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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALB THE HERALD'S VARSITY AND TJULt TODAY OFFERS A BIG PURSE ROE B SPORTS WILL SOON BE.ON Toronto Teams to Battle! Saturday, November sporting for cold -tveather be what you'll Our stock with 'anything' and everything you can ast for of all kinds tre Al made. .THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAGS ire show wouM.be envied by Corbett or a Fitzsimmons. Everything we novr show in the. sporting goods Hae is .of superior make, aad sold .st lowest "prices. Tiie Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. BIG GRIDIRON GAME AT NEW HAVEN Phone 1032 412 Fifth St. South TURKS BUMPED INDIANS AGAIN Staiiding of City Bowling League Stows Turks in a Class by Themselves ;Once again, those Turks displayed their. superiority in pin toppling. The todlans -were the victims last night. .The .terrible .ones annexed all three games and registered 229 plus more man their antagonists. Both. Nowair and Moore ot the Turks were in the 500 class. Not an Indian bc-wled close to it. Kellogg made the "beet showing lor the .red skins with 45S. 'Capt.' ..Evans of the Turks, who is Buffering from, an injured hand, was Bot in the game last night The- scores: Turks Is'owak. 1SS 163 .Moore 195 139 513 Davles........ 14S 137 snover....... 151 153 Holmes......... 139 144 for Right to Meet the Tigers The .semi-final game played this afternoon between Toronto Varsity, winners of --the -lutercollegiate Union, j and Toronto- of the! F. U., will give the Toronto puD- j lie a see one, Doralnianj championship game. j The general opinion seems to be, both in the east and "west, that the victory -will easy for' Varsity, but tne unexpected sometimes happens, for instance, last Saturday Dundas were confident of defeating T. A. A. C. in the valley town, but instead- were defeated, by the Toronto team. la today's game neither team has any special advantage in to home grounds, as the game will Tae played on Rosedale Toronto. Both teams are well-acquainted with above grounds, although, neither practices there. ''_'-- T. A. 'A, C. will certainly present BOWLING TOURNAMENTS BY TELEGRAPH Proposal their strongest line-up, while on the other hand several of the' Varsity Promote the Game in Cities of Alberta -Have you ever heard of a telegraph- ic bowling tournament? Well, its a. great game and works out.like this: Say that Edmonton, Medi- cine Hat and Lethbridge each enter a, team. Each quintette plays twice a week and the two teams roiling the greatest pins in each game are credited with a victory for each single game in which rolls higJi score. Thus on night Calgary may roll 925 in .thetiirst game, Medicine Hat 915, Won Lost Pet. standing for the first three games as follows: Team Calgary Lethbridge...... Medicine Hat___ Edmonton regular city league scheduled games ac home. This plan allows each city to put .forward its best men, and it .666 .666 .333 .333 Puts up to Bring and Mahmout Together Kansas City, Nov. George iiacnensch-micit is willing to meet Yus- seirMahmbut_on the mat they can get a guaranteed purse of or a privilege of 65 per cent, of the gross Yale and Harvard Come Together Harvard the Favorite The American gridiron will furnish (he game o[ the season today when Harvard and Yale, the famous, col- lege teams, clash-at New Haven. Har- vard is a-10-7 favorite but Yale may spring a surprise as their showing of late has been oa the upward climb. The weight ol. each player is as fol- lows: Yale Weight Kilpatrick, le Scully, It Ig ........................ISO Morris, c McDevitt, .185 Paul, rt Brooks, re Lethbridge 840. This gives" and Medicine Hat credit. for ;.a game players will be on the side lines due' each and Edmonton and "Le.thbridge Charlie-Gage, .the husky are charged up with loss. The second 832 746 Indians Scarie 140 123 Gibbons 146 156 Cutnbert 145 104 Kellogg iiacdonald 78S 2366 435 41S ___ 3S3 134 45SJ 123 150 2187 Varsity half -hack, had the muscles of. his shonlder torn in. a practice game, 'but will in the final-game nest Sat- urday at Hamilton, provided. Varsity game of the. first three may result just the opposite in