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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta I'HE LETJE1BUIBGK MK KALD Brirf and Breezy Carroll, Frisco bantam- in New York has hurlitt s'dtfi it Johnny Coulon. And aii y'.menof weight in the ii awaiting results. and Chief Mey- vaudeville, playing to Gee, it's great to be teain by the ablest .thii.year in..x the Western irlifth .George Farthinj, of joins the'Club on its training trip in Farthing is> giant great National twenty ..years ago, ia the wealthy citizens He is assessed at 'How about you modern ball belongs this te what Philadelphia had to say: MVI has quit pitching. Thikt'iseemB to be the1 case with all the Cub' jtwirHSrB! "Coombs was i-newii item: So -were tne CM- baseball writer says bet- ting; is likely to spoil the proper: eiiJoyJment of the sport No 'iojtbt; Chicago. Eytfs riiad- is the .swan song: of -ijiKe' Chicago fans.. But Evers .he doesn't pitch, play first, third and short 'three iplailtibris in the so use? is 'earning its title as the how .it laap- jtened. _ Chicago fans the Cubs play .ball Saturday. Who says Chicago can't L SASKATOON HAS HOCp FEVER Hockeyitts Are Busy Discussing Elab-j orate Plans'.for the Cominy Season saskatoon, liockeyists of tne getting in line and .the lineup or a teams will 'be announced within' another week or two. The Hoo-Hob's will be seen-on the ,ice: again tJiis season arid some nrst-ciass men.Have been secured by the manager. The Strathconas will afso play and'a city team will .be in- terested--in tbe Provincial league. There is some talk bE a'n inter-provin- cial', league beirigc formed aud teams iro'm Calgary, Stratiicona, Moose Jaw and Prince Al'bert taken-in.. This is a sug- gestion, which, -is .receiving attention. and may finally' become a not to go af- ter the Stanley cup..this, year and this look 'forward to lifting- the" tin ware THEHERALD'S Defeated QueenV College Again.- Tigers Lose to Argos iir WHirlwind Game Standingfof Teams Not; AffecteS-Argonauts'Protest Will'Not Hold Brought to Close r Queen's liiOSt Association Garner': Too GENUINE SPORT is Eegieeted in. our; collection of sport-" [ing everyTuing needed in every'pastime from the ge'u- the'strenuous Toronto Proposal Raises .a Montreal NO 'SPORTING GOODS .Storm in could-he They, were selected "by: experts "in1feacayiiue. Come and o.utfit liere. You'll from Toronto to have.-the n ting hockey and -'lacrosse amateurs and professionals pJiy together, abol- ished, ac tlie annual meeting oi' the A.A.U.. of-C., may-result .in light, especially as hockey is concern- f cd., The rule concerning hockey .yir-1 tualiy. does not'exist any; as-things are so mixed up in; Jiockey-particularly, as far as the com-i mercia'l. leagues.-. are concerned, President B. H. Brown the need" u special; Sent bbafdror.control'.'and a" .baker's dozen j " keep the amateurs Th EW PATROL' WA'G'0-NS" gives opportunity to Kov. uigby situ-j .The Interpro-vihSal games .had'-Jio won" and nti hv the, eames, hearihir as ..defeating- Dundas, Caua.- -r Telegraph states that "'of .'trie Kentucky Fu- unbeaten four-year-old Joan, post their oWner, of -Cleveland, and At Lexington won- over .otters to meet at ,i35 pounds. The latter 'a' cinch "for him at moat likely. that meet in. Tom wlnjfers 5t-.tee championship In. a -series. As tie aeries vould it ought to be of Brooklyn 168-game schedule both the National, and of the-' Athletics is the ateaJer of the major star 'second baseman Backs during the past sea- Chappy now" that hat aisned to manage English, vegetarian accomplished a line la "beating the eastern 100-mile cycling rec- iliis "wind he covered the the as against tine of 5.10.12. Wins Bliie Ribbon Event in Recbrd-Breaking Time at Savan- V nah ia'red by .the games, bearing as defeat .d-MhcJ-rtguiai- schedule oi put-'the: oat of which is.emblematic "ot-the .and snip'of There-is-talk of pro-1 tne senior; wound up with running ;L "-weeKv ago AVlien Ltiey ducing team year and -a fewiveeks .'ago Known hockey enthusiast saiti that if a rink would be .built he would prbduce the team. V- The- rijik'd .tlie" team wiil be produced.. Several meetings, are slated for .next week and an. annomncement of-, the ferent- teams "will 'be'., likely, next- Saturday. ey sentation no'-v rests h'euvceu.j-regard, of the various.