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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETniJRIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, October 23, 1913. FOOTBALL TROUBLE SAM AND JOE DIDN'T PLEASE AT NEW'YORK MAR-LEY ViULHIGH vardon and Ray to Meet Pick of San Francisco Men Athletic Union of Canada and Do- minion Football Have Differences Coal Creek Defeated on Neut- ral Grounds in the Final Match, 2-1 COLEMAN HAPPY TOWN San Francisco. iwo great L'nsllsh golfers, Harry Vardou ar.d Edwin Ray. arrived iiere today, and will pjay a series of tranjes tUU j ueek at Sail ttolf Couiilry club against JacX Pa- cific, cos.Ft champion; Vinceut Whit- ney, former Pacific Coast champion, and Chapln Tubbs. formtT eaptalu of the Yale golf toaci. The games will be played Thursday, Friday and Sat- urday, Vardqn and Hay are considered two of the cleverest men the game has. ever produced, and their defeat ibis year by the American. Francis Oaimet, startled the golfing world. Vardon was five limes champion the world, and Itay was world's cT.uui- jilon in IMi. The tatter aiso.hoUs tho world's record for the longest drive. NEW RULES FOR- BASKETBALL Important Alterations in Code for In- door Game The Spaulding basketball Coleman, Oct. L'oleraau and Coal Creek toothall teams played a final match at Michel Thanksgiving Day for the Crar.e cup, and Colemaa VADIC cfi victorious jy 1 to 1. Tlie was a notable cct and issue caused a amount oi interest in the Pass. On .their return from the seen? ol battle .the victors were given 3 rousing wel- guide for the season of 1913-14 is out. .cope home at Coleaiau. The town i A number ot ctangcs have been made liaid turned o'Jt and proclaimed the Jin the rules. The most important is! tonjjuejripg hprcrfs in sood old style, j a clause requiring those jumping j End th? entire populatic.i must havp j the ball when tossed up by the referee bra massed at ihe station for the j to face in the direction of the basket pcrasics. x Upward which their, team is throwing. Coleman hid beta viclorious over i the players will not be allowed- to C'ojl Creek two lo nothing, on IHh [catch tie tall when 11 Is tossed up by of October en the same ground, and! the referee between two players. The nn .the holidar C'cal Greet were out [player Jumping for the hall shall not to regain lost .prestige and Coleman j be permitted to" catch it. The rule .lo a further proof that i was changed so as to meet the play champions of the Pass for j where a player wilh one foot over the 'season. pine throws the ball while in this po- There was a good crowd and the I sltion. Another change is to prohibit leather ideal. Coleman won ttela.playeT from touching the and elected to plav against a i ball, while it. is in the opponent's slight breeze. Coal Ctee'i kicVed on i hands who Is throwing it from "out- Coleman, vtho were favorites, showed at the start that the judges of form, were correct. Coleman boys vvere showing method" in their move- nienls, their "hall-hacts kept a grip of the opposing forwards and their plac- in'R io thtir ovra ia tte most approvetl strle. CHEEK ERRATIC tide." BAT NELSON HAS AN EXCUSE Bad Hands Kit Alibi for Pear Show- ina With Wolgast Hat Nelson alibi for his de- JUDGE JOSEPH J. BURKE The well known race Iraci official died at bis home in New.York. Toronto, Out.. Oct. certain break bctvreea the Athletic ot Canada and the Dominion Fovttall has advauced ejmowhat nearer- ID a letter to ihe B.V.A. autb.- orlties, Secretary Crow, of the Alh- s Union, asks for a touy OS (he football constitution. He points out tliat he is given to understand that the D. P, A. has in its constllutioi'. rules covering the government of pro- fessionals as well "as ol amateurs..' As an amateur body, lir. Crow con- tends that the D. F. A. cannot have any jurisdiction over professionals. NEW ZEALA.NOERS' GREAT VICTORV Sau Francisco, Oct. defeat- ing Santa Clara University. 42 to today, the aHstar.rugbr team from NOTT Zealand raised Its total of scored (n its six matchea'in the llii- ited States to" date to 232, wHbout a having- ueen scored" th'em. VANDERBILT CUP RACE IS OFF Savannah, Oct. hope the Vanderbllt Cup and Grand Prize automobile races would he run over the local course waa ended last night, when the Savannah AulomoMle.iM.iio adopted a resolution declaring both events oil. Tha club directed that the grand stands.oa the" course be advgr- tised for sale.' pnze Coil Trecl- halts in compaii: vtit- thev kicked ahead, never pl.cing to their lor- vesterday: wards at anv time and -rt Moore zr.A McAulav hid lots of free tererer. nroire my right hand again kicks 'ac.4 the'r loitv puntsafieW ttec.e'.'0." tte second round. 