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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETTIBRTDGE'DAILY HERALD Monday, Fourth Time-GVcn Hard Go for Honors by John Anderson Decadence in English Athletics Becoming National Calamity (racdeu City, Srpt. Tra- cers ol Vpftr Tiloalrlair, tte ama- ieur golf clam pi to, today, for the louiih time ia" his career en ir.e Loactaii. Itrllain becoming to isiuited over a'.iilttEcs tliai it to the euliro coyutry ss much trouble'as the of woman suffrage. All rb; greatest am hots are takiug part in tilt coniro- varsy ihai has Ixeu encode red siace tbe receut appeal for a fir U. wii'ch is wanted for ihe purpose of developing a team that caiTmake a re- dpoctable showing at the Olympic games In Bc-rlln In 1916. Frederic ilarrfeou, out oHhe beat authors, John Belt from the et 21 Berlin, saying: "The uhole affair stinks of money and professional pol'huntioe." TUB Dufce of Westminster, iu reply to Harrison, slrctifiiy advocates Great Britain awakecsng from her lethargy and commencing building up a worthy eilc team. He mentions events aiid he closes Ins state-mem by saying. "This is a.ialeof national disaster. Is KnglaoU to do notUing to recover her ancient supremacy as the mother of won tfce highest Coifing hu'corsj Sir Anhur Ccnao Doyle also replies to Mr. HarHsOn, askiue whether to attainable iu ibis country aad kepi can devise a method to prevtut such a luisforlune as Ureat Britain sustained his title ol champioti of the Cnittd ?iockholm, save by systematic, States Gull association. His oppon- ent in tfcc final match of 36 Iiolf> orcr the (iardcu City club's coursr -John G- Anderson cf Hracbuia, ukics preparation. which !u tlie end milEt mnjja.uHmev. The Tin'Cf. commenting editorially, says: "Xot to so to Uerliu would be au insult to our GtTirmn friends nod pros- Mass., former ania'.p-.ir chinVFiou ot pwiive as weH as tbe other nnilous easaged. -which would lw far more j harmful tfoan the possibility of international coiGiilicniiop.i which tho y-imcs The firsi Lalf t-i todav'a malrh I threatened to produce (n the pait. The country is commuted 10 wilh the men en even terms, j toe conU'Et.'1 tiux on the sr.'oud round Travels kltti to work and woa hacdily by five] V? ant! four to play. the early TAJTT? V round Travels was at fault en sev- VV7 U 1IV 1 tral occasions, panicularly uhcn ee-j foliating the three last oi the; outward Alter being one I the first hole Travels grew! ir. AFFECTED BY THE RULE Thfr Hon. L. R. Tennyson, the wn f Lord Tennyson, and grandson of the poet laureate, xsho' has just sprung into fame as a county cricket- Almost up at least liantly. every game he knocks century and fields bril- OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL l and whtn Hi: sisih grem" bad! STARS wrio ALSO GUARANTEE THAT THEY WILL trfn passed national champion t 'nad a lead oi two up. j t'p to that it age Travel s had roads tew mistakes, but starting out from ilie sevrath tee he aln'.ost Quplicatedj his poor oi the.day praiious in' Ills rjalch v7ith IlerreEtofi on ilc yatr.e hole. He sliced bis drives oa this and vent oa the nest toe, losing in succcEalon, uhtle An- dirsoa plaved straight and squared Ale raaU-li." UUDS TO lain HOLI-: NOT AGAIN PLAY IN THE OLD COUNTRY AND ENTER BUS- INESS IN CANADA WILL ALSO BE GIVEN CARDS By George Taylor in Calgary Nuas- Telegram) what 1 haj heavd wail21 down at Kort William, Onl.. STARTERS IN ST. t-EGER From then on until they had do not thick the amateur rula as U eJ the I5th -Anderson was the reafis will prove to a difflcutly or rr. 02 (he cMt hole, however, Tjra-' cause any This was the ro-J Trrs_rjarJe the match all even and j mark mads by Mr. Meeres, tbe presi-] baci a bit of his form u-asjutst the Alberta Amateur Football ncrcT down daring the reaiaintler uil association who arrived Calrary lt.e round !ri all the way in the UEI Denies on tbe w to home in HeJ Deer He has been rcpreseuiins London, Sept. are the siarters in the St ,tte lasl of (ie five clssyic raeeF, riio next al Uoncaater: Aniner, ousli. Bachelor's Wedding, Nlglit Hawk, Lomali. Anla, Jameron, BlrHug- tam and Meglc. No prices are yet there feeing absolutely AdJilioEal Old Country football tfr suits, cot in in time ior publication SMurdny: Mfrthyr I, UrislolO. IRISH LEAGUE Distillery 1, Shclburne 0. Glentqr- an 4, Belfast Celtic 0. Bohemians Ulenavon i. Liiincld'3, Cliltonvillc 0. nUGUV Swansea League 3. XORTHEHN UXlOX Bramley S, Wakeficld Trinity 5. Ilunslet 10, Halifax 0. Hull Kingston Rovers 25, Uattloy 5. Otdlian 10, .j j Ilewsbiyj- S. St. Heless 10, Kyncorn j. S. Southport. 13, Hwhdilr Hotnets m 23, 12. ?Correctiou i Burnley 1. a4, York Ib. -West liromwich ante-post- belting 'to'' <1 bu'l Anderson played a strong, steady at all stagcs-a game thai .v against any other of tfcc players but j Fort William. the clampion hardly have fail-. rd to hiw victory. Travels vras tpssmodifally lirilifent and hi? snr- cess can be attrihuU-d to the fact thai he is resourceful. Alberta ai the annual n-.etlng or the Dominion Football association at The detrated UoEionian made manr during the' ivtej's play. His defflt o! ETans yesttfJay stamped him as a fit opponent' for the cham- pion. Anderson took defeat In a sportsmanlike manner ar.d acknowl- tilgcd that te had been beaten by the test golfer ID America. An immense gallery numbering over 8000. followed the match during the "At any rate, llie football boij- csa- not ebacfc