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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIH MPrHBKIlKJE DAILY Thursday, October -CHMlBf AT FERNIE TERMINATEO SECOND .ROUND BY KNOCKOUT L 'Special to the Ff rnie, Oct. In a 15-roaid toi- JnijRjaljtsLlilK-lPn-sl't qrJs Queensbuiy rulfs. Charity Lucca slopped Curley Ilurcf. the lljbitt-eight cbampioti ol irtland, the Efccad It was last Sjht- "dig- ftOTn ite start. Lucca larded tfE and teavy on Huxr- l.uK-a a r-isiing njht o! it in the Erst round, landing lij'at and Ult.hoois to tte and dropped the. first round, but Hume got up and 'ought faster than 'ever nJid-a hot ffiii-up occurred. The round i_m Ltioca's fator. Lucca tushes Hume all the riag, but Hume v.-as very fjfit 'end kept away from his oppoa- bored Tight In ant! cTTir the rojvCE and rushcc landei jaji lelt io ttw body and a i cross to the jaw. He put' HOirc. down i for the. lull count. His .BKgtids claimed .but Referee CfeK said it was a clean and gave Lucca tte deci- a popular derision r--froin-the point cf view. Canadian Golfers in It at Mon- Tournament periiincei HtCc ia deieRtins' Miss Green, of Rojil UonU-eal, Ttin- cing iy elshl up and serea to ConUnuIng tieir MUi'KHVlu. or .Woodstock, suiter- in the chanpioaship golf led defeat .thrpush. btllllaut golf links of the Royal jot lllsi Fooley, who excelled at toth ths English and Americaiijth-. long 'ibd short .Miss Ne3: Ptank and Bender will bs the big yuns In the pitching department of th Athleiics in the world's aeries next week. Plank Is the veteran twrirler o Mack's team and he has never pitched better bail than.this year. He i ou thpaw. i How Fans Regard Walter Johnson at Washington Brittol, Tens.. Oct. am not an, and rarely attend fiald a prominent Bristol, cr, upon its return troca Washington Uy. "and I do not'eren fceep up the leajue games and le about the players. continued this lawyer, who "was so tlinM as to Icslal tbat.hla be withheld from publication.In" connection with a1 baseball story. "I met Con sees s oun Sells, .ot i who ft an admirer of Walter 'ohnsoa, and who Insisted 1 go V 0 the game-with him that Johnson was to. pitch. 1 knew little j about Johnson, faui weiK In .cdmpll-" auce with my friend's urgent sotEcIti- ilon. I was much Interested In vatch- ing the crowd at ih'e saiea; Everyone seemed to te electrified wJth aa.'en- iuitaflilc expectancy." Tfaehr 1 seemed to "Fay 'I am: orazy :o see Johnson Naturally, UB- der the preesure of; Uie surrbtindljig atmosphere, I, too, b'oci'me iuitpus'to- ffee this Johnson about whom', averr- fcbdr -was talking." ft seetaed" lo me, _ iroia tbe buzz of cpnverisiiioh about-me concerning thli. wonderful'! pitcher, that-at-the diamond side' Woodrow Wilson would have to tafce .back Eeat.Ti-hen compared PEGOUD DID SOME MORE ASTOUNDING THINGS Purl i, Oct. Ptaxmd, dare- itala law of VY grandstand, jiaddock, and othtr and I'mri-multie machines will be installed.'. Work I to begin this fall. "The Edmonton som tlmo ago, made aa effort 'to'work i harmony with the Edmonton lion association, and.offered, to iiol their meets on the Exhibition on dates not conflicting with the a Jir. Dwyer said. "5Vo ais asked for a five-year lease, the Idp- being that if we lost inonoy the firs year or two the .club .would have' cbanco to tfeak even during the r mainlng yeira of the tease. The cou ell did not look on the proposltto favorably, however, and .while a m I lion v.-as passed, allowing the .club to hoid meots, the request for a lease was turned down, and the council de- cided that the club's meets must be entirely under the supervision of the association. This was not satisfact- ory to our club, and c'otiseqqtiently we have decided to go ahead and build a track of our own, and hold nual.meets entirely apart from those of tho Exhibition association, ''it Is likely tbat a race circuit, con- ting cf Edmonton, Van- couver and Victoria, am! teveral other cities, will be arranged. This means that all the best horses which raco Vancouver's'big meet at Mlnora and on the western circuit, would bo brought to this city, and Edut on'' my far-Eiahted glasae., and till couldn't it The umpire had >een: call inj on other pitchers tall that more.