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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETITBRIPCIS HERALD Monday, November A, The Annual Meet- ing of the Lcthbridge Curling Club Be Held In the Council Chambtr Wedn'day Nov. 8 At Eight O'clock. S. .1. SHEPHERD, J. BRUCE, S.c. P.ia. "Lest Ye Forget" of, Y. M. C. A. Gymnasium Tigers Win Basket Ball Game From Ramblers i CALGARY TO HAVE A NEW MANAGER Nov. is SATURDAY'S RUGBY RESULTS FROM MANY QUARTERS The first game- of the V. .M. G. .A. askotbHll league yeas pltiyt-tl last Business and Professional 'Saturday at the V. 'M. C. A. between Tuesday and Friday, 5 to 6. ithp'TIgers and the Kninblors; Gordon. Seniors (IS years and upwards) Dipt, of the Tigers, and Van Allen, Tv.-jsday and Thursday S to 9.. Cupl. oMhe'Riunbleis. The game was Hoys and Voung Men fast throughout, the Ramblers seem-[ Monday and Friday S to ins.y having a hard time keeping ihe. 4.30-5.30, in the'basket although they nwde.J day 0.15 to 10.15 ninny good shots. The Tigers were Soalor S to S. accurate in their shooting and We preparing for baseball for next year. .Iiilitw Sireib has been manager, lie played Hrsl base for lust year's team, coming here from A'fuicouver. tj, .j. jj. ij. ,j, .j. [CANADIANS WON FROM STANFORD UNIVERSITY TEAM Flannagan's Belt 9.. Junior to Basketball Saturday S to classes. Wrestling :uid Boxing have begun. up Trophy for Competition In Canadian Lightweight Clis. i every shot they made counted. The j 'ifinal score was 19 to -1 in favor of the; i games will be played i Nov. -t.-Mai.aser Thomas 'every Saturday and occasionally oll. of the National Sporting CALGARY RUGBY TEAM TRIUMPHS OVER RIVALS Etkimos Lost to In Provlncli Championihip Game I'ulliary, Nov. Calgary Tig orn won the championship of Alberta oy defeating the KsUlmoB of Bdmon- ton by fourteen points last night', Neither team had -lost a game this _ season. The previous (same played in .the very best shape beius ki'pt off the t'Jdnionton. between these tennis I The varsity coach did not want, resirlied i'n n draw.' The Tlgcra com- :l the Eskimos, tha Stanford University. C'al., Nov. The all-star British Columbia Kugby 15 scored its first victory of the pres- ent trip today, defeating a mixed team from the Stanford 'vatyity and scrub squads (i to 5. There were but 37 men of the res- liar Stanford varsity in the line-up, Known Promote Propcs.. or 'no, I'n' to lake chances with RICH, as the pletel OIltptayed Stiuiford-Cithfornia giime is but a Da" the Seniors are allowed the use of tho ;Fritlav evenings. The public are cor- rvmand baths from S a.m. to 10 p.m. ,'cllallv' invited to attend and no ad- intended to hang up a bolt o.irbloni- The next excejit Smid'ay, and W'hen tire j mission foe will be clhirg announced this that he ZtTSfJX. "SASK tune champion of the Varsity going on. Physical examination free to members. game, between the .Midgets and pionship of Canada and. that "Billy" Pirates takes place on Friday com- asked to menclng at 8 30 p m (lelend ll m Ius "ouc n I outgeneraled at every stage iht. Mold with the enure Villiams kicked, ran and captained t0 tetnt In ptusuit a man ttol ucli good effect that whon the fniil in striking distance, .'ail vliisilt: blow in the dail easy tpnchdown. Pend'lSto'n-klclccil ess score stood' ,0 to ,7, the .sitors fronr the holding the tnEt eithei gonl tndin0 vinning end nf the figures. ereri until the closinjr period lrl> to the tinu'. that Willimns 'ap- earc'l Baflllc ami Craig, hud been oul tint ing the Ottawa hoolcis, irophy had been get ling away -with ong t'litf runs and the Montreal wings mi -'been coining 'through and smotii ring tho Ottawa backs. In the scc- td half Williams niaiic one loach imself, which he. convcri'cd, and also converted ICiliott's touch, besides onl- MEMBERS