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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, THE LETHBIUDG.E I1AILY HERALD PAGE THHEE Walter Knox Returns From Old Years Behind the Times in Training Methods Over There, Says Walter Toronto, Oct. great tst living uulivc nit-round .Waller Knox, of Orillia, honk from Kiifrjaml today.- Knox was llio I'C'jjpicnt or Llio liotior ui biHay select till as coauli of the Olympic team from the British I sirs anil had'done nine months' wovk galling rcuily for the (imuuu Olympiad when this German ..war broke out. He hud a three-year contract, but surrendi'rcil his con- tract in view of the ami returned to Canada. "The war oirlumljr knocked tilings jiky high'in he remarked put. the Olympic games into tlie 'discard in a'hurry ami turned sport- ing things topsy-turvy. About 75 pu cent, 'of the athletes of the enlisted or enlisted and hurried jto tho front." "Mow about the prospects for the Olympic team as far as you went lie was asked. "Things were looking fairly replied. "The chief opposition I ]iad to meet was from old-time train- ers and handlers of si Uriel es. Jiad been established that they were well, .nigh .fixtures, and itlieir .methods were regarded as gos- pel. They were 30 yrars hfhind Wit. (times, and most of their protect ijind to be shown before they would change. "Knglaml has one ri-at coiium .-world's champ.Kjn .in Howard Bakei n liigh jumper.''i saw him do (i ft'i t inches, and he 'jumps with his back to" the bar. he gets the turnover he will beat life world's ret. ord of fi feet 7 inches. Hunter, an 'Kdinbur-rh man, looked good, io.t. lie does t> feet in the high jump and 2-J fuel -'Ah inches in the broad. .Jackson, the Oxford student, is the best miler "in uiigland: He is u natural runner and'a real good one. "England has tine? good sprinters in Applegarth, Taylor and Uooiipy. all Lonifon men. Appleprtlt IK the 220.yard amateur in the world running around a bend. HP can do it in 21 2-5 seconds, and will im- prove. I hear he has turned pro. and will run .Jack Donaldson. Donaldson will boat liim ii Ihi1. nice is run on the square, Taylor IK a good man, but hn has a bad finish. 1 bad a bard time trying to him change his nwthfls. Homiey is at anything i-frnm Htn to :intl 'ynnis. thP field events Knglnnd is very Barrett, of tlie London put the xlw.t 4Ii feet little fresh instruction. He can j- hp made a real good man." t Knox goes back to Orillia and js likely: to go north' of Govgauda for DORMS WON TWO FROM ROYAL BANK Tlie Dormitory bowlers wont through the Royal Bank twice last light i" a scheduled mutch of the Y. M.C.A. league. The first game was very dose and was only settled by a margin of seven pins. Tiie Hecond Walter Knox a winter's limiting if lie does not iliuok up with some pro. team as trainer-. Kiicix is in grand shape himself, MJioufjli a triile''heavier than when he left Canada a year and a lialf ago. tie put-the 1-fi-poiind shot 111. feet .on the dead level this -summer; pole 35-year mark. COMMISSION REVOKES LICENSES OF 47 BOX- ING CLUBS IN NEW YORK There was temlils among Ihe lioxing chihs iif llic sovereign suit u! New- Yurk the atteu- When Uie-.ljoxing commission iipencil its first Ilig confabulation ui Hie season, "lliwe were exactly 78 clubs ivlilh licenses to stage liouts, hut at one fell swooii the solons slaughtered '17 of them, leaving 32 to business niulet the sanction of the law- ICvidcntly the hoxing game is hav- ing a hauler time of it than its out- door confrere, baseball, luui in the lale season. Of those'left on the corn- Mission's list; 33 ;irc loeatal in New York City. However, of thai, number Him' the New York A..U., are not.in the game for financial gain, hut held license for the sole, nurposc holding amateur tournaments. And even with that relatively small num- survivors .a great many more are in danger of having their licenses revoked if.some, of ilium do not show signs of life anil cithers do not change illicit methods oi doing business. licenses were revoked either te- .clubs-were not active, thrir leases hail .run out or that tbcir year's conduct bouts liad expired. HOME TOWN HONORS GOWDY Columbus Gives Boston Catcher Rousing Rec-sption Cbllimuus. Gowdy, Boston Nationals' catcher, and o'ne of the heroes of the 1014 series for the ivorldls baseball championship, "was given a cordial reception upon his return home here last night.' Several thousand marched in a parade which escort- ed the young catcher from his train to the state liouse, where Governor James M. Cox and Mayor George J. Kard made addresses or welcome. The procession was headed by six bands. Goudy was accompanied by Josh Boston outfielder, whose homo is in Murray City, Ohio. j WELSH BEAT BALDWIN Lightweight Champion Was Unmarked at End of 12-Round Bout WAR OVER ex-CALGARY HOCKEY PLAYER IN EAST Frank McCarthy Bone of Contention Between Wanderers and Can- ndlens Jlohtreal, Que., Oct. war is spreading. It hroke out today in tho local hockey camp.'when the Wander- ers and Canadiens claimed to have se- cured the services ot Kranfc McCarthy, Ottawa player: formerly a star with the New Edinburgh team, and later 'with Calgary In the A'.berta league. President Uchtenheim of the. Wand- yesterday afternoon announced that-McCarthy, who" is a forward play, or would try to catch a place on the Wanderer line this winter. Oeorga Kennedy came right