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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIPGE HBBALD Tuesday, November Brief and Breezy Johi Eorce. of the Herald staff, received word from -a Philaaei- friend that Eddie Collins 'just returned from his honeymoon Collins will not-consent to go the champion Athletics to j the-trip oi its will likely be abandoned. The fans of, Philadelphia raising a fund to purchase a ben-. hiiggy ,for Eddie, so as to have! follow tbe news- paper business in the winter He is a scribe of no mean ability. -.Harry Hough, one of the beit-bas- Jrei ball players in the country, has been offered a salary of f 450 a -month to play 17 games for the South Side Athletic club team of Pittsb.urg, which is a member of the Central league, thf professional organization. Housb IB of the stars of tte indoor game snd last year piloted the Trenton tfijun to the championship in the East- ern league, made up of Philadelphia K J., and Richard Leary, five years age m hostler, is the highest paid playei in the "Berkshire Mils. He is getgns a month and expenses to play with the Uniontown team THE HERALD'S I Ami JL Jt ii LtJ il fiiJu PASTIMES BEAT THEMARATONS SOUTHE OF THE ALBERTA LEAGUE Team Took All Three Games Close Run in Second The first of the reorganized city bowling league last night at the Arcane was annexed by tee Pastimes, led b7 T. .Evans. The Marathons were "the victims. Ail three games oi tiie match were taken by the Pas- times; the first by 45 pins, the isa. member of the ond b? a mere '5, and fchird by 25 I pins, a total of 75 over their oppon- annual meeting of the Am iteur ;Sfcatins Association of Caaad? held at Montreal the other night JL Taylor re-electee" The other officers elected irere: Major Freeman, and lYaak White, of St John, first itobnd respectively Loals RubeuiteiJi was reflected hon and the following verr appointed to .compose the executive CMUQittee: Sir Montague Allan, Dr Yates, Mr. F. "W. Barlow, Major ;W..O. H. Dodds, Messrs W. C. Knley Mi Ross, of Ottawa. the meins; year, generally ac- cepted as closing; isiih the "Inaugura- tion. of- the -winter season, rapidly near- lug the fag end it is apropos to loot about and make ready to crown the- champion jockey. In casting the eye over 30 leaders of the pro- fessioa one finds that Jockey Garner lias ildden far aftd away tie most Up to and including one ago the Pinnell protege had had 72? mounts, and was first 158 tiines, secoffii -H6, third 109 and unplaced 314 times.. HOrTorer, from .a percentage basis or vie-vrpoint, the only logical way .of determining the true .ability oi a race raider, Gamer falls far short of -Carroll Shilling, with 449 mounts, 153 firsts, 91 seconds and unplaced "times. Tie simple method of de- duction shows that Shilling, earned, a percentage of .34 while- Garner ias but 22- ent-s- The new balls and pins were fsvncd a decided acquisitien, though there [was nothing in particular to denote this by the scores. In fact, the bowl- ing iif the majority of cases wag in-: and careless. :MARATHONS k.... 194 13S Ford 188 149. CURLING EARLY WINTER SPORTS WILL SOON BE ON and sporting goods for cold weather will be what .you'll vcsjit. Our stock is replete with anything .and everything you can ask for and -goods of all kinds are Al quality, made. THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAGS we show would ie envied .by a Corbett Four Gorneerd Hockey we now Formation for the Assurance bflce being JTHE POPE. BLESSES Possible by lOtn if Weather is orable Tfee stock for tne nurcfaasp of 4.93 449 tie curling rink has nearlv. l-i9 175 aU been subscribed now. It cost 115- betweea and The sub- 125 1M 418 scribers will formulate a limited com and rt incorporated" aad knowa as tae: "Lethbridge Curlers, with, capital stock oi Zeider, -tvho gained first re- nown on the baseball Seld as a mem- ber of .the Winnipeg club, played 136 games for Chicago this season. As usual, his best work was on the -paths. Only those two giants of baseball, Ty Ooob and Eddie Collins, pilfered more bases than Zeider, which, considering that it was Ms first year in, the ma- jors, indicates -what may be expected later on. Collins, -wno leads the ATP- erican for that mattei the 81 larcenies, did not steal a dozen oases the first year fce was in fast company. Zeider" has stolen forty-nine, Deing tied T7ith Dome Bush, 'tie midget Detroit short stop, for third honors, second position having been grabbed by Ty Cobb with Itrfcy-five larcenies. Zeider 498 bat, scored 57 runs and piled UP 10S' hits, his batting average being JH7. HoDie had nine -two-sacsers, fcwo triples aad twenty sacrifice hits! 740 749 PASTIMES 166 ...._. 