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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 First Big Match Good Friday for Wfight Charity ShieId~A Bigger League The final match of the Wright Charity Shield on Good Friday he-ftween the Sons ol England and tho Caledonians \ras decided upqn last nigfht as the first match ol th� 1913 eason. The meeting of the City Football league was notable {or the fact thart It was probably the largest and most enthusii^tic meeting oi this live body resentatives the Ovor- (Special to Herald.) Toronto, Feb. 20.-St. Jtioh-ael's CJolJege diteatad Midland for the O. H, A. championship at Midland laat night by 4 to 1. Thd ;Courth and Inst game �will bo !play*d tonight at Toronto. The first two games �i tie resulted in tbo goals scored, and two more games were deolded on. St. Mlic'e is expepted to win. HUNGWELL IN CU DOG RACE FOR GREYHOUNDS WITH STAKE OF $8,000 HUNG UP Liverpool, Fob. 21.-The Waterloo Cup, the �'Greyhounds' Derby", was enthusiaBtio meemng oi "V"w^Ii run ofl today at Alticlair and won ever heW in the city. Repteswvtatives ^ jj^gv^ell, a brindle dog, with w�e in attendance !rom the Ujor- ^^^^^^ a puppy, second. Neither of seas, the Sons ol England, Caieaon- ^^^^ ^vtire considered promising, and iahs, St. Cjrprians and 3*-/^^,* betting was 10ft to 80 against Hung- ARER FOLEY FOR ANOIHER BOUT WANTS FIFTEEN ROUND GO IN STEAD OF TEN-.FOLEY AND MARSHALL well and 200 to 80 'against Hulde. The Waterloo Cup is an annual MACLEOD Rli A LAST NIGHT Clubs, In addition to President F. T. iRoblns, and Seo.-Treas. C. Westloy. The matter of the quest of the i--------- - - Cbampionship ot Canada, in the shape cowslng contest in which 64 grey-�t the People's ."Shield, wMch is to be , gownds compete for a stake ot $8000. iought for in Vancouver this year ' -'- during the week of May 24th, was left in abeyance pending the arrival of the statement of affairs of the^OlS itoarflJunent, which up to the present i\-;;-yho -fnteBmediate league will prob- i aWy be tffcrengUifflMd this yean by the inclusion of the four Sunday eohool : .tsains, whUe witU the welcome appearance of the Y.M.C.A. eleven the seiilot league will most likely have at least four. The hope was freely ex-; j�r�S8ed by. the various.speakers that this year the eirtranoe of the "Y" .will be a reality, and not a flash in : .thi( pan. � i^K (HIOUNDS AT PARK : X dojiut^ consisting of Ptesl-; tjont Robins, � Vloe-'President Irvine and Wanless, was appointed DEFEATED SHEPHERD'S FOR MA-GRATH-GRAND CHALLENGE PLAY-OFF TONIGHT The final for the Mason-Risoh Grand Challenge trophy ot the Cranbrook bonspiel will be played off this evening between the Aird and Shepherd rinks. ina, Secretary John Mamock reports ana u^ the football ground competition and the other three '~ �I scratch games. * McLiSOD WINS MAORATH .-The'winner ot the Magrath district Al. Ensign is after Jud Foley's scalp. The WhitJa boxer is evidently smarting under the decision that was rendered agtitnst him here last Friday night, and is more than a little anxious to get another crack at Foley. Ensign is not content with a ten-round mill, but asks for a fifteen round encounter. The Herald received the following through the mall this morning from "Whltla: Sporting Editor, The Herald: Sir,-T hereby clmllenge Jud Foley for a return match of fifteen rounds, to tak� place in Lethbridgo any time after March 1. I can beat Foley at any stage of the game, and I will assure you that there will be no doubt as to who is the winner if We tangle again. AL. ENSIGN. Whltla, Feb. 19. Ensign certainly destrves another match with Foley, and the fans iiere are warnbed up in anticipation of another meeting of the two. If put on immediately this would be a great would do well to bring the man in fr drawing card. Promoter Doherty gether again without delay, while the Interest is high, _ He would pack the house. Foley v>. Marshall Kid Marshall, the boxer from the Fass. who challenged