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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta BONSPIEL HUMS NIGHT AND DAY Soft lee Putting a Crimp in the Playing-The Results The roarin' game still goes on and frrlth ever-Increasing Interest Last night the bonspiel was' attended-by a tamper crowd, who evinced a lively /appreciation of the plays made by the respective competing rinks.- The Ice was somewhat soft and this consequently handicapped play to some extent Those engaged in the midnight draw did not leave the Ice until three o'clock this morning, while the boys were at - It again at seven-thirty this aaqrning. The feature of the play this morning was the excellent content in the Grand Challenge between Boyd, of Lethbridge, and Herchmer, � of Fernie, wiho had to work through thirteen ends before a decision was arrived at, the local skip oomiog oat victor by 14 to 13. It was a battle royal ell the way, but luck was'against,the visitors. Thy ice this fore-' *ridoh. was in muoh better shape, al- fthdugh it, began to get a trifle stow aa'the day wore on. The following .ffre the results to date: ' '^fn, >^B6 Brewery trophy -competition vJt%,wfiffl*rs led by good margins, the only, close games being between Bruce , ifctt Smith, the former being ahead ' JEy* three, points. The ice is softening fast and unless- it freeaes soor. the players will have a hard time con-woiiiiis lac, rock. YESTERDAY Grand Challenge-4 p.m. Draw Aiifl 7) Reld 8. Shepherd 13;" Clarke 11. Hamilton 6; Bruce 13. Smith 8; Young 11. Glenister 11; Herchmer 13. Paghuello Trophy-7.^0 p.m. Draw Rasa 14; Gleoister 2. Herchmer Cameron 13;' . Clarke IS; Wanless 8. Brewery Cup-9.30 p.m. Draw Young 14; Held 7. Shepherd 11; Cameron 9. 'Boyd 11; Hamilton 7. Paonuello Trophy-12 a.m. Draw Aird 12; Bruce 10. Brewery Trophy-12 a.m. Draw Olark 12; Matthews 10. Boss .beat Qow, by default AfoNa>b 12;Wanlesa 11. TODAY'S RESULTS Grand Challenge-7.30 a.m. Draw Boyd 14; Herchmer 13. iD&m&ronfii; Shepherd 8. ffa^n^eUo Trophy--7.30 a.m. Draw ^i^IH#. G. L. POWERS mam F. C. WAGHORNE ottawa shut the indians out in spite of desperate: �v*'  efforts Ottawa, Feb. 12. - The Ott&was came back to life tonight and made Billy Nicholson's Tccumsehs look-likc the joke team in the N.H.A. flxtulte at the arena. Tho final score was 11 to 0 for Ottawa. The Tecumsehs were played off their feet from beginning to end, the Ottawa's1 defense and line putting up brilliant hookey. The Tecumsehs tried hard to beat the goose egg in the third period) but the Ottawa defense tightened up and the crowd kept shouting,, "shut them out; Ottawa", and "make it a dozen.,,r Ottawa nad its reward ttifcsa tho bell rang with the Indians scoreless. i 3-ho line-up :- v.... Prominent In Eastern Hcckey ^ Veteran hockey referee, known all over Canada. He has handled as many as nine games In one' week-including eight championship games; He is the dean of. the Ontario Hockey Association referees.. FOOTBALL Ottawa Benedict Merrill Shore Ronan Westwick Darragh Position goal point cover . H center right left Tecumsehs Nicholson' JIcNamara' McNamara , Vair I Gaul i *Throop TORONTO PROVED ' VERY EASY MARKS CHAMPIONS RAN AWAY ^ROM BLUE SHIRT BRIGADE-SMALL PATRONAGE FETE HIT SOLARTLEXUS Si|$H LEAGUER SHOWED HIM HOW TO CATCh BALL FROM 5 tOFTY BUILDING 61 baking oven or;nearly" so, but as twfjcftgpjfl galgafy^aud Edmon-tonSplUWipaliy; it Was turned down Scottish cup; draw JJondon, Feb. 12.