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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin-: DAILV GREAT CATCHERS WILL APPEAR IN WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Has Cleared Quarter Million Dollars I'nsnsptduu will mil you; th it the homo of nisaim financial af-: Jans is tin lock exchange or Iho' KI ilu iiuiMl HIII dismiss iln- Hid I uibf io iho righi urni; I hi; original padikul cull ucctifiniimi i.s that oC iiroiitotliiK boxing matches., Quici persons ol' type i 1 noi i 01'IK 'lie wiles ol1 UK- rinj; iioi' llio markui, must mivt; mar hoiv iiMiclt it' they I'll) MM 1 il .lOllllPOll hi io icitjii t'oi 1 Hut, if WHS ii limn d I utd to accept i it 'I S'M) t 7 [icr sixty seconds' j 5ai im f I t IK miiir iiilc im-l at it is thut j Johnson lias been (IcimuKUni; strirriy i hin iht c, irninfr capacity he lias definitely established for some time. I o r iniplc. Johnson's last battle IitipiKiiicd to! ruccinily re-' r "u The cliam- uny CELEBRATED BOXER WRITES RING NEWS FOR THE HERALD James J. Corbett is going to keep Herald sport paja readers potted on affairs, of the roped arena. The former world's heavyweight champion pugilist will contribute a breezy letter on fighters and their movements once a week. Of recent years Gentleman Jim has become a fistic critic of the highest order, and not only does the former champion write in en. tertalnlng style but his stories may be taken as first hand dope 'from an accomplished authority. The first Installment of Jim's pen appears In today's Issue. Read it good dope. FOOTBALL Remarks on the "Stavordale" The famous Calgary Caledonian count. One can only 'explain the fat- fhio Johnson was paid o somiwbeio in ihe neighborhood of j ?I.IOl) per each ininuie (if actual bat .nd. lest the reader may think this h u. mere isolated instance) of earning we may lake llle following f in this conn-ection: Johnson, including the champion, ship light'with Tommy Burns 111 IflnS, for which he was hut poorly paid f Burns -selling a has fought 7S rounds us a challenger and a title holder. For this sum he has been paid a total of SlflH.OOO. This reduces" to tile remarkable sum of round, or an average of w i ininiili His lushest rate of pay was per minute, received lot- beating Jeffries. ill. ih the In figures of the i liaiumim s t-niings from tho time he m lti i In-, KCilHly roflised offers On n HUM for three lights, on n Inim but ttn rounils in tloii I'o btl s-. hi promoters ''lil ue nitdx. i inodicnm aVter pav- ing ihe ciiainploa his big bill. 'b i m> to all. the frui irs no the promoters, but i nil tli nul.'le ill general, which j'Logan iHv.) j Cirls, Iviiidi'i-garten. A. I Mirens ll-'l; i, K. Selliker (Cj; W. Ij'mery Hoys. Si-., hop. step and cord, feet IP; 11. Duns- won h iM.a.i; i', G. Mc-Kain (C.i: yds., broad ami nip. :i total medal I-cyK on l on to EXEUNT SOUTHPAWS Arthur Irwln Says Left-Haiided Pitchers Are Dying Out littlo intcrinediaie, broad Jiiiup-- Record, IL1 feet S'i II. llv-.'iiii O. l-'nllcrlon ll-'i: i H.S.I .iv., tiiree-le.2ged Ir. ('rayon and G. firiEt A. Jii- llvena anil .1. .1. .ind B. Girls. Sr.. peanul 0. 2, Henlley III.S.I: ers (U.S.I Hoys, Sr.. high 1 iV; I" I, G. JIi Kain Aird M. Dunsworlli lll.S.) l-'oys. sriioii-lB II. llcllvcna IV. i; 1; l.iiclicnbauer "Fl: F Oil-Is, .Ir., Frache vds.. JL'ii hasohall -hrniv. hoi jiMiiif. and third in high j -'I points. "lt -_'i, >-iirf.. race, second :n lrawh.111 tiirov.- and third in Km HJial of lifw iiiierniedini.., record in .1 feel 2 all -u. ol L' iiit-hes on the bust p-.-ev- ious .recoril. I'rai.scn. hrsts in bread juniii. yds.. ill llle Id I-, were them ninety up. to itv of foetball centre :SB Whyle, ctts, of the S. 0. of against them id a probable defeat :tt the end of the full j Ilie Calgary boys cl.ra 1 fact (hat they were j On s picked team nf Leth-! and not the Overseas SI against the One cunnot, of! good worlt, hut. he missed "chance in tho first half, I when wiih only one faille hack Ihe goiilheeprr to beat, he passed the bull of rushing through in his old way for the" goal. Allowance caiij of course, he made lor lirenuaii, who was palpably otii, position, and he- afforded very little opnor- his team-mates. Home was Jllgh his weight, availed him THIS HAS BEEN TORONTO'S YEAR Wen Big Four Pennant and Best Connie Mack's Athletics icr Snal- Things arc coming Toronto's way o fast that the toivn stands in dau- of losing its head. The fair was Hill. It. is a case ot all being over the .cheering. Better things were expected of the National Lea- gue, when the Chicago Cubs ivcrc snapping most viciously at the heels of the Xew York Giants, but the Cubs Jiave run themselves out of breatli. British Olympic Finding championship of the Big Four; the ball team has won the International League vannaiit: and the same team London, Sept. The Bulish Olympic Council has issued its ciindal report on the Stockholm games. H Hev. Robert S. Dn Cotitcy Lallan. The leading point as set forth in th-e greatest ever, if not more- so: the first work on the new union sta- lion is at last about. Io he commenc- ed: its lacrosse team has won the 's signed by Loud Dcsborongh and the matter. They are and when playing thc.v natnr- to stand for Athletics, the world's .champions. That I certainly is- glory enough to dazzle i ihc eyes of the Queen City folk. Any successes would havo piesenlatives, and Parker, I elated an ordinary (own. but when f'I'c report is the need of national snn- "ufl .thp port and more money tor le -o Temiant and l.lnliing, I have left !0 executive Hie compeliiiou have decided, and rightly so. I be- lieve. "aliens-1 are not eliglhlj to play on the Overseas' team, and as the latter in their nreseut condilic.n can- 1101 ro cvei-roiii..