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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Sydney; N:S.,; March. 24 - Johnnie {Summers, pf England, knooke^ out Frank Plcatoo, of l4ba Angeles, here, today, in the rninl&teenth! round of a sQheauled twenty-round bout. iVbn From Calgary Cracks in Practice Game--Evans ^ in Great Trim (Speefal to Tha Herald) '^''^"^^tlixr, ^ March 24.-The Leth' ''^Ikyliige snuad for the- provincial bowl-touranment at Edmonton stop-I'*-' ped OTBT In CSalgary today, and took ft^^nch of local cracks into camp tn (L^ll^iMftica game. ^ Tie Boutherii bowIer�..on a thr^e-Ciivie a^Has; ^ere ^184 plna up. m th�i^�>prse of the three games thes^sr itm^i madV;kno??a ;th� fw* that.Ms; �r�of exti:eme,olaBi9, and must rad on to midce aomanolBO whetel^o Ifflhegbi\to'caiditl6l*t''thft c�fil|BtJ:$j ,18;- "Tliree'-ilbore 'hroth-. HS'^iii^ttidge i�tam. .e>meW?ers. ^ The ^^^^^ A '" i 'iVa 211:' 183-.567 BILLV FITZGERALD MAY QUIT LACROSSE ton ? ? ? ? ? ? ->*\^:;Moare;. ^. 193 178 m^,m' ^V�J^Mpbr.. 183 172 myr^^ -nn,. 178 159 ii?^-*^! SHIFT IBTHE iST Quebec in Danger of Losing Mug to West Coast Champions Victoria, B. Match 34.-^In a cyclonic game,; the 'Quebec champs holders of a.wojrld's;record of 11 sttaight wins, v was defeated by Victoria tonight in the'J5rst dit a series for the world's championship. The game wu� lightning s fast V arid there was no such thing as*a dultmomentj amd not until s the Jtest period 4 when the tewifio. pacevtflgan to tell dn the easterners,: was thete any ftppaient superiority on .either side; Saiie.?7 .tovS. .........:..:.r........ Dreadful iity Hangs Over Head of Lociil FootbalLXeam ifjhey Don't "Pony Up". MOHA ANb McGOORTY FOUdHT FAST DRAW Twb P'dremost MlddiewplghtB Met at Milwaukee Last Night NelVoikiiffcht Club Replies Edmonton, "malrch 25.-The annual meeting of the Alberta -Fobtball ntfso-? elation was held'^here tonight. There was llttle/biuslness ot importance. The Overseas, oluh of Lethbridg* were glve'ii tiU"^grlhl6 to pay a debt ol; J8B they owe.'tbe Xalgary Callias,. It not paid^ajytiint time thev .defaulting clul) wiU hft; :expelled from organiiwd football in Alliepta. H. Meers, .Red? Deei;, was:elected the newprqaidant; J. W. vyaid, of Edmontcjn,. declined to take the bfBce; Other officers are;: Honorarypresident. Rev. rV Paar-spn, Red Jjeer;. honorary vic^presi^ dent, ,H. H. ?. Ballantyne, Calgarf.; ylce-presidents, iAv Robertson; ^Cal^ gary, an* jin^riMw Small, Ednjonton, and presidents: of district leagues! seeretary4trea5urer, J. Taylorj iGal* .gary..,..,.. ......,,5-.... . .. ^- i^M&halL toaiTlW tlt^Md-* li�;�Ti)^c|4r iA\i 'hot ^fm$ BflDtomiton'iuaoL' Wmii^ot *'-^;K.^^T.4Tecun,�U. JteSmj ctf /CoroBjo) 4e|eate series of two games here, wbloh the-Vies' have wired their acceptance, jflz: ^(guarantee of'$],600. The games are aljnoat assured and will be staged h6r^-^'Saturday and Monday next. Heavyweight Division Has Largest Number of Entries and Some Good, and Clever Eshibitiqn^.^e Going to be Staged The bea>7^isbt clas^ias the'lmatcJ^ea^with Richards, of Card^t^^^^^ � * . -T-',. �., tie" onlT other entry. In the 1�:,: to I' it ige'for American Cup SCOTTISH GAMES. le coast'. A'GOOC^^ROWD TURNED fgll^l^TE^AT - ' fg^yAJ^ ........