'Bonesetter lealure of tbe-csmt. Colc-tRPeEa says 1 have the worst pair of "inan forwards were getting every T" attached to buman torn.' sistance from (heir halts and most oli For l.n-e 'a5t three -years Bat has 4he play was in the Coal Creek end. suffering frith Injured flippers. 'Ihc Creek hack and goalkeeper were His hands have .been broken in ser- ever kept on the move aod well did eral lights. When the trouble con- "Beware bl Germany" the Slogan of Next Olympiad c'.lV 'When the nest Olympiad is staged, vblcn will be in Berlin In the greatest the highest athletic honors ID athletics In the world will exist among the nations Oerinany and (fie United states. Never before have these three countries, or any other countries for (hat matter. In the world's history, worked themselves'up into such a ieea slate In an attempt to develop talent tor' track Held as Is feat by A.d. Wolgast last week. Jack DOIT e.vistent In Engltnd, Germany and United State's, aWi't not be Bur- ison Kiag.'.vetarau Portland boxing author-j prising if the same interest.acd eDthuslasai will "of the peoj ildlv ily ana Bat's received Isrge in America as-was eihibited in the reef nt n-orlS's baie'ball chimpio they do their part. Colrman forwards tept.playing the inside'game with an occasional pass to the outside, irhere on the left, and Holmes, on the tight, smartly centered, and the spectators were treated to' some ch'ssy.. football. Coleman forwards i wile to overcome j the heroic defense uf the Creak. Kil- lick gave Sloan some lovely, passes, iiom some of which Sloan had hard lines in not scoring. from s Roughead got acioss a j lovely, centre and Killick had Ihe -I satisfaction.of-crowning a great first S display by cleverly heading into the eel the first goal for Coteman. j- Half time: Coleroan J, Coal CrefkO. .SKCON'D HALF j; second haU started as lirely'as rver, srith all Uie play in inidiie'id- ft C'oaJ Creek forwards tried bard at itaia lo breafc that 5 the half-back line of Cole- j1, Man's, tut Itcughead, JacVson zrA Hu'hfcr never let go their grip of the 1 and Moore and McAuIaj easily accounted tor anything that got near O.ctn.. fines, in goal for Coleraan, had.really nothing to do. Coleman tinued -he decided that a Jpag rest would probably end It all. Ho had nothing tbat demanded pounding be- fore.his fight with Wolsast, 50 jie'fnli sure'that there' would be no trouble when he put on .the gloves with the man who beat him once before. i. MATTY FOR CHECKER TITLE Portland, Ore., Oct. ChrletF.-Matbevspn, of the New York Gfapta, readies Portland, be will be called upon to play a same of era with Fielder Joaes, president of the North-western Baseball league, for the baseball .players' checker cham- pionship. Mathewson cairns the ti- tle of champion In checkers among baseball and Fielder Jonea disputes this. torivariJs again laid siege Coal Creek goal and from a well taken cornet fcict by Holmes, .'Jackson soattlj- headed a second "goal lor Coleman. After this second Coleman boys served up some lovely dcred In the bush for two dayr. football, in which Killick was' tht ho found a, deserted COLLAR: 3 IK SCHOOL TEAM BOWLERS WERE GIVEN SEVERE TROUNCING The- school learn went down to de- feat Ic'r tbe first ilmt in tbe Y.M.C. bowling league last sight. The- Lvmrtwrruen .were victorious ag- gregation which put a check on the triumphant march ol K, P. Stewart attd bis galaxy of bowling talent. fn tbe three Barnes played the school ttarn bit the dust on each oc- casion .and" Ine LiimfceiiDta came out on top 66 pins to tho good." ol the Lumbermen, was the highest single game roller with 17S itf the second He, tfae 'high individual scote honors svjth 503.'The score: SCHOOL McKdic Wallace Bonncll Stewart Total pics Wanless Slltcbtll bowlrd- Totil pins !69 93 I4D 141 543 537 539 1S11 153 US 113 116 178 J36 137 With Shewing Made by Jesnette and Lingtord in Midtean Square Bout. New York, Oct. I'robaMy Jn cent of tlio lovers ol boxing who wit- nested recent ten-rdmiil boul be- Joa Jeanette nr.d Sam Lang- ford at MadlBon Square SStlsned with tb.0 showing mado by the. two heaiya'eljfht negroes, wiillo perhaps half o[ that number left the building satisfied that the contest was fake. It is a didlcult matter to lease the patrons. of boxing, to Itie-vrlde dliterencf oplnlou as to what pugilists should do when In the ring. .Scientific boxing appeals to but few of the oriuy of fcoxtog fans. To lhe.rn It lacks all the'clcmenls of. what Many moiitlis of Overcoat weather iu Camido.. Then next w i 111 e Semi-ready Overcoats aro not one-season made to wear. the oujUt to he. flDdB-Yavdr vltb the majority, and un- Itss Iku'tn-o men. keep at It hammer the spectators feel' thru their money's 55? 