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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LFnnmTJXJi: DAILY HER ALP Friday, October 31.1913 Jimmy Clabby is An Eminently Clever Boxer But Not a Stanley Ketchell lns (By W. W. I low. was Jimmy's particularly nice San VrknelsJO, Oct. 30.-H was ill ladwuMl of dlstanco wbcn sbt to enthuse over the way Clabby oauced" t' handled Sailor I'clroskey, but n'hcii reEard him as a'wizard of the, boiins any oae undertakes lo call Jimmy platform. second Stanley Ketchel It is time to! For my owu parl, after many years this kind o( a thins, I c- SEATS EACH FOR ARMY-NAVY CAME Noted Auto Driver Crushed to interpose an objection. Clabby albejt of uatchlni .sberrr artist as can say thai I never saw Clabny's suu- Is burg in years, erior ns a defensive fighter, li is has wandered into Ibi resemblance to; trick. I suppose for a fast-footed man _ fox terrier lo a Bguting to safely oul ot reach ot "a forth. rs a oj n L D 11 J C bull yap Chbbv Is cleverness itself, risht. onettyle rusher like Death at tjrooklandS, Lng., ,M ,t ,7 (ll? cleverness oi tbe oM -but to saugc his swings so thai they Today HIGH SPEED-TIRE BURST ...______ __ school of iVilDS.'whereas Ketchel was l plo" "-.c air a bare sis inches from the ,f a .bundle of firecrackers In tbe raalle- '.KJ is anolber mailer, -Xew York, Oct. arrangements bare been made al Its Po'.o Grounds to care for a crowd of 11.500 'persons for. tho. Army-Navy foolball game The Kill be sold oi 3.00 each, and the. boxes at JlOO.Ofc The army.and navy will re; ceive 35.000 of the seats. Additional special orders are expected, and "tbe chances are thai not more than seats will be put up for. public sale. MATTY ASPIRES TO BE A BIG LEAGUE BOSS Loniicn, Oct straightaway of many worid'i a J tew tricks. Ketchel was always changing feel, and shoulders too, for thai matter, and his opponent always in as to whether tbe nest assault 'was to be a shift or a sragay utomobile! Clabby holds fast lo the straigbt- Erccktar.es1 hiolor race track laday, while making an effort lo break Ihe cri-hour rscord. and speeds them as quicuv and of a one-punch man, as a rale, whils it is doubtful ff Clabby will knocker- of leoa. Rbby is Lambert's speed was more than ever" gain distinction as a k miles an hour the liret Ths machine .nd I tliih shot over the top -He ]3 Ketcbcl. but if t ask- The driver was cruihed be- ej to ncall some one he resembled ncnth'the wreckage. He died on the among tho 'old old-time ring heroes. 1 fol- v.-ay'to-the hospital. should be inclined lo liken him to Lssl Monday, Lambert captuced the Jack Dcmieey. ('Ity world's record, covering the i Among the San Francisco firtt dislanc-'in 27 minutes 22-5 lowers dabby caused us much of a On February 15, on the same sensation as Gibbons once in be eitiblished'a new record for one New; York. It was the lisbtning hour miles. -'At the same time of Clabby-s straight left that put the h-made "a new hu'ndred mile record crowd in the proper frame of mind lo appreciate the things that ware to fol of mlriutei 49 J-5 jecondl. LUMBERMEN :BOWLERS WILL-WIN IF SCHOOL: HERALD by did ovtr and over again. As n consequence he was well with- n striking dislaice before Pelroskey .could recover bis equilibrium afler ach frenzkd. futile swinj, and my! how-the sailor was peppered before he could throw himself into fighting position again! When Peiroikey began to work the lelt did not work worth a cent, by tbe looked as though Clabby would need to be more spry In springing backward. He stood tis ground In Ihe same old way, however, and when tie last installment ot the sblft came curvetting around be just snapped his bead away a few