-! the Cnlgarv j ;c3Di on own -inidden, stny nt I ihe Bennett! rirsl- They were ineifeclive in the mill of 1 l'p0h.ts anutiii.r There is also lillcr iiorlioii, only through tho failure winning bmnxe nrertai. Craigen who i" of which enters n." they will home: and seeom last. Moth of liicn, ployed hrll- I Hani focthall. ,-ind h.-ivi- the added dis- tiiiction of being the only I.ethbridge players who played wi-11 all the game display In Hie d half being as good as in Ihe :ist year's imiior ohampion. i.rokol I'.vn rcvord in broad inn anolli :lg feet IO inches. i DOE bo told noiv. I XTW VOTk, Sepl. several] weeks spent in observing ,VOrk o'! young players in ihc minor IKISHCE IhroilKhoiit (he country, Arthur Irwin.j Hbn thai Ihe ii cniiibc.-l IS befor 'oturn to N'.Mv iRec sncii Plley are net fo same as '''-handed pitchers lire Ihe bushes this e." said Irwiu On hi? Vovk. "and never of southpaws. he had. My experience experience of olh Crcnidt ,-f, .M.rllveiiii Olrlj, liindersarli-n. pola (Cl; K. llnllworfh of the local beys, story, which need d I only mention reminding ihn; tin c- tho finished eariier in iiai been the c.-'.se Saturday's match UK 1'i.siou of the have no i ilien Overseas' i of Iheir team-males, [.inning, has been a paiiiculai- fnncy of mine since lie first played in will 1101. 1 liope. have" his head turned' by tho many pretty things EKifl of jlim this Were tllllte served, by the way. Tennant made an ideal Her for young or, if yon wish, (.inning mnde an ideal lianner for 'Pennant, whichever you like; and I am afraid Hie (.ethuridcc! ('allies will be up against a-stiff pro. j posiiion to how to place l.innini; and Tennani in Iheir forward' line in future. Tnnnanfs nvn goals were so nncMiecled 1 I hey conic along in a hunch, It is only j a strong-minded, modest people, like ihe Toronjcnians, who could.'stand the combination without becoming punod After nil their assumed snperiority and boasting, it is not flic major base- ball leagues, bn! the International that is supplying the fans with an evert- ing finish. In the American league e-i'J8 i "kes He is 0'Brien7of tile Mines just tosdllarenp the schedule! American league. He ,nv, it was and earn a little money, but so far as j bard going in under the ehainpionslnp is concerned it ,s! Ban Johnson's rule i, is easv sailing just as much Boston's as is Beacrn nnd he finds Jhe work delightful. was not enabled tho purposes. It is contended that i mere specialisation which United Stales and Sweden to do bet- ter than England in (he games, ami that the great factor In the excel- lence of American teams lies in the. existence ol institutions throughout tile United Stales after the model ot the New York- Athletic club. Umpire Who Likes Joh. One umpire has been found, who On the -whole, il. was a gi.cil f; scouts win, whom I have talked. Cilnuoi accnnni for it. excepl in the. ry that lofl-inndoil persons are gvl- nire in all walks life. my trin-H ihis season aw few pin-here, fewer (ill I ev.'r saw in all inv yrars of rn lot IKINI season limn- will soiitbpjv.s in big Xeidig COJP, Sr.. SSfi ton Konneil (Jf.S.) llo.s. ,Ir.. broad jnnil en 2. A. llollveii (Fl. i'.oys. iiiterinediate. r minuies li. fi. Feivis and K. K, I'. l.ii 1 saw j Holt, and O. Fiillerton I ri.-i, T. Horn. 11. Nelson srila. inierinediate. ;i, n. Itichardson ic'l: L! The IIKIII or ihi. hour in A.j.ieff Ti-sreaii, the giant piielu.r Vork Xallonals, fwmi-rly of the plained bntli Rube r-kenbiuier, j MaiiioWHfiti ii! I-I: F. rar-jtho Xiw Vorl: n......... and It. liich-i piichci-M of n-idge toiinH'.v. u saying ibai i would li-.-aifti Ihe Caluary j not a greai, one. nnd il helped In es-i we raw on Saturday. As it was. labllsh soccer foot hall more firmly in j at I'hiyers Ihe affecliinis of the l-eihlirirtf-.. iroin the othiT two clubs, they gave ing public, ami while we i.-iniiol bo-rM the Cullies unite a game, and but forja victory over Ihc redoubtable Qll-l blmenlahle ami iinreasoiialite fnll-l gary Caledonians, al least ing off in tbrir in. the second! hull. Ihe loea's v.ihild undoubtedly i have pur paid to thr Cnlgarinns' ae-' "ait nn .-nid take notice." A if snme.thing. ALL WOOL HEALTH i YOU :crtainly can Frost and enjoy yourself thoroughly this winter by wear- Up ing an "Eastern Aviafioa Cap." Just the thing for driving-, slcating, tobogganing, the thing- for our crisp, clear, cold, invigor- ating- western climate. The Eastern Aviation Cap IT tjli in any ,1 years." lends Hie League with