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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta n I Breezy..; f salary has been iy''the (National Hockey Assc- :we; must stkk .right with: McGee -at-j the. Ottawa Hockev .JFIve Ontario-teams, Peterboro, Tren Picton and Port Hope, -.taTe, entered the Eastern professional jockey, a "meeting of the delegates; a do.uble schedule was ar- on January 5. A3! .'games will be. played in three 20- vinihute periods. ball play- like faotli sent tfie .country at a high ;50 per cent .of bothj 'most of the .'.inainder spoil in a hurry." The month A Wednesday. There will be about i in'-Edmonton for that M, week, and the'eyes of the.curl-' -T: world-will this city, Nov.. roads lead b Hamilton today. Toronto is sending p twelve- tralnlbads -and boatloads Hied .rugby .fans. Lovers- of the going all the way from Mont- iar on; the east, Cobalt on. the north. on'the west Every town, hamlet is quota and the attendance will markra-newvlimit for Canadian rugby. 'this morning crowds -began their way towards the ground f X-VTOI rim' >mgnt ;Will Fight To Deteriiiirie Dane's San Nov. The fight take place here last night between Nelson .and -Owen" r MoraV the has ieen. postponed "imtil The bout- will go twenty ro.unds if police do not. interfere. If matcHls allowed to be staged, which in-'.; all .tjrpbab'iiity wiilbe the case, ;it will Iber'taken as'evidence that he-authorities 'iriitiiot. interfere again with, the sport. A number of' smaller .have been; held within the past wo months, without .molestation from WINTER and; sporting, for-cold 'weather Our, replete ,with. you -can ask for and. goods of alf kindi are Al quality, made..; THOSE NEW.PUNCHING.BAGS we show, would be envied by a'Corbett or a ..we now show. in. the sporting goods line is of superior make and sold' .at lowest prices. Spotting Phone 1032 St. South BOWfllL BE; LOST ART he authorities.-but.'the coming.contest s the- first 'really...classy affair' that California fans have had since "Gill- tte swung official knockout last What Jim 'Subject Both Moran" and-kelson have been on the scene been working ,and Budging 'from expres- sions- of there is" not likely to be any hitch in the'show. The cdming battle -will th- first meeting- between- Nelson and Moran the. British 'star was long challenger., of the he held the championship. 'Many are inclined to believe that .Moran will win the de- win. e e- Land -the accommodation will j cision and they'base this thought on be'taxed to the and -if seating'ibe fac-fc .the'Englishman Is the i_lj-_l _' UlOrP __-__ corfaett in. -is rap- had -been, probably more, would be in attendance. many There are for SOOO.. Toronto sent, up .close -to -5000.. Tnere is only one. change -announced line tip, Hamilton skillful ring- general and in twenty, rounds he should'easily outpoint the Dane. "Moran is Strategist Owen knows.' every, trick, wile- and i Suile of the ring. He's an artist Nel-' Denver, two ve'ars box- mg will be a lost art unless the refer- ees change their So said "Gentleman :Jiin" an ".interview pearingr at .a local, theatre, telling the people about Corbett attributes'' apparent loss of interest V tie. game'to the referees. "Glance over the present ring cham- pions and you will catch point he said. "There 'a man "in front at- the -present, time that really knows anything about the scientific end of the game. and Pshaw! .They are bruisers. They arc S not boxers. Get one" of these men in ring and the first'' thing they at- is -T, 'Piayjng.-Barrori onrthe line in- place of on -the other hand, knows- H dcott. may be forced to make of the..finer. points of the game 'He'- a change, "-early in the play. Foulds; Vhad knee and it'is fear- go far. There is a good substitute'for however, in Camp- and always leaves himself v AT TABER Taber is to have a suggestion, which is receiving at-'j carlilig rink and a'1 bonspfel.-will j Wili QQ .entipnand may finally become.a fact, sure to -The rlnlf proposition 'tonlgat at an en- Saskatoon an.opportunity to.look An" to lifting the'tin ware'which -..p X; is emblematic of-the championship O' 1 for ffae building were open- Canada." .'iff contract, was awarded -10 There is talk of producing the Stan- team here this) year, and a few weeks ago a well-known hockey enthusiast said that if a proper rinfc would he built he -would produce the team. The-rink has. been built anr now it is likely the -team will be pro- den. .The naturally wet, is >erv soggy and slippery, not to mention slimy at -one end. The weather is oright and clear after a few snow last night.. These conditions favor Hamilton with their weight, be- sides', handicapping 'yarsity in their j trick plays. is simmering down to 7 to Varsity and will probably hit 6 to 5 or- even before the game start" at 2.45. WE LIKE BASEBALL? ti. Hudson. A site was purchased from H. R. Munro, bis lot nearest to the centre of-thetown, and only five minutes' walk from .the post office. As soon as the finance committee can complete tbeir arrangements work will be and then Taber curlers will soon get in.shape to meet allL Yes. it C0mers- ".......'ballT" During the" 1910 season the majo- leagues drew more than paid admissions. About- 50 minor leagues, are doing business. The clubs average J.5 games each a total of The Average minor league attend- ance is SOO. This.