104 129- Wilson .__ 1SS MS 134 Evans 163 183 WINS ACTRESS SDH New York Court Action Brought by Chorus Girl Claiming Assault provisional directors oi The corn- are- Wm. Oliver, N. T. Macleod- and a meet-ing MACK'S ATHLETICS Famous Baseball Magnate Given Prk vatc.-Audience In _', at Rome TAP raous TO_CUT 1C! --.-r LJ I_i 1 T Pincher Creek, L.acombe Nor. "MtcCHll- Will' Have OOCkey 1 eam and ;Letnbridge. This is as it should br Province The Calgary- Herald prints the fol- lowing in respect to the South and the Calgary Herald hockey cup: The At A. H, A. this year should be one or largest, and best amateur leagues of the. west. A southern divi- sion. -has just been formed, and Leth- 1 bridge .has taken the. matter in hand j and a league will be formed, composed show in the sporting goods'.line ,1s of superior make and sold at lowest prices. The LetKbridge Sporting Goods Co. icuddy, manager the "World's Philadelphia -American league baseball team, was private audience with 'the' pope today. Mr. Mack's bride accompanied him. The famous" baseball man was "de: lighted with his reception.- He said: there is no reason now -why h.oc I key fans should -not- get the real ar j tide, p! ay ed-absolutely square and ev ery thing'Connected amateur. I In the north Edmonton -will put in r league, to form the norther: poses of, organization. l The Curling Club is a .separate or- ganization from the- Hethbridge Curl- j ers, Ltd., aad an arrangement for District League Erecting Rink A." B. Cooke, writing from Taber to tlis. -Herald, says: "We are building a good, skating rink in Taber and 'we j formed, composed of Lacombe, Higl. "What a grand personals noliness the j are going to have a hockey, team River and other towns which coasii of being entered in any league tuted the cemraileague last year. The may be formed in Alberta. .You j Calgary division, be composed of can bank on Taber being out to join two teams from Calgary, viz., the city any formation along the Crow's 'Nest j team, and -St. .Mary's, together witc pope is. He expressed himself highly he held at an early date for pur-j interested in athletic affairs in. the United States and- is familiar with.-the names of some of our athletes: "D.uring our talk-with, his. holiness made thereby the incorporated., com.-1 he recent Olympic ,pany will lease the property of club, the am.es held- in London and said ie "was aware that" an. Americai able. tEe club expects ,ready about Dee. 10. New York, NOT. Coop-j A will be conferred on building, and "expects to have it .all j -eea- enclosed within one week. said at eyes twinkled when 1 I believed the athletes o The membership fee in. the Curling America would continue to beat those 'We are having. a meeting of hockey- ists'-Jiere Wednesday night, when an organization will be effected. A re- High River- and perhaps Okoioks. Thh vv-ill be practically a 15-team Isague composed of-four divisions, and it wiT Phono 1032 412 Fifth St. "South in Red Deer for the adoption.of the league. The .Herald is donating a champion- ship cup, which will be'.given under the following conditions: 1. That the ciip is for annual com- petition. 2. That it will be protected and tak- en care of by tha teaih winning a deposit (fixed by the must be left with the league the winning team each year, to be returned to tne' team when the clip is won "by another Club -will be for the season and ,of other he said: "Wharjtb ensure a first class team." all persons wishing to curl should a great country cA-merica is.' communicate with t-he secretary, .