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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKTDGB DAILY HERALD Tuesday, February A GRIST OF LIVE STUFF B THE LATEST AND BEST LOCAL BOWLERS HIT HIGH M OTTAWAS GOING TO NEW YORK Don't Want to Play for Stanley Cup Until Crack Eastern Aggregation Evans and Moore Still Retain the Two-Men Chain- ship, But Were Given Close Run Last Night by MacDouald and Nowak eason I Ottawa, Feb. Davo LMulligan, of thc ylayers committee of the Ottawa hockey club, staled last night that the Ottawa hockey team j would not niay any Stanley Cup games was a food crowd of spec tat-; creditable showing. Moore rolled five this season unless the trustees iusist- present at the Arcade last night steady games and got away with ed on it. llr. Mulligtm .says as soon 10 the games between the two two-'for tbo five. He is always around the as the season is over, the team will man teams, Macdonald-Nbwak, and top when he rolls. Macdonuld and go immediately to New York and by -Moore and "Evans, and the present, Bvans were in roor form and rolled tne time they complete arrangements champions would certainly have although the latter beat there the players will have had en- cut. not Maeconald and Nowak j Mac. by 9 pins on. the total. ough hockey for the season. It is yrob "blown." eajy spares in the last Percival and Holmes have seat in ablo that they will receive two chal- a challenge and will be accommodated lenges, one from the Ontario Pro Lea- the latter part of the week. i gue and one from the Maritime Prov- are the scores: [iiice League. They will probably be 155 144 201 162 S46 held over till the start of the season 1 221 193 19S 227 1911-12, when it will be better for- both teams financially. 376 337 309 3S9 347 1S43' 184 210 196 1G7 947 IDS 141 163 1S4 S55 of the. last game. The first two games went to the the first by 6 pins and the -by 14, both being exceptionally llacdonald close. Macdonald and Nowak Nowak got'warmed up and took the next two In each case rolling eloee to the 400 Totals Big Bowling Tournament Arouses Interest of Pin- men the Whole Country Jen- kins Estimates 2000 Entries in Various Events. OF TOSOKXD HOCKEY TEAM TO TBOV.f- STROM E, GODS BOTTOM A. L. Jenkins, secretary of the yet know that jern Bowling Congress to be held in Und of the people leave ;