Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRtDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, November 28, 1910. Brief and Breezy The annual meeting of the Board of the American Trotting As- sdclatibn held at Chicago on, December 6. -According to an announcement by Matchmaker Pierce of the Armory A. A., Boston, a match has practically arranged between Sam Langford and Joe Jeanette for Tuesday, Decem- ber 13. "The announcement also states Alec McLean, manager of Matty Bald- has asked for a December date with' K. Q. 1 -1 Henry St. Yves, made Joe Trent, of Ohio, and Ghas.. Galena, of Ehiladelphia look like an automobile matched against Grahame-White aer- j-vrtln n JL in g., f JJiatefc. IttCS, uing by one mile and -two laps in 56 minutes 42 2-5 seconds. The French champion lapped his competitors be- fore the first half mile was covered, ind his lead from that jpoont to the finish. V Something went wrong with the Medicine .'Hat bowlers last week else the Caliary bowlers had their rabbit's loot working overtime, for the tele- 'graphic: bowling-matches between igaiy Gas Town resulted in six -wins for the Calgmry bowlers. Af-thit, of the games were rerj dost, and they were just won and that ill, hundred thousand dollars is the staggering total of the stakes and 'rpurses to be distributed among, the during the .race meeting '.to- "day at Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, across the Rio Grande -from El Paso. The the 'Juarez plant are filled thoroughbreds and horsemen "Irbm allr-orer the continent are floci- ,-ing today-ito-Ei; Paso, the new of the" sporting clans. McNidioIs Is authority for the statenieiit lUyroond: and George Edward CRube') "Waddell have .been, engaged ts two members of a quartet to be known as the According to Frank. the singers will make their first ap- jearance Boon at Philadelphia. It is! hard to see why it should not be mere- ly a duet, but if theatrical man are looking Jor info more ball players. to be added to tie organization they would do well to -consider "Lau Richie, .Larry McLean. Sherwood Magee.. -Frank Smith, and Heine Zimmerman. CHAOS IN HOCKEY ANDUCROSSE Salaiy Limit is the Gause of Dissentidn in the East Ottawa, Nov. changes in the make-up of the "national lacrosse union, was rumored in this city and the hockey association is nay- ing its hands full as a result of the uproar over the salary limit, jactions in Jhands of the lacrosse mag- nates are said to be the main reasons for According to the atory tne-: Canadian 'athletic. club, Montreal, Trill to replace the Nation- al twelveT in. the N.L.TJ. while it is that the Ottawarlacros8e club, the! local professional .twelve, have been 4nietly ttthering strength and will be to ItheiNi-TJ, The western. or .two of the Montreal haying promised to support the latest applications. IHE HERALD'S W. A BUCHANAN FOR ALBERTA The Once Mijghty Dane Vanquished by Owen Mpran in die Eleventh Round at San Francisco--Englishman was Master at Every-Stage- Elected to Executive of the 'Dominion Amateur Union Toronto, Nov. annual .meet- ing or the Amateur Athletic Union of Canada was held -Saturday night and reports snowed "that the past year was a Officers, were elected as follows: President, .I... G. jvierrick, Toronto; nrst vice-presidenV ur. -Fred J. Tees, Montreal; second .1 vice-president, Dr. H. D. Johnson, Char Llottetown, P. E. L; Dr. Fred J. Montreal; .Dr. MacDoriald, Toronto; J. B. Fratt, WiniiT eg; T. D. H. ;W. "A. Buchanan, I Lethbridge; J. G. Davidson, Van- couver; treasurer, Controller J. J. Ward, Toronto; secretary. Crow. Toronto. MONTREAL NATIONALS AT, LOGGERHEADS .Montreal, NOT. quarrel 'in the camp -of the National Amateur Athletic Association took on a-new phase when five. directors of "the association entered suit against Adolphe Lecdursi former president of the' for defamatory libel- It is alleged that a recent meeting. Mr. Lecours1 stated that he had been Accused .of; mismanagement by the di- rectors. The directors in question, de- ny that they "ever said anything of the sort and are construing Mr. Le- cours' remarks as liBellous. -The di- rectors in- question are Messrs. Dum- onchel, Ledoux, Broullette'. and Le- beau, charg- ing Dane, former pride of the lightweight division of the pugilistic realm, is relegated to the ranks "of the; Come Back" brigade, made famous by Jim Jeffries. Owen Moran, England's favorite, established this Tact Saturday, evening at San Francisco, in eleven rounds of fighting. The, ex-Durabre :Dane was outclass- ed by the Britisher most the way. Moran 'fought a brainy battle and methodically beat hie man into submission. each rush with straight left and 'right nooks to "the face. Moran uppercut with his' left to the jaw, and" a "mo- ment later sent the .same glove to the lace. Moran was scoring cleanly- and had the better of the round. Seventh Round .Nelson forced the; fighting, landing left and right to the" face. "They hat- tied head to .head, Moran, If anything; naying the .bette'r of the WiNTER SPORTS .WILL SOON BE ON and sporting goods for cold weather will be what you'll -want. Our stock is replete with anything and everything j.