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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Brief and Breezy the greatest -wing player of all time; in his day, part 'owner in a biff -shingle manufacturing concern in Vancouver and making piles of money, "Nibs" was success- f lib in everything he put -his hand to, bar draw poker. is. Big Chief Stallings is already lay- Ing his plans for a championship teas 'The Bisons twice copped the hunting under the generalship of ex-Yankee manager, and B.uffalo fans are looking forward to a third 'pennant in Danny Murphy, Connie Mack's star outfielder, was given a great, send-off in; Providence, K. L, .the other night This is Danny's home town and his friends presented him with a hand- some -two-and-a-half-carat diamond, like popular. win be many new Tuesday, November 22; 1910.' LAM NEWS L ta the 0. H. A. this season. St Thom- intermediate and junior, Chatham Waterloo, Ber- lin and Elmir Intermediate, and Pais Jey Junior. It ,fc said on good' authority that wHl aotVear a Giant zest year, as he .will be let cot to make room for some useful player. -Artie is more than 50 years -coaching is his chief asset. proposed to organize an Inter- hockey league to include Yoric, Montreal and Ottawa clubs. DEATH TOIL IS NOT SO HEAVY Ottawa ana-Wanderer teams, if JMgtte does not materialize, will tie eeMon irith exhibition Pt Kew Tork. K Horan in beat- tef Battling- Nelson in their twenty- bout ait tie Auditorium In San on Nov. 35, the 'chances are -bright that a match wili ,be speedily between, little .English- and "Knock-out" Brown to ;be de- .ctded at the Fairmont A, C., in New York, the early part of next month. Can Morgan, manager of Brown, is perfectly irflling to clinch the'bout. It Is not often that a mere youngster a senior rugby champion- ship team his first year out, but these are precocious daye and. anything is llkelj- to happen. Otto (Babe) iart, the flying inside wing of the T. A. A. C. team is only'lS years old, but he is considered one of the star play- ers of the senior O. R. P. Tj. cham- pionship team. He is a big boy to blush, many a veteran.- He acquired the rudiments of rugby at IT. C. C., playing on the College fourteen last year.. His brother, on. the T. A.- A. C. team also ranks well up in the first flight. He is 5 years the lenior of "Babe." With New Football Rules in the States Leas Injured Chicago, Nor, football cas. ualties and accidents of 1910 were so much -cut down in numbers as oom-. pared with the seasons of. 1908 and 190% that the revision of the rule made last winter with a view of elim mating the possibilities .of -injuries fleets credit" on the'foresight of th rules committee. Football looks les dangerous, in. .the light of these sta tistics'of season.- THE HERALD'S II BOWLERS TO J LOCAL HOCKEY MEETING TOMORROW NIGHT compared with former years Total Deaths. 1910 1909 1908 High school players College players.....a Other players 6 Totals............, ,.14.-23 .03 of Death 1910 1909 1908 Body Injuries to spine Concussion of brain Blood poisoning...... Other causes -Totals 23 13 ENGLISH HORSES WON EVERYTHING WORTHWHILE College players High school players Grade schools ,___ Athletic clubs ___ All others Total Injured 1910 1909 190 17 12 1 10 0 33 21 0 Totals 40 64 13 "Winnipeg fight fans claim they have found the coming champion, the man to whip Jack Johnson. He is al- to colored, "Big Smoke" Robinson is the name he goes by. He has a splen- did physique, is a good boxer, has a terrific -wallop and apparently plenty of pluck. He put to sleep every- thing in the heavyweight line in the west by the knock-out route and the Winnipeg fang, are legion, are trying to match Robinson up against eome of 4he real classy big fellows Pugilism is booming in Winnioeg now and there weekly fights wii a. thousand or two thousand in attend- ance. MOTHER CUP FORCOLEMAN Bill Lang, the Australian heavy- height champion, and Jack Burns the California heavyweight, who made zuch a miserable showins- in with Jim Stewart at the National Sporting Club several weeks ago sail- ed for England recently. re- ceived a cafcle from Hugh Mclntosh telling him to sail at once as he had mm matched to flght Bombordier the English heavyweight, for twenty rounds weeks. Lang "with him, and Coleman, ?Tov. C Football Team journeyed to Michel, J y oa Saturday, where they suc- ceeded m defeajrg tire foot-ball" team 01 the Jatter town in the play-o2 for the Crahan Cup fay a score" of 1-0 The game was closely contested throughout, as -the score indicates. The cup is a beautiful piece of work- manship, and the Colemanites feel proud over the success