Inches and permitted the 'atmosphere to re- ceive the full force of tbe lunge. i( WRS tbe work of a pugilistic malbemalican, all right, and while some of. our rising young rlngmcn might copy many of .Jimmy's tactics with advantage, I'd advice them not to cut things so infernally floe in the natter of yanking the head out of range unlii they have mastered aboul everything else I'nere is to master. Thl Y.M.C.A. board ol directors forfeited last night's bowling tourna- ment lo the Lumbermen, tvno borrl- ed on- iiie Ihree" games in spite of the non-appearauce. of the. boird team. The- following scores were Wanless 80 121 166 iCesclh 78 15S Jlilchrll 123 H3 TROUBLES' COMPLAINED OF BY ,'-.'.FULTZ CAN BE EASILY ADJUSTED Cincinnati, 0., Oct. chairman of the National ,9 p baseball COAST RACING CLUBS WILL BE BROUGHT TO -TIME MINJSTER OF JUSTICE The rnKting 'ol the Brilisb..Colom I came, to a close caseoan B 35th and came to a clos 190 yesterday said he could see very lit-' gept.. 13, enihraced 62 racing (lays 106 lie that is inequitable or improper in Jurin? which -192 rices were deoide. the demands recently made by. the and was distributed 521 Totals 1S3 5i9 team score yet made. TilK HACK This the Lumbermen's tame oi the first schedule .and finish promises to be feiciting. The lieralri still holds the lead, last stakes- and- ,n this OWnBrs shared, plavtrs through Dand Fultz, presi- denfo! the Players' 1'rotective aEso-; tribuljo cialion.'and ht thought the troubles by J. C. Ferris with to h complained gl by the. players could be credit, while won easily adjusted. The statement 'be lows: j 4'0n looiing through Ihe by the players, I lir.n few J- Handoiph Tbere will be no "move such mcc demands ings in Canada. Though the law fix one. more series lo roll off. H things meijuilable or unreasonable, ihc school learn succeeds in wresting and very fen things that cannot be .-.._ settled Quickly, with fairness and the beat of good will on both sides. There should be amicable relations and sc-nl! undeistatidlDg hetvreen employer and employee, in'every profession, and the present baseoall troubles can easily he. smoothed over. Most of the play- three games irom Ihc. Herald, the latUr two will be tied ior second plate, the lumbermen. then winning the series. Hut the Herald team is vijuite confided of taking at least one frame, will-enable them lo ruith the honors. The following is the standing oi-the diilerent clubs: W- L. Pet. Jle.-aM......... -H1 2..867 Sclool......... 7 .Tlormilory 5 llusiness .Men 5 'Telephone t Board of Directors 0 schedule closes N'ov'. S and .the. second opens the' following rfay. The wieners of each schedule will play oG. Tor the ehampion-ihlp. .779 .583 -.117 .417 .333 .001 es seven days .as the duration of meeting, and that limit was obser ed in ail other' Jrorinces, (he. Pacil coast clubs gave r.6 heed to it. Thtk ability to do what was prohibited j elsewhere was based on ac opinion of 1 Attorney-General Bowser oi british' Columbia, that the limitition-did not .inect meetings where the pari-muluel system was used. .Whether rrs' requests could easily be adjusted ser'B good or not do.fs not wilhoul need of special statutes-'.matter now. The.minister of jusUce simplv by a talt bslween bas announced, in" reply lo complaints r the parties" involved from Hritish (.'ohitiibia, tbat.Lc 'Officially we nave not yet received tlie point made so clear as- 50 DESIGN OF UPTON'S YACHT WILL TAKE SOME BEATING I .Wonderful Model Made Combining Extreme .Grace and Speed London, Ocl. Thomas I.lp- ton stiles Ibai Ihe Work of laying the for MB challenger for the Am- erica's begun. He-has-en- gaged Captain Turner, as professional commandei1 