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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Chicago has .aver eighty "fen leagues rolling weekly games. "Ireland' has never won- an Inieraa soccer garae-from England.. Thursday, November 24, ifrio Brief and Breezy THE HERALD'ft NEW BOWLING TEAMS IRE TIGERS DROP THREE TO sflunner. Jfoir, English ttixer, recently broke his left hand. Frank Chance, the Chicago craft: "No, I shan't break up a win- liing combination. The old Cubs are still fast enough to ;Vln the National pennant." Johnny Brers will coach the- Navy baseball team next spring; .On accoitnt i of his broken ankle he cannot join the j Cubs on their spring .training trip. '-The wrestling twist is boycotting Mahraont, the Turkish grappler Breaking away from his. old manager he refuses to "frame" any more match- es. .Mat exhibitions are nearly all Square matches are the excep-: "tion. "A. hippodrome between two clererl ip-applers is more exciting and specta- i calar than a genuine contest. When! the wrestlers break holds, shake their j fists in each other's faces and play .to. the gallery they furnish more sport they irrestle in deadly ear- Since" 1895 Harrard and West Point played IS games of lootbalL Han winning them all and being SCOP on only ones. lit the series Har- HI points to West Foinf s 6i The relative ranking of the football .Officials this fall ia: Referee, Judge, umpire and linesman, and com- pensation should be in this ratio. Ko admission is charged for the foot ball games at West Point, and Harvard and Tale pay all their expenses inci- dental to the trips for the army games. Pendleton, Princeton's most brilliant halfback, weighs only 155 pounds. Six Strong and Well Bal- anced Clubs Picked .-Drawn by Lot Of thirty players who rolled in tae' -bowling league series, not includ- ing last nights- games, twelves rolled over 150 pins per game and are .rated Class Twelve rolled under 150 but over 140 and are rated Class B, while tfce ClassrG, having averaged v underjthe.. 140 mark. In picking-pkyerV for the series the six captains drew- lots, each team be- ing allowed two, Class A men. two B men and-one Class, C.- .In ad- the names of six men who have not bowled in .any 'league game were 1 tnrown into the hat, thus allowing i team the provincial .league, recen Enthusiastic Meeting of Hocfceyists Held Last City League Or- ganized-Will Apply For the Provincial Association of Alberta-.........1 The organization-of tbe "Leihbridge Ed. Putnam, Secretary, derson. The Calgary Herald has presented Amateur Hockey League" was r-ffi ed last night and ;the boys are-off to a good start. Tlie game .ought- to make good here and Lethbridge should -I a cup ior amateur compel be right up and-coming all the time berta on condition that all ___ xuuxcu Letnbndge will likely aave a good the provinces are represented: 'towns in- Southern Alberta, i t-tfOm trt t-no I -I _ I m_ 1.___________J _ r _ _ _ i TKe Ring Tail Bengals are Robbed of a Few More Stripes The Turks again cleaned up every- thing in sight last night, taking, three straights from the-Tigers. Evans was high again' with :559 and Shover of the 'same team, tied Sinclair of the Tigers for second place with 505. Tomorrow night, the Bronchos' and Indians wind teams UP the present The Turks sident, H. Nicholson; Vice-president, f including three Ed. Ptifnam w T jrom. the former city; a second divi-j went only one sibn ..composed of Olds, [loss m'. eighteen, and that one the were: tnrown into the hat, thus allowing in the provincial .league, recent; leod, Taber.and Pinciicr This division .would be composed each teain six: players, one being .al if the enthus-i expressed their deske to enter a sduta! probaNv .Lethbridge, Macieod, pinch- Sin is Tvivitto's says a Toronto man. "They have beaten TorontoB ont of two championships ic Jacrosse, one last year, when they beat the again this year, when they beat up Fitzgerald. They also at a. critical time, and caused darkness -to fan on Argos' championship'-chances.''" Eecently at Rochester, T., Frank- bowled twelve straight strikes for a count of 300. He continued ing town -the team captain is ,at lib erty to .sign up aizv .substitute not member of another team. The draw for "players last night resulted ai fol lows: JSvans Moore, Shover Jennings, Braithwaite, and Wilson. Macdonald