the winner of the Foley-Enslgn fight, here last week at the ringside, will be accommodated by'Foley some time netst month. Marshall is reputed high In the Pass -having cleaned up all who have opposed him,, it is said. Jack Doheity will promote the match, and will likely pull it off here. Jack Rogers, who is recognized as the olasBiest boxer in these parts^ will fight the winner. to ;,iJi,?Hendet�ad Patki ' 'AH tt� aelBgates^ expressed the : bpfnldrtHit''wItfi''th^' %lUaM^^ treKp -------- - , . :pK - > >> \ 1 t ..a I 11 'v^t. >^ Runners-up In the semi-finals for the Intermediate Championship of the 0. H. A.. Average weight 160 pounds. First Division P. W. L. D. P. Sunderland .. ..... 26 IB 8 3 Manchester City .. 26 15 8 3 Sheffi.eld W. . 26 14 7 5 Oldham A. ..... 26 11 4 11 Aston VUla ... .. ;.. 26 11 5 10 Manchester TJ. ..( .. - 26 13 7 6 Bolton W.........�- 26 13 PLEDGED FOR EIGHT-GLUB BUT NOT SIX-CLUB LEJa^GUE Derby County West Bromwich Blackburn R. ., Liverpool ... Everton ,. ... y Newcastle "K ShefaeldTJ. .. Mlddlesborough; Bradford C. .. . Tottenham H. ." Chelsea .. .. , Notts County . Woolwich A. Ai. Medfcine Hat, Feb. 20.-The baseball situation in Medicipe Hat is unchanged. This city will place a team in an eight-club league..; This much was made certato as Messsa. Fleming and Pihgle, moguls at present in San Francisco, have approved ol the first terms oHered, and collected several hundred dollars among Hatters in the south and sent word home to start a subscription. The dropping out of Lethbridge and Princei Albert puts, a different light on the, pen)---OTrBt, $350; team (open, only to^towns' ''4;? 6t leas than 8000 Bopula�on)-Flret, f jm-,. fiepbnd, f50; tiilrd; 135, :;;v|%m})l^^ ?60; : i�K. fniiptb fin�l fiflth. J20-. ftbrth ;iVtWrd,.f25; fourth and .fifth, $20; alath. r^^'xS; iMT�&'l3i, $10; eighth and ninth, \i |g; tenth. $4. . V"''JStagJes-First, $76; second* v^i:..;. fourth. $30; flfth. $B0: !''�iird,'$40t fourth. $30; fifth, $25: 4,;,T?Ijrth..fl9; seventh, $9; eigWh, $g; �' $7; tenth. $6. ; aggnesnte score In tetun, doub- le and single events-^Flrst, $25; seo-bndi $15; third, $10. The Tockett Trophy tie flve-nien open event carries the Tuckett trophy, lemblematlc ot the A&aete, icha&plonshlp, and gold medals helA by the Oalgar? Calll�s, The ieiriaiit for teams in towns of less than SOOi?: ijnnijiatlon Includee the Lethbridge irophy. held by Raymond. '^herte are 64 towns with bowling alleys In the province of Alberta," President SImonton said, "and we should Iiar� at least ISO visiting howlers. Preparations are being made to give the devotees of the minerallte a good time. In addition to putting up the real article in tie way of bowling, the Olymipic league will enter five teams, and.the^ree newspapers and business houses here will put on at least double that nimiber. Entries close on March 14. PETE STANDRIDGE 18 AFTER PRINCE ALBERT 26 13 9 26 11 7 27 10 8 28 12 11 27 12 11 28 10 12 27 9 12 9 12 7 11 8 14 5 16 4'17 1 18 26 25 26 26 26 26 33 33 33 33 32 32 ;32 30' 30 29 29 28 26 24 23 21 20 15 13 10 Second Division P. W. L. 1>. P. ... 27 15 2 10 40 ... 26 15 5 .. ;26 li 6 Weil-Known Pitcher Anxious to Secure Manager's Job in W. C. L. Prince Albert, Feb. 20.-Already has the announcement of Prince Albert's invasion of the baseball field made astir in official baseball circles. A professional player "has written a friend of his who resides In this city; sailing If there is any chance for him to get slgnea on as player-manager for Prince Albert's Cubs. The player Is Peter Standridge, who pitched for Calgary last season. Standridge did so well down there that Calgary could not hold him. He was bought by the San Francisco team to whom he mow be?.ongs. His letter advises his friend here that he is having trouble with his contract with the 'Frisco team, and has written them asking If he, can go elsewhere to twirl. He is anxious to come up here if the Prince Albert ball team materializes. A man like Standridge at the h?ad of the team might give the locals a chance to start something in the new Western Canada baseball league. Fowever, the-baseball situation Is In doubt here as yet. YAM AD A BORN TO GREATNESS Preston N. E. .. Burnley ..  .. Birmingham . .�.' Lincoln City .. Bamsley .. . .� . Notts Forest .. Wolverhampton Grimsby Town . Hull City .. Leeds City .... BriS'tol City ... Bradford ..   Huddersfield T. , Clapton O. .. ^. Bury .. .. >. Fulham ... .... GlOBSop .. ... .. Leicester F. ...... 2� Stockport C. .. .. . 2G Blackpool ..' 27 26 11 26 12 26 11 26 10 26 26 27 26 26 A Scotch "pony* that you'll always' find "kind and gentle.'*-. ,^ . WHITE HORSE ,V' Oohn B. Turton, Canadian Representative t^"'"' � . 3 Front/8tre)�t.;;HEa8t,- Toronto Con Little Brown Invader's Billiard quests Fore-ordalned This little Japanese invader, who looms up as a militant contender for the 18.2 balkline championship, has a reason for being great. It's all in his name. Ko Ji Tamada says his name, translated literally, means: "The- great second son of the mountain." He arrives at this solution, to wit:'Ko, meaning great, big, brilliant; Jl, the second son, and Yamada mountain. Every proper name In Japan meanS something. Ait�r iuui.ixig at Taiiiaua,' who "towers" to an altitude of 5 feet 2 inches, one can not readily roach jthe conclusion that all-Nipponese  namea are appropriate . 7 8 8 7 9 10 26 10 11 26 9 10 7; 8 10 iXX 8 8 10 8 11 26 10 13 25 9 12 9 12 8 13 6 13 6 15 25 36 31 29 29 29 28 25 24 24 24 24 23 23 23 22 22 21 19 18 IS HAVE MED , SECOND PLA FEBRUARY 2Sth will bo,positively the last day for cheap rates for bowling. ,bur alleys are always in good shape. Come In and try them before the reduction in price closea. After above date regular rates y?lll prevail. POMINION BOWLING ALLEYS Basement Dominion Block. 1 TliER STRICT ABOUT THE "EATS" FAVORS AMERICAN PLAN HOTELS FOR HIS TEAM AND GIVES REASONS kETHBRIDGB MARKETS Elevaaop Prioet FORMER CUP HOLDERS DEFEATED MONARCHS LAST NIGHT BY LONG SCORE Winnipeg, Feb. 30.-^The VIcrtorlas made sure of second place In Winnipeg senior hockey series by disposing Of the Monarcha here.tonight, after a highly Interesting game of hookey, on laobount of the heavy skating, the final ^ly being 11 to 6 for the Blson-shlrted lads. Owing to the championship bediig settled, the game lacked the usual Interest, but the boys jumped "Into the play In real earnest, and at times the battle raged very hot. SASKATOON WINS Defeated Weyburn by One Score and Came In For Honor Saskatoon, Feb. 20.-Saskatoon's collegiate captured the Inter-coUegiafe hookey championship of Saskatchewan, In the final game of the provincial league with Weyburn, by a score of 12 to 11. Weyburn had previously defeated Moose Jaw In the southern division, while the locals, triuinphed over Regina In the northern section. Saskatoon went In tonight facing a five-goal lead. Manager Tinker, of the Cincinnati Reds, is going to try to arrange tor accommodations with hotels all round the circuit this year, which will give the team a reasonable I'ato on the American plan, so that the players �will all eat their meals together in one dining room while on, the road. This custom is followed in some of the cities that the teams visit, while 'In others the players are lodged In a European hotel and given an allowance of J2.50 a day to eat on, taking 'their meals wherever they want to. Joe frowns on this latter plan. The argument came up when the new Hotel 'MiiAlpin in N'SW York tried to secure a contract with the Reds to stop there the coming season, offering an attiractlve rate on the European | plan, and promising excellent room ' accommodations.