-ou can aslc for and; goods of all kinds 'are Al quality, the 'Jest made. THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAGS we show would be envied by a Corbett or a Fitzsimmons. Everything- we now snow in the sporting goods line is superior make and' sold "at- lowest prices. The Lethbridgfc Sporting Goods Co. Phone 1032 412 South EDMONTON BONSPIEL TO HAVE FOUR OPEN EVENTS The Edmonton .bonspiei which com- mences Jan. 18 next, will, have thir- teen sheets of first-class ice. There will be four open events with valuable prizes wishin to win. Lethbridge curlers to .enter should 'correspond with John Dewar, bonspiel secretary, Jb'dmonton. Moran- made several wince, Eleventh and Final Round _ Neither man appeared to be in dis- tress at this, stage of tne contest Then suddenly shot a" vicious right ttusii to the law and Nelson went down lor: the-count with...Wood streaming mouth. Three times more N OUR years. Tlie gate registered arid 4 f C.138, the largest in the and meeting Nelson with straight lefts, nistory o[ thj, Canadian game. -blood. Fourth Round Moran continued to outbos and out- general ,his opponent, stepping back Fit-Reform fit. Scotch and Irish Twecdk, up. and rights to the sore nose as the Bat- tier forced tte issue. Nelson varied matters by swinging his right and left to the face, but Moran evened it up wltth two rights. Moran's round. T-ifth Round Moran scored immediately with a straight right to the jaw, Nelson coun- tering with two swings to the face. The Birmingham lad then planted two solid rights, to the jaw. Nelson rallied and forced, his man from one end of the ring to, the other, landing with nard right and left punches to the McKELViE McGUIRE Jtlc Agents for Varsity all the way, the score by quarters being 5 to 0, 11 to '0, 11 to 2 1C to 7. The Tigers made a plucky fight, but were outclassed and their only consolation is that they played a better game than at Ottawa last y-car. Varsity were superb in passing the ball and their halves did wonderful work despite the slippery nature of -the field. -In kicking and ex- changes also Varsity p'rovcd more than a match for their rivals. The forward Hamilton line so much boast ed was not to the dashing play oi Varsity forwards. The vaunted Tigers' line t UlQ CIO but'Moran evened up, raining j ror a timCi hut tlle varsity short ,a.rm- 'lefts and sensing to the halves %vcre so fast, and Quarterback Foulds was so quick in the service of the ball that as a result there time to spare. (.-Sail, Maynard- and Dixon put up a wonderful'lias oi loot- ball and all the fumbles were behind race. Honors even. Sixth Round After a minute's fighting at close quarters Nelson hooked his right to tne stomach. He forced the British lad around the riny, but tho latter mot the Tiger line. Every man was play- the in.'him. ,.-f ;J. B. McArthur, brother of M. Stanley Me Arthur, Leth- bridge, and umpire in the great rugrby match at Hamil- ton Saturday, flashed the fol- lowing to his brother here V after the game: "Toronto, Kov. 25, 1910. 4- "M. Stanley McArthur, Care Church McArthur, Lethbrldge: "The best exhibition of foot- ball ever seen in Canada. Varsity has a wonderful ma- chfne, possessing a back di- vision superior to anything ever seen- 5n Canadian foot- ball; a line of fast, perfect tacklers. There was no com- pariscn between inLer-colleg- Jate and inter-provincial foot- ball." "J. B., Umpire." pressing -weather conditions, which holds record numerically, and was boisterous and good natured. Botlv teams "of" rooters paraded in full strength through the town and around the playing oval. Hamilton had two brass bands and a bugle band and Varsity- was headed by the 01 tlie-JSih Highlanders. Tho teams playpti- a fairly even game in the first quarter, the ball being in Tiger territory during the most of the play. The second quar- ter showed more clearly the merits of tiie from" the outset the Tigers w-erc on the defence. Varsity wsre" superior in all departments. Hugh .Gall got away lor a touchdown which he convertrri. The third quarter was the most sensational of the.game. The Tigers made 3 great effort and scored the only two points mad? at this stage. In the last quartt-r after forcing a couple of. rogues, -Hamilton scored. Kid Smilh dropping a field goal, but.. Varsity after this swept the Tiger? off their feet and for the rest of til? Hamilton was en- tirely, on the defensive. The final score was 'Varsity 16, Tigers 7, and indi- cated the relative worth of the teams. Critics say it was -the finest "game ever played in Canada." In the sec- ond quarter the swept the bar- riers, and gave the police a hard job to put them back. The lin-e-iip was as follows: SONG WINNERS SANG Tune, Chorus of- "Tony Boy." Varsitee, Varsitee, Tigers are a sight to see; Steady now, show ,thprn h.ow You can tuni'tfiem down; Varsity, be Here the wiii to see: Win the game, win the game, Win the game, Win, Our Varsitee. Tune, "Yip I Addy I Ay." Yip "I adrty, I ay; I ay, Yip I addy J ay, We are yelling for Varsity, Then three times three for U of T. Yip I ay. I ay, Toronto Varsity, Hurrah! Timers aren't in it; no, not for a mi utt, Yip I adciy I ay. BOWLING TO-NIGH1 and Marathons Open the New Schedule The new schedule in the City Bowling League com- Varsity-Kull, Dixon; halves, tonight at the Arcade. Gall1; cpntr'e, Gago; left, May- rarfy quarter, Foultls; scrimmage, Carroll, Bell ami Lconardr, wings, in- A! sides, Kinjstone and Clarkei; mid- dies. Lajoie and (.rrasji, outsidcs, Thompson -and Parlv. Smith; 'halves., right, Moorr; centre, Simpson-; Burton; quarter, A. Wrcyi; scrimmage, wings, Baron insidcs, Pot- Glass- Prciffer and Craig: McFarlune ar.d Mar fsbesicr; outsides, ford and Gal en by. Officials Referee, Phil McK.en7.ie, Montreal, and J. D. me Arthur. Tor- onto, umpire. The Pastimes, under Captain JBvans, and the Marathons, led Captain Macdonald, will ioclc horns. The Arcade is getting in a new suppoy of balls and pine, and the showing oE the six teams in the present schedule which doesn't conclude till March, should be superior to the schedule just finished in which the Turks were the hoi- Jow winners.