Codke, Perci val, Bertram, Cuthbert .and H. Long. owafr "Syslop, ".Davies etriking- until the eighteenth when a split put him out. frame McGraw. .who has managed .New Tork. since 1902, has signed for five years 'longer. In Ms eight years he has won the pennant twice, second four times, third once, fourth once. .It is the general view in. New Torki and in wise Eastern League centres. that. Pat Powers will not be a candi-1 date for election to the Eastern league presidency in view of Ed; Barrow's Strong position. Matt Wells, the English fighter, who put up some hard -battles at the East- ern clubs, is now on his way back to England. He'has been matched to meet Freddie Welsh, the English lightweight champion, for twenty roands at the National Sporting Club of London within four weeks for the Wtle, a gold belt and a side bet of Wells can secure backing for on the other si-de. Sargent, L. C. McKenzie, Coons. Nichols Sinclair, J. V Ross, McDowell, Ellis Eygg, T. Long, 'Hoi mes, Tate, 2weisler. Scarle Kellogg, Quinn, Gibbons, Cooper, Thompson. The new" series have not yet started as there is "still the Broncho-Indian game of the tomorrow night Beginning Monday ..night, .the1 first game is between .the teams of Evans and 3Jtacdonald. ,The former .has de- cided .to call his club the wnile Mac's -bunch-, have adopted the. of -because- Mac says atr the Lethbridge Hotel is any indi- cation. Previous failures were for- gotten ior onoe, spirits of optimism -was shown, and -if the- boys can feel that their efforts to1 promote the of wfiiter appreciated be setiieHi. the, amateur sport-tot-ing citizens of' ern section, and "all the men present at; the meeting last night thought .that it wouid -be a shame "if this city could, net--ling up with them. So .the City League was started and next Wednesday aight the question of enter. -krt.t-X 4 league will to the city, .the problem o-i successful hockey should be solved. A City League was formed. to be known as the "Lethbridge Amateur -It- was decided that a levied on all teams desiring to enter: the The-executive was .in- structed to interview, the -rink, man- agement and ascertain on what terms scout srund town' and secure the i Braithwaite; night the.reports 'of various commit- tees will.be received, representatives of local teams will be present, a "sche- dule'will'be and it will be definitely decided -whether Lr-hbr-irise ca-n line" up a team to .enter-the lists against tlie-other cities of Alberta.. -Officers ot ..the new league 'elected Pres., C." J. EcRstorm; oatronsj C.- A. MagratK M.P 'W. A. Buchanan, ALP-P-, 'Mayor K.'Nourse, K. D. JohnSton.1; Fre- tries of strong' well-balanced Meantime, -any team' wishing" to enter the league can do so b-y see" the sporting editors of the" local papers, or b.y sending their the sporting, editors _of the -local ;pa- pers, or by sending "tlie'ir names to "the .secretary "of .the feague. -'The "Alberta Amateur Hock-ey Asso- ciation is divided 'into four divisions, Sinciair" er. Creek and Taber, all of which plac- .percival es are said, to be enthusiastic over the- proposition. The newly-formed City League will '.be strictly amateur, although any .bonafMe. resident ot the city who wants to -play amateur hockey" this Jointer will not be barred fo'r any- Moore his past-history. As far as jjavfes liia Alberta League is concerned, the proposition' may be -slightly different, as a member of-a competing team in the provincial series-will; in all likc- to have .a; certificate from executive., The-, fact that Taber and Pincher Cr-eekr as well as Macieod, want to. Tig ens .i2s ..157'" 148 ...138 129 171 179 isn 143- 177- 470 454 WINTER SPORTS WIUL 500N BE-ON, "and sporting' goods for cold" weather' will be what you'll want stock is replete with-anything and everything you can ask for and goods .of are Al quality, the best made, THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAGS we show would be envied by a Corbett or. a fltzsimmons. Everything we now show, in the sporting goods .line is of superior .make and-sold -at lowest- prices. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Go. 412 Fifth St. South GREAI CROWDS AFMETS Toronto., Nov. So great is the interest in ,the Varsity-Tiger- game on Saturday that at 1.30 people -start- ed up iu fron.t of Spalding 505 !store- the tickets' are be put' sale> 'about 450 !tickets Vere leffc for the general public- here, and 2' .140 413 740 2242 Holmes Turks 157, 192 ..170 154 117 172 167- i rtft 42G 476 457 505 the faculty of the university decided: to. put these on sale some .time earlier sooner than keep the crowd wkiting.: The situation- recalls the. famous, linear up of a year ago for Ottawa-Varsity "game, and the line that waited in No- vember 190S, to see the" game, wnen scores stood in line for. eignt to ten hours. 841' SOO 782 2423 to WAGERED ON VARSITY THE TIGERS enter teams inr the provincial league, ought 'ifo wake'enthusiasts in Leih- bridge up to the extent of making them enter a team loo. The merch- students .Strong Favorites Ham- and. .or.- concrn. _'_.._ _ the.'City Avill. probably be able ,to .appreciate vthe advertising, value of a.-properly-'run ami" Strictly amateur ,A trophy of some sort ought 'to'serve as an incentive to good con-juice bet of in Toronto. tests, ;and one may be presented be-1 Saturday evening, it'was the local dp- fore long, by some public-spirited mac inion that the limit had been reached for Dominion" Final Hamilton, .Nov. a -certain of local rugby fans secured theycan the route. -Tom Scarle is calling his team .the and Nichols the 'Americans." Connie Nowak and Ellis have not yet announc- ed: the name of their respective teams. Not including last night's games the "Double, .or twelve high men in the'present series, and the team for A. which tney are: J '.Evans (Turks) i si: Long" (Indians) 157 Nowak 165 Moore (Turks) 160 "Sinclair 159 -Macdoaald (Bronchos) 159 Hyslop (Tigers) .J59 Davies (Turks) 158 Cooke (Indians) 150 Rygg 155 (Indians) 154 Mehols 153 MONTE AHELL BEATS WALSH league, indorses the suggestion that slL.asjuires be subjected to an esam- Saation of tie eyes by a specialist be- fore they are accepted by the big 2sagues. Ban has not been heard from yet, but it !s safe to say that the head of the American league will also hold rap umpires until they can show a dean bill of health. Hans Lobert, captain of the Reds, denies that he will refuse to join the Quakers if the disputed deal between these clubs is sanctioned by the league officials- It is intimated in the west that if Lobert goes to the Quakers he through the influence of Charley Mnrphy, who is said to have an in- terest in ihe JACK JOHNSON SUFFEBS FRQ'M BROKEN pounds. tween Banties at Kan- sas City Kansas City, Mo., J- Nov. Monte Attell, of San tonight was given a decision over Jimmy of Boston, aftsr ten rounds of blcSdv fighting here. Atteii claims the ban- tam weight cuampionship by virtue of (his The San yojith won against great odds. Walsn, who frefused to be weighed, is said to have Attell vreigbed Winnipeg and Brandon May Become Member of New' League Winona, Minn., Nov. There now seems to be little doubt of the secession of Du-' luth and Superior from league to' join a bigger and, faster league in 1911, which will include" Brandon and Winnipeg and Min- neapolis and St Paul, the Twin Cities, being contin- gent on the disposal, of their franchises in the American As- sociation. PHILLIPS IS CAPTAIN _____ j 116, the bantamweight limit. Attell Seating Barney Oldfield Gave' Him, foot work managed to evade most of Walsh's rushes and to draw Sore Spot to Coon Chicago, Nov. 23, A broken heart. and not .acute indigestion, is the real cause of Jack Johnson's breakdown, ac cording to. Lou Houseman, who promo- ted .the recent automobile race be- tween Johnson and Barney Oldfield in .Isew York. Houseman insisted, today that it- was the sorest blow to his pride Johnson ever experienced when field beat him so badly. "I visited Johnson an hour after the said Houseman. "Jack was in Walsh frequently rushed Attell-to The nomiliation' wWch the Boston -pugilist into clinches. Ottawa, Ont., Nov. departure on a month's trip to his gary. Eddie Phillips was elected cap.