of the nlavers in bringing it to town. Practically Won Every Bfue Ribbon at International Show New York, NOT. nearly swept the board in the first interna- tional event at the horse show last night Thirty-seven government-hors- es, ridden, by officers in uniform, com- peted -for the honors. The blue, "rib- bon and the Canadian "challenge cuj; t to The bay gelding ridden y C. F. Walwyn, .of the" Roya Horse Artillery. Harriet I, a ba> mare, ridden by Lieut. Geoffrey -Sixteenth Lancers, -was sec nd, and Oka, a bay mare, Lieut. B. Mallarme, First Dragoons, France was third. Lieut. W. B. Sifton, Jr., of Canada, .was fourth, with Ironsides, a black gelding. When class 57, for pacers from fif- teen hands to fifteen, hands two inches had been judged, -there was generai surprise' at the ''announcement that first had gone to the bay Lord and My Maryland., ths entry of C- W. Watson's Fairmont, MACLEOD READY Of C; W. farm.' In'the Victoria class-on--Tues- day night' the pair.was put pat of tho ring because Lord Baltimore kicked, and 'the performance was repeated last, night, because "the judges "thought L-ord Baltimore was- going lame. they were placed >ver Judge W. H. Moore's King'of the West and-Queen of and Paui .star's Dignity and Manhattan. When tie judges were asked the reason for he sudden triumph the Fairmont air, they simply said that Lord Balf' timore and My Maryland "going better they'ever did before." At Lethbriage Hotel Par- lors .Everybody- Invited THERE WILL BE A MEET- ING OF LOCAL HOCKEYTst.S AT THE LETHBRJDGE HOTEL EVENING AT 8.15 AND EVERYBODY JNTER-: ESTED IN THE GAME" IS CORD-" 1ALLY INVITED TO ATTEND. A CITY LEAGUE WILL CUSSED AND STEPS TO FORM" A DISTRICT..LEAGUE WILU_BE- TAKEN AND -'GENERAL 'PROS- PECTS "REVIEWED. ONE -OF THE PRINCIPAL DISCUSSIONS TO COME UP WILL BE .THE CALGARY 'HERALD AMATEUR. HOCKEY cu> WITH LEJH: BRIDGE AS -A; .CONTENDER' FOR IT. New Schedule Monday Next Teams Start Six BRONCHOS "BEAT TIGERS' Two of the Three games last I j, McGRAW AFTER PITCHERS Arcade. THE MANAGER OF THE GIANTS IS CONFIDENT That the Giants Will Come Near Win- ning the 1911 Flag Chicago, Nov. Mc- Graw. of the Giants, believes his team 0i0iW5 ,Lw0 or-the second, Only tw with- and Macdonald, Of ibout whrt 510: Sinclair had hi-h 1 single 201, and Macdonald The scores as. a whole, were .low, neither team rolling buu m any gam-e. One reason for this is the -fact that -a lot of sawed-off pins 'are in use; making it impossible to pull off many strikes, no matter now well the bowl-is laid down. The Arcade management declare, though that new pins are on the way, which is a good thing .for .the Arcade! as r _ i _ 7 In the- second encounter between th Tigers and, .Bronchos at 'the Arc'ad alleys, last-iiight the latter Hirne tables winning two .out of three an supping into second place as a result 1 hese two teams have won ..and los three games each, the Tigers winning two out of the first series and th' Broncs of the second, Only two WINTER SPORTS WILL'SOON BE ON and sporting goods for" cold weather win be what you'll want Our stock is replete with anything and everything1 you can ask for and goods of all kinds are Al quality, the best made. THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAGS, we show would be envied by a Corhett or a Fitzsimmons. Everything we now show-in the sporting goods line is of superior make and-sold at lowest prices. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. hone 1032 412 Fifth .St. South :Muggsywt-'May PoN Off Some Deal to Strengthen "Boxmen t Convinced Matthewson." is the only first-class -.pitcher.' fie..has -Man- '-may, pull, off some deal this winter-to strengthen the Giants n the .box: .much con- fidence, in ,Crandail, but it is said that Ames_has. lost, favor. As far as. the rest, of-the Giants are con- cerned, McGraw will stand pat A GOOD REASON "Why are the English so opposed to- woman "Perha'ps they are afraid of the-fem- inine prejudice in faVor of home, rule." more or less conservative about wha along those lines. The accomplished New York leader Is in- town renewing old acquaintances ac -the .annual' minor league meeting in the Congress and also at" tempting 'to dispose, of a few young, stois whom he has no present use fur. .According jo bis friends, McGraw agrees with 'the., critics .who say that the Giants' prospects are brighter for next year than they have been in some time. During the last four years, when ither -the -Cubs or the Pirates have Tabbed- off all the good .things ir, sight, Mr. McGraw has been weeding i steadily. -He has been one of the best little weeders that.ever tied the can to superannuated ball