-S. J. Shepherd. I! the weather conditions are lavor- presentative will be sent from here j he a' league representative of the en to tne district hockey meeting to be tire province. Held in Macieod next Thursday. There At the "meeting held in Red Dee: is a keen desire for the game here, j about three weeks ago, capable, ener and we have plenty of good material getie and, we believe, sincerely entHus "I was surprtsed-at the pope's v1 4" "r' 4" edge difijeirent sports--and A i A to have ice considered baseball one of "the j most, manly "and- cleanest of them all lie bestower ,youns woman i provisional directors -the company bis; team, the Phil swore out a warrant against Jack if ail subscribers to the stock in the adelphia and expressed rsnn' thft rfiamnion heaTrweisrht I company will hand in-their subscrip- the that Would meet wno Johnson, the champion heavyweight j company OXFORD WON Nov. a game of JirsftJwir Canad- ians beat the Princess Club by' S goals to 5. iastic officials- vrere appointed, anc there is no' doubt but that they wil" see The constitution and. rules of'the league kept. Unless this pugilist of the world, charging that the big fighter had insulted her and laid violent hands "upon her- when she to MTH on November 14 nimting for f job, failed to appear today againsl tions at once- The Curling Club are anxious' j athletes .of America." is the case, there is no chance of c league being a success. Then the con stitution must be.right. If the league is the bylaws should sho-? just what it means'by being amateur t1 i and if that bylaw is not kept, actior get the game- started as eatiy as DTJS- sible and shall hope to be able r tb.'l'w send rinks to Edmonton to compete' j at the 7th annual Bonspiei of the >T TIF I Jphcson in police court. Magistrate berta branch, R.C.C.C. to be held'. at MISS THE 25 p. c. DISCOUNT Now in Force on All of Cornell Stock of ClotMng. Furnish- ings and Furs IL________- -_____________ Fresh! dismissed the case, incidentally making the remark from the bench that it looked to him as if somebody connected with the theatrical profes- sion had been trying to get a little free publicity. At this, Jack Johnson, accompanied by his numerous retinue, departed, the while smiling his famous gold-lined smile. Policeman. Martin Sheridan, chain- pion all around athlete of the world served the warrant on Johnson. Sher- idan had a summons for Jliss Cooper as chief complainant and, after arrang- ing the formality of a cash bond Johnson very kindly .volunteered to give Sheridan a lift in his big- gray rac- ing car up to the Bronx. Sheridan climbed in alongside thf big negro and Johnson pulled out the stops and let her go. He finished the trip to the Bronx on a trolley car which, ran slower, but was more sooth ing on the nervous system than Jack Johnson car. The policeman .athlete found Misr Cooper in bed. She said she was suf fering from a rheumatism affllctior and could not possibly leave her room Vean Greeg, the Portland Ginger who has been secured by the Cleve land team for next season, has an en viable record. He struck out 364 mer in the Pacific Coast league last sea- SOQ iii 362 2-3 innings. This is an av- erage of nine men during each regu- lar game. Edmonton, commencing Jan. 18th. WAGNER TO PLAT FIRST FRED CLARKE SAYS DUTCHMAN IS ABOUT TO BEGIN HIS SEC- OND BASEBALL LIFE "Hans" Wagner Is about to begin his baseball life ail over again. Fred Clarke, manager of the Pittsburs should be taken at once and penaltie: given or if the player is innocent o' charges made or information against Mm is incorrect, he should b? honorably acquitted. Bverytainf should be started with the pro all in the hands of the 3. That the cup .shall never be won by a semi-professional -or professional team. The team- must be acsoiutefy amateur. 4. That no year will the cup be p.ut up for competition unless at- least there are three or .more divisions of three teams each in the" league. 5. That the cup will not becoms.