--The following drawhas been made in the next round of the Scottish. Association Cup, tb be played on February 22 St. Mirren or .T&ird iMsa^tk. VB-Airdrieonians. . V> .� !..:>!..'� Clyde or East. Stirlingshire vs. Queen's. Park.,'; j-;v"; Kilmarnock vs. Heart of Midlothian. Glasgow Bangers or Hamilton Academicals vs. Greenock Morton or Falkirk. �� � ; x \, Dumbarton va St. Johnson. Partick Thistle vs.,Dundee. RalthRovers- vs. Motherwell or Hibernians. - '�' Peebles Koyers vs. Celtio, . PLAN BIG THINGS IN AMATEUR SPORTS 8TOCK COMPANY TO CONlnOL AFFAIRS IN EDM.ONTON-TO 'INCORPORATE AT $250,000 HORACE GAUL The former Ottawa player, now with'the Tecumsehs. He is very fast Toronto,-Feb. 12- Quebec defeated'and Is expected td make good at the Torontos in a(iN.H.A. fixture. 11 to� ;seven man game. This boy was turn-2, before smWll crowd at the arena! ed down by the Ottawa pros., at the A* - 'beginning of the season, but has since displayed great form as a forward. tonight. As aS exhibition, the ganre lacked all the essentials, the. pnly interest being manifested in the unfriendly tactics/of hot!/ teams. The visitors had^ it over the locals in all departments. Their team play was excellent.; Where they had the local defense bewildered was in slip-ing the puck to the man behind, mho generally had plenty of time to shoot, the i man in front working to the interference of thB game. In speed there was no comparison. The line-up :- Quebec Moran ' Mummery Hall Malone ''Smith Marks Position goal point cover centre wing wing Torontos Holmes NATIONAL LEAGUE SCHEDULE ADOPTED SEASON OPENS APRIL 10, CLOSES OCTOBER 5-PEACEFUL SES-iW SION OF MOGULS CANADIENS FORGED AHEAD OF RWALS FRENCHMEN TOOK OVERWHELM ING LEAD^EAftiiY IN GAME AND KEPT AHEAD , New York, Feb. ,12.-With the adop-MoLean tion of the playing schedule for 1913 Cameron -today, the club owners and repre-Wilson^ sentatives of the' National League Davidson ended one of the'Shortest and: most Neighborspeaceful sessions in - the history oi 'the iiaseball organization.;!According to- tyo statement made by Secretary HeynKer at the meeting, harmony prevailed and there was not a ripple of discord heard during the 'Session of business yesterday" and today. The schedule calls for 154 games, the season opening with one exception on April 10, and ending - October 5. The game originally scheduled between Philadelphia and Brooklyn for LKTHBRIQGB MARlKETS Elevator Prloea No. 1. Northern .......... No. 2. Northern No. 3. Northern  No. 4:............ No. 5.......... No. 1 Alberta Red No. 2. Alberta Red No. 3. Alberta Red No. 4. Alberta Red No. 5. Alberta Red Bnokane, Fab. M,1-In, the presence of -^loloob* persons,..'. Rube Marquard, wilder of 10 game,B straight for the N�w�,TrorkvQian,tarlast year, was hum-blp[d;at ^te-own inume by George Cro-fdW,"Jailft-ye,ftr.���� .'ia.-rfTbe Magrath Mi?.�n the Bleetirte Theatre. The nighty ^^^rftrong defense but ^Bto1^1*'^ lNo�........... Wheat- . No. l'Nor. No. 2 Nor......... No. 3 Nor. ........ No. A ..... No. 5 ,........ No. 6................." Feed ............. Winter Wheat-No. 1,......,.�>�...... No. 2 ......... No. 3 _.......... jNo, 4 .:....... Oats-, No. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. W.'.'...... Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed . Barley- Ji "I No. 3 did ;somoj^rd,:-wqjk during the en? co�lite�:^nt^Jt^'^B0''''PlaiIt^. manifest.j ,thftthje.