���� � iVLsthhridgft. Curljng asspoiation warte -^rwttPiised at the wsm-ber, "of. aknt^WAtha^-turned, out last niglitrto ^9\?4yaat�ge^ o|.'tl� cwrl-jng'fde-t1�4t'W9jeen'adapt?d for the i)se^it>)iKt(^�,pnly nptico given 5^"t)e^,v|. yesterday ... a bundled ;tak;ing'advatttage ot >to�^t^w^t 'T*"^ ,__- the ice wafe excel- �:W?'^f��^ww-flooded after the' skat- irS;^I^rt%eV6lf IWt uight, and condition tonight. rink will De open ". rBoaloiL'id^Vtaant hygiene has aaop^tf "S-ru^e'tliat no achoolboy capi^ odfefpete in more than-one tt'ack and! Glasgtfw, March '24.-7FOHowlng are the results ot todai's �cottlflh League games: , . . , ' ' > Celtiq, 4 J Baith Rovers, j2. � Clyde, S; St- Mlrren^ 2. Third Lanark, 0;. O'a^W |langers; RUGBY GAMES: YESTERDAY In the International rugby match, Iri^land defeated J*'ance'Vy 2* to Q. Gloucester 26} Qinderford 0. Cardiff 5; Harlequins, 0.' ^ Swansea 8; BartiarlanB 0, Northampton'Or'-|iliyaeJly 9,- ;| Bristol 13; .Lpndop Welsh 3. O. M."Taylors 8;,:i^�!t�r,0,.,-Neatb. 31; Leicester 0.-mnslet 25;-Wakpfl^ld .Trinity 10 Hull Kingston a;''LeedBf,p andi^thoug^ th� big fellows are nofc-^eoteftytci' furnish ,thelllgfitning-like i gbesSithat cthe; little: if eflows wlUv^a'tli&^i llghtiSr class, the. clashes in tlie heavies'will' undoubtedly furnish the ipoat ,lir^er-est, and th^%rgft;SgtjT(:;ij9Jtmai|feasrft idpublj^; intereetlng^jt^l^g^ 4avc four naeii in~"^e1iliea^' i^^^ ^Uoyd, Kimball. aWeS} an^'MtxKdn-zle; Calgary and ]B�nontoii, one each/ ,q, "Pattle and B, .^Manley, .respeclT lively.J.,,,.. ........ ii ..,i(,^:|v,..^,..,,='.; .4 (urnlab/some lntere|ting�C^|aryi*and B. Manl^y. Edmon&n-;- '.'.v^ , L^brldge has ^^'monopol;^ of � the 125 and 115 pound"classi and in the ^----- 135, A A. Dower, who holds the pro- bridge, C, Paltlfr, vJnclal title in his ;olaa5^'";jwlU� be ley. rEflmonton,', tlie''o'j)Iy other entry. In the 145-pound! class Letbbrldge bas a good entry in Georget McKenzle, and R. Sls-ung wfU fly the local colors In the 145 lAin'ads. ~ - The; entries; - "pt'tbB challenge/' A notice to this effect M(fas i made'|;tddaV. on'Jbehall ,of Secretary MoGarmloJc, of the club. A copy! of the reply; ol-the oup committee of the New, Yotk Ytfcht Clut) to the Royal Ulster Ylftoht Club's request for a coh-fliderflttlon;; Of JltS^rJicently declined' challenge-on'-behiiU of Sir Thomas also wip^tjiR^iS public.  . ' Now'bhtllUnge' Rumored Nevf - 'Yqrk,*^ 'March 25.-The New Torl5.,tacht''club" members heard last nlghiil^^tjaii'^'rlJipini^B'Llptoh had In preiparfttion atvJletl^r i^mbodylng sugr gesHWBcwltHArefprenco to still an-oth6i^.oha/l6ng6';fp'r the Ame'rlca Cup, and woiSd Probably despatch the mis-sivc l^ta aday or two to the Royal ,TnRtfc;;^o^uclU)j;;4o> be forwarded to .th'fjlaoai;he Jias. submitted, the" Bujtpo-Billo^'biotng.'tliattlie British baronet would this Ntlme conform Vith the stipulation la^the'deed of, gift. ........ ...... HOT BOWLING MATCH AT1';M.G.A. UST NIGHT .......:\\ M':^"".''- ; Lower. Dormitory Team Wiped ,0^t' U^per Flat In Quick Order THE LETHBftfD&ff-MARKETS Local markets remain unchanged ftn'd no sptlvity is liable to occur un-til the-Weather ifiif^ks. -. , No. 1. Timtohy .\.M...'..l>er ton 14.09 Blue-Joint.............i ' " ' 18.00 Alfalfa, No. L >. 'i No. '2 Red ....... ..." ... No. 3 Red ... ... ^..�-.� No. 4. R'ed ...........; . "Per ton Bian .,.o>i �>....-.;.v*18. T.k ..11 .