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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE PAILY HERALD FRIUAV, APRIL 3, 1914 New ijorinett ani New Easter Suit at Semi-Ready Store Saturday of Clubs; bum Rovers) -and -Penninjton (West iiromwicb half- backs, Sliirgeis (Sheffield McCal! (Preston 'North Kcit) end McSeal (West'.Broiawlch forwards. Wild en, (To.itenham Hot- '-Fl.eminj. (Swlndon Hamp'lon (Aston. Joseph SnirtV' iBplton ...Wanderers) and .-M'ossc'rop. RONANANDP'GRADY' FORGOASTHOCKEY; 1MGUE ORAFTEO.FROM N.H.A. BY THE PATRICKS-MEW HULES ADOPTED Ho- T.ia, oi Oltawa, acd fieoige O'Grady, STADIUM TO PRINCETON FORMER GENfBOUS MT FOR FOOT. BALL AND ATHLETICS Princeton, XJ., rnade lodaj''by players are part ot the draft allowed by "tie Coast League, acd WM> lected yesterday by. Frank and Lester Patrick, the Coast :League magnates at a meeting of representatives Katiciisl Hockey Association and H.v v oast League. The third man oi allowed the Coast League build a filadiutn aud present it to tne university tor use of tbo atblellc as- SHOOT..: [PRACTICE VE R YBO DY CITY ....b.ert'jflotastoD, A revised "cocStitiition was passed on'to it will be aSoptAi. pi t f olnts up for: discussion .l.ajl'.- msol was the age limits tfcat .shaljjbe'ma'dc' -a jgo'oi'1 deal-p! 'debate' i .to ,rnaie. _ juiiipr lirnit'' under.'-'16-. years, tenhediate'-limit- under. 20 years and the senior- limit SO yearp ar.d BasebaH; loot'bail, 'fastaiball -_will It the main' sport-'of. the le'agre.'anrt 'teams .will be seen on the year is .'.being looked of each RiRe as which thi (or will be shoot held .ill be chosen from the Qceoec team A soon as that cluh's list' is autiibcr of important changes In tira-a used {or Yalo football gauiq next fall. Tbe ComcitUeo ion.'Grounds Buildlnfs met today arid approved the plan. The- Board >'H1 for- mally accert the gift'on April 9. The stadium" will be "uullt of re-en- forced concrete "shape of the letter V. and will sial 41.000 p The wiM be on the southern li-oiidiuEs. Tho'esilraated cost is. it" cbanec suggested is in the pen- iJSOO.OOO, to be given entirely by Mr. It was The object of the gift Is to mraslf decided to do away, with fines jincrease the and income nd for any infringement ot the rules of the unlrerfily by giving tack into. -player shall be ruled.o3 for a stal- d period. The rule introduced Hie. latter pail lie season not allowing players to ody one. another into the fence vill also be adopted. The-rink will.be divided" fmo three ections by colored lines runoiag [cross tlie ice as to assist jreferees n catcLtEg oft-side loafing.'- It was decided to continue next season with six-man'boclter in the -V. 11.'.-S. and seven-man Lockey in the west. There will le- no o3-side from a roalteeper and there sbaH be uo face- Ihe treasury for scholMlic tiie money Kow saenr'annually tc? the erection o! temporary -ll.eacuers (or big football The field will be used tor football and track athletics on'y. TRIGGER ANDIRAP A GOOD LINE OF 3PORT The pleasure lo be eajoycfl while ihcotlng at the traps can he easily as rertained by merelv a gun ttea social side of tb9 it is surely only neces- sary to quote a trap shooter's maxim CTTlQOM WITT WDCQT1 Pl'A mean "i10- "fif.sbur-temperea tLLIoUlN WILL never lasts of trap shooters." hav 35 memlf3r% club m awaV five feet trim raea facing the. puclc. AT "sASK" ATOON Al ViS irrespec- tive'oi they'.aie membets ol Iba assocjatiotfb'r not1. Conveyance to Ellison rectntly deieattd .McFadden, Messrs. Asqulth the. North Rakota-vrrestler, at Cards- at 1 p.m. on Sat- lison v-cijhs atout 165 pounds his.opponent is a-.little. hearier. TheJtfenty-sixtU R1? hout.Kill be Ic a Diiisli, two falls Inr one man to decide tlie winner. Bl- lison is given the privilege of 5100 anil expenses or 40 cent, of the. gate. Ellison rectntly deieattd McFadden, Special 3 choice siock.of Odd Trous- ers, your choice my .entire stock Saturday'for the small sum of, per Special' 'Die first foin- Suits sqltl Saturday your choice oi stock.....S 15.00 And every Suit sold after 1 give you your choice of any Hat in the house free. Special 2 Do you small shoes? If you do hero is where you get your feet ia-right'.- Any shoe in the- house on "Saturday for ,vv 1., Sizes G to 8y-; only a lefi.. Conic early. Special 4 1 have 6.Raincoats Avfjr.ih frofa S8 to T.licse will go on Safcv irrday morning at AVo have only six, so'get early. Yours for business, SEMI-READY STORE S.C.Bateman Empness Block or ol L. ton, winning two straight falls. VICTORIA WILL STAY, OUT Victoria has finally decided to.re- ciain out of professional lacrosse. The Capitals were unable to sign the players tbey were after.' PRELIMINARY OF PRO. BASEBALL TEAMS butea Its success afitfjonseTity to Its representing thn best of all o-jt-door spoils, and the ner In whicn the organization lias been kept and handled. The. general meeting ot the club will be held tills "etenlnf .in the Builders' rooms, Sherlocli- block at S o'clock, anoj- the first shoot ol the season on -Friday aflernoon, April 10, at three o'clock. If you-cn- good, clean sjort: aiid the com- pany of good this meeting, and come to the traps on Good Friday altemoon. RITCHIE DECLARES BOXER FOOLED MIL- WAUKE6 PHYSICIAN S.Y... April jaVebaH" had its. season's op- gaiag id N'tfw.tYork today In an eilil- bitlonlgamebetweea toe Brooklyn Na. New York Americans 'iVE'biett's'field, Brooilyn, the Brook- 'ly'ns winnlng'i; tlr 3 in a tin Innlrif _ 'ist jiiichers started', tht BiBB .for'-sacli'teain', Vut after-five Iniliji' 'New York :rave Reulba'ch; .of Brinlilrn to Waccer. the HlgBliriders arfd'AHchisbn dfilheiSu. rrrliai iflnished 'the game, the 'New Yirfc.' recruit haffdihg tie lo Brooklyn In the" tentb by upyirfth "the thlellcf Blanked by Phillies -PbiladelphIa; Pi., April pitchers shut oat the chamjjion -Athleiics today ai fiTot of the series of E1 games with tne Phillies. The to 0. allowed toe .-Imeilcsns oMy tSro.Si'itfln the first four aLd Deschser, formeriy of 3f. ilary's .Cal., let them down or one JiilOn the remaining five inr.' Willie. Ritchie, .Ilshtweight cham- pion, has grudjc against Ad gast, who fo'Jled him once and lost a title, but he is ir.clir.ed to be peevish he thinks. ol Adolph's at tcmjit'to get the'.title back sunie Kcfercr.co was of Willie's visitors to, claim recent fight' at Milwaukee. "Let me tell you said is something I've.kept to myseli but I know it to bo a fact'. Wolgast. was 'loulcd' btioro he ever entered thai Milwaukee ring. He had -an Injection in the groin, which'discolored that part o' bis an- atomy, made just the fight. Naturally, when he returned lo his dressing room; there were evidences o! a 'foul.1 I leave it tojou to de- cide who was responsible.11 That