back with the an- nouncement that not only Frank Mc- but his -brother Charley, 'who made hia professional boxing debut liere a week ago. had agreed to turn out-tilth'the French team.. The Can- adiens had counted on Charley Mc- Carthy to take the place of Vezina in the nets if the trade with the Pacific Coast league for Lalondc and Vezlna BOOB through, which it seems very likely to do. The matter of priority of claims hv teams for the sorvirei ot players will probahlv be left! to the National Hockey associa- tion to settle. Boston, -Mass, Oct. Welsh, lightweight champion, of the I world, won a decision last night over Matty Baldwin of Charlestowu, in a il2-round bout. Welsh had the better of every round to the tenth. That roirid and the remaining two' were Baldwin's. Welsh finished unmarked, however. Williams Outfights Brandt Ne'w York, N.Y., Oct. Williams of Baltimore, the: bantam- weight title holder, i lirandt of Brooklyn in a 10-rotnid con- 'test in Brooklyn last night. WlMiains was held even in the first round, hut look the lead in the other rounds. Mike Gibbons of St. Paul defeated I Billy Philadelphia, scoring i knockdowns' in the first, second aud seventh rounds. to.. Me-st Hagen Wallace, Idaho, Oct. fans ai-j greatly interested- in a 15-roulid bout which, 'has been arranged be- tween Frank Bhrrioau of Vancouver and Borneo Hagen" of Seattle, to be slaged here at the Masonic November 7. Hagen is heralded as the northwest champion at his :welght, while jBarrienu" has met'and defeated some of the fastest boxers In his class, Including (Ju'dVAnderson. WHY MOTORS TO MOST USELESS PLAYERRS? Now; tiiStMBiSpresentation. mobiles to the most useful players has become of a not excitement, by giv- ing to the two most use- less players in the two major leagues, asks'.lohn II. Rltchlo'in the Minnea- polis .Tournal. The public would fight for grand stand.seats when that a.ward was made, and Hhe puffing of motors would .help the hurt that honor feels when tho badges were pinned upon tlie successful candidates. BRE8NAHAN JUMPS TO FEDERALS New York, K.Y., Oct. 28.-- Hoger Ureanaban, 1'onuur Idol ot tho I'olo grounds, and this year onu of the mainstays l'ii- lilnd the bat for the Chicago Cubs, will uiiinaBn the Itrook- lyn Federal IUKKUO clnt> next year. Jlu 'was signed Into last nltflil in an ironclad tliree- yoars' contract, with the prov- iso that he was to be given ab- solute charge of tho playing end of the giunc at Washington The terms of Itan'B contract wero not an- nounced, but it ttas admitted that the Toledo sleuth not only nccui'od a most excellent salary but a handsome cash bonus as well. The bonus is believed to be CARRIED WOUNDED TRUMPETER TWO HUNDRED YARDS UN- DER HEAVY FIRE AT Y. M.C.A. Ottawa, Oct. rc- jcciyed here loilay tell of the splendid i heroism of an Ottawa hoy, Lieut. .John Kliot, an ollicer at Hie front, serving with I lie Third Hussars. Ill- is the son ot l.'ol. C. A. ICIiol, iiiiviui'.er of the Royal Trust here. In the lave oi German lire at Com- peisnc, young .Eliot picked up a wounded trumpeter and earrio1! him yards to safety. The wounded, man was Trumpeter Newman, who, with a parly, chased a Orimm pa- trol of ten men, of whom six were lulled, two wounded, and two escap- ed. SHOT TIIKOl'Cill IIODY "When got to the the the incident to "we fonml three companies of infantry who jumped up and pine ex tract, rich m suaiacol, which is BO heal to the membranes. To Hvoid diEappointment, be sure and ask your clniffgiflt-for "2% ounces and don t accept anything else A euarnntcti of abanluto satisfaction promptly refunded coes with this wnmratuHi. 3he riixs Co, lo rqnto, Out. a special attraction nn exclusive showing, for the first tine in Canada a reel of motion pictures direct from I the ivar zone-in Belgium Cherri -Kearton is the photogrnpner had the nerve to nenertate the iinn lines to take the'picture" while then bition in this countin is due to th> eneray ot Jlrs. Car! I nemnie the inie of the president of the Lirhersal Film corporation Vrs Heinnlie smuggled the films iabi the seiitn-s, and Drought them to AmciiOl Am- ong the many, diffeieut sho-nn arc scenes, ao'pictmt the deuartuie of various'regiments from Ens inn There are-to he seen also piet ires of actual hattle fields hoth befoie and after engogeraents ind the towns of I Ghent. Termor.de and Malineb. .uefpre and nflor the ermaii occupation Ter monde ind Maimed ire shown in runs is the rospK of the German Bombardment Belgian dogs ire to be seen on tile field wjnio m one scene is shown the coirespondents ,n the hands o' the mtlitnrv Tho pictures are serung to aiouee much enthns iasm. from the oi the same name by Booth Tirkingtou one of the populir nuthors of modem, timet. This s trulj i stoij of intense heart in terest i ston that ifa awe inspiring n tiie depth of the plot, yet the story s so taraoothlv that lieme of. the is easily followed .he catchers a play that will hold -our attelitloa during its entire de .nction aud give food for thought ong ifter the picture is off the screen: The Rrval Undertakers 3s a laugh sure tonic to chase the i-lues a scream from start to aad theu the Hobo Tenor will sing Irish Eyet> that smile IRISH DAY AT THE EMPRESS The 'Empress theatre ia showing an almost exclusive programme for today magnificsnt, a.'i-fenture pro- gramme of Unusual worth. 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