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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'aere 6 TIIE LETnRRTDGE HERALD at and bortly In an Bunch Going to Edmonton to join Eskimos-Lloyd Cook Booked (or .Coast Tabsr, Oot. Iimout Taker Chefs have disbanded. Thli week two of the noted players, Cook and George left for Edmonton, whert thay will tiki portions and on the Ei- klma team. They will be followed by Lloyd Cook and A. 8. Cook, Lloyd probably going to Vancou- ver, where he hat been offered a place on the Inert, and A. B. going to Edmonton to attend university. He.ulll also probably figure on Ihe ElVlmo line-up this year. This leaves Wilbur Cook, Al- bert Cook and AH Sarbour still nbk'mg Tiber their residence. "They will not viry likely get 'niL'S'n chance to pUy.tho national gtrre thii season. Ko'r the "pail four years the Ta- h'cckey teim his mide the town famous by their prowess in ..Iris world of hockey, and in the .breaking up of the team that his htld its ov.n with the best hockey In.. Western Canada a sad thing risi come to beriies In general will feel the blow'thli.winter. Comment of the Green Table There to be a strong that Menuo'-iriie luiuan. the ish billiard chimvlori. and William F. loppe of New York, ivorlcVs champion balkltee international contest So far the firing its been at loop range, luraaa. who is now touring Canada, is at present ai Toronto, from which city he recently sent a propo- Eillon to Hoppe for' a series of three to bo played at Chicago. Ne-v York and London. The Er.gllsh champion sufsesieJ a match similar (o thil plajtd In 1S93 at London by Join Roberts and ihe la'c Viani C. ITCS. of PhcafO. 'Rob- erts at tbnl time rattd as ite ill-aroucd 'player toe Knglsh t.-: game ever had reduced vv'jlle Ives was lieu In the of his nil loo career. peopla believed that the American player had a chznee to defeat tht English cSamfio.n, but on- ly lies and .one- or. ol his most friends. knew .that under the compromise' conditions it ivas. pos- sible 1o Iocs the halls in the laws of a >ccVet hnd keep counting Infinitely. The regulation English table is G by S'n-lth rfx 'pockets. Under the com- promise conditions the pockets were cut square and measured 3V4 instead of inches, the bails for the match inches in diameter instead of the regulation standard of 2 3-32 inches, and there was no limitation as the cumber of direct caroms or "can- nons" as they'are termed in the Eng- lish game. The match was played'at Henley's circus .in London, May'29 to Jane 2, 1SP3, for" a side and Ives won 6000. -behind on the openinz later secured the and neier has practiced: lish billiards. Also he has no Idea of Inman's ability: as a balfcliue per- former. Under these conditions Hoppe does not that he is in a position to ac- cept the terms suggested by the Ens- champion and has replied with a counter propositJorV'wbich he has sub- milled to the Brimswick-Balke-CoHen- der Company" who will have charge ol Ihe mutch, or matches, it consum: mated. Hoppe is' willing, to play two matches, one at the English jjamc and Today's Games are Not In- cluded iii Standing of Clubs Given Below KiRST DIVISION' YY. I.. P. one at baJlclice. each same to be for SI .MO a. side. .This proposition fcrivardcd to Mr. Inmau and two experts will meet when the VETERAN OARSMAN DIES AT English champion arrives York early nest month. Manchester Manchester U. OWham A. Holtm W. Tottenham H. Bradford C. Everton....... Sunderland Rurnlev Interest in International competition in many lines of spoil has grown so keen that it fs hoptil the two leading players of In? world in'tbeir respect-. ivc lines will get together. Sheffield U. 7 0 7 1 7 1 5 2 4 2 16 TORONTO 'VARSITY WINNERS OF COLLEGE SPORTS AT KINGSTON KlllSflOn, Qnt., OcL track and field championships were iron by the University of Toronto, here paints: McGIll 34: Queen's Collese 7. ptd Royal Jlllltary Colleise 5. Macdoiieall, ot MeGill unt- verslly, wns in a class by him- self In the wejght events. He altempled to break the inter- Situation Seems Ripe for a League on New Lines in the East 3 3 1 5 1 3 3 3 3 3 11 U 11 10 10 side the ring -.vhen he niMle tho throw ol 134 feet, or six feet !n .this connection the famous in- 821 lernational pocket billiard match be- villa S 2 4 tween JoLn Roberts and Allredo Da s 1" t 0 I. 1 3 3 3 S 1 4 3 Oro is recalHd-on account cf the In- _MPnchester G. case intsrest it created. De Oro went chcisea ill the way from Cuba to CMcaso to N. E the EnglUhman and olferei i play for from to 1 SECOND