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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tETHBRIIXJE DAILY HERALD Frlilny, XovewlHT 21, r j 4 BROWN MAY JOIN FEDERALS Former Pi'.cW to Chicago Tom Is Chicago. Xov, llroivn, tao famous pitcher, formerly of the Chicago Nallouals, and now with Ibe Cincinnati t-lub, niay take tho inauaeeiaenl of the Chi- cago ivdcial league leim, it was said totisy. E Majority of Magnates Lined Up Behind Him-Nol to Resign as Gov, PELKEY IN TRAINING NOW AT CALGARY APPEARS TC BE IN FINE CONDI- TION FOR FIGHT WITH GUNBOAT SMITH Harrisburj, I'a-. Nov. t-ur John K. of 1'esnsylvania, Mid tcoiight that only a few minor details were to fce arranged before his 'uc-wptanre of.ttc presidency o! the National bawtall clubs. Jit made this stabmtni pn his in a train tor I'Liladelphia, after a four 'and A- hall hour "coafcccnce with lie committee o? four repres'nUriEj the clubs of the league, and Charles Kbbrts of the HruoUyc club, tbat he regarded the matter as set- The goTerrnr was lecdettJ the presidency ot.the league, be'ng assur- of all clubs by H. roprtEinting the N'ew Vorfc club Harry Acierlaod, reprE- Milting Chicago Chat Irs H. Kbfcels, Brooklyn and W." F. .Baker, Hhila- lie I phi a. Barru-y Dreyfuss, pUlsbuig; H. 11. lUliton, Si. Louis August Herr-, Cincinnati, and'J. K. Ganaey, were unable to be bete, but it' was stated thai tfry were in ac- cord Tjith the proposition to elect the president at the meeting -in York on Dee, 9. The cominit- members were Bursts of tfce gor- croor at latchtoiv and spent .the whole afternoon closeted with him at the executive mansion. Tlicy lelt at 5.30 for Philadelphia, where 'the gov- ercor is to attend a function tonight. the way to the. train, the gov- ei-nor said, "r I accept the presidenfcjr of 'the Xzl'waal I shall not re- Man as governor- S'eiiher will I "give loy undivided time to the affairs of the League for the rematnder-cf my term, as governor." -I was suggested the governor that it. looked as i( he would be-cbosr ent and he replied ft "It IcxAs that vray. I do not tl.e terms in detail are of any special interest. I "will accept when fliey aie all is .understood that the gover- ilesired to. have some further cotnTTKuiicaUon nilh (he club owners not. litre, but, from all liare declared that Ihciy tftshe him, aiid tlra-repitsentatives here said they wnsldered the inalier closed, the terras be "for five years at S3 j, ooo a" year, according to reports rjlrcvlaletl, which the gov- fmor ar.ri the represeritalHes wo sialie no official statement. aged won the Australian open golf championship 'two years In succession, wllt'go after the tltTe next year, Cai.sary. Xov. hare Seen privileged la witness thp prelim- inary tralnfas. of Arthur Pslkey for his bailie with Gunboat SniJth on -Yen" VVar'i day in San Francisco, are unanimous in Slating that the bis fel- low will 50 Into ring on the holi- day In the ftbesC of condition, .and teat te has made big strides tn mas- tering some of ihe finer points ot'llie game since he was last seen in action. Hts training carap has been estab- lished In tie downtown district. VCT- terday ne Bad as his sparring part- tier the somewhat ancient but very much expericursij Joe Grim, who will be remembered by Calgary fans as Ice man with whom the lite Luther 'ought his first fight back In Considerable linie was spenl yes- lerday in .wrestling and other wind improving exercises. This is but a preliminary programme. Felfcey .will down to ihe harflest kind of work nest Monday. From then until the day of Ihj battle he will wbrfe at! high tension) Tommy Burns, his man-! and trainer, will doa the glovesj sctth Pelkey and will be- his chief sparring .partner, -while the pair star in Calgary. FRED CLARKE'S CONTRACT Pa., Nov. 20.--President IJarcev Dreyluss, of the Pittsburz Na- liocal league baseball club, received a from mati- of the team, requestlns Ibat. a contract be forwarded immediately to Clarke's Kansas ranch for signature. The document has been mailed. BOUT IS POSTPONED San Francisco, Sov. bout between Frapkie Burns and Johnny' JlcCarthy. iishtWEiglits, scheduled lor I next MoEdav might.'has' beea'pOE ed tor one night. Robert Ober and Company in a from Wm. .A.