of the yachl, and is signing A crew. DcEpilo Ihe secrecy which he h nc- C'.tEaTily sialntBinlng, sir Tboaias showed confidence Ir the United Slates 'by cshlWUng i tompleted model of the challenger li Birneson, who Is In London on business connected with Ihe Panama Pacific International EAposillon. Bsrawon, who Is a San Franclscre> tWe (o betl Mr, S'fcbolson' 'Tbe nodrl we hive seen 1 of moft Ihlnga i vJfn'jMed, combining as i: copy of tbe players' demand, hut Fe will no doabt-receive them indue eason. Qnly one hitch is oir.mission will riot talk with Mr. ultz. If Ihc players inlend to seed delegation ot tfcelr own number we ill receive them in the most amic- ble fashion, but we cannot see where ny outsider has any business in Ibis ffair. any more than i( we should sk the players to sland for dicta- 'on from the attorney without a hare of stock or the alighlest taler. al.itt any ball club." be beyor.d any such interpretation. KILLED Yarmoiilh. WHILE. H.UNTINO -N.S., Oct Goodwin was shot" and Instantly kill- ed at Lower Argyie yesterday. "With a companion, Edgar he went Inlo Ihc woods on 'a shooting expedi- tion. They "became separated, and Goodwin, getting a number ot rabbity, slung IMm'on.hfs-back. While bend- ing over, selling a snare. Green mis- look him (or an animal and fired, kill- ing him v SBISTER'S RECORD tS A REMARKABLE ONE Mayed Hundredth Game on 'Saturday i HJS Been. Ruled Off Four. Times njinilloo. Oct. 30. -Hot) Isbisler, veteran roan ol tt.e Tigers, play- ed game of football last Saturday. With this accompliip- ed it is now a certainl) that the daddy. of 'em all will lay down hi.n alter. tbls season and uakii tte other fellows. Durin? his twelve jears ol f.ulliall activity, Issy has won Ihe reputation ol being the greatest, cleanpjt most valuable man plavinz football. Up to he had plajcd 83 garr.ej, and these, along th Ihe four h Ur. west, .vA those with Argo3. Ottawa real, have brought his total (hie- cenlury mark. Jssy has Keen ruled oft four up lo lirnei in 100 games, Ihnr nf his Itips lt attempts to defend himself against Jim Vaughan, the Ottawa wing man, who generally- managed to give Ihe big lellow rough voyage when they iooVed up. His la-si offence .was in the memorable- Tiger-Varsity play-oft 'or the Dominion title fn 1910, when he .disputed 'a, decision. by Kefe-cee Mc- Aithur. admitted late that Issy's kick was legitimate. WORSHIPING THE CONQUERORS The. Philadelphia Athletes, world's champion base-hall team, were fjltlng- iy honored at a reception .and ban- uet the Quaker Clly. Mayor of Philadelphia, and toe penalty linieri thj rtsull nl'. escoii. Governor Vemon Tencr were among the celebrities present, besides a num- ber of baseball magnates. Prevfou.i lo the banquet a grand parade look 1'lace, headed by bands''End mounted tioliccinen. The ball playin anil ConnloMack rode In aulos behind Ihe Games ai tawr; Hamilton at Montreal. Intercollegiate Union Teams McGlll 3 H, M. C Z Torouto 1 Queen's -.0 Kor 100 S7 11 It Games McGlll at Queen's anil R.M.U, at Toronto. O. R. F. U. (Senior) W. L. Kor ParWale- .___S 1 T. H. A. A. I 38 Hamilton ILL1. 0 1 23 Games at llam- I lllon R. C. 33 Some men temptation can exile, You can't get-them to flinch; But most of us preach by tho mils, And practice by tho Inch. The Scotland Wool- en Mills Co.'s Twenty Dollar Made-to-Measure Overcoat for Win- ter Wear Is Just the Overcoat for Men and Young Who Want Exactly One Hun- dred Cents Worth of Actual Clones Value f0r Every Dollar Paid, and Brim full of Unfailing Worth TEE NEW fVIMTER; STYLES. ABE HERE IN STRIKING COLOR EFFECTS Out-of-Towni Write Our New Fall Sample Fashion Chart 404-Sth St. South Leth- bridge1 Phone ,1858 ;