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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The l.ctfahrMge Dally Herald Tuesday, May 3,1�10. special Hportfl iSuppleiiieut UTHBRIDGE GOES STRONG FOR FOOTBALL THIS SEASON CALEDONIAN FOOTBALL CLUB Winnersof "Buchanan's Shield" SeMon leOB It H �loubtfuI if er�n baseball iias^ more enthusiastic foliowrrs than fixv ball in I^iUiLridge. It is not more tlmn thrw years ago that tho Kanu> �.is ^ pluyctl to any oxient in (his city. Snnj its bWh inio popularity tl:" ailvinnej haa ^pen ratlier iihcnoiiu'nal ;iii't tl\t:' number of people �lio fai.c a close Interest In it becoinc mm, .xtenaivf each season. There U cooA reason for its growing pot>ir;iii\v too. Almost all the pan)t'.� .ui- played on the square, which btin^; ;iie ceiitral play ground of the cii.v, ;\!lord the piiWu a convenient m' the ni;il executive shall tbltik fit. and any o>hei meetlnts or to have any o.f the pilvil ^ club or player, playing with or against eiee.-i oi the ass-oi lalioii until all fees j such suspended club or player shall be nia.-. be ;is,-;ti!eil. 1i.i,uion shall b!> j liable to be similarly dealt with. The esecuMve shall have power to ctiil up .govern ^^^^ e.vidain or answer for ed by iin .xe.utive. coiu.islin,� ol 3,,,. v.^id..nt. and ^ ^^''^ officials. Any player who has tlve. which should be of no little In- three reptYsetila.i'. es from each club.' f � � lerest to oitr readers: Ar the annual meeting an hoiiciation shall be litK'd to a vote. Me shall be i>:iid for called the Lethbridge flty nnd Dis his sevvicea s\icii sum us in the op'in-tri ii. .-\ majority of represeti'atives ever, to I'e attributed to the rise oi ! the asscH'iiii i.in and the sttiiervisiou and loini a iiiiofuni for the tr,iii.!c . whit li may be lu-ld a club dcstrinij to clian.ice its repre within Tills district and full control of seatative, it .^fiall be tlie iluiy of the the league linaiices. Any football club willing to com ply with and abide by the rules of thi^- with the progress of the games upon a':sociation may be admitted to inetn elevated lines. liership hy a rwothirds vote of the e\ This year has all ihe appearances i rutive of being the foremost of any in 4. The eiiir,ii!' $-" oit for senior iuch match or football tournanien' shxtll be dealt wih by the e.xecultve .\ ice of 12.00 may be charged for per aiission to hold a match or toiiniaint nl of this description. 9. Every affiliated club is re.spon.si ble to the executive for the conduct o its players, members and officials. Ir the event of any club, player, officia' or member being proved to the satis faction of" -the executive to have beei guilty of any brea statement U I form test of amateur standing and to a vote, nor shall he be allowed, af- !'"^ cxccattve. The accot.nts shall be uniform rules for the government ol ter the evidence is concluded, to ad- i """"'"'^ annually, and an auditor shaiv all athletic spot is within its lurif- dress the executive, or propose or sec ! -ee"..--- - ...-.�. ^,^^.,., � H^J^' ^ ond anv motion. This rule shall not '\ f'^'"''^ '''^'"""^ ' Defin.t.on of an Amateur, however, debar any member from act-i"^�'�'-- ^"^^ A" ^'a*^*"'^ ^ = ing in the capacity of advocate for his!'� f " ' ' ^' competed in ^.j^jj to the annual meeting, i he executive i any competition for a staked bet, ,� , . 1 shall have the power to invest any ' moneys, private or public, or nta 12. Players must be amateurs only, ; ^^^p,,,^ j,,^^^ receipts. ^'/n^T^f'.nL';e^t.? 1;fn^"X'^ '�^P^ ""'J other articles be i (�) Taught or assisted in the pur- ation. Each aflil.ated club shall regis-, ^^^^ association sJ.all be ves i suit of any athletic e�rci.e or sport ter each of Its playing members on \ forms supplied by the association sec-1 retary. Within seven days of such registration form being signed by a play- ted !n trustees who shall hold the same In trust for the association'. The : as a means of livelihood. (c)Ret�ivod any bonus or payment �f 9�di A. SOUTHARD Bod. trustees shall be the president, hon ; of loss ol time while playing ---------- - '"-^i treasurer, the secretary, for the time ;� member of any dub or engaged er, and such registration shall date | ^^^^^ \ in any athletic sport or exercise, or from the time of Its receipt by tfie as , " ! any consideration whatever, for any \ service as an athlete, except actual I traveling or hotel expenses. (d) Sold or pledged his prizes. (e) i�romoted an athletic competl-, tion for personal gain, I Note : An athlete guilty of any ol ; the above oRences can never be relnr 1 stated. I 2. An athlete who lias competed '; viiVh or against a proieitjiiviii for a ; prize or where gate receipts are : charged (except as may be speciaiiy provided for by the by-laws of the associatioti) or has entered in any competition under a name other than his own, shall be ini-ligiMe tor regia-tration and competition as an am�-. teur. j Note : Such an athlete may be eligible for reinstatement. 