^ Joe promptly declined this proposition, saying that he would Insist on the team stopping at hotels where they can secure an American plan table, even if It cost a little more. In esplaJilng his riea-sone for this stand the Red le&der said: "It is a great deal better for the boys to be together at their mieals. I am going to insist on every man being in the dining room for breakfael; by hal'f past eight In the morning, as I do not believe in late rising for ball players. It makes it a lot easier for me to have the boys all together, where I can see them and talk wiith them In the morning. It is more congenial and promotes a better spirit among the fellows. Then there are always a few men on thc team who will not teed themselves properly if they are giveQ money with wMch to get their meals.: 1 have, known players who would save a dollar a day to eat on and half, starving themselves for the sake of pocketing the extra mon*y. Then when they, came to an American plan 3iotel they would make UP for. it and stuff'themselves ,so,ful} of ^ every thing on. thg bill of fare that th'^ywero not very aotSve citizens when they'reported for work in the afternoon. :If possible, i am going to have the team on the Am.cri-can plan In every,city we visit this season." l.ast year the 'tep.m was on this plan in every Otty except Chicago and there may be a, change there this year. ' . ,,  ' BE ON HANND TONIGHT No. 1. Northern 4-No. 2. Northern >-....... No. 3. Nortliern .......... 1^0. 4........../........... ..,.>.. 67 ..... 64 60 .... 54 No. 5............ ____ 50 No. 1 Alberta Red....... ____� 66 No. 2. Alberta,Red ....... ..... 63 Mo. 3. Alberta Red ..... 59 No. 4. Alberta Red ..... ..... 54 No. 6. Alberta Red....... ..... 50 FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 21.-The mar-. P. Celtic .. .. ..... ..27 18 Rangei's .. v. ..... 26 16 Hearts .......... 25 13. Falkirk .. .. ..25 10 Aberdeen .. ... .. 28 11 Airdrleonians ..  ,> 26 Motherwell .... 26 Hamilton A. .. ... 24 Clyde .......... 25 Hibernians ,. >. ... 23 St. Mirren .. .. 26 Morton .. .. >. .. .26 Kilmarnock ... ... 26 Third Lanark ... .. 27 Dundee .. .. .. .. 27 Raith Rovers ... �. 25 Parttek T. ,. ,27 Queens Park .. 26 t :7; 8 9 8 8 11 9 12 7 10 6 10 11 7 12 8 6 10 9 8 14 5 3 21 2 4 4 6 10 8 10 10 - 7 7 6 6 5 9 40 36 31 30 30 30 26 25 25 ,24 24 23 23 23 22 21 21 8 SUCCESSFUL RHODES . SCHOLAR �Montreal, Feb. 20.-The award of the Ruodes 'Sonoiarship was nm'de'by the committee of selection, of McOlll University today, and the successful candidate Is Wm. B. O. Murray, B.A., of the class of 1912, Be Influenced By Successful Men Ruesell-Knight "28" Touring Model Russell-Knight "28" Roadster Modej BuBsell-Knlght aoyen Passenger F, O. B. West Toronto, t $3260 . $3200 . $3600 Canada's most infiuentlal business men have chosenthe RuBaell-Knlght "28" as their 1913 car because it expresses their ultimate ideas in automobile construction. Their choice is entirely logical, because the efflclenoy, comfort and equipment of this model rank it as ''a master creation" among the woirld's great oars. The Ruesell-Kiilght "38" is essentially a"claBB'f car, and for this reason production is limited. To insure early delivery, orders should be placed now. Its features are beyond comparison.  Its equipment Is absolutely ooinplete. There is included Russell-Knight Engine, Russell Electric Starter. Left Drive and Centre Control. Combined Electric Dynamo and Motor for Starting Engine, Lighting Lamps and Charging Battery. Electric Head Lamps, Side Lamps, and Tail Lamps Combined Speedometer and Clock with Electric Light attached. Heating System for the Tonneau. Non-SkId Tires, 36x4J/g inches. Power Pump for the Tires. one Demountable Rimg, with rim. Folding Glass Windshield for Seat. Folding Glass Windshield for Seat. � Extension Top with SIds Curtains. Top Envelope. Foot Rest � V . Robe Rail Tiro Holders (double)' Electric Horn, under the bonnet. spare Front Rear A FULLY DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE WILL BE MAILED UPON REQUEST TO THE NEAREST BRANCH OR AQEf^T. fF POSSIBLE CAUL AND SEE THE CAR. BusscU Motor Car Co. Ltd. CALGARY : ALTA. HEAD OFFICE AND FACTORY. WEST TORONTO Branches at Torpnto,iHam-Ilton.Montrealj Winnipeg, .Calgary, Vancouver, Melbourne, Aust. 8 ;