557 563 1677 and, tongs they' are not getting worth. Both Langford and Jeanette nro vet- erans Mil the" yuglUstlc game. The former'Is'about ,31 years old, while Is about one-year his Junior. Both have.been ens'aEeil In' Uie same for tbb past thirteen "years, and dur- ing, that Unie. bave. fought scores of elasticity ol n'.CYfcment. syeed nnd activity'of. act ton, so appar- young boxers are missing In Langfdrd'ahd Jeanette, except vfion they are "opposeA by'dubs: The deslro to travel fast in-thQ ring may bo permoat In the ininds.of both men, but the spirit "may be willing llifl. flesh'Is. weak. -There is an absence of Blaming and reserve" force that en- ables the bpser to .show to the best advantage, to replace these skill and cunning are "substituted. Of course' it is possible for a ooxer to have "speed and stamina and se'encc EXPERIENCE OF ALFRED SARA Port Arthur, Onl., Oct. only In a barrel.packed with a small quantity ot straw, Alfred Sara, a lo- cal clerk, epent part of a night wand- ering around in Uie snow and rain, twenty rnlleg down shore from here, people at _ npionship games, vsraen tbe heal Olympic amphitheatre Is openedtlor the contest In Berlin three years" heiice. ft i "Beware of is the warning which is being: sSint to America by every one made a clo'Eib and intelligent the syatcra'aUc.'waj' the Kaiser's athletic officials arij golr-x about the. Ketftng together a team which will properly repreesent their country Jlost persons do not realize the exteiit to which'Germany Is to break up American monopoly of championships. A little unwritten history will probably Illustrate this. )n 19PS, the games were held to London, the International Olympic Council oHered Germany the games In 1912. Tfae Germans refused, after a careful study of to take them. For several years- previously their athletic officials had'been planning to entertain the athletes in 1912. To that end they had secured a place for the Joca'tio'n of the stadium and could have had It ready" for 1912 had they not decided after a careful canvas that interest In track and "field athletics throughout the emphe had no I been sufficiently to enable Germany lo do-herself justice. For that reason Germany'allowed tbe games to go to Stockholm. But (n the meantime Germany vigorously lo work to prepare a team which would maVe.a.inuch showing at Stockholm than its predecessors had done at London In 1908. the foundation then laid.Germany bas been building ever and now-baa an athletic system wblcii Its sponsors teel wjll make Germaoy not ashamed to be compareed to tbe United Statep'here- aUer. Germany maKes no SGcrct'or Uie fact that the ideal system for the develop- ment of athletic, teams is that (oHoweJ in America. To'tbat end Germany. has been adopting- American methods wherever possible since and has even utiHzed the coaching of several American athlcctes living In Germany, notably James InghtPtMly; -fonuerly ot Chicago Unkersfly'and a Olympic champion In 1501. Ufblbody was yery keen to be niflde tbe German Olympic coach'to'fill apoallfdri created much like that of Ernest Hjertberg, Sweden.. The German authorities apparently.had other Ideas, not being ready at that time to engage a coacn. Before committing themFelves they decided to send a commfsalDti the United Slates to mafce a roost exhaustive study of (So alliletlc eyftem Id force at all large unli-eraillea and athletic clubs. WHIST LEAGUE NOTICE The Whist league will meet In the Club rooms. S. O. R. hall, Whether it's a stout Tweed or a lamb's wool chinchilla at or tho value is there always. Better to be comfy in Canada in a Semi-ready Ulster than soften nnd pine in -Florida. is a glorious and healthy winter country. Warm winter.suits, too, at The Semi-Ready: Store: Empress .Blcck, Ltthbrldgi. S. C, Batemart, Mgr. ate of each olher's' El and cunning', at'the but with men 'of the age of tangford and. Jeaneltc -these attributes never travel In each other's company.. s Many persons, irusupport.ol their sy.teny which rule the league :Tun, will be fully explained. In order that all will be In readiness to start tiie first week in November'. lhoir (heory each other's' style and instead of meet- JSs the schedule has to be by liie end ot tbe month. OUNBOAT OUT ROSS .Contest Ends in the. Tenth After Lively Scrjp in Periods inovlr.g spirit, lieddingfon had a good try luckily blocked or Cokmao's Froni Jloore and when found by search party- was delirious and in a serious condi- lion. On a