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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Phon Lograpns We are sole agents for these goods in JLetWbridge and full line of macjmies, both "and t four minute .records. CANADIAN PRICES ON .EDISON PHONOGRAPHS 'Gem -Standard Standard Combination Hcmc Home Combination .552.CC Triumph Comb........378.00. DELANEY WANTS FOUKTH CHAMPION BEFOKE HE QUITS PUGILISTIC GAME JACK The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. loss 412 ROUND PTICA PLAYES SETS iRECOBDFOIl THEFTS IZIMMERMAN; OUTFIELDER, HAS STOLEN 107 BEST IN TWENTY YEARS .What is a recorfl for stolen bases Siuring- the last 20 years was -made hy WTffiam N. Zimmerman, ht fielder, who during the the Tjtiea New t; close. e at a ts State- league season, brought nf I. head ot THNKS AL KAUFMAN-IS THE MAN WHO MAY TAKE AWAY JOHNSON'S GOSSIP OF f" OF THE FIGHTERS (By Jeff Thompson) ,be a wildcat at gar-? he may be New York. Sept. seesis that's. 32nd cousin uf. :he champion as Billy Beianey has "rescinded his deci-'ttiac- 11 .sion and will not withdraw from the _____ 1 jfighting: game until he sees the crown I torn from the dusky 'brow of Ja-ki ?fiourke' th? of the Xa' Johnson and'Al Kaufman of CalifJ-- I club in this city, has. 1 nia seated in the kins: puePfct's cha-'r tlie manager of Delaney admits at tMs of the uyclone' and J LEMBERG CAME BACK STRONG Market. Eng., Sept. compensated his owner. ,Mr. Fairie. for his un- lucky defeat in the St. by. winning today the ten thousand pound Club stakes. He starM at 3 to l on. j. s. Morrison's Dibs, 100 to.tf, was second, and W. Hall Walkers Ulster King, 100 to re- v.-esrern cyclone, and est fighter in the world-but wait a Ad for hitman. ;K.? says he will let "Cy" do 133 pounds at the ringside for the light- weight thanspion, and that if he does- defeat him in 20 rounds or more lie doesn't want a cent for his end. Ii j Thompson wins over V.'olgast he will j the latter have 60 per cent of the i its at this stage of game that Jack Johnson is che great-' 6 'S little while: Delaney has made three champions. After he makes the fourth lie will re- He says. with Delaney retiring is sometfciiig like the rich nian.'s- promise to cease making He always wants a little bit more. i] TWO MEN ARE AFTER GOTCH RUSSIAN AND INDIAN WANT A MUST FIRST DECIDE WHO IS THE BET- 4-J TER WRESTLER New York, Sept some jjspects the heavyweight wrestling sit- AWV LU resembles the pugilistic field. third. Also KLHS include St -t i mat Gotch, is not being -vuciian. Duke Michael, Char- wi-k challengers "from every iemont lamella, Bernard and and as is Johnson, but of Naples.' ,Ll'there two men now active who claim that they are justified in asking for a match. They occupy the same places in regard to the wrestling title' do Kaufman and Langford in the! i pugilistic field Perhaps K I schmidt and -the Indian wrestler AFTER THF 4TTTOihaVe entl-usiastic backers than -C3-- J the two boxers. BIG IEAGUE GAMES Automobile owners are informed that a plant for the repairing of all kinds of Tires and Tubes has been iustallecl by the Central Cycle- and Repair Works. 33la Eighth Avenue, east, Calgary. The difficulty ,-liitherto met with in having tires and tubes Vulcanized has been eliminated by the introduction of a thorough, up-to-date plant. Specimens of work on application. Work sent returned with all pos- sible despatch. Central Cycle and Repair Works 11 i 331A Eighth Avenue East 4 0 Calgary. A. j. BARNES', Prop. NATIONAL At New York- Cincinnati 8 0 New York 10 5 Caspar, Suggs and McLean and Clarke; Ames and At .ritrsburg Brooklyn Adams and Gibson; Burke, Dessau and Bergen and Miller. At ;mcago 13 2 Boscon S 5 Mcintyre and Kling; Frock, Burke nd Haridan. At .cten-1 St. Louis BIG CLEVELAND FRENCHMAN i the Australian Speaking-in an unbiased, vpin re-i fight promoter is making plans to. Delaney said he was ready to bring about a meeting between Sa give credit where credit is due. He Langford and TorrKiiy BTJ declared that at this time stole 107 oases in 135 [games, -Kith a batting -7S_ Zimmerman has-been Atlanta, club. of "Troy, stole the r 'of oases 'in the New numbering- -41. r stolen, bases ev- '.was by Harry Stovey in i Jfergest the aw-'to get the me" to s--n m eight division by ngnt of clean and hold the figire in London some time ir straightforward conquest. However, December. He is at presea Delaney know? as well as- every iol-.bg with both Langford and lower of fighting all champions; must end "their, fighting days. LEAGUE PITCHERS Larry Lajoie, leading slugger of the The American league, after the aUo- effprta mobile given away to the batter at the end of 'he the two boxers. At any rate, both the Russian and the Indian have signified their inten- tion of coming to this country in the; winter and seeking a match ''tsoston v Gotch. A regular report creeps forth I Blanding and Smith; C. in GUll times thai" tho. i----'bmitn. COlline an.3 K 2 11 Harmon and Phelps; Bwing and AMERICAN 'At Cleveland 9 3 7 0 u bcusted average yesterday that the champion has Sometimes it goes ignored _ frequently the monotony is still varied by an immediate denial. If Gama and Hackenschmidt come here this winter some city should see an interesting Before either Pla7er ...'..I Clarke 'I Thompson's Boxing Chat ---------_ auo Strange, isn't it. haw., prominent towards Milwaukee where re- records in the bi- drop oat Less than Champion the light- months ago. of Jeffries in all-peace and quiet anc was on the tongue of every on the tongues of a nuxn-1 -ex Rickard is cow-said to be ivyw acouT i a Project to establish a only way Big Jim can get MsJStrfDg of k-Snly ornate saloons and isrpTOhimo- places across Mexico. Tcs 3 the gainbilng fever and ha take a chance on anything! If simple life. He's getting it. by getting a single, a two-bagger _ a home run out ot four times to bat. jthem Gotch into an encounter Battling Nelson is once again in the _ ln lhe second Same Smith purposely part, joaes 23-47 beat- i. .....OS Of thft ____ LO c Lue -w ,mil6b in new time, set- AmflnVa j-i. v xie wants to plav o, die branches ox the Johnson family jsirong hand in engineering his oc- tree, and as "Battling Jim" seems tc i affairs. ting a mark'of IS: This, mark also took the .from De.Pslma witb the niaote at Orand he having held time Rapids, Mich. The 15 miles 'sr.de in 3-5 Oldfield also sel mark for the one-hour event, travelling ,'80 1-2 mile? during the hour, bestin crd by i 3-2 miles. America and the Seattle physician was quoted with the opinion that Ga- ma could defeat Gotch. A bout be- tween Gama and Zbyszko was a farce, i rittsbarg umcinnati St. Louis Brooklyn .Boston 93 S4 -73" 60 50 P. C. 47' 59 62 7-1'. 74 82 85' 94 -50S '.497. -.4-17 '.413 The pole kneeled for about two hours" i WOT P A