which- case all four teams are tied with a loss and a win each. The third game results in wins today's game, which seems sure) Calgary and Lethbridge having the to the followers of the game in Leth- brwge. high scores and Edmonton and Med- icine Hat the low-ones, making, the Next conies the question as to giv-. ing all the boys in the various leagues a chance. The suggestion is made that the five men rolling the highest total of pins for the three preceding games in. their own league fixtures be permitted to represent their respec- tive cities in the nest telegraphic con- test. To illustrate, say Lethbridge rolling with six teams has for this week as high men, Evans and-Nqwak, of the Turks, S carle of the Indians, Rygg of the Tigers and Nichols of the Bronchos. These five men represent Lethbridge nert week-in the tele- graphic match for both series of three games each. But if during the week 'these telegraphic -matches are being played, some other bowler should beat Rygg out of a place in the first five high averages, the new man takes Kygg's place until he, too, is beaten out of liis place by some other Lethbridge bowler who Drolls .a higher string- in the 'month. Promoter .William Scoville of tne 'Missouri A, C. made this offgr yesterday and Doc Message or Chicago who is here representing Mahmout, accepted on behalf of his man. The offer was wired to Jack Curley, man- ager of the lion. If he accepts the bout held in convention hall here. j gives every cicy league a chance for a receipts -for a bout to be held here nest I HowC( qb........................152 'place on the 'telegraphic team. Then the question of select- ing a team to defend the championship at the provincial tournament in Cal- gary. A satisfactory arrangement and a fair one, would be to send the five men. who have participated in the greatest number.of telegraphic con- tests, or else the five men who have the highest scores in the telegraphic "contests regardless of the number of games played. The main .point, how- ever is to pick five men who are en- titled by right, of previously bowling in the.telegraphic.games as the rep- resentatives, of the various cities of the provincial league. In order to- suggest a suitable meaiDS of arranging a provincial tele- graphic tournament, .arrange handi- caps if necessary au'd otherwise pre- pare, for a provincial telegraphic schedule it might be a good' plan to have the cities of Edmonton, Medicine Hat, and Lethbridge send one repre- sentative, to Calgary with the least possible delay. LETHBRIDGE BOYS IN CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM 'trinity College School won the championship of Rugby League, -beating Upper Can- ada, St. Andrews and Bishop Kidley. This is not to be won- dered at as three boys from tne Lethbridge district were oa the team, Dick Ursch, Ar- thur J Mewburn and Walter Koss' sou. Field. Ihb Daly, rhb j Kistler, fb ..ISu Harvard Weight Lewis, le .......................175 McKay. Minot, Ig........................ ,204 Perkins, 177 Fislier, rg -19-J Wellington, rt .1SS Smith, L. D., re...................172 J. i W-gglesworth, qb ................15C i Corbett, J. i Frothinghain, rhb................171 JL Leslie, H. C., JJ Average weight of ISO; X! Harvard 182. That was a new experience some of the Chicago Cubs underwent last Wed- nesday when they ran into a game warden of -the state of Tennessee and were taken to court where they -were fined each for hunting game.with- out the regular license. f GS8 677 772 Standing of the League Won Lost P. C. Tigers isronchos Indians 7 S 12 Brief and Breezy "Will Columbia University shut down on the great game of football alto- gether? The governor-elect of New Jersey, Woodrow Wilson, talked football with tie Princeton squad and predicted a .victory over Yale. The world's champion Athletics will show ths spoils they won, their title when they go to Cuba early next year. Jack Johnson was on his guard in a. legal sparring match yesterday. He claims that the word "respecting" is too big for him to understand, w No matter "SJietlier liis action was ethical or not, Barney Oldfield has the public with him in his fight with the Automobile Association of America. u