3. All others shall be considered eligible for competition and registration in the association and its affiliated bodies. Championship Games The championship games shall include the following track and tield events, and such others as may from time to time be added by the Doard of Governors : Running 100 yards. Running 220 yards. Running one^uarter mile. Running one-halt mile. Running one mile. Running two miles. Running five miles. Hurdle racing, 120 yards, ..0 bMt> dies, 3 ft. 6 in. . . Walking one mile. Waliting three miles. Throwtog the discus. Tossing the caber. Running high jump. Running broad jump. Pole vaulting. Putting the shot, 16-tb. Throwing the hammer, le-lfc. Throwing ."iS-lti. weight. Individual tug-of-war. Tug-of-war, teams ot four. Juriadiction This Association recognizee aU athletic sports, and claims JarladiettaB over all track and field atUstn, as well as those taking part ia tto Mr lowing : Basket ball, bioyeliac, kw-in�r baseball, fencing. footMl, 09* nasties, hMiAall, hookey. JacraMl, sKatiag, iDowahoctog, nrtmakig, wrestling tad rowing. Hie CaledoBlaa Cldk. whMi |�  member of the Asaoclatioa, .mm 4fea applicants lor Uie meet to M htM H LeUibridKe. and the Itabilitiea taew. nection with it will be ummti %f them. sociation secretary, in the case of any ' club not conforming any such registra tion, notice of withdrawal shall be sent i to the association secretary within: three days of the decision of the com- j miltee of the club. Any club receiving j renumerative or consideration of any sort for the services of any of its mem bers or players shall be deemed to have infringed this rule. Any club or I>layer infringing this rule shall be liable to a fine or suspension as the ex- j ecutive may think fit. Any player, signing B registration form for more | than one club shal be deemed guilty ' of misconduct. In the event of any | player signing two or more registra-1 tion forms, priority of registration | shall decide to which ciub he belongs \ and It shall be the duty of the naso- j elation secretary to notify the club! last registering of his previous reg- i isterlng and report the same to the j executive. All registration forms tnust I be signed and witnessed, 13. Any club, player, official or member found guilty of inducing a player to leave the club for which he is registered, without first obtaining the Hanction of his club, shall be deemed gtiUty of misconduct and shall be liable to a fine, suspension, or such punishment as the executive think fit. 14. Whenever a player wishes to transfer his membership from one club to another, he shall first of al' A. E. DUPEN President Football Executive IH. In the evenit of any alterallont In the rules of the assoiriatlon being deemed necessary, notice of the pro posed alteration shall be sent in writ ing to the a.s�oclation secretary, who shall, al least seven days prior to a general meeting. Implore each club of the proposed alteration. A two-thirds vote of the executive Is necessary for the alteration of a rule. 19. Points of ordef in the execu five meetings shall bo decided ac apply for the written sanction of his | ^^^.^i^j^ ,^ Parlimentary club, and also for the written sanction ; ^^^g^, ,j. j,,^ j,,,^^^ business at all of the club to which he proposes tr be transferred. He shall then forward an application for transfer to the as sociatlon secretary, who shall forth j with issue a transfer. In case thr j sanction of one club be withheld, such : club may be required to show cause j to Ihe executive for Its aotion. The i withholding of the sanction of one j club shall not prevent a player pro cefding wHh lijs application for trans fer betore the e�ecv�tlve, who shall in their dlsrftjon, refuse or approve such transfer as to them may seem best. No transfer shall be granted after two months before the end of each season's schedule. No club shall be bound to deal with an application for transfer unless the applicant bar pi�ld his subscription for the seaeon in which be last played for such club. The exacutive slull have power to summon tha partiea to a transfer to appear before them. In case of a club being applied to by a player for trana-ler to another club, they shall noUfy their consent or refusal to the player within seven days. When a player regular meetings, and shall be as foK lows. 1. Reading minutes. :; Correejjondence. Accounts. Reports or commiitees. Referee's report. Club reijorts. Genera) business. Good and welfare, I'll. The decisions of the executive shall be final. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Thai "new National League broom la sweeping clean" at present. President Lynch has instructed his umpires to rigidly enforce the rule r^ (julrlng them to i>e always addressed as ".M;r,"-, and to perrmlt no player, regular or substitute, to retire from the bench without the umpire's pei> misMon after a game baa been started. President Lynch has also notified his umpires that he will not permit any of them to umpire In college games while uader contract to the National League. ;