- the sole property of any" one teanruntiJ. that team wins the championship for three years in succession. Should- the league disorganize or discontinue be- fore said cup has been won by any- one team three times in succession, it will be returned "to. the donors, to be held until such time' as a provincial league is organized. These suggestions are respectfully submitted to the league executive, ask- ing that they insert the same" in the cup bylaws. We will have more to say about the cup, as to its and de- scription, after the- Red- Deer meet- ing. FLOODING RiNK TODAY Nelson Whipped at His Own Pet Style of Boxing Owen iloran, of Birmingham, EngJ who made Battling Nelson, of Hedg- wick, HI., lower bis colors at San v, j -j j 4. x -u "I Francisco in the'eleventh mark of s team has decided to try tie -Flying lwenty_roimd battle proved himself to Dutchman" at fisrt base when the 1S11 practice starts. Clarke has had no end of worry about first base since a few years ago, WIiw ne aecided ty" Bransfield had outlived his use- fulness as a Pirate. He has tried sev- eral men, but all have failed to hit the right mark. Merely to show the diversity of Clarke's experiments" at first, the names of Pittsb.urg first basemen since 1904 follow: In 1905, Clancy and Howard; 1906, Nealon; 1907, Swacina, .Storke and Nealon; 1908, Gill, Storke, Swacina and Kane; 1909, Abstein and Hyatt; 1910, ing. Wagner played first in several games for the Pirates the past season. Now the question arises, will McKech- Flysn and Kad- be the Dane's Master in easier style than was thought possible. For the first time in -his fighting career, the durable Dane, a shell o' the once great pugilist, who proved such a terror to men of his -class, wai- knocked out beyond all dispute. Owen iloran, of Birmingham, England, per- formed this feat at Louis Blot's.oper air arena today, in the presence of one of the greatest crowds of spectator? ever assembled at a glove contest ii this city. Moran's victory was clean, leaving no room for argument as to his coin plete mastery over the one-time cham j son five times in this round. Despite the force of the Briton's right hand punches on the point of the chin, the first of which sent Nelson down for the count, the wonderful fighting punished Ms antagonist severely, cul miaaticg his assortment of puncher with, a tremendous right smash on the eye Which'all'but closed that organ. The.eleventh and final round oper ed with neither fighter perceptibly i: distress. Moran, who apparently ha .been biding his time for a blow, was given his chance when Ne! son, with bowed head, -rushed intx. clos'e Quarters. Like a streak o lightning Moran flung bis right fo? ward, catching Nelson flush on thr jaw and down ce went to bis hannchf: for the. co.unt of nine. It was, th; same kind of a punch with which, sev- eral months ago, Moran caught Tom my McCarthy off his guard. McCartir subseijuently died as a result of the tight. Nelson tottered to his feet, bleeding then what can bf easily followed. As far as the consti tutioh is concerned. it is now being re vised by a committee. This commit tee casjjopies of the constitutions o' the O. H..; A. and other leagues ir Canada. The best and most fittic? will be selected, or if any clause r the present A. A. H. A. can be bsne fitted by an additional condition, fo-. the betterment of sport, it will be don- On Dec. 2 this revised constitutior will be submitted at the meeting helc The new ska ting; rink at the ball park will be-.flooded to- 4 day for the 'first :time. It is altogether probable that arc lights will -be installed, four of which' should give sufficient 4 light for all purposes. A grand opening will take place when >J everything is IiX perfect shape. 4 However, the rink will -be 4 open for skating in a days it is thought, preliminary to the grand opening. 4 and glassy-eyed. waiting for him. Moran stod bacV j Again the Briton': i Skati ing ouppues Hockey men. woman, boys and girls. Shoes with Skates Attached- Ankle laces. The Very Best of Anything In this line to fit Best Value, for your money' always -The Foot Toggery- nie be able to fill the bill at short? spirit of the Dane was ever present One second after the final count had been toiled off and Referee Ben Selig gave the decision: "You're outTMoran Nelson was on his feet, witL Collegiate Institute Hockey Club held i blood streair-inS from his mouth anc. a meeting last week to reorganize for the referee W per- the coming season. The officers elec- ted are: Hon. President, A. W. Baird; president, Alf. Anderson; vice- RENFREW COLLEGIATES READY FOR THE ICE Renfrew, -Nov. Renfrew right shot out and again Nelson dropped-to the mat. The performance was thrice more repeated, Moran eacb time reaching Nelson's unprotected jaw with his right and ai last th< releree and timekeeper counted thf fateful 10 in unison and Battling -Ne? son had passed from the fistic hori- zon. Not a Mark on Moran "When Referee SeUg declared birr the victor. turned a handsprinr into the arms "of his seconds anr" dashed from the ring without a marl TO indicate that he had been fight. "I always knew I. could turn tb president, H. Bryan; treasurer, George Walker; committee' L. McRae, R. McGregor and J. Mackay. HOCKEY IN SASKATCHEWAN Kegina, Nov. The Saskatche- wan Hockey League was organized here tonight, present from Representatives Regina. Moose were Jaw, Atbert and Saskatoon. The- of- ncers elected were: Patrons, Hon. Lt.- Gov. Browne, T. B. Paton of Regina, Hon. A. P. McNab of Saskatoon, Dr. King of Prince Albert, G. K. Smith of Moose Jaw; president, E. J. McMillan, Moose Jaw; vice-president, W. A. Hun- ter, Prince Albert The secretary- treasurer to -be appointed. The execu- tive Is to be the president and one re- e from each; town. Appli- cation is to be made to the S, A. A. A. for affiliation with that body. The next will be beld in Saskatoon on Dec. 5th to draft the schedule and a constitution. mit him to continue. Nelson the Aggressor Moran the firs tap of the himself the complete master of the anc there was not one round of ,the 11 fought which could be accredited t< Nelson. Nelson was always the ag j gressor, his evident intention beinj to force the Britisher .to fight close In this he was accommodated, but the. battle was scarcely two rounds old be fore Moran showed that he, too, co.ulr fight at the Battler's own game. Rount' after round Moraa would step back side step and dance around' the ag gressive Dane, all the while shootto; in straight, forceful punches to jaw and head and seldom receiving a punch in return. In the third round his constant to began to bear fruit and when tin Dane took his seat at .the end of this period he was bleeding freely from thf nostrils. And so it continued, Morar varying the monotony of gJvins evV bitions of clever "ducking and work that drew cheers irom Uie ar sembled thousaixls.. Closes Bat's Eye tn Eighth In the eighth round Englishman be later declared, "and you bet I feel proud to, have been the firs man to p.ut Nelson out. Now I wan Wolgast. The sooner the match cai be made the better." Nelson declared that he had beer counted out prematurely. He said: "It lacked but three seconds for tftrf round to end and I believe that j would have beeo as fresh as ever if] the next round. However, Moran de j .serves all the credit. He was a grea j little lignter and will be able to hole j his own against any of them." Reopens Game :n Frisco Today's contest was the first 2f round battle to be held in this cit: since last J.une. when Governor stepped in and put a temporary stor to fights of over 10 rounds' duration and fight fans are hopeful for the i'u ture. It is estimated that 8000 persosr witnessed the fight, and Promoter Cof froth stated- that the receipts werr Nelson's end of the pursr was Moran received The preliminary was a six-rcuE< draw between Marty Kane and Ki< foo' B.urns, which ended in a draw. Weather conditions were ft sun shining brightly from' a clear sk Rignside betting, which was Ugh' fnvored Moran, at, odds of 10 S. i w3I work to put you in condition for the day's work. It clears the andsheavi- ness the clear to cope with your business problems. MAG! Water remarkable medicinal tbcugh.it bus only the of the natural water and not a medicine in any way except results. For rheu- matism, other arising from ditordered stom- ach and kidneys, it possesses wonderful therapeutic value. MAGI Water is tot merely a curative wonder- ful purity, secured by extraordinary care in tho bottling, fits it above all other beverages for table use. A5 ACT "Water may bo bonrfil coiut to cowt. either plain ercor- tocatcd. 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