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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIIM3E DAILY HERALD Saturday, Ootolifr 18, 1913 Znglish Lady Wins llie National Golf Tide al Wilming- ton Today PACKEY GAVE TOMMY A LESSON IN BOXING Harlem Scrapper No Match for Chicago Bo.y in Short Bout at New York Last Night-Fought at Catch Weights GLADYS RAVENSCROFT Wilmington, Del., Oct. ter several rcctnt atUmpls Eng- land captured from the Ufiltsd'sulei a sporting chim-. plbnihipi -when; Mils Gladys Rav-; cnscrpft, of "the Brombroujh club, Enjland, Mils Marion Holllns, of New York, In the final national gold'chimpior.ship, 2 up. Wilmjnsloiir-DelvOcl.. Tk largest-, gallery o! the weeV was on hand early today to follow Miss Mar ion' Hpilins, ol the. Westbroot club Ihe .young metropolitan champion (Special to the Herald! Xew York, Oct. a ten round at Madison Square Garden to- ilsi-t. I'aciey McFarland. of Chicago, outboied and outfought Tommy Mur- phy of this city from ttan to Bnlsh, never giving .Murphy a chance In any round. McFarland weished HO and Murphy 1SS pounds. The Chicago fishier gave a exhibition of boiing throughout. In the first round Murphy was unable to reach hts opponent with a clean blow, while .McKarland rained left Jabs and right: hooks to tte face and head. At tlie close -Murphy's srjirt arm work was cleverly blocked by McFarland, who acted as "though he Tvere giving a boxing losson. Oilurphy was able to reach the body only a few times in the entire fight. He did not land a doren clean biowa and these had no effect on the stock- yards champion. Murphy was across the. rlcg frequently carried with" right band smashes to Uie head and race and at times he stood as If bewildered. Murphy appeared to. tire in the sixth nfter receiving a bard right up to the Jaw. The crovvd kept railing to McFarland to put him out, but .McFarland contented himself with Jaubing lefts to the face and hooking rights to the head with an occasto'na hard left to the body. During the seven 111 and eighth' Me Farland frequently Elapped'.-Murph) in tbe face with of his -righ gloved It'appeared >tliough th Chicago' fighter could have.' bro'jgh the bout to a he so desired. Old -.-t was who. championship. The'WilniinEton Counlrv club thronged with new .arrivals, came to .final strupgle to keep trie American championship at'hotne. The warm and cloudy; with a of showers: -WILL STICK- TO ENGLISH STROKE New Havt-n .Oct he so- callti strokp: ,fell -be .cbntlu- tlnue Invthat cipaclty, MtlstSd.by J. O. Rodgers, a'tormer head "coach. Mr. Hairimiu has returned to colieee to complete his'course." Announcement of the plans for the fall and winter practice are In a few days, .when the'crew men are called out. Blackburn-Hovers 6, Bradford City 0. Boltoa Wanderers "2, Aston ViUa 0. -Burnley-3, Tottenham Hotspurs 4. Chelsea Everton 5, Derby County-0. 3, 1'restoa ro'rth End O: Oldham Athletic'3, Newcastle Un- ted'-Ol' Sheffield Wednesday a, Middlesboi- ough 0., Sunderland 0, City: .0.. 3, .Sheipclcl United SECOND DIVISION' U'Ay Bradford "l. .JMlharn" 0: LAYING KEEL OF- CHALLENGER AirdriEor.ians i'artick -ThistletS.XlMe U "V Morten 3, Kilinarnock 0." Hibefrlians 4. .ACTOR AOLF FORlbc. THE COMEDIAN 2. Southampton Argyle Watlpid 1, Swindon Town 2. Sonvich City 2, Cardin City 3. GilfinEham 3, Eitter City 0. Xoitharaplon 3, Mllltrall Athletic 1.- London, Oct.: work 1. C-'A- gue, last night, Trhen they 1oofe" the Lumbermen Into cainp ib a regular iliree-game .series.. flraj. game Kas.'won by 63 p'as, and Jic, second ji'en't the.Eamo way .53 pins.' The .third _c5csh things broke better for thejLunitierpiien, and they rolled .out. just sU pins' to the good, Tv score -was .104 -pins ahead, Jyb en tbe totals weVa counted up; a total of 538. the best the evening. Tho Herald team the contrary, it was jnrreasttg. Each that went to Athens in 1S06, and ho gaiug was bringing in moro thin was successively a member of the A StriklnE'Example. 'Tho'nrald Hills golf course, in. Eil- 000 hvcotd.cash. Had.the. series gone' American teams 5T London in 1EOS ;tnburgh, Scotland, Is a Btrlkiug exam- the lull seven games the public would and Stockholm in 10IS, always1 pie of what may be accomplished a- have 'contributed to the two parlici-' brindng -hojni; first place, until last long these lines. Some fifteen yeairj .year7 ivhrn he beaten by this was.a free course Inside" the rcore cash. If baseball clubs orbase-jaid, an American, with a put eight city limits. Tho number of people ball players were "not on the.square inches, sbort ol Hose's own world's playing Increased so rapidly that would be outside the record ol 51 icet flat lor the 10-pound a charpo of one penny per round wr cJubs'-.cotiets today ria im-nj i i It-tie onneis oI.thB 1959, ball club had been' crooked would j In tc shot, made at Travcrs Island, N. Y., iadc. After a year or two this char. j ge was raised to twopence, and Kcords. with ilie'to threepence., At 'iho- present .