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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ''iQames for" Ghianpionship of I 'Alberta Betwee^n Taber and ] SherinansrLikely Queered ;;:: .TJtfter ,and Calgat}' Slienuan's' .jrio-iitoavc played ;!the first same in tlfie iiJiials of the provincial hoc'ssv cUain-lijllbnship last nigbt at Calgacy, but g&aie was stopped through' a sef-.ili^S of .charges oot ^professionalism he-^iilDg Twads against acstain players. io� i.ifOitli teams. !�. ..-'.^ ciif^^ie .Tabor team fir^t ppened hosibii-iiljlijics in regard to professionalism it .^^^Bppears:' : li;i|^a?oaimy Vaitite, of the Sheman'lj,, iiJj'BdjaJChorge preferred against him, iii^t^i ;this wiis, the signal for counttx"' f, (', Bii'tt ,it may turn -out that M*?^ ^'''^s, will he disqualified, and V>j, ;%.,ijajat AVijttt the Eskimos- of Ed-pnton,>;-;,-wh9 were defeated hF Tab^i "'Ipst -ii-wk, will'como in for the ., n� gioS^W" .aiitoiaatitally Hfe, thter/right to cjjallenge for the m SI mi McLean ib ^'4 vrerrM of thieVe^ inipjlon ,a,katt(r Loses His Skatir^ V,' 'jTrophle* and a Suit Case- tMcIiton, champitm ice'Skatr itbe^ttejfnatio&al Skating Ilnioa //nilFica;'"x^atuTa# to ait J(By,"Wi W. Naughton) SaiSiFraifoiBCO.'Feb. 24-Ti� Olyifc ;plc Atbletlc Club of Sw Francisco, wbl;%is ,tlioi filma ma^r of such world-^unons boxers aa Jlm"^ Corbett and. JJj4j�iy Pritt, la now somewhat fxcdfed'^fer.tte'Tract -that Jt has pro-dqoediaifothff'r.Tlng man.who is likely Ao''ni|ifce^Sff'big a splurge in the proWs�Ioii�l.gEiool as his Illustrious jBob "MoAlJietpr Is -the youth's naofie im^%e|^l�|^l;i;^dy dlsUngulBhed;;him-aelf to'i;^;-^t^]lti]1r winning the Fa-cnio ooai^t'o^lUn'pianBhlps fa the mid' die -uia^'Ugitt|'|e^Tyweight divisions. ' 'SameBMl'idSs JoeChoynskI Hefis fairly tafl, with sloping shoul. ^efsian^v^a^fen*;^:' yet turned.^ the 20. a^inji)rk.^^9^ijle[of the cli3rbn;ion.thirHi '" ' iWeyable �8emblance to . I^tt-'of'20 years ago,,J()' (jorjrect this habit it will get l^lm ipto;t^i9ttble," said Jim, "No ipaU t^'hw; he may. be able to be^t an 9Ppo�en^ to the punch, there are any tk^pber'of'hard-faced fellows who (.youl^i; ?atch on to the way he kept .jtiilg,he.aft aloft. Ifke 'fllea pnjiarade,' .g'hen.'llisy ,>jopJd he willing to take Jlls leadian'd send over a couuter that -nrmiM nnall'dif'Sagter," klsor," finds fault with Match for Sest M|c>dle� �"Corbett acknoi*r;edged * that there was good';reaspaifor tlie Olyiopic club being hojirfnl to regard to Mc^llisfer's future,' and aaid-fae 4oubt LEAFS SIGN UP FOURTEEN Dick Rudolph Haf Sent In His .Signed Contract Toronto, Feb.j34.^]Pltcher Rudolph has signed a ^qr^ptofjopptract. The champion twlrief'of'tb^ champion club of the IntfriBabnal ^^gue ;afflx-ed; his signatiiw.sto ia' documiit:'bind^ ing him to pj^y Vjjh the Leafs the coming season, ftudolph was well pleased with-'the twjJift. offered, and declared before he.Iftt'for New,York that he would even ^pollpsp his record of last year.. Fourteen members hi the Leafs have ajr�i^y sfgned, and President McC? {TAryfr^jtw-cta to': have all the regulars In line liefpr^ the team [.goes south next moi^th. , FOOTBALL SCOTTISH CUP OpAW . OlaBgow, Feb. 25.-^be draw for the fourth iroimd of the ScoHish Football Cup, to be played' on -Mansh 8, was made today, as ;foli9Ws: Falkirk vs. 