-. tain of the Ottawa football team for ropes and then landed rights to the aniinous, was made.by Jack Williams. jaw -but did not appear to fease accePdnS. Phillips received s IN DEMAND Renfrew Reported-' to be Offering Them Fancy rces .Renfrew." Nov. 23. Even though the National Hockey Association has set a salary limit of upon the var- ious -teams witnin its -boundaries. persistent "rumor Is going the rounds that the Kenfrsw ciub is negotiating, withjhe two Patricks, the object being to have- the western pair again wear red-banded jerseys. George of the Crftaraery Town management, a couple of days ago, would neither con- firm nor deny the statement. He says triat he would again like to sign up the Patrick brothers. Under .the limit it is hard to see where any of. the teams will be "KNOCKOUT" BROWN'IS HOT AFTER LIGHT WEIGHT CRACKS Facilic coast fighter. CHANCE .WORTH According to Magnate. Henry Berry, of Los Angeles, "Frank Chance is pledge from, the players of this year's team that they would all be on deck again in the fall of" 1911. The club will be formed into a chartered asso- ciation. And it was also agreed thai the players should be' allowed tc, choose their own.executive, which will t e t0falow on You Are The Judge 30 Days' Free Trial Don't: be with a steel razor the Carbo-ifagnetic with the that you need never hone. -fire heat, but by electro-carboniza- tion at 2.500 degress Fahrenheit-a process similar to that by which dla- monos nave been produced. WOK fttt THIS T1WOC MAftK i For" Sate By RED CROfcS DRUG AND BOOK CO, AND V CSO. Hi LING, v. aiwLe uf coaapse and was complain- j ing bitterly about the way he said' bench Oldfield had -crowded him. Ke was trembling all over and was as near to sobbing as he possibly' could be without actually doing it, "I saw Johnson's manager last week and he told me that Jack had not oeen the same man since the race." He said he was non-plussed at Jack's strange actions and thought a physi- cian should be consulted." worth about has in-1 be cut down considerably. It is'claim- VestAfl in fay exe. cutive is far too large, and that the vested in an orange plantation needs attention, and may never go player o of stars> t, unless there is a boost in the prices hockey is" likely to suffer for this year at least.- Frince Henry of who is i'is-; on 26. yesterday; however, this .mark was "passed, when a local brokerage office received .word frcm s Toronto house that they had a. wad of money "to place for" Varsity supporters at the prevailing odds of 2-1, and be- fore the day-was-over fully -of Hamilton 'money was bet. with one wager being laid at the -high figure ox 5-2.-. to .S400 .that Varsity wo.uld win the Canadian cnampionship. The Toronto commissioners had loads of money to la_y -on the_ Collegians at 2-1. and _ informed the local people tnat they would-be ready to transact busi- ness at. these figures all week.- As a result there was a wild chase I issue by .several of'the--local plungers, who figured that even money would prevail on the big game, and who had. posted considerable'-coin ago at odds or The higher rate of interest of- fered yesterday was'more to their lik- ing, and it is on record that one of the sportsmen concerned offered to pay the chap he had .-bet .-with at 5-4 if he would'call' the bet off in', order that' the Tiger supporter could get in on the higher odds.- The bonus refused tc attract th's, other however; and he is holding to his bet, feeling rather i joyful over the fa-ct that he got New Tork, Nov. is a new aspirant for the title of lightweight champion, of the world. This time it- is a body who admittedly has.a in either hand. Valentine Brown, bet- ter known under the nickname of _He--does. the- title by default, but says thaV he wo.uld-like to fight for it With that Tiew. panny- Morgan, .Ms. manager, will .match the .boy with th'e winner of the Bat Nelson-Owen. Moran o, which is down.for v vision in San- Francisco. _ "Owen Moran will either knock Nel- son out or will beat-him to-.a -frazzle on said -Morgan today. "Taking this for granted-1 have matched Brown with Moran before a local club in De- cember. Should Nelson win, he can take Moran's place, if he dares. As the local bout will take place in a six- teen-foot ring, I have no doubt that my bqy will clean up. Then we will -go to Milwaukee and demand a match with Ad Wolgast, and if Wolgast refuses we will claim the championship and a .challenge to anybody and everybody, WolgasC-isn't a real cham- pion now. If he would consent to meet Moran he knows he would be whipped and tae title would go to England. But I intend to remove that possibility with the "Knoclvour." Berlin, Ont., Nov. years promoters have refused to" take hold of professional hockey this year' and at present it looks as if Berlin would not be_ a, fixture in the-professional- league. The game was not a success