the physician who ciamintd Adolph really 'thought, the discolora- tion due to a low blow, and gave out a diagnosis to that effect, is Hitchie'a opinion. Tactics of that sort were now lo the doctor, and he was taken n, -is Jhe lop pion1.''" i lop'is lo said Ihe same young man, 'ha was Ihc one dectived. Thoso al the ringside, most ol them-vetcr- an followers ol the game, prSclicalH: ill ol the newspaper men, ajd! dr.ed- iu-thc-.wool fight fans. all over louse, none of Ihcm saw me 'strike a loul blow, Tber liissed ami leered at his claim. He realized he had no chance to convince Stout of his claim, and continued, just as' strong as before. II the ref- eree svlip judged the. fijht whjcli gavo me tlie championship had laileiLto see that. Wow struck, Wolgastiwould have the fight right thrn. and Ihere. His was a real foul, .low and hard, and it left me so weatf thai I could not liave continued what tlie decision. T was 100 COD 200 9" J 'O'OJ 200 0-3 7 2 -MdlalO TVarh'o'J, _-Piih Heulbacb, Wagner.'and 'AttiUpn and.McCarihr-. BLACK AMD WHIP WHISM h aii b'l en ded and: thor- oujffaly Pi O. KOpLDt, ra KLEM COULP--NOT 3TANO FOR BOOE Vred CUrli'e it bird lo laugh c team rrotn tbe beticii.-'biit-1 he. had one gooj one.. day "v-'e werc'ljavlag a cor.- isagle wlttj.Vr.-'Klem." said ClirKe. 'was our nerves were on his, and Klcm nehr losing bis Jempsr. ir, tbe 1 eent a yovvg to the plite. "Who are you cd 'Tor tnsself, of course, who did you think I was batting lorT'sald the "Klera frothed and turned pur- .pje. 1-thought-he T.-II soin.S to tattr'I sect Booe to bat. Klera took olf Ms mack, and aeked: "'What IE your I iM Booe. "Don't you boo at yelled Klem. ..'I-boo you to bench. Wha1 Is your repeated tlie the hencb, you frctli busb ysllad K'.em. Ar.rl !f SMS rr, liye mlnulei to explain to th umps that Roofe wag his" rea Jlacon, Ca., April Boston attonals today defeated the Macon South. Atlantics 13 to 0. Atlanta, Ga., April Southern Association- won from the Cleveland Americans, 5 to 2. today. Vi'ashlngton, D.C., Apfll one ot tbe best exhibition games played here ibis season, the Washington Am ericans today defeated Xewark In- ternationals, 3 to 2. Savannah. Ca., April nUrnationalfl, 10; Havannah South tlanlics, D. Ctiillanooga, Tertn., April -elroit -uon from the Ibattanoogas hcra todah ID to 5. Nashville, Tenn., April Bos- on Americans defeated Xashvilic Southerns here today, to S. ly.ulsvllle, Ky., April lerzo? shifted t'r.a batting or- der, as well as the lloe-ur, placing self second on lilts list, IxMilsvllIe American association made It two ralght from Cincinnati here today, lo 2. M. 5fo., Anrll Na- tionals won the second game ol the series wtth the Americana for the of.Kt, thEs after- noon, 6 to'3; Beaumont, Tox., April Vorh Giants baited us tfcpy pleased and won from 12 to 1. 'WILL Davenr.orl, la., April the boisr announced to his friends while visit here last night tfiat Roon. leave tlio, .IITJZC. ring, SPRING CLOTHES n Uilorcd bf Ready for Service 'or Made to Measure. Nercr before bcea so well equipped to needi of the dresier, who up-to-the-minute styles, combined' with fine workmanship. Everything new for men in clolhesdom Is here stj-leJi well us the more coaserrk-'. -'_- live ttrmtttit. All equnlin fit and workmanship.. >.r. ringe from to ?50. i ft We solicit your Courteous ttteation SljOPS OF L. KEEL. Lethbridge ;