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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page TITE LETIIRRTRGE DAILY October 13, 1913 Two Old Stagers Put up Lightning Rounds UOLGAST THE BEST HOOT MON! Gathering of (he Clan Tomorrow Associa- tion to Hold Annual Meeting at City Halt---Election of Season Ahead Had .Advantage of Nel; SOH in Eight Two Were Even The Lethbrldge Curling association holds Its auuual election of floen tomorrow evening at eight o'clock in Ihe-council chambers of the city hill. 'r. TOCi fair b.reak to weather conditions-the Curllas club are- out this rear to make the game slronEer thin it ever bcoa before la this city. Since the new rickshas' built, the. game has srown in popularity each succeeding year, bv'leaps and bo-jads-i-and last isason there were more, curlers la. Lethbridje- by far thin at any time hitherto and the curling association -Vent on record as baring enjoyed a very It U lh.a pirpotfl of those "who push here, to make the" geasoa 1913-14 the daddy o! them ail aiul In order to make their efforts lear (r'Jit. co-operation of all curler- of the club is necessary. Therefore, if you are a member of the club or contemplate being a rneraber, to the eouacU chambers at the cliy hall tomorrow night and set in the swim to boost.the game of "soop'er etc. The-meet- IDE tor elibt o'clock. .Everybody be on deck. (Spulal to Herald) Yt'is., Oct. tast, of tidlllac, Mich, defeated "Bat- j nine" Nelson, of Hegeswica 111., in a j ten-round no-decision boiing contest tori last night .W.jatt 52d the better of eithl of the ten rounds, while two-were even. The contest was the hardest and fr.stest erer seen here, both nvm ap- vea-iEnE anilojE to put the other out Wolsast fought a clean, swift bat- and three times had the Dane srosgy- He used his left to the chin and right !u ibe facs. torce, but tis came fcack" hud. Kelson bored In continu- ally, and at showed flashes of his old-time form, but bis blows Isei- ed fores. Both .tired toward the end of lia contest, owing to their continual "bor- 1ng-In" Woljast was far trie fresher at the close- Blood was floVinc from the Dant'c nose, car and froBi hard and sharp blows of tfca Ciaijii'c. bbier, It -was JVoijast's light after tie first round. He drew bis first blood' Tirilh a Wow, to Nelson's rcoath as the round iras ending, and except fir the eljtth round, had rauea th'4 better of bis opponent, M'wh. .-fc the second round four, clean awlaji to the Jair caused Nelson to 'riMir aid'on reeovjrlni hls'hud bs not Woljas! jiayed.for Nelton's hwd coatinuallr, poured i ihcmer of bloirs oa hla face. Ke'lfoa played for the body, hot hja lacked tower. fore. ed to the rojee In tho fourth round, and (n the fifth knocked him -nearly.through. In the fifth Nel- a beivj blow In the face, seat Wolaast's head up. Nel- vis apparently lirad wtea tiie round Vnded. Charlie White, of Chicago, challe.il- j 'dinners at the end of tie bo-jt.' Jlariiy.Brltt and Jimmy Clabby ware to the crord of 'spec- Uicra. TV COBS REBUS SASY FOR POSTAL CUEBKS Syracuse, X.Y., Oct. cleria from here to Detroit solved tba rebus of a letter bearing as Its address nothing moro tban a rough, sketch of a necktie and a corncob. A local nawEpiper artist made the oijd test, dropping tbe letter Into a Btreat.mall box without the tllgbt- hint other than the pictures, to wlioai It should be delivered.- .Word has bsen rscslved that the letter was promptly delivered e.i latecded Into, the hands of none otter thaa Trnu Raymond Cobb, popular Idol of the baeeball fans. t--------------------1------.