Y. .M. C. A. hockey players and all interested In the team that will represent the institution this win- ter are cordially- invited to attend a meeting in the "Y" parlors evening at -7.30, An Italian Reverse Lalonde Likes Coast Official Averages Make Cobb the 1 Supreme; Batter he coiitmued, tjnl Vn Lalonde ifi Ji Me savs tie is on "a farewell trip, find Dial unless something startling niu nts Inn liKi, i tremendous sal-.! nj oFfei he be in Vancouver ie nil Uc of December. j I ttcl i1 leisl eighteen hun- ditil iiockvy theie I like i( uu tnucli I'icv are fine no'i uid i nn ihlc to play. IP iU is in Ich money as '_ iT. "Onc'rn'rtver blow or a foU- a nian out of the gaiup.idi: good. .So it is making hav ivliile the'sun'Shines for me. DidT row'sen Ibe Tine souvenir they live winning the ami showed a verv fine gold watcli. Chicago. N'ov. 'short two puntin, the Montreal hacks and ing his hicKs wnn the utmost nicely ,lhia club jn ,1901, .Tyrus Cobb, or Dn- forcing the Montreal hacks io roiipu u-oit, Lopped the 111 U Americun leagun several times, it was almost dark j batters for the four successive year, when the game ended ami ihe an average of .420, according to real backs were working badiv the "VGragoa announced today by last quarter. !No one saw {President Johnson oC th-a American j nevpr knew how I wa who scenicil to have more stcailv or than tho Montreal 'boys. f ieing and the winning points scoiuu by Ottawa resulting from the poor j Jackson, of Cleveland, who aver- handling of Williams' punts and quick'aged .408, played in 1ST games, while following up hy the Olliuva'wings, jCc-bh took part in one game liolcpn Lajoie of Cleveland, who gave 2lose race for batting honors had an average of .363. Last year Cobb finished with an average of 3S5 and Lnjole with .3S4. The world's champion Philadelphia [club, has seven men in the select AQQ class, Collins leading with an average of-.365, Lapp hit for .353, Baker, the homo run hero of the world's series, i for .334, Hurpby Mclhntu .321, Coombs .319 and Lord .310. Detroit had four men hitting; above TIGERS WON OUT IN THE ELEVENTH HOUR 1 iias ever knocked out- of my senses was in: lost my senses tho second quarter, and although they leil me I walked off the field and In- io tlm.drejjsing .room, I did not re- gain them again till the end of tho me hurt, hurt. I was three days in the hospital after that. After examining me all ffvei, the doctor finally found a sore ipoti on'the right side of the head, biii'it never troubled IIIB after. ''There had. been some ugly talk; ajio.iii.. having been put up jusb I before fhat. that I would never fin- ish the season. I never paid any at- tention lo that, however, and even take no stock1 in it. "1 have not actually signed up yet, lint unless the Masfc can do much bet- ter for me in ihe way of salary thati Argonauts Went Wrong When Game Was Well in Their Grasp HamiMoti, Nov. 5. A drop goal I from the, field when there was -less .including Cobb. Crawford .was thu I am goin, than mini'ite to play, won the the league batters'with'' yesterday for the Tigers, who dc- l'37_8' whlle Delehanty leads :wUh featuri (he Argonauts by the narrow .307. Philadelphia: leadu in, team batting, jwtth peiroic, Eecond with...2911 MORE EQUINES TO AUSTRALIA PrauciEco, Thirty race- Ihorses, representing :some of' choic- .282. also !08t. 8to'ck Kentucky score of to 8. Tho a margin of -the' largest icanfonnia "are" at Tran- jfour points and from thu Iscdrlag 147 maile lraclt. here uwaiting shipment it strong defence work in the other number of-hits, 2-1S. Of these Au8irilfn. The horses games this season thev should have been purchased by Irving H. held it RIM -it n... ootjb iiLaicbi nviu a of neiu u mil just at the m .base was -Mnlonoy. Columbia, nd t.olj nibmllulei.) __ _ HU PAGNUELO WINE A SPIRIT CO. ;