DIVISION" lock position and' mjds a run of 2, He finally broke the lock, but worked the balls into the same'position and Tron handily. a result of performance the English rules gama undens'ent a nuin TORONTO hereof changes. ..Toronto. Robert JlcKay, known to th's Argonaut Rowlog cluh died last night He was the oldest member of -the Argonaut' Rowing club, and was .a' me'mber oi.'the first 'Argonaut fonr sent" to England to compete at Henley reif.tir. He won many prize's at Canndisa and American1 regattas, and v.'aa, for several yeara, champion sin sle skiff sculler. of Toronto .Bay, and Gait, 'now of- he also held the double skiff cha'm- S 2 3 0. but Huberts was content to play for .....__ _____ New York, Oct. 25. With the record for throwing passing of basehall and football the the hammer, but stepped out- followers ol sport are turning their attention to' forms ol indoor corape tltion popular iluriug the winter better than Ihe present Can- months. There is-already much ac adlan college record. tivitj- evident among hockey player. and tlie indications point to a sea ot unusual popularity for the f, Canadian game. In those ci artificial rinks or free-ing we] Is- assured the schedule-maker. t, iare busy-creparing iomr. lists of cs jhibition and championship rilayln; dales. I'lans are under way lor the opea ing of the amaleur league seasons i New- York, lloslon, Syracuse, land, SI. Paul, Montreal anil Toron TJnre was a" strong wind blowing over the. field, which did not permit ol good time in the sprints. A SYSTEM OF PLAYING WHIST MUCH APPROVED They met at MadSsoa Square f........ Garden, New York. Oct. 16 to 21, 1SS3. WooIWlCn A. 2 An English and ail American table xotts County 9.1 3 were used, sixty balls being played al- ijarnslcy 730 Fulham................ 542 8 5 3 S 3 temately .on each one.' De Oro ed he could win on the American Uble Bradford and 'at least hold his own onthe larp- Hull City that a" player can not make more than 25-direc.t-earpnis in position i afler which ;he meat make'Xcushlon shot or a pocket play in order to keep hfs inning. To this condition Hoppe has replied that he is a-caroin player solely 'and rh'at siich'a provision would undoubt- to him. He further makes the.point .that he has Tjfct'indulged infrjVjctet; pljiy.'lbr .many est alKotind player [juddersSeid has produced, lie still hows the world i'j. S three-cushion championship and his pioYsop T... S latest move is to challens'e Wjllie ihiohs. two' teams, b'Jt is willing to sevens and the Can S dr.w one i! Ihe.twelve teams amateur orKaniiaOdw. Yale a 7 cured without it. Princeton players'e.vpccl to make the wishing to but' who'ustal Christmas have not nut in their definite entry Professor1 ;aEses1 will hot see Hoppe to, a rcalch at triple cus He is willing'to play, a match of three -trips to Cleveland anrt other middle western should hand' it to Secretary llendrlc cities, without delaj-. schedule will against .exhibition teams and possibly sev- then be drawn up, and everything in good shape for the on the Irst Friday in November. playing (art nigbt say that the tray system is.the-only one to _; fights are looked forward to dur- ing-the-next few months. Port sm ou Hi Southampton Js'orivich C. Coventry 1 and such a-match .would undoubtedly yfes't Ham i.V..: 10 3 prove a banner a S traction. Merthyr T. Snutliend ffatiuld Milwall A....... IJ. 'P.: Rangers Eieter C....... nristol Cardifi I 1 5 3 5 32 -3 -3 I 9351 11 2 6'3 2 6. 3 1: 8 pl'al inter-varsity'practice ria 'The :docior Wat m-J5t take a long lie toi Jiimself i auldraobllc" "Did that bring him He is In hospital for three now." _ VARDON AND RAY 8 Willie Ritclue the Herald Explaining Recent Vancouver Fiasco SCOTTISH LEAGUE Eporlini Kditnr of the Herald, Before. 1 San Francisco'a pro- in Canada and their friendship and ijcalis ...............II 8 0 3 Lcttibridge, Alia., I mbter in Vancouver ijieed to my good wilt I u 8-31 Sir leavios Vancoarer I hare received cultiags from I terms, and Trhen I arrived at Van- it is a matter of refret to me that 'couyer, introduced me to his agent, (Welch's promoter should have been Iwho fee. told me.had full power to so blinded by partisanship as to put 11 8 Dundee...... Airdrieonlans 10 a i 7 3 0 2 3 Easily Beat Opponents .in San Fran- Cisco Festival Snn FranclECo, Oct Var don and Edwavd Ray, the English golf professionals, playing in the Portola golf tournament, easily defeated their opponents In two 18-hole matchta ov- er the San.Francisco golf and country club courae loday. Playing in the morning