financially last year, which accounts King at" Woil'sgartea, employs his leis- or will be-offered. -There is 2-i ure moments in learning, to operate that can be grabbed coming into Hain- an aeroplane, and has made several i iiton, and in addition to the tc successful flights. He is being in- j ?400 bet, two. other.nice, wages are on nice cdds in view of'the turn that thej for the action.'Waterloo is betting, has taken. j gathering a team., Junior anq That the odds on. the game will re. j intermediate 0." H. A. teams :for Ber- maiu at 2-1 for'the balance of the week lin are assured- seems evident, even though the Toron: ,o press persists in the statements that nothing better than 6-5 has been riciuD's affairs -cauld be better manageq j structed by August Euler, who is skill-1 record, each to fpwAr riffioor-e I ed in the art with fewer officers. AT HAMILTON'S GROUNDS -i- HIGH AEROPLANE FLIGHT It -t. Philadelphia, Nov. Anthony Drexel broke all aeroplane altitude records cere today'when: he climbed above the city in a Bleriot monoplane until he. was able to make further progress in the rarified air. The ink fn the needle of his baragraph ran out at feet, which was accepted as a new world's record tonight by the National Associated Aero Club. Hamilton. Nor. accom- modation for people will be erec- ted at the cricket field. Yesterday afternoon Dr. Barton and several of the Varsity athletic direc- tors visited Hamilton, on behalf of the Varsity and T. A. A. C. teams and in there will be standing room for anotn company with President Lazier and j or at the north end of the field. is hardly- likely that more than people will attend the game. The local record is and while this may be exceeded to some extent, it is- hardly likely that Toronto will con- tribute the expected, although Dr complet. ed all plans for the final game in the Dominion championship series here on The Toronto delegation looked over the cricket field, and were surprised as well as pleased, with the situation, Barton, claims this figure will be ex- there, the new graad stand meeting ceeded. The new stands to be with tbeir approval. It was figured out that Hamilton would people to the .game, and that fully would come up from Toronto, in- cluding Varsity students. As tlK two stands already erected at the cricket field are good for seats will be inspected by building ins contribute j Anderson as soon as they are Another matter dealt with at yes- terday's conference was the subject, q.'1 admission prices.. The local people have been forced to pay 50c, ?J. all Toronto 2Sc ball sion people, with reserved seats at 50c I and 75c- The fans in" both towns will j to stand for an increase on tho! final game, however, as "it was" decided to make the prices for the final game 50c, SI and The seats will be evenly divided. Half will go on sale in Toronto at the same'time that the other half is placed on sale here. In Hamilton the club, members' and season ticket holders will have first chance at the sea- sons, while in Toronto the Varsity or T. A. A. C. season ticket holders -f- will also be given rirst chance. Each individual will be limited to four tickets. This rale will also prevail ir. the entire sale. it was decided .piat with the erection was furnished for the general admis- j the of bleacher seats all around the south end of the field and at-each end of .tho east and west stands, the seating ca- pacity would be large enough for If more than this number are on hand Baseball in Japan is a polite game. In .Chicago's half of the eighth inning, of the second game between Chicago, University and Waseda. Roberts of Chicago; running to first, bumped into i both went to rose b( d Tobita and Rob- regret began care- off each oi er's The a-ccoramoc'ation for the will be increased, as fully thirty news-' paper men as well as half that many telegraphers and their will be on .oV WONT BE HELD UP Ottawa, Nov. to the statement of -Martin Kosenthal, the Ottawa secre- tary, the OUawas will not sia.id one minute for any at- tempted ho id upsf and if the hockey players do not see fit to _sign up for the year at tbe terms allowed 'under the na- tional .agreement, the club will quietly go out of business Tor a year. TORONTO'S FAMOUS HOTEL American and Europeaa Plans, American Plan per day and upwards. GEO. WRIGHT MACK CARROLL I of Wmnipar Proprietors ;