-Urio there not havo been sulTicient -induce1 ,iB.pOUnj 'tight-hand I believe It is -fourpence. roeJilUor tliem to 'attempt -to prolong jjose also held all American' records' series? 'And i' Connie 'Jl act or I'had the pleasure ot many games' TICH" WANING .TIN OF London; great garoeTof ygowf1: mld- sunry club, Richmond. In whteh'HVrn' Laurie r..demonstrated bis superiority over'Little Tich', also a music hall'Wa'nless star of brilliance, at the royal game Pflse by the close score of 101 to Bogey for the course is something like for, the three- g The scores: Long Rice The-Herald ...-1J7- nj-150. ,161 122 '127 122 pessimistic knocker" must admit-that 55 6 j'inches 49 frel 2 honesty spraeivhere or inches ]M_ 39 rfct ilKhcs. that-f would not have' been nose ,vas a member of the San allowed to escape. Francisco Olympic club Comic Mack's team went into the win as quickly as possible, It could feve kept the plants FOR WORLD'S CHAMPS P hi ladelphi Fins ig Wi Icp rne for. AlhitUcT. Deseth Iltcheil.. Lumbermen 90 145" 11T.' The lolloyring players are request- ed to be Ball Park- on Sfon: day at 2 p.m.: Dualop. Easton, Mcln- tloe, TiTiyte, Clark, H. Mclirena, Knight, Tennantv binning, O1. ir >lc- j'lrUne, Llnning, and Jllllar. The league IB putting up the strong- est team possible from the other teams so this promliej to te'a-hum- mer of a-mialch, -'Arseaal Lincoln City- SpjiTHEBN.LlEAGOE Hovers 2. Crj-stil Palace ,3, 'Me'rthyr Town .ileadicg United 0. SCOTTlsh .LKAG1JF. Raitti' Rovers- 4, Aberdeen 1. Celtic 1, DiiHaee Ov 73, 'so It wijhbe.seen tha stare play-1 ed some The humora. In the first .was for the cham- pionship of the. Palladium. There were side stakes of two shHliugs, as divulged accidentally during the play, and an premium of ''the', cost of the'c'aSiilea and a tin of salmon." Vet'the aSalr was quite serious bus- iness. Little Tich was challenger aftd' hla.'rpany frlenda were delighted to see him shape well; yet for all that, the Scottish .comedian won by three up a'nd to'play. The p'rejimlnirfes were che'erfu enough. Rev. George''Adarflt.wn'b'sfr curetl Lauder'a recent accesslori'to the pulpit.at'his Bristol church, if as 'ap- pointed chaplain for Iho match; Tho golf club secretary scored', neatly al the expenre of both Iwauder 'and the "mecnister." _The coinedlan .was Introducing the parson-to" the secretary. "I tell you who lie is, EO that you may be oa your said "Oh, J don't Suppose.he'll say any- thing that will returned and Adam enjoyed as 'friuch sa anyone. th'at a'big box which one of-the caddjea was'cArrylnK con- tained Laud supply of hew balls, to replace those he would lose in the course of the game. enler the es- as the-players were aub- merged In the decorum o! file Ancient game. The match was played level, and Ihe caddies' view, at the close, was in "132 135 104 158. 63S A plns.-ISSO. plas, 1476.- conteateii, jlack pending in' his. best pitcher ar.d the Rame_ going Into ex- In Kame ..the Athletics went over, a victory like fighting1 demons, "every man'on the team playing "brilliantly. Connie Mack again had his star twirlcr in the game, and he pitched-'as he never pltcbtdbelore. Surely further evi- dence siiperfluous. Those persons who ate in tbe babit of expressing the.sordid opinion.that the big league especially the HEAVYWEIGHT CROWN LIKELY- TO PASS INTO HANDS ANOTHER BLACK world SB.rie-s gimes, are not. on squire are usually persons who New Yorfc, Oct. that son ts none too gaod.Jt Is, a foregone elusion that before Jlpng ha be seen In tbe ring, probably at Paris, defending hli tltleC'of heavyweight champion .'of the world. The ciu'es- Uon at this time is Jijst which of the several heavyweights who are clamor-' Ing for a chance at the negro will be selected to meet Johnson. Nearly all of have been mentioned or ..an- other as having been matched to fight Tohnson at Paris. Frank Moran, Sam La'ngford, Al. Palzerl and Smith have been noth- ing m'ore this mere surmise bis come o'jl of all the chat- In the meantime Johnson's bank roll has been materially depleted. 