- was^of hisJflWP., * "VT '�� A junior game,was 'alsb"pulled off between~the -ftwt~ward five-and the -Wheat-*"-May ;.,,.>, July ......... ., Minneapolis Edmonton, Feb. 12ir-The -Edmonton Amateur 'Athletic association, model- April 17, has been brought forward >W> ,wi *oU of e� Montreal, Feb. -i2.-Before the rec-'to April 9, on which day the new �� �� �Ut; edgefcombin. ordTbreaking crowd J^he Caiiadiens Ebbett's stadium in the new Brook-broke the tie 'between the two'locai'lyn'Srounds will he played on there-teams at the arena tonight, winning gul'arly scheduled date, April 17. by \& score of 6-to'4; The "winners .The opening day games; aside from -clubTaffair last season proved, harm dene aiid a�rite over the ques- ed along the lines of the organizations jumped into a commanding lead in the ^advanced Brooklyn opening, ,are in New York, Montreal and'Toronto, the opening periodj -which }was hot Boston at New York; St. Louis at will be incorporated as a Joint stock overcome by the Wanderers, although Chicago; and Pittsburg, at Cinc'nn-itti. company,qapItali?ed at. $250,000, un- the latter never showed, to better ad- Brooklyn opens the season in, Phila- der the laws of Alberta at the present vantage in any orevious game this delphla on that day. vwwt*.-*** 'Wuffing .because" they be- tion Js xJut okkeeping With good sense 06 left � the Kfutuxe?is "lo be . considered. ^^^Pf^y^P?106* ^ *P .BCurrv to -Ti�e ijs-'vefy'. little likelihood of M^ha^.td^wmdHo thete^-berms with L'ethbridge -having anything more to ^^rtjiT-^'-T-^.�. - i- ^tern Canada league session of the legislature. The bill season. t- present men interested. The De introduced by James K. Corn-: The line-up f: ' �� v..... ..j............, _ jiMhe northern moguls has wall, member, for-Athabasca, who is: Canadiens Position vt^^BOboar^lieTe,. xmay to asr n^t.-been^Received with satisfaction keenly Interested-in "the ' success of Ve*ina goal -'fmgBtfpauafr tmm^Jigthe hererania-4^'-'i^er works., e,.wb,o' have -made It a point to 4'�he -work of Priest on/the iett of ^n. .infield, at ahortjor third, f ithe opinion ithat'oinder the tu--cS? Chance "he will 'develop into vftod'' and �hat'he will, prove st;boieter for hie>.infleld. ^t'^ea} to lcarni'ip'utbe has X, ^e"' av^age^ amount of ' Taeans that- he can i'Derjiok,-'wKp, is regarded as pw^Jlge^Ipf baseb^Lhe has BfKto^t^nd ^pyer ihinvv and b^flilBfake| to himae.sppn - }!cpmmit{ed.:v 1 developing ly^rfi^doepjnlpt' do to' try- MM^^ his mMmm mm the n^ mayVb'e able to"cover eecdjid eguaUy/as. well. If he can and Priest ^p^^^jab well as he did"while seasoning -with. Albany last summer, Roy ^Hartze,Ufwill .play third, and,-, witi Hal '^iaee -'at fl*Ht,''r the ^infleld auestion twUItbe^ttlea./for ithe present at any "rate. tion. . ^artzell is ithe most versatile player op tjj* club. He. can play any PMltioc.... He. preferB the infield to the outfieid, but does,not ,se.em to be partlcnlar'in the1 infleld^he plays. If Derrick oannot play seoo.nd, Hartzell qan,: an^;^^^^^3(*!ty*B,e,8, 't?*e fcf W *�et elwen '^e&sta,:}!, wel^h3^170- pounds and Is cover wing ous competit}oris..^;The. association Lalonde centre Smith w%j CRANBROOK HAD TOO MUCH WEIGHT will be affiliated with the American Amateur Atb1etie^Union, ;and it is planned to maintain a large club bouse and atbletgc field. Colonel W. F., Carstairs of*.the 4741 45i 40 39 86} 88J 88^- m> - 90| TO TRY SIX-MAN GAME AT THE COAST Play Balance of Season Under New Style Preparatory to Stanley Cup Games : Vancouver, Feh. 12.