-sehHJ'jag-. cann as also afiects :this. of :the the .uijt; -iviunircai'. a i., icings IUH, vatbiby y, t T _ TT ind McGill 21, t'he .the Argonauts w past six weeks. (game and lick-cd, the -champs.' the Ham' jtavv.a. College 6. Vacsitv cinched 'tlie Igtercollcgi-' ilion Tigers'bVr tlie-closi-. score Toronto" UniTcrsftv also added ate'senior championship' Jvsek ago Tuis didn'-t Tigers' and jQue-eilsv..scalp to tlie list in associat- by.-.witltiug'ovcr Avouml >ATgos' Ross running :uway from" ip .the a cleaa ley 'starred, oh :ihe'.'3ialf line for soccerit-cs by the up EATON'S MONSTER BOWLiNG LEASUE Die. vscheduled'rtp cited WINNIPEG AND IN HOCKEY MGUE wltfi open arms as it is it will revive hockey to its ol'd standard and interest throughout, the -province. The new league.-will come-in under the -Manitoba hockey club, one the oldest "body in the province and'at the annual meetings of .that "organization last night the prospects for a senior league. -were hailed with delight, and delegates from of vince expressed the that the revival of the senior series would go a'long way to building up the game. Warmly Welcome Kenora Kenora will be warmly welcomed back to senior hockey ranks by the club as. Brandon, wants to settle! a number of old scores, and with the famous Thistle aggregation out of the way the'Wheat City team think they can defeat the.' St. -bunch 01: every occasion, and thus even up for past defeat. Brandon Bunch Fast The Brandon team promises to be a last one, and they, say they have more players taan they know what toi do with. They are already confident of. winning: the and like the Winnipeg clubs are already figur- ing on a trip east after the Allan cup. Delegates from all .parts of the pro- vince attended the annual meeting of league tonight, .and'while the for-} jmation of the new j i a very important part-of- the evening's j {work, the smaller- town representa- i f tlves were chlel'lv interested in the _ .intermediate the prosnects' the Englishman, won for thjg g y l gTATid .pme race, the .blue ribbon ,Drlgatest anto contests here today, j fatter and farther'than' t befora in an anto race, j v Athletic .Association League in' rjliice of NOW FOR (DOMINION CHAMPIONSHIP G. Head Their Jnterrovincisi tario leagues Harailroa Argonauts Ottawa .Montreal 2-. ;Derrr Cot tics Linfield LV. 7" The Francisco'' the" othe is riot.tise t rornia that Jie-fs-iis, Compact Whofe" of -Manitoba 'completed ani-the" question Can Hrandon, hockey league with outside compel ValSlty r8peat fekt of wmnm3 tion. for is- 'Canadian championship? Two Brandon the new.league is'welcomed ago the situation was the same as this year, that is, the; final was between Toronto Varsity ton '.Tigers. In that historic game Tigers won by the close, score of 21 to Last year Varsity from Ottawa Rough." Riders by 34 to G and from Farkdale, the Ontario Union cnamps, by '2i to 9r thus showing.' be- yond a doubt their real class. This year have a much changed team, while the Tigers have tneir same famous back division of "Artful Artie" Moore, Intercollegiate Union. varsity, Toronto queens .Ottawa. Ontario Union. T. A. A. C Dunclas St. Michaels Farkdale "Won .0 Lost 1 For 7S JOS. TO Against 45. n .n .'San- slicvvs tuat ,-cien in liie. boui- drc-v.- .iiicu only Nelson sot and La fiud were iii uravs ilyi'-i''.> liurton and tlie daddy of them all, Simpson. i It is recoguized that Coach Harryfsroancis. grounds in Hamilton on November 26, i lost two" of them, but they did not the ihe advantage Gave a team like Ottawa College to linmths of Varsity has the best drilled team in the country, ibut can they pre- vent the husky Tigers from tearing Varsity scored 114 points 'in tneir six winning games, giving them. an bi I'j points per game, or tneir line to snreds? If they can thevjone point every tliiee minutes. Tigers are cnamps As the game will1 OP the other, have scored only S -points in their six games and have run iir> scores on. a Lovers of in Leilibridge will fenced off to permit the. playing-of have good ice this ,EteryOtlas for, the- intercolJcgiats Unions, be played on the Tigers own stamuin the Ontario Union certainly is not which will give the skaters'of jcarrurals matches, to the class of the' Intel-provincial.and 'the city, tbc sheet'of ice they held frequently. The rink v.-il-l tc finished this week jluive ever hr-cL The ire will be en- 'closed witti a on the land vrill tc Heeded for ice. the first jwes; side nnd the ros-t or tLe ibe Trill cold -wave. An Orcrnr.-Vatin-n a sreac