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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Siturtfar. Atigurt mitch on Monday night he- Don't run away with Hie tween S.O.B, and the Foresters the Maroons are the .though, land that they will have matters easy. They will not. The Whites arc a Rood tcan-i and may win. It will be a great game, anyway. r. wag a very Interesting one, as (tie spectators .were treated with an ex- hibition from about fifteen prayers they'had not out before. Some, of course, were, "haw but a lew should turn out to be amongst the atari of Lethhridge another year. The A.O.F. turned out a .very com- mendable team, including Wilsoa, Alcock and Lee ot the S.O. E., while the Sons were scarcely an4e'; The Calgary Callics arc expected next week so watch the Hkrald sport page all next week. Thoiie who had the good fortune to the match on the square last io muster hating only -five between that team and Letl of the regular men out. The Sons icpred a goal soon alter the start bridge saw probably the best game in the city. At full, time, the but (or the rest of the game the 2-3, if I remember rightly, Blues held them down, and even beat i the game being football right Green in the second half, the result'" being one all. The boast of the ttrassy Lake ele- ven when in Lethbridge for their last League fixture that they would take through. They want to come Tuesday or Friday, but the day has not been definitely settled. Hillhurst and the Callics will meet .n the final for the Sons of Scotland i fall out o! the Rangers when they I Cup in Calgary, each team having next met was realized on Tuesday, j vm ,n garacs so ,ar; and: the Rangers had to acknowledge the superiority of the Lake hoy that occasion, anyway. The home- sters seemed to get right down to business from the start, and were out to seore goals, while the visitors could not get down to business, anil The Corinthians arc continuing their victorious career, Fort William and Port Arthur being the latest to go down. The match today at Winni- peg is expected by some to' change the story, but there is not much dan- tlicy pions of Canada, Calgary Callies. are yet undefeated for that honor, 'and then look at the prize hanging up for the championship of the world in amateur football. Calgary is lucky in having a game of that .description worst when the occasion call- 8" being beaten till the ed'for their best. One ol the features get to Calgary. Then they have t "of. .the game was the kicking of Billy watch put. Hillhurst ani.the Chnm- Raisbcck, .whose goal kicks n well down in the vicinity of the Rangers' goal. The" Foresters arc to he congratu- lated on the fight they put up on played in their city, and there will .Thursday night for the right to play be a big bunch of'people from out in the final of the Wright .Charity sidc points.in to sec the. games. Shield again this year. For the small amount of practise they have had this, season they, played a ..good and the wonder was that they 'didn'.t.even up -with the Overseas bc- fqre'the game finished. The. score ot ].to nil pretty well represents the the Overseas being worth the goil oh their play, but ;very few t.hnuglit the Foresters would hold ITKRA'T.n BIG WAGERS ON ENGLISH TURF AMOUNTS WON AND LUST WORSE The travellers do not like the taint of defeat, and want' Toronto to give i them another chance. Scotland put it over England by three goals to nothing in the Inter- national played in Calgary last Sat- Another International is to FLORENCE MORRISON IN THAT NIFTY SONG SHOW, "THE SUNNY AUG. 21-22. socialion, which appears on the face of it, !o be a rather harsh dccisi.iu! MAJORITY OF PEOPLE num j them solitary point. I be played, -tbeVshow.ingVon C.pllier saved a, fine, shot in the eariyjthc showing on the two games the part game, hut .was not called the.Over- seas custodian, Tvas-vlried several but cleared well. f Thus the Overseas enter the final, arid' will play the winners of, the Cai- lle-S.p.E. "match, which will be the Of course, on previous showing- the Callies may he expected to win; and so wore Newcastle United in the English Cup final. However, Friday night will tell the tale, and we have just to 'wait. N'eit we are going to be treated to some good football. The first match will be between the Ma- roons and the Whites, and is arrang- ed for the purpose of selecting team fo represent Calgary against will' he chosen. There seems a lot of riouht in the minds of the fans as to whether the Corinthians will come to Lelhhridgc or not. Arrangements were certain- ly made for them to come here, but as Lethbridge lias not been seen iate- in any schedule organres to he ycd, the executive have wired them at Winnipeg to make sure. Old Country clubs have started their 'training, and are busy mating arrangements for eight more riionths of excitement. f Newcastle United's latest capture, Jimmie Hay, is considered "one of tliu finest: defensive footballers in Britain. For eight years he. served Xewcastie is feeling for llibbci't, Uury's International forward: p The secretary of the Players' t n- ion has received a letter suggesting a for iris. at the Union Sports, and hfi .'s r.ot sure wiielhcr it is it skit at Uic ref- erees or at the Union. VORT uut jjuiifvoc wi u niiiiiui. por eigm, years nc. served team to' worthily -represent Leth-1 (he Glasgow' Celtics, and dufTng.that bridge. against the Caljary Cale- time earned distinction in Interna- tional soccer twice against England, four times against Ireland, and once against Wales. He is a Splendid half! or full back, and, is considered j-cll worth the paid by Newcastle dohians in competition. the, Bennett Shield 'May I suggest that the Maroon team 'as published is one the best 'teams ever put on the field to do battle for the honor our city, and if they live up to their the -Ex-Champs of the Dominion have got to-go some. There Is some doubt, however, of Karris be- ing able ,tq, appear, in. the match on aibnday, being confined to the" house with an injured but it is to be.hoped that-- Rube will be fit to play iii the big gaine. 'The reduced the price': of admission from two to a dime, and it is to be ;that the grandstand will be 6.30 on Monday night. ANNEXING EASTERN HOCKEY PLAYERS Football, taking the Old Country over, has nearly reached its high water mark, in the matter of attend- ance, 'and has as tar as the standard ot tbc game is -I- -The. application of .lack Sharpe, Hie famous Everton for reinstatement .in the amateur ranks, has been refused by the Football As- I LADY invited to dine, [With a youth who called her "Baby Said, "My! you look r.Ht. replied in a trice: "Mlfyini'veinoticed my swell POLO thine." SHOE POLISH POLOdhine hard and snappy can put it on in a minute and, with an occasional r rub up, it, will last, for a week. Ask your _grocer or ihoeman for Polish in the BIO box- black or tan. The tan both and polishes. i.r for the Weather" FRANK PATRICK HOPES TO LAND HVLAND AND SMAILL TO TAKE TO CALGARY WITH JOHNSTON Montreal, Aug. new West- ern Hockey League is lo be composed of 'Calgary, Victoria, Vancouver anrt other 'Pacific Coast cities, is likely to make some severe inroads on the Eastern hockey clubs before the snow flios. Yesterday Ernie 'Johnston signed up with the Calgary Patrick, he former U'estmoillH, '.McGill- and Renfrew pla.ver, acting on behalf of the Calgary club. But Patrick's efforts at landing Johnston having been successful, doe-s not intend to stop there. Overtures have been made to Harry Hyland and Walter Smaill. of the Wanderers, as well as to players ol the Ottawa Hockey chrb. Although apparently peaceful, there's something doing every minvto now, in the inside hockey circles. With regard to the offers made t Hyland and i-3 doubtful whe thcr cither player will accept. 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