-The Paciflo THREE TEAMS r-PLAY OFF FOR 'ALBERTA HOCKEYj- CHAMPIONSHIP Taber and Edmonton Play- Flret~-Calgary Plays the Winner Red Deer, Alta., Feb. 12,-r-The dates for the final games for the Alberta Hockey Championship were made here today before. President Rev. Pearson, and Secretary J. .A. Manton, which resulted inithe,Edmonton Eskimos and the Taber Cooks having to play off. Calgary"secured a-bye.,Ar-^ rangements will b'a madie at onec to^ have these games -.played, and the championship decided inside-of the nextdweek. Prophecies about a cold winter don't worry Larry. McLean, the .Cincinnati catcher. .Larry cab always manage to keep in. hot Water. i" (Special to The Herald.) (Fernie, B.C., Feb. 12.-The Cran-, brook intermediate hockey team went dpwa to defeat at the hands' of the Fernie intermediates tonight, in .the Fernie rink, to the tune of 5 to 2. The ice was in excellent condition,, and the teams dished up some interesting hockey for the 300 or more fans who did 'their beBt to encourage the players. ' ��- . The boys of the home team- were much smaller physically than their opponents, but lack o� weight meant 'greater speed and skill in handling Sticks. Rushes were frequent; but 4here was a decided lack of combination on both sides. Ctanbrook's goalkeeper played a good game, as he was called upon to stop a large number of shots. Shelley was the star of the Ijome team. Burn* -lane, of the Home Bank staff, refereed to the satisfaction o| everybody.' � Eagles took their.?game by default Coast Hookey leagiie will try. six-man from ��e school, wb.p tailed to get a tswas. Following, last night's game team in line -fo^ their scheduled en- at victoria, a meeting of tho repre- sa^mPnt- ', t 'i sentatives of the three clubs in the The 'game lasti-aftht was not a par- league waB heid.when it wasdeoided tifiularly brilliant affair. Most of the - to play out the ManC9 ot tbe seasoA Shooting was of ;the random variety and,'4h"e playing: ge|nerally reckless TPhje Dprmltqries played a badly bent� team,: only; of the regulars being inline. ' ? 1 cjer i$npe AJ.Gemaree shut out the Bcwi^ ^atlpjjal| MeUraw ha. taken a likipg.^fio' hlm/'irfuggsy* says-. that Alj- hjaf perfect coiitrol, and. expects j game before going after .the Stanley hf^i^ make good." 1 Oup with siocmen in-: order .to give the-spectators hereabouts opportunity to see the merits, of the a*w syptem before adoptjlng it permapep,tjy, ..... If.the six-man teams prove, successful, then the- coa8tlague, w"iU adopt the style- for all 'The xjhang? will-give the champion- coast team a ohance'to become used to the-Blx-mah. GET THE HABIT t EVERY DAY .LARGE NUMBERS ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE' LOW RATES FOR BOWLING. JOIN THE. CROWD- ' 'Everybody's Doin' it.?r DOMINION BOWLING ALLEYS Basement Dominion Block. ,. MAJESTIC THEATRE NEW .RECORD MADE Celebrated Finn flipped Over' a Sec-ond Off American ThreMyille Mark at t FEBRUARY wm*< New York, Tffo. 12.-Hanne|s Koleb- tance champion, eloped 1% seconds off th^ American amateur record for 'three miles indoors. ' Koleh-mainnen won the tljrpe- mile racc in the 13th Regiment Armory, at Brooklyn, 'in"l4:18%. -rr-i-^ �/�: The previous recor.d was held by G, U. Bonahagl f ' / !" THE FIRST PH A fRI,|fu �*. GRAND 10 ROUND BC&$qi: INHIBITION TWO CAPITAL PBfiUMINAfllW ' 4 '*.V*' BOUT 9omrn^g;f||a 1733 ;