'Dumbarton, Celtic vs, Heart ,o? Midlothian. JRibernlajis 01- BMth?R�)VBW-vB. St; Mirren. .....' ^ ........ ' Dundee vb. Clyde;. Coleman ai{d Waldo Teaihs Fell Victims in Hockey (Special to^the Herald). j Fernie, B. d,, Feb. 21.-In a game of fast hockey In the Fernie rmk to-n;^t,..Fernde/deieiited'Coleman tptl^ tune of 11 it� �, and later cleandd up Waldo 11 to 2. When the first game was called at-8:20, a large ctowdjha.d. assembled as 41ie two teaTOS.-weie kno\vn to be hard to beat. Fernie rushed the play into Coleman ic6 and for a time it looked as if the bqyfc from the ueighbonng province weie an easy mark, for the locai septettfe,j| Five minutes after play commenced, Thrasher scored from a pass haP.^�'??{^H',?e traced to the fact 'hBJbadj>M|!;putola88ed'>aU hi* op-^ "lj4t there had been no 90I himselfin .many ithe trade. In other Jbu-ftad to depend merely Hitting thus fafelft'Ills it?this had brought him � FOUR TB'AMS- TIE For Second Placp fn National Hockey Assbofiitipn' Fernie Ca'dden Wallace-Milne Thrasher McQuinn, Burland Dunlop The Coleman good lot of sportB'''piididel'eirvB''i^^ support from their ^tiroe 'to^n^ in- ev^ ery way. It is hoPRdJtfieijf^^wiU sqofe Visit Fernie again^'Jlsisstj^^wsai^;''.i/fe WALDO ' '^RlMMiBtt'; Wiien. the Colemanj gam? ,wag o*er, Mclntyre -replaced *'j;Buti|iri#sfln!^,::.the Fernie team, and/-\|beV Waldo te^hn tried conclusions -with of the play.;' Few of theui-^were'^good- shotB and their stick handHhg was'of-,','a;,, .doubtful order Hadi'ith'e Femie-^oys'j been fi'esh the visitg.jrs''.'w�fuW"~h?.V9'i' had an in�possible task,to score. Tl(9f were � iplainiy.. oiitoi4^eiiAi%f4:^S;;;ii A, conETiderable nuuibet '^p|^,pie|6nt from' Colepan, Waldp' and qt^er outside points.: The F^cnie^handSdlspeds-i ed music at each inteEvaI(:and everybody got their money's, worth. -^PRINCIPALS 09. CiRUELLINQ '2�K,R0UND BOUT AT SAN FRANCISCO LAST SATURDAY* O 'WELt.8 OUTPOiNYED ^ -TH^'/'AUSTRALIAN fe� '^'ondoh, Jfeb,? 24. - Matt � -vwllk'the flnfeltth lightweight, .^ �> dMettted liilKl^i^ Mehegan, the >^ A})^tfktian ttfa-B^ptoUtX tonight, In k twenty-round light at the ; " r.oo P." M. iAir^: vs. Boyd.  � Nourse' vs\ 3ruce. 'Jackson;vs''. Olaerkc. , Wanless vs. Hftmliiioni, ^ OfOO P. Itf. She^Wd-vs.'iilc^abb^^ Gl^Sistef Vs. GJlbse. Rei'd vs. R, -R. McLeod. Nelson vs. Smith., IBYSZMilf TO HIS mm Constance Lemarin Accomplished Trick-'-Pole's First', fall in Years - Chicago, Feb. "2-I.--Stani.ilaus Zb?"-szkoi the Polish wrestler;, was �"�throw* here last night by Constant Lemaritt in a handicap match In which v the Polo;undertook to thtow'Clicmatin and Raymond Cazeaux botl^, in one hour. ' "' �The. fall cairiCiin 24:10 J with, a - rft^ verse nelson and; 'arnti sois'ao^s,v hold. I-!; was the first titus Zb7szko has been'pinned to the m'at since Got* accomplished the lie�'^kfo -yeafta ago. Jihysako then thtew Gaaeiato: In' BMOjand.'dertiandcd.tha't.temarin: return to -give ,*him n �'oVance -tib thioilif him in the remaining minutes of th� hour Lemarin retufleil and^'tlie bout ended with a-'ftispujie, . the promotfct withholding the stakes. ' / �0.*.*-�:.�    ,..... , * ^ STANDING OF CLUBS IN. WINNIPEG LEAGUE ' ments for comparison in valiiesVahd for that real, expression in clothes which is the rare attainmerit bf'only^ �the'expert craftsman.,^ ;