hunting tr.'p he became separated from We friends and wan- TJie'n camp, where ho total would have ttea luge itturr, bj1 McFcgan, slaricd a fire, ar.d removed all his clol'Mnic to let ii dry, while he got some letween a couple of mat- tresses. awoke to fJnd the camp Joyccn wits a rrtaV drive scared lor Coil Cittk. This goal put new lilt ioto the Cmi and maiie th- game ttsM thin CrHfc pltjed the ticV. aod tuA stylt ma with a exptrlfnad delttite than Cotenan's it mljtit hsve tctn pioilt- dat gradually tire more rnsth- odiciit o' as- netted Ustir and ttef ran out worthy wifiMfa a; good, dean game, the being t'olcraan 2, C'oal 1, Tbt lnms CHEEK DJUHS badfs, jfci.akdit and McYttm: half- barrel, covert he had to lind shelter in He ia expected lo re- An Irishman was fishing In a river Boston, Oct.' Smith, icavyweigbt, knocked out "Tony" Rosa, 'of Kctrcutle, Pa., in the tenth round 'of what was .intended to be a 2-round bout here last night. Ross did most of the leading-In the early stages of the conlcsL At the opening of the tenth Smith began 10 show his punching ability, and afttT a minute and a half the and took the count; "hen It began (o rain ticarlly. Pal, trie not ilealrlng to gel soaked sought Bbeltsr under a rallwaj- hrlrtge spanning the river, and here, he piled Ms roil with true real, ut- PRES. WiLSQN .WOULD MAKE SOME BASEBALL CLUB-.MANAGER Washington. VPop" An- snn, Cfarb GrilTith, manager of the Washington Americans, and' Brownie Flurkp, mascot .0' the Hcds, chopped in on Piesident Wilson today and: engaged In -ap conver- sation on baseball. "1 used to tPll folks during the said -Anson to the ptcsi- dtnt, "that Ta.fMvafi content to run that wanted to be a pitcHr, first-' basc- inan and ar.rt rto his (wn rooting bill'that crats terly a of Ihe trains that in- ceaaantljr tbundtred to and fro over- head. Presently another Individual ap- ori thft and politely afiV- -n half- -pal what and mte; 7rBi ;.be Atonic retort Th? Btranger forwitdt, JJooib, 'Pray uhal is the ufl? of "4 Jchcitotie. fishing under the bridge while Pints to'trnaV colse conUnueat" Tfloore and McAuIiy tall-bacVs, Hun-j abut up, replfc-d Pat, ler, and Hougtead "lii-1 Mtgnaatly. ye it now VardSf Sloan, j these fish. They'll corno under here atid-Baaii, o-Jlav the tills replied the piesnienl, Irlrfor Ilie lodo "there was then except garot.'-' IJrownic Burke been 'sizing up ihe president during the. conversa- tion. "I'm Hie1 maSCoV ol the Cincinnati te The president observes, with a "Thai Cincinnati wasn't in It wilh Ihe .Washinglons (his season." make some man- resolved llrownle as Ihe party BOXING. BOUT MOOSE 'jAW Mooee Jaw, Oct. Linn, of ailnoU N'.D.. and I'hll Mooae Jaw, mttehed to fifteen rounds at 145 pounds ring- side, here, on October 30. Linn train in Mlno.t, and will arrive here three days before the bout. Hurrfsna has been steadily gt work In hla train q-jzrtera here ever alncc Ms bou with Tonr Caponl montb back. carefully- gauge every action, and, as a matter of fact, the man who It is intended Bhall receive the hiow knows almost', if not. quite ns much, about the Intention of.lib 'opponent as does trie latter. To'- bo'forewarned is to be forarmed, and this holds good with Ixmgford and Jeanette. By the'lntlm- of flgbdng, the men arc nble lo anti- cipate many Intended blowe, and thereby avoid Uiero. T This nriy.'apFCar nt times ns though Ihera was an underBlanding between the pair, .biit. ijiis Is. misleading and leaves tho boxers open to .eusiilclon with those followers ivbb do not the actual facts as-ther exist'. This has happened In 'sove'ral'of tho tatesi bouts between T.angford and Jean- ette, and has been the. result of tlio men being able tb raake a'o eTen draw" of it. Jt-ia.tnie that did not (rafti fajthfully for .the contest, andl catried: a dcat'of e'xccss weight, but app.ircntly he Just how far it was necessary to-go. In tbe training Unfi, _and contented himself ivHh cor.: dfMonlhff to .that particular stage' Ijing'ord has' ncvt-r really trained for a bout. Uke.Jack the present" colored' A pends largely upon his-ability (o a- vold blows and [leal out execution to bla opponent, rather than prepare him- self for a In the ring. fr 1 Jeanette, on the other hand, seldom engages in a fistic battle.without tn- Ing in the best condition. Hi: trains 'faithfully for. weeks and takts few -cltar.cea, oven when -his ent Is only a secoml-chsB man. In th he Is entirely different from and relies upon stamina 0s ivell skill to win ills; buuls. "Play Ball" McOBAW and BREAKING INTO THE BIG LEAGUE" it tht Sherman next MOD. and Tues. 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