players, and his work., is beginning to show, good re- r _" _ 'The. Giants won out in 1904 and in 1905 but at that stage the team struck i the down grade and deteriorated stead ily, McGraw declares he realized tha the old combination of veterans could n't hold.together and win any longer -and.. tnat the only way to get another winner was to graft new branches on to the old stock, which he has beec doing, and which, in the opinion of Mr.; McGraw and a whole lot of ex- perts, will bring a pennant to New icrk neJsfyear, or' at'least the year following. some of the.boys are sore. The score: Bronchos 1 114 134 132 Macdonald 194 Ross H9 2 143 152 165 158 167 5 Ttl. 158-r510 WHEN NELSON WILL BE PUT TO THE TEST Ellis REVIEWS FOOTBALL Macleod, Nov. and Bros, put in the successful ten- der for the conducting Of the skating their Bishop of London Thinks Sport Has Helped Mora! Welfare of Country The Bishop of London is evidently a man who does his own thinking and makes his own observations, with the result that he rejects much cant, in the city of Lincoln the second Sunday SCOBELESS BATTLE BETWEEN YALE AND HARVARD .Bertram 723 Tigers .1 130 US 201 159 117 ,'i34j, 130 755 729 740 2224 League Meeting.- After the game last night a league meeting was at which it was decided to draw up a new schedule for six- teams, games -to be played on Monday. Wedn.eS'day and Friday. The four teams at present will be re-ad- in London in three iked Burns to go along as Burns knew there no chance of his getting on any nn f ._ the purpose of boosting the gained The executive committee have the and will make an announcement later. Probably, the supper will be given up- on the occasion of the Calvary teams' visit- Tickets will be offered for sale soon and all persons interested wheth; er members of the league or not, arc' cordially invited to attend. Battling Nelson will stage the third act of his latest pugilistic.- playlet en- titled, "Coming Back for when he hooks up with Owen Moran the clever British lightweight, in a' 15- round encounter Yankee-Thanksgiving day in'the afternoon before. Louis Blots Frisco club. The battle will be the first meeting Moran has .been hobnobbing among the boxing gentry of for several seasons, taking on all the big, little and medium-sized. v Going Fsst Clip _, _ Thus .far in his latest campaign for' getting pretty enewed fame and fortune the Battler .as'stepped a tolerably fast clip, and' ritics who have watched.him in ae- on assert the battle-scarred light- 'eight shows signs of" eventually re- aining the form that made him "king' f them all- a few years ago." In his rst tryout following months of idle- ess the Dane easily disposed of Mon- te Dale before one of-the clubs. With practically no vacation ,be- San JPran-, Cisco for his latest contest, thefmeet-' ing with Anton styled the'- pride of Butchertown; "Nest we fino" Nelson booked with- Moran. Still fur- ther'ahead in.his engagements Nel- son contemplates another tussle with Ms conqueror, Adolph Wolgast. Outcome Importsnt Just at present the mayor of Hege- wisch is busy preparing for his dato with Moran. Upon the outcome of 'this mill depends the future of the, former 157 136 172 3 .Ttl. Captain Davis gave out the future: "Certain it is that I Jook Plans champion. If victorious or successful in scoring-an even break against tha'. shifty Briton, Nelson can rest assured of a big gate when he squares away in his third combat with Wolgast, De- cember 24, according to the promoters'; present plans. Defeat Means Oblivion If beaten or outpointed the -Dane can scratch his name from the list of rea5 contenders. Hence Moran looms up in the role of the sturdy trial horse, and a tough one he is for the backsliding Battler. Promoter Blot, so the story from, the Coast reads, has flashed a tele- gram from Wolgast from the latter's homestead at Cadillac, Mich., in which the champion consents to cackle Net- son December 24 if guaranteed with a privilege of 40 per cent of house. Blot immediately 0. K.'d thes-i conditions and signed- the boys to gear on the day before'Christmas. IVo Wolgast Fight Sporting men who have seen Wol- gast during the last week or two scoff at the "reported match, coming as -it does upon the heels of a dispatch to the effect that the German slugger- cjjc GlT' IL ?ear can not engage in a Boxing Oii iiiai point. Will St. Lo.uis clubs please notice? j contest berore February, owing to his broken arm. Two Night MAJESTIC THEATRE The Great New York Comedy Success ACHELOR'S With J. B. Wilson and Rose Afhsworth, Supported by a Metropolitan Company Prices 75c and 50c Seats Now on Sale at the Drug and Book Store l-l ;