-gives a'total minor' tendance of Added to the major league attendance, the grand total in round paid" admissions. to cash this represents about Sll 000.000. easy open." ttl close Quarters and. when it comes tr infighting'he '-generally is-'conceded tc be king, of them all. Nelson won an, retained the championship for years by rush and "gradually weandown bis. He lost the title because W-olgastf had solved the Dane's style was wise enough to keep him distance always. If Nelson "is as good as he used to be the bo.ut ought'to be a spectacular one... Nelson can be counted upon tc do his best, as .he wishes to prove to the fans that'he is worthy of a return match.with ..Wolgast The Dane's1 mture hangs in the balance in thr coixjing contest wiih Moran. and Bat is enough .to see and appre. date this. shirg in-as if'.they. were in j a '.uu-yara sprint. ..They.get one arra (around, the' other fellow's neck and Then they go it, and.instead ng them brealc the referees stand and-watch them. fellow who has aU-the-better of it in' uure scien- tific fighting hasn't a-chance, and-yet in. reality, he may deserve the title' Given, two men, one far. superior in and ir physique, the othf.r t Cii-iU JLJ, tms rushing and cKnchmg is allowed the smaller fellow can't show his abil- 'As a matter of fa'ct; the man we science is the one Tvbo should the credit. He should be. allowed" chance. It is the business of- the ref- eree to break them.'' There .is; talk in San Francisco of a bout between Anton Lagrave. and Packey McFariand.: Such an affair at catcli.'weights should prove a good card: There-'is'little chance appar- ently of Lagrave or McFariand live-up--to the conditioas of the lightweight class. 'Each of "them is a welterweight pure and. simple. T SOON READY Work is rapidly being" com- pieted on the new rink at the bail park which' should be ready for skating by the'first -r or next week. The original Plan has been enTal-ged. The 1- nni-: is cow somewhat' over feet long and SO feet wide, with ten-foot windbreak. i- lighting- will be solved with .an T? acetyiene contrivance. Semi' For Identification. FINE PROSPECTS Pri Host ofInducements Offered Jo Make the Game More Popular Than Ever Before Daily News Pots up Cap. for Competition in City League rice Do you know of any Clothes that command the 'standard price like the Semi-ready Clothin The first real hockey in Lethbridge came Into existence two years ago, when "a local team was entered a j district league with Macleod and Pin- cherj Creek.' The .teara Une-up but .received indifferent sup- port, and cbaple'd with a poor rink, the-league at the con'' certainly not at the top. Last year's team was a grand success in comparison to the former venture Uood icc-am! a fairly commod- [lons rink, and plenty of good players! made it possible ;for 'Lethbridge to 1 Insane a showing witu tho "puck and] stick. Last year's team was a credit to the city, Bu this "season of hockey in Letb- ondse promises to eclipse the last in every way. A better rink, increased enthusiasm, a city Jea- yye. a provincial- league, the Fit-Re- form trophy for which Lethbridge may oecome-a contender.-, is satisfactory evidence or the possibilities for the game and "added to these induce- ments is the. valuable trophy being presented by our contemporary, the Daily competition in the city league. The cup to b'e prosemed will cost at least There will be another meeting of local hockeyists at the Lethbridge Ho- tel nest Wednesday 'evening, whec the names "of the teams to enter the city league will be presented. The Bankers wm-jikely teams and Ed. Putnam is scouting for a line- up to .represent the Sporting Goods Co., also Hick's Hardware, Macleod Bros., and probably the Press will en- ter teams. Macieod has taken initial steps to lorm a district or enter this division m the provincial league TOeeUng will be held in Macleod next Thursday in tliis connection. Leth- bridge, Pincher Creek, Macleod and 'l'aber will be represented. Would it not be to your profit to investigate. for y0urself fc1ae cost of tiie Semi-ready product? Quality speaks eloquently! Do you consider the just-as-good man, who must 'talk cheap or keep, quiet, a competent cost, and -.profit expert? Tailonng answer -these Questions by a faoe-to-face look at them. Semi-ready, .Limited Qinrles H.'Ndbon Pmidcct 472 Guy Street, Montreal A. Southard s ;