to save it. i i A meeting j treal today of .brooks, Three Rivers, and Grand Mere. -Section Tlie eastern..; delegates -asied to was- agreed7- to. Meanwhile, the new section in Ottawa ol'd: L6 tO IT i----- r i Quebec will be taken in and Ott was being held in IL a iiontreal team, Sftl: American league, 68; number draft- ed-by .American Association, 13.0.'To- tal amount received through this offi- drafted money re- funded on .drafts Disallowed: National -league, league. National Association 'of- N C.T! 0 N sV'UiNf 10 N E E .Rational Toronto section! of f es-i terflay cdn'side'red the former president of the Korth- western League for territorial rights. with tlie result that W. H. Lucas was Toronto team granted permission to use territory for Johnson and--as-manv- meeting. _af Negro Champion Has a Silver Tongue ?IEOre in the streets "outside. 1 7rt Vm cnn TT--n _ ?v> xn WsU as Golden Smile s I colored suit. New York. NOT. John-j soft grey hat, and was manicured -son, pugilist, chauffeur, spellbinder ho the minute. His personal adom- and idol of his race, was the guest of j inent, -which made him look like a Senator Thomas J. McManus and stel- j transplanted .Maiden Lane jewellery lar attraction at a mass meeting un-j store, eclipsed the garish splendors pC, der the-auspices of the Thomas J. He-! tile hall. He -eras The -fani-i fcawa Cliff sides and-Ottawa-n. have--' first cail over.- Ottawa II." in the state whether they take them in as a- body. A. C. drop out of tlieir .own accord, which they will Mr. Davidson 'thought. -teat -that-jdo if the crabs think it in should be done. In addition he would the hockey. The Man- replace Toronto ;A.A.C. by appli- II. making a section of A.A., Victorias, Ot- .Manns Association in the Bethel Am- erican Methodist Church.. F.ully three thousand crowded into the to a ous golden smile seemed to be shelv- j With, these two sections -in ed for the silver voice. He spoke in! he would form a third in Tor measured and studied tone. the east oronto and two teams, HAKES a fourth in Winnipeg, Brandon a-nd Kenora. He would then affiliate with the i Athletic Union of Canada. Not Advisable Dr. W. G. Wood, of the Toronto A itoba section will be taken in. Officers Elected The officers elected-were: Sutherland, Ottawa. First g. Hamil- ton, Montreal A. Second P. How- ard, Montreal Victorias. The secretary was left to be appoin- ted by the president BURNS IS A HUMORIST Edmonton. Nov. l7.-Just to showf> Tbejrecord alluded to is the-one j A. C., thought perhaps the east "and 4. A 4. his faith in Edmonton bowlers -feis 'belief in the good to be from the recently organizes! city bowl rtala gentleman at the] Bight of these strikes were made in I not has put up S50 even lone game and six in another. Three! Interprovincial- The-V.K managed he cJL i f t T OJ. A> C throw tig" a caam -wmcn ne-had A11 taken-aboard.his c.ar." I with aad Cashed missfig, continued to whizz the ropes in the ninth. Alien.: the., turn until jumped -out of returned ready to continue, -but -trot of even and! was knocked down and again seconds throwing-up the It was the first knockout in Allenis career and the first adverse decision spiashed against culvert he Tvas--'much cemineh-fced'on by the offi- cials remaining here today. At the finish four American and two foreign cars remained on the track. The Am- ericans never for a moment faltered froir. the shrewdly laid plan years- AIIen claims to overtrained. Americans are noted for grabbing-, things, and they are not far; tireat Falls and Missoula, Montana: Boise City and Twin Falls, Idalip. The new tion "The Union" League.-" tYTRlM Yoa can rightly judge underwear bv details. ine securing; fastsnbg of ,sbca details as there tedi- for thoroughness Un'sliriakable 'Underwear is made with fact-one.idea you long wearing The drawer -straps are secnrslv attached on special staying machines. Nothi ng but test 6 ply thread and utmost care are good enough for onr sewing operations throughout. The buttons go on to stay. Every seain, stitch is tight. Stanfield's Unshrinkable Underwear is dependable. ghts and qualities; soft, finely knitted Unshrinkable Underwear. EASTERN CRITICS SAY MATERIAL HAS BEEN THERE 3UT MEN UNABLE TO GET TO- GETHER Team Simply Played Rotten Victory Not Unex- pected by Students Yale's sbow- ng against 'Princeton was not alto- ;ether a surprise and that the'blue, ifter its miserable performances ear- ly in the season, may coine through i with a victory over its ancient rival. i Harvard, seems to be a prevalent op- inion in the east, as extravagant as that..statement may seern. when one considers the comparative scores I made by Vale and Harvard in their earlier season games, this year. Stoddard King, formerly of The i Spokesman-Review editorial staff, now I a freshman at Yale, wrote the sport- ing editor from New Haven two days before the Princeton game that he i thought Yale would beat Princeton, gave as his explanation of the poor I early showing the fact, that the Yale j men simply could not-get together, but that the quality' and class was there in plenty. King -says: Man for Man, Team Is O. K. "The whole trouble.has been this: They haven't been abie to get to- gether. JIan for man, they're every bit as good as Princeton, and pretty 1 nearly up to Harvard. But they have j not got together, except possibly against Colgate, and there you It's jail a question of getting togeth- j er. If they do it at Princeton I think they will win. If they, can stay tqi gether against Harvard they have go't a good chance there, too. "Daly has had hard luck with his ends, and there isn't a fullback in the squad. The fullback place is the only hopelessly weak hole in the lineup. Derning can kick, but he's a bonehead, and the rest can't kick. Howe could not be kept at full because he was needed too badly at quarter. I think he'll show up this Pendleton'at Prince- ton. .The coaches are surely doing all they can. Tom Shevlin blew in a few days ago and taught the team a lot of new plays that they took to like a socialist to a free great generally at tiemeaortv Yankees general- element of victory except- speed and f Iy..un-tl. a to ..coax daring. 'There were frequent comments I Tommy thai the American team, if equipped aided as the champion heavyweight of throughout vdth machines as swift I the world the Americans as those of the foreigners would-have j to'pronounce him a born Amerl- driven them to a better-finish! their doing power in induce j Frank -Lukeman, Canada's speedy HARVARD 10-7 FAVORITE j sprinter, to-reside in-New York." Temp- J ting offers have been held- -out -to the Cambridge, Mass., Nov. j eastern crack, offering him Harvard .football team today forsook position in return for his tiie stadium after an hour's, light prac- j vices. Halpenny, another. Canadian tice and tomorrow- will leave for j athlete, -has also- been invited to Conn... to complete pre- paration for the game with Yale on Saturday at New Haven. Betting in Boston on the game favors Harvard, 10 to 7. change his residence to the Gotham, city. The worst of it is that, they both intend to accept the offer. ..This is certainly bordering on ism. The made-toorder Wants Good Suits. On Special Orders Semi-ready "Suits can ?be'njade your, exact measure in four the factory.' You select the cloth from the patterns we can show 300 special importations for the Special Order send in your, your typft and, general style, and 'the Semi-ready designers make a suit to your measure in the latest accepted style, j .retail tailor can afford_ the'staff of designers and! nor :'can any retail command-the .skill which.-is shown "in'.every; Southard- .Special orders.'' ;