\n.rxnarfrtnn^ t-ltVi Theife is oonsldewWle-. rivalry eixlstrag between the, desperWqe? qf .u^jicr'^.and lower, dormitories>t2the Y. M. 0. A., as to ,^b(ch:�?an.lay just'.claim to superior pJDwss in*th6 refitm of>*ti-dull care:|Ric6ntly the,superiority of the "upper''''ten" was "questioned in tha; matteV''6i Pin topping by the "lower flve'?,'ft / - '^f Weights to be^*'Bai)tai^c|o5 pounds andeatlon each compeUtor wfto? has-weighed in shall draw In Pfr�bri���^�UW�i^i?:a�d complete as follows: Have a prpllra-inary round of as many/cwiMM;* number,of conbstents^oa;i hd divided br two.. In,:?im�^f^^^ ��t compete in. the .)�reHmln- ary series, he shall be^uij%Mp�b?r in^the next eeties'qt bouts so as to; avold/the'possibimyrdKtefa^J^S^-*'?^- '^^ " ^f"""- ^'^''^f slxteen-contestants ap'^^r*,regularly with uo byes or un even contests. Th�e%ontestan-t wh6 Ms|aFt bfeen^defeated by, the winner jhall rkelve second prize, and^ wbf 5>VA^u;defeated^by the of either first �  ^e e4lW44 P> comD6^9 for third pl^ce. , "It is too late.n6w..f(?ir,me to drop out of t!he great gaipe,;},- pays >NefvyBy' La-lonae will play to'ljfo^treal tHie coming snmmoj '8 errpn^ous. if to-londe'plays lacrosse; jf^u can state; tor mo that/it,will he on|the Coast,; and wltb Vajj'couW.", JfllK; what oth-.er players will i^aake up'^tlw roster of the Vancouvev lacrosse club, 1 am notj in a position to^.�tate. biit'one thing Is qertaln, the iaam of 'I0i$'^ will be e�roj wh^ch w()n the pntb cup tn' J^U," ' or second place shall be Duration ot bouts The Referee shall BhaU b9 final aud/witjt^o Contestants,'sbal^'fe' conteati, and anyi'oo|?itj| > - Any athlete Vb?. satisfactory to the' Oame?;.* weighing'shall ceWsfef asM night Is coromenqed. ' tbe competition; and his decisions hour of/the ^beginning of'the fii|s:bvettMeigttt pnau^ ne, t/i?ciw., , m&mMf to,:cQ?a�9^J^iwitlbout;an excuse ��^�sp)wndlp9r\?te 12.00 9.00 11.00 67 63 50 65 SO ' 42 � 65 68 55 TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wlnnfpegi March 25.--The grain markets today were; Wheat: May.......... July............,. October ..........* bate: _ ^ Ma,y ...' >4'. July ,.v� -..(f Flax: . May .1. ^uly ,.; 'Odtober Open Close 88^ 87% 89% 89% 88% 1 34H 36 35% 34% .....113% 111% ^asli Prices 5 No. 1'. Northern';............t 85% No. 2. Northern.......... 82 % No. 3. Northern .,............. 79% ' No. 4............r...-;..,..... '77% No. 5......................... 72 No. 6...............;; No. 4. ReiBcted: Feed ......... .,�..', Flax: , - " " ,No;i. N. W, C/. .v-> " American Mal'kets Minneapolis-Wheat: '' .May ...........'......... 86% 'July ^: J September ..........' Chicago: - ^ ^,  . -Ma^..............899^^^  f,� "if t." ''29^A ^ 28 , I 47% ;: 46% 40 .39 s . 109, ' 85%- 88%.-87% _88 wi'vPqMash.t a^d before ,tno riflvb'*.,got througb -with 'them we*..' boit"- .even-'" squash-their July.........-89% September...... ,.,'.,..Vlth>lls , on . wliiPh^SWMM"'rlX3l' wlU,be*iii>leanetl, /-^ oiit'aW'PVmsto cover, and,h? and -his merry ^nen win ' rpign ,sut)rome, he mbnarph^ oJ ali t^r survey, etc.;| Hom?^ runs.l^y YeTkes and Hendriok , senTin the.,s^c6ud inning ot today's: gamej ;gave'" Bpi^ton �lve runs and a viotory'^over' pittflhurg, of tbe National Isflgtte, :Th|^ scoijft was 7-to 4, ' 7?^oW��t...... Who-has been re-e^eotedi o(?mmOdor9 of }t�jex Alexandra �Yabh^t;olub,fo,p tin* third iprm. , ' >'5sfV^i-;IMe'Wepisl^^^^ 97 ;