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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday.-October 21, 1913 GREAT ENGLISH BILLIARD Scheduled to Box in Australia Owen Moran.Took French Leave N. S. Oct. conndicg to his intimates any. isfclbg' ot his intentions, Owen Mor- io, tht IJritish accom- panied hi Mrs, Sloran, secretly lelt Sydney on the sieasisr Boiioma for San FrjnKsco, on Saturday and the pliss ot Snowey Baler; the Sydney' promoter, for Pal Brown, the -Minnesota lightweight i are-all up in' .the. air'. Ir.Minuch as lloran "gumshoed'. eui without, notifying his' trailer, Jimmy Russell, wto handled him In his match 'with Wells, or Snowey Baker c! his intentions, bis run-out comes in for severe criticism at the lands.of the press and puhtic. .Moran Was matched to Pal Brown 6a November At Moran's bout had once been post- poned. Baker states that he itnportd Jlonn at a scale much higher than he uMilty pays to his men. His share the ;Wells. match three hundred pounds, excised eatiie Who is Touring Canada, G'iiiing Wonder- Nelson Will Go Down in History as Greatest Fighter That Has Ever Lived in Many Respects "I've fought ray last battle, tinleM the public thinks I am good enough to corns remarked Battling lie Durable Dane, after nil lerrlflc len-round batUe Ad Wolgsst, the Michigan the nm who Nelson three years ago remarkable contest 61 fortr rn Andreis'. There'was just a gleam of eadnesa In'Bal'a won the title. from rounds, writes Torn A eyes as he made his cilt troin'the rlu for in Ills heart he realiied that he was no longer the Durable Dane tha't.'hid-beeii able to make all Ushtwelrbti buck up' when he went after, them. The former stamina was gone, but the gamencES ivas there at strong as ever, aid laji fight as long as he bad a leg to stand onVaji also in evidence in.chunks. The Iron framp of Nelson was there, but not'of tha same strength that served him .when he battled his way to" the championship. Many of. the fans present sat and r.-ondered how "on earth the Dane couId'so'throUgh round after, round at the pace set-without tmfdl.v hard -when.hi took his minute's In his corner.' He would, slug'away and al round .would be dazed, but after- a moment's hesitation the'old Inttlnct and trol back to his corner with.a smile on turn lo liis friends and wink aT bul.they knew it was a forced we.. As'the Battier kept up his wonderful work Ray Bronson, thB'.Indiaiajolls .welterweight-llUe claimant, who sat near bis corner, remarked: it's a pity to ten poor Bat ao tt that HOT In the. world can he stand the the man moat an iron conitltuUpn, and a heart 'of .5toil to stand there and he doei. I never Jrnem- a won'derful ftBhter'he In twt OTtil tonight He. murt hare been a marvel ot strength.and slamlca." The. was alonf the'same'line, of many move handed out. BOXING MATCH' AT WINDSOR ENDS IN CHALLENGES SMITH Ont., Os't. 23. -r Patsy Droullard ot Windsnr, Canadian light- weight champion, looked HSe a ncr in the first five rouiids of his battle with Steve Kctchell ol Chica- jo, belore the Wlnilsot A. C- _Iast hi, hut the Windy City fighter came back strong, in the'lnst thrte rounds, and In -the opinion ol the relt-ree earned a draw. Neither man suljcred injury or a knock down. "Arthur PeIVy niid Tommy Uurns oc- jirigsicie scats atid the former chalteijed "Oiinboat" Smith for the heavyweight'title. BUSINESS MEN BOWLED OUT: A VJGTQRYLAST NIGHT fa, Uf aor The Iluslness.Jien and the V.M.C. A. board occupied the centre of the stage In the "Y" bowling league last rlsht.and it was..the Business Men's turs.ip gain the'plaudits of.the gal- lerjri .Their display-of prowess Was too. much for the Board, who suffer- ed a fall every garni of TUB. series. lead-off man for the win- iers and one of. the mightiest and inert cbaslsitnt lollers In the w'as high ail-round nian'.. His1 best sh'oTririg "ivis lfa_ and total' lor three'-games 470. There.n-as a margin of te- tween, the winners., aw) the losers last "night. The''scores A. HOARD VTaliace 87: 81 84 "iwelN...1 .153 11! Stafford 71.. 85 104 Kelson 8S' 99 Ol time -wanti it aat- ou'tie Frmci champloo'i form.' nlog fafit he. will remaia Vn amatmr. lia hopet of being able to .compete sue-' for Prance at Berlin. Bheild Bwin "go back" in the meantime, however, he .will go to Berlin aa.'bead coach' to the I'renoh 41T-396 Total 11M fiUSIN'ESS 5IBN' 159 139 172 CO 91 81 118 12 88 122 411 412 457 1310 Damson Marshall pics'. B.C., Oct Sfl.r-Boring 1n Cranbroqlt vras given a Jar tonight !i -when Tug Wlbon, of Calgary, refined1' to enter the ting aaalnat CharHc IAKS g- ca, of Chicago, for ygh-twelght honors, jj Promoter Bob Nafe mnda arrange-.! mcnU for 'Wilson' Tflth the editV of tho.Caltarj1 Herald, f: "Hard lo get bo'lirij "going; can1' do Is guarantee, railroad Itais arid hotel This bro'jgh't the reply: "Wllaoafi loayce for Cranbrook on Saturday, i i Send transportiUon. for .On arrival today. Wilson" claimed was rromlsed would not L appear ln_. thajiring. Being a people had " and local partlea offered to place the eitrarhundred if went on f whereat Wilson took the ground Iba: i the mU-ilp had worried'him, and he had decided to fight, a, he haii been emoking and'-drinking soft and cc-nJI tlon. havlngrbeeh out of practice foi months, and would Bta'y. out oi th'. ring rather than sure de ffaU' He wanted to rostiwne the boiit for.tea days. v Nafe. scheduled his preliminaries o and all ro-jnds, after 'which Lyo ca and Marshall, a mlddlewlght, o Fornle, fare ao eleht-round eihlbl tlon all of -which were BO that fow ai-alled th'c-'msflvea of the o! (er of their money back. "GOLF IS GREAT SAYS RITCHIE New York, Oct. Willie 1s now playing golf to himself for- hla flgbt with Leach Cro53; nitchle mllos lo the' and after -two fto'jre of o'ay WkM tn his'training quaTtcrj. "Oolf fa groat for the la RItchle't rertJIct. 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