he continued, "as tSB rale is that of the Internatimal feder- ation arxl when Canada became alfil- kere ,5el h'5 ii is probable sec- ond tn the will io raade favorite, .j fy iated they had to adopt it also. How. ever, it Is not likely that we snail have Uie. privilege o! playing professional teams out here very often, about once in five years, perhaps, and then I should be able to gel spec- ial rermiEfion from the A. A. U. of C. to do Continuing on the amateur rule, he said that any man w-ho had played tftcmoon. the tbiong was un- j professional In the old country could weldf at '.irr.es, neithtr piajer had not 'come out here and play as ao any complaint of crowding or inter- j amateur after June 1, 1513. Suca aHo was the ruling a! the International Norwood Wanderers Capture .the Connaught Soccer Trophy Fort William, Out, Kept. 7.-In the waichcd the play and the close scote liar game oi the tnosf "speclacul. nat-'gdt cup scries (he Norwood H'an- Jitpt their interest (torn tailing. The (edeiulioo. But there .was a way in whlca this could be overcome. "Any such man could by 3lgriir.g a guar- antee that he would riot play again in football Si, the old.country and about to enter into business 'n Can- ada and only play In amateur ranlrs :ur card. This was wcat happened in the case of Jerry De.irj. The reports that hM In tbe western papers that Jerry bad been barred from taking part in the dominion championship fames ivlth Fori. William 0. P. U. Incorrect, arid jfrry appear, ins ivlth his team, aad plaj-Jug well. Barter's Resignation Pres. Kre3 Barter bed resigned from that position on account of. private reasons. Mr. Meeres saM he had teen of Barter at Fort anii he thought that much he had reaJ in attaclt warranted. of Mr. Barter M-as Of course-, Mr. Barttv a little autocratic, Imt the fact remain. that he had worked hard fcv (oot- ball and ho ha'] it on good autiorlty toat since Mr. Barter had started in wilt the A. K. ll'had cost him up- wards of K. Bailey Fif'ner, o! Winnipeg, ivould probably be the next president, and although Tom Houert- EOn wished to resign the secretaryship hfi tho'jeht the ivould per- 't suace him lo keep on with the work. had lost to the I.acMne team j championship nest the chaniiiionsliip ot Montreal earlier in the week ada by playing a ,iraw game with the j so, they tied with the .CM'.R. in which the score was twojdereis, the latter led in Ibc s< all. Upwards ,'ot three thotifar.a and awarded the cup. year the i. Uc. the games would ce IS. when ft known provinces wore affiliated. At the present there were cnly lr.n lhat had not come into lino. Nova Scotia, and British Columbia, and It POLO MATCHES START AT COWLEY TODAY Today the btg polo matches of the Western Canada Polo associa- tion place at Cowley. TV.O gjmes take place tctfay, two to- morrow, and the final for the championship will 'take place on Wednesday, when the North Fork team will defend the Osier cup. KM HI MOTOR-PACED CYCLE RACE ENDS IN BUHSTS Cologne, Sept. Uasson, an American cyclist, and a German driver, were killed, and Jlein- hold, thr German's paccicaker, was fatally injured here today in 'the course ol a niotot-pacfd cycle race tor the 100 kilometer championship.' was pacing truinard, R frenchman, a tire, ol Ws motor- cycle burst and the racers iverc huil- ed'to the bottojn or the track- Law- son's sVull and both arms were frac- tured. CUBS SIGN THREE PLAYERS Cbicago, SepL Murpuy ol the Cubs announced today the sign- Ing of three new players- They are: J. J. Connor, a pitcher from lie University of Illinois; Wil- liam Valandingharu Hifcronymus, a right-handed pitcher from Clinton co'jiily. Ohio, and Charles Pauwen, a first baseman, ivho baa been playing Inll here. the The Arn-iStrong chaEJengers for Mann lacrosse-cup -defeated on Saturday by the Vanoitjiver A.1 C. by 16 floals to 2, ,'ln the the Armstrong boys had ''it en the" cup holders twa to one, but after that it was 'Vancouver's flame, at every point, the challengers were checked and ignominlotuly walloped. The Irish-Canadians, champions of the Dominion Lacros's-. Association, 1913, defeated the Toronto'blue ehlrts on Saturday, by a score of 14 to 11, at Montreal, It was the final game of the season's schedule, and Toronto tried hard to puli out a win. The peat-season series for the cham- pionship of the Western Canada l'ea- gue was- concluded at Moose on Saturday rlctout Moote Jaw was given the game and the chim plonahip In a ssven-innlngt encounter. The was 2 to 1, and the game wji kicked away by Manager Hurley and Captain Chick, of the Quakers, who attempted to bully the umpires and delay the issue. The result was that the game was called Irt the sev- enth on account of darXrtfcs, Mooit Jaw fans thought the game been given against them and they proceed ed ti: clean up the umpires, who had to bt given polfce protection before the truth was learned. Saskatoon has protested the game. There was to have a bFs polo tournament at Macleod on Friday but of the outside teams expected failed to materialize, and the contest for the Macleod cup narrowed down to the local men and a team from Cochrane. The vfiftora won 7to 3, having the better horses when it came tc the endurance test. White Hans Wagner sits on bench waiting for the summons to pinch hit, he receives a salary of 000 yearly. He alto ownt a, brewery fn Homestead, Pa. Frjtz Maisel, Chance's young star, is said to be A wonder at base running. A New York writer