for Ihe first time over the Going tobe is already be- ,tjpTl tc, Krafce, lltsicc.' lueen Sn-iticrland anil South Aftica'nrcil phia and Chleaga" 50 1I0ssibililics. phia and Chicago ,f next season, and a keen cr.nteM is ex- ,'.ith English fennis a' the. lart-d _________rj_______ Tlie (rouble .matter this... time 'ajiECars lie-the lacl-o l.iAvn' tennis'asso- .'natural' 'playing nSmu cjntion in February. in'raong lhc..lcaJitiR rcjiroscntatHes ri The l.onguood Cricket club, near that country. A lamtms aulhonty 11 where' the .'last: -tHaMcnge discussing the situation and mill round for tt.t'ttip played in this ..aid of the prcser. top rankers is a natural- Holier I y or Tim. g .1 snow aca -inai 15 tne my patt.and compares average 'Canadian sport .not j Queen's Park ..........10 ciirt not run Irow fteddie Welch country and .which resulted A H English victory.'is undcr'slooil to be Henshaw, course, Ray and Vardon defealed the an lor'the.matches 'of Parke, like Mr. liilchic, and R. x best ball of Frank Garby, Charles Crescent Athletic clu'o of Pmilli in a previous decade, ha Maud and Fred Ftellly, the cup mnlches" reached present' position by fs club professional, i ay 3 la play. The wwe 1902, is again in .tho ploitation" of muscle stamina heat ball of-the Englishmen was 6G, field for the big cicnl next year, aiilcil by dogged will. Ollirr expoi. par for the course being 69. Varrton's j Philadelphia ar.d Chicago are ents of a similar character are tloubt Individual score was 68. auxious lor a'chance to see the inter- less in the rna'iing, and when the; In'the'afternoon Vardon ar.d Hay njijonai preliminary or final match- arrive we shall bail them, as v.-e ih beat the beat ball of Garby, Robin cs. j Mr.'1'arV.c those who monel thri Hayne and Chapln Tubbs, Ihe. latter Jujging Iroifi present game, on his lines, a; (ormerly captain of the Yale team, 7 Ilie t'niled Slates National I.awn reprr.ient.-ilivrs. Hut, if_we are v.-isr up 5 to play. Ray and Vardon'a best association will toe, at leist we shall continue to le-r Ihr ti- ball was 51. Ray's Individual score seven challenges to consider at Ihe cnt v.-hit-h has the halt-tfiaik oi was C6 and Vardon's 70. (annual iiiectir.g to le helil wil'nin Ihe and uaturr.i ability to commcnn1 it. the articles up and nmpns jn W0ridi -In signed by their jcase he would be in-a position to am a profeas-lonal boier; My oh- lnake terms from me similar to those ject is to interest the pub- I'demamied'il I wished to meet lie, the. same as any professional bim singer, actor or public enttrtainer.'I i ..Two'wteis before the fight m'oter came to me and through as already agtecd. This he champions have dor.e tloes the public hiame me'il I to'maVe all the hay I can '.hi ,un they, eineet 'mc-to '.oul. satlsfa carried on in way Any deal I tuuili work, exhibit my "skills aid bear the brunt ol the hattle 'IhiHt f5 man. eiaU oot slal'd tbe promoters get the big pull on'the fronts. 1 I to Canada upon terms ar- ranged sr.d agrted ,iipon by the pro- mofer. To those'terms I adhere, and on those terms 1 will mtel r.r.d hox O 'Welch anywhere in America. I r IJIV D3.ll Should prefer it to he in Canada, lor alihough Wcl-Jt is naturally tic fav- orite in that Country I would like to meet him on his own ground. Canada is a new country an3 rlraws to it all U.P. brave men and r.troig hearts ol tiit British Km; ire and elsewhere. It is the coui.'ry r.f u.e pit.nrer and tUy are sportsmen through and through. 1 know (hat nowhere can get a', .fairer or more spcrtinR i.l i spccUtors. I have made many Irjcucis McORAW MATHEWSON, "iREAKmO INTO THE BIQ. LEA9U6" at Shermin next MOD. and Tues. 21; 1013... n the managers or the two mlddTeu-etglits lias been straightened The Dormitory team that faced tho l.'.iraticrmen last nlfht in a regularly scheduled rnalch of the Y.M.C.A. bos'I league, was composed mainly o members of other teams', and althongl this thing had been practiced befor this occasion the Dormitory" team caplain was brought lo task, and a a result Ihe match was forfeited I the (lumbermen after (he first-set-to. Tbe IiUmherrnen tift've. ft ptron? team and arc always on deck for their matches, and their kick w to bo Tte leagua standing: MARLEY These ore (ho powders preferred by liest botcrs'at the Iraps and In the' iieul. They arc unrivulled for "pattern nucl imlformllv. TITEnnil less Towtlcrs can he uatl In tiny'.tltclt loaded Herald........ Lumbermen School........, Bualr.ess Ijormitory Y. C..A. Doaril COLLAR 3 (or eti, av any iirac, aim ,5S Ihroc hours before ;