- Braiy'i Thutri, London "Ready which comes to the Majestic Theatre for two nlghls and Saturday btglnniny" tonight (Friday.) CLABBY .CLAIMS TITLE San FraiicisRO, Claijby .the Hammond middleweight, who is matcbed to box Frank Losan, liveplj rounds, iere on ThankEgiying Day. is b'efe for thft battled Clatby aonoucceii Ms intention of claiming the middleweight cmlng that be would defend the title at 15S pounds'three hours before the PRACTICING FOR HARVARD GAME team Jiad 'its linal practice ior.- th'e Harvard game today, and the was comparatively light There was only fifteen minutes of In jo put forward, jylini; the luattor is cou- H Is the (ccMng-anioiif the men at ihe head of the cluu that it not bt- for the best if Kv- Sina were to ma'se tho trip with con- Jltlons as t.'ie.v are Ihis year. Among the' most serious o'uslaelcs hich must be overcome, if the trip is made Es thut of getlins (ho members of the team.away from tUeir work for the tir.iu necessary '10 make tho IOUK journey. So'roe of the men have as- sured the executive it Is uilcrlr impossible icr ihem to get away now, and it of the.CIUCElion for the team to go unless every regular man fan gel away. t FINNISH RUNNER WALKS CAR. PET AND PRODUCES MORE CUPS THAN ASKED FOR BASKETBALL GAME AT Y.M.C.A.1 TONIGHT The- challenge issued by Knos has bee n taken i'p by the St. Cyprian's ball toEsers. .The teams will meet lsht'on the Y.M.C.A. floor at S.15. The followlug Knox flayers are re-' quested to tarn out: Murray, Rash, McKafn; Campbel.i, A: Robertson, .Bon- nell. Wallace, Cronk'jtie, and M. Rob- inson. N'ew York, Sov. Koh- lonialnen, Olyiupk- runner. came from' Finland and joined ihe Ir- lEh-.vinericau Athletic ypiiearcd Ijefort1 the registration committee ot the .Metroiiolitau district ol tte Ame- teu.- Atlilfrita t'nlun lu be qutslioned regarding reports that lie is a pro- fessionnl anil not an ametcur. Hav- ing bern directed to produce all the prizes" ue Had won since coming to America, Kolilemalnen surprised ihe rouunlttee by producing thrco moie troLihtcs than tlie inveailgators' The FliniUli runner drove In an antoutoblle. filled with cups nnil medals and nrovt'il to tile com- iniltce's satisfaction, li was Eald. that he had not pawned any prizes award oil him. The committee reserved de- siiorllng men familiar with the in- quiry characterized It as having fal- len through for lack of evidence. All of Kohlercnlnen's tropliles were re- lumed to him, and it was pointed out by his friends Ifaat had he been found guilty of professionalism they would have been, withheld by the commit- H.waB learue'l lUat' no direct clinrgp'vas filed ngnlnbl Ihe runner and irijome quarters the Inquiry was rfgardetl as the outcome merely of stateinenls by athletes envious of Kphlematnen's successes. i j r Rind or Clothes THE Hobberlin suit or over- coat, has all the distinctiveness arid indivicluality that carefully dressed men look- for in their c That is successful hien: wear Clothes. l and Winter Styles here. are From to and up to For Suits or Overcoats. BUCHAN ._406-5th St.. -Tise Mes's MM Bryan-Block Sole'AgenU for Hobberlin Tuiloring i 'MR. WM. H. HINDLEY; MISS VERTA PICKEL, 1312 6th S............._____....... MR. CHAS. WESTLEY, 917 8th SL MISS MAYME MtMAHON, Earont, MISS ROSF Xlta J MISS ETHEL L. RAMSAY, St. Kllda, MRS. E. IJth.St -.MR. EDOA.R 8, C............ :KR. St, .MR. EDWARD READ, ptncher.Sution, MISS M. E. A lit................. MISS ETHEL SAUNpERS, 623 10th MISS MARY McixJNALO, AHl............. MRS. A. B. PIPES, 414 6th MRS. L, 9. SPARKS, RsymornJ, Alia.. MR. GERALD DULMAQE, Bow Mini, MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 10th 81, MISS LAURA B.C. MRS. 0. H. BENSON, Diamond City, MISS EVA HUTTON, 814 6th Ave.'S........................... MISS FLORENCE SHAND, 343 N.'..................... 60.500 MISS JEAN PATTERSON, 650 6th SI. MR. Alia. 'MISS HELEN LEE, 208 S1h Ave.. -MISS MAGGIE tlh Ave, N......................, CLARA BJORKBLAp, 1220 Sfh_Avt, S......... CHIEF- MOUNTAIN, Blood ReUrvel'Madeotl PottoffiM........, THE.CONTEST CLOSES DECEMBER FIRST KINO GEORGE NAVY PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO 10 1.8 IN A OtASS BY It surpasses al! brfiers in quality and flavour because the (xocess by wliich it is made differs from it deli- and nort-irrilating. SOLD EVERYWHfRf: lOc A PLUG ROCK CITY TOBACCO Cp0-.Manufacturers, QUEBEC ;