----_----- hindtorne, handy fun. Don't tfti tt ofihete before jvurmext trip. IT, HlfS HA 'M R 0 THE THO K The Cohhs, Wagneis, Hattys aad Johnsons-do not mate all the hall: history. Figures up to data for both I'wguu show that raanj other players are'establishing records, and doing it so the general diamond- public doesn't eien know about How macj-Jbugs'cjin hnme the lead- Ing brtSe stcaler bi the N'at'onal gue? Not many "eh? Well, he's Max Carey of the'Pirates, who the list .with 53 stolen bases, and yet preaches in the wintft 1 Doyle comes in fourth with 35 and Byrns is next with .34. Murray and Meiile Bque'cie ia.ihe first ten pilferers ivith 33 bases each, yet this tiraa-last sea- son'ilie Giants.had.a hettsr shor with five men amon; the leaders. surprise when I'omniy Ltich is discovered as the best run getter in the Ka- lion'al.-'Tio little fellow was too old for joining, tho Cubs Leach has scored tuns in 11-1 games. The Oianfs haven't produced man in the first ten run getters; ample probl that- York runs, have hard to' manufacture. Premier tatting honors in the N'a- tionnl .go' io-Crnfalb ol (he Phillies, although Jake Daubeit, the Drooklyn ciplaln, leads him in the averages. This slugger has walloped out hits for a total ol 2CO bases. Crjvath has 19 i.omc runs, 13.triples end 30 dou- bles to his credit, all good for an ouragc of .CO? per c'cnl, 200 points better 'than his nearest rival. Again the Cilants fall to place a man in tea leading sluggers. The Dodgers-head-tt-.p list in club and Ihe Gtants arc in a thrce- liar.nttl'Uii-wilh Philadelphia' arid Pitlsburg for second place. Three triple, plays have been pulled ofi in the National this season, Pills- burg, St. I-ouis and Boston each furri'ng'the tric.V. The.batting div.l, considering' only the extra bases, In the American league.shon-s Cobb leading Jaclson hy a fair margin, llakcr leads In >u-.c. runs. The shoiv four players among the first' 10 Iciding slaters. MacV's tcara leads in club batting and In rnaklng long hits. Not satis- fed H-ith this shotvirig Ihe Athletics also lead in club fielding aaJ.. .o.il! many, say .the Philadelphia machine AFTER COUNCIL FOR HOOKEY RINK AT TOWN OF TABIR Ne Rink Will Mun Exoilul >f SETTING ON CE6AREWITOH Londoa, Out. tie Cciaro- wltch telling Wagiiatt Joins FenUslo In favoritism, at 8 to 1. Night IB unchnnsed at 10 to 1; .In- necy has shortened to 100 to S. and Grave Greek to 100 At thli prioo Tlie Quller and Dalmatian figure in the Setting for th'e'flrEt time. 3Hs- the French mare (7st Is quoted at H to 1, and Frakaband at 40 to 1. Olhers are uticb'ans'ed, aa fol- lows: 100 lo 7 agat" 100 to 6 asit to 1 each arm llnftam and Augur; K to' r each ags: Lavatne and Semi-ready Premier Clothes of the British Empire. So say the London- England they wont to kuow why-we do not establish shops in England, jThe Old Bachelor says: 1 A cloth fabric should bo i suited to tho needs of tho customer, to his vocation or calling. The colours should be t-hoso 'which best accord with his Tl.e IleH-Ioolccl Milan-Hi Washing- ton, is the American's t.csl stealcr, with 65 larcenies. Cobb is second nnii tfco Athletics enter two mtn in the first 10. For getting-runs the Athletics have a minopoh-.. Eddie Collins alor.c hM tallfrf llirMurphf 8J, end our Irloml 'Home Ktn" Baker has come across the plate 98 times.' Xot far hehlr.d these three comes Kuho OldrlnK with 87. Thtie four, players alone scored "90 runs for the Athletics. The American Vrlnncrs found time enough during tic sc.-soij to pull triple plays. Waihln'ton the other in the American lea- ANO WHITS WU., -pet Wo1 fMl, Cioillac, Mich., and Cbatl.'o White, Chlcno, llghitreljhtB were In- day Binned up for a .ton rounrl no fin- clalon hoxlng contest In Milwaukee on the night of OMobe-r 24. Tho boys aro to weigh not over 133 pp-jndi oji the tventrif of thi.bout. The pattern should be in harmony with the stylo of tlm moment and (he wearer's phyoique. A Btripe majccs a tall man loolr. tailor; a cheu'k makes a stoiit man look'Btocky. Every fact should'be taken into Semi- ready. Clothes are tailored for those who know. Whether' you wiah for Suits and Overcoats or and ones they are tailored alike by specialized experts. The Semi-Ready Store Ernprell Block, t. C, Sattmin, Mgr< ;