'It Is growing less dallyvand 11 Is only question of time' before tho negro gets busy dickering himself for a suit able opponent, and one who will a "house." so that he can demand a substantial sum from'' the promoters for appearing In the ring. It Is agreed that of all the heavy weights, two stand head and should era above Iho rest In line for a meet- call. cot follow the game closely. No fan ever makes a remark .ol .that kind. Those who have followed base- ball during the last decade have come to look upon it as the clean- est sport in the land today. There are no sports men. cleaner or more upright than ball players, and usual- l tcr the man. Baseball players, especially in the tig leagues, have' attained a high landing In-the public opinion. .The diamond has elivatcd itself to a >lain fully as high, if not higher than :he stage. The best ball player Is ully. the equal oi the best actor. His work .requires as much talent, skill and brains.as the actor's. Chrstv llathewson and Eddie i'lank are fully as. great as William .Faversham or ance with a suggestion made by Mayor Blapkenberg. the members of the world's champion Athlellcs, will be te'ndered a dinner here on Octo- ber 58. as guests of the'city. The' Ha'yor. who takes great Interest In baseball.'. had Director of Public Safety Porter take lip the matter of the dinner yesterday with the club, of- itclals, assured him that'the play- ers would be communicated with. They told the director there was lit- tle do'Jbt that every one of tho 25 players who was eligible to Join In the world's series- games Would bb present, tag. at-5.45 o'clock.- On'a Saturday afternoon 1 purchased tickote -about 1.15 o'clock, went to.a cricket match in the afternoon, went home and-hatl tea, aud arrived at the courao at i..30 p.m.; just twenty minutes before tho numbers .of my ticket were: called. This is' no unusual experience either. Many'.people round Jof goH tho morning., anil on .account of ir.e usual half-holiday, on Saturday, a r.-ait "of three or four hours for one's turn Is by no means uncommon. If Edinburgh, Buffalo. Chicago, onJ other large cities are able to provlja courses for'their less fortunate citi- zens why not Toronto? LMIGFORD IN CALIFORNIA San ford, the "Boston tar here, from- New York last night, ani left this morning for Cal.. wiu-H on'Monday night, October 27, he wll! meet Jack Lester.'of Cle Elum, Wash in a 20-round bouL John as uprieht living the ballplayer would doubtless be given a .considerably higher grade than the actor. In the Game of Life each day should be an innings of pleasure and profit. You are right and you fed right in Semi-ready Clothea. They have the the round effect which marks the bearing of the perfect gentle- man. We don't talk price-saving so in our f20 and Suits the economy of the Semi-ready system THE STORE JEMPKUSS BLOCK, Lethbrdge C. BATBMAN, Mgr that iJauder'a handicap would be 12 Johnson. The? are 1-angtord and Us opponent's 14. LUllo Tich and Jcanctte. jeanette recently out- drive i !CES fougnt in'4 short hout at New York, and ho sceins to have the call. ball; but kept a good -line, while lou- der generally hooked bis long drives. Most of the hunkers ol the course, were found by both players. Little Tich started the homeward journey well, and took tbe leal all the eleventh, but, Iti his own ;e became demoralized by hfs advan- age and his eame fell away badly. He foozled many shots, and Laudcr won four holes to become dormy three.. At this stage the Scottisl comedian treated the spectators to an "Im- promptu' turn." wile Little Tich gave one ot his.- Inimitable dances. Then Ixiudcr divulged that there were two shillings on "the match, ar.d that frlfnrt 'Xonld 'drop dead If he NEORO ATHLETE RAISES STRIFE Manhattan, "Kan..'Oct. is br.ewlng In Missouri valley footbal clrclct'iecause the-Unlvcrslty of Nc braiVi; played Boss, a negro guard against the" Coach Stiehni, of kebraska.'ls.aald to ha'v announced he Intends to play the he gro In every Valley game. 0. Ham "manager of athletics at the Kan- sas university, eald. today: gentle- T.cr.'e asrocrncr.t-.an-.or.B tho confer- ence'mc-nagers made, negroes ineligi- ble, and the negro would not play MARLEY COLLAR5 3 ffrf 90 Ml. tt., Hi. tut.fl, M. CHOYNSK1 13 NOT TO BE FOOLEO Cincinnati. Oct: scheduled 15- round fight to a decision -between Onnl Clark, of Columhus, Ohio, and of Milwaukee, came to a Hidden" itnd In tho second round last when Cl.irk dropped to tho I'oor, claiming he had been fouled. Joe Choynskl Bald he h.id Kcii.nn foal Wow, and ordered the 1-oti: It) Tills Clark refused to and Choynoskl awflpted tho figbt to Christie. BIG CARTRIDGES The time of all others when able cartridges are invaluable fcj-.gf in big-game hunting, A ah inaccurate cartridge, or one having poor penetration mean the loss of a cbveted trophy 5J or even injury to the- hunter. big-game cartridges, either smoker less or black powder, can be relied on to be sure fire, accur-; ate and to have the proper speed and penetration. .You MARK YOUR SUCCKSS BY USING' Till ;