- In Tact, 'he Is hail etc., but now it ieem- aole .circus. In tbe ere of the eyery-word fcom-him 'etrike see "Washington fan he ti strike two, three.' I acd if there IB anything blffer up, and found my- B Tfhale he fa that, .too. It standing up and shouting for cult for a man lite myself to on' with or more fans. and the enthus'ura manifested of Cilacaulay's- famoug. ei- this "baseball I Wondered fa 'IXilipia is BrE.t rest Vance of his entering the toi Then, aa I .saw Johaion's meat hath this' Johnson pitching inning after Inn- iat lie hath grown so great' I became almost, aa enttraiiutic "The and tie others. PUNCHING BAG NOT UP TO The usefulness of. tie modern' it dazes badly, dees GO barn.. lated punclihg aj a means Formerly a large portion of knock- developing hitting power. .being --were scored by clean-cut body tlows: Nowadays the proportion la ouEly considered by tome, of eadlng bosere small. In all probability therein. lies the reason that modern try to Eet'a't the bottom of. things concerning their trada. The objection E that the baj. swinging on 4 tarel with tee EU-lkor'B It ot ao are Interior to those of a decade, ago, ejid accounts for the fact that TChite' hopei are EO slow in developing. in developing body It Is not-ceable that body punching IB becom-ng a lost 'art, most modern iMrectlnr all their attention to thoaa who favor the body blow from being capable ex-ponenti of lie uie. They employ the same swinging motion that they use ng [or Befors-tbe air became so popular a hulTy blow, nvihging bag fllleJ; with uied. 'Even noir the oil school, nun' agera have one ot thetfl In train-, ing Quarters. offers good t'oiFi for tbe head. This is necei-siTlIy awkward, and dooa produce effective results. A half-ajm Jolt or uppeTcut, such as nuslmmons uied against Coi'Ult and SharXoy, Is effective style, but this blow can ice for body. but ii- he-developed by swinging at- the used properly, even-. when it ij not neglected The air bag hung on a lovel with the heal A directly opposite eel of muscles are more spectacular, and its In delivering it, and as the niore amusemenC i-For this boxer neglects to develop the doei not flnj he has to depend oa head modem but they by -not laSlng adrantage of its a modern boxer scores heav- features. with a body blow, it li usually Kteu thow who. straight right for the heart a cno'uEh io direct their blours wher-aver an opening can be that can'-be practiced on the Johnny Coulon, Jack lirftton far more force In tfioae for the .Cross, Eddio McGoortyj anc thin those for the rtfflon of the Smith all use this blow well Legality to Title of Checker Champion- Sporting Editor-Herald rne'a.Ien- lines ol space to drkw'attention to the report in i your Ptper .of; last Saturrfav world's '.checker, championship. I may say, neither of these gentle- men atei "entitled to call themselves champion, of the woild, because that title has never Been-.played for since the late lamented C. V. Barker play ed the late Richard 'Jordon, of Edb b'Jrgh for'it, the match being a draw turo each, 36- drawn games Since tbt death o! Jir. Jordon tli baci to tho genial Sir Then I Jairiea Ferric, who the farce ani title from the great-and famous Her Laddiei. who'held the title for. ove 30 and unless some arrange- ment hat heeri made between- th British' players two gentle- men above mentioned they cerlainl claim the tlile ot the world1 championship legally. The two gentlemen above .mention fd. A, E. Jordon and M. E. ate very reputable, players, Mr "don having woa the English cham liship'on two occasions. But M Pomeroy ias nevi-r attained the dis tlnctlbn -of winning' the American championship, altbo'ugh'he is a very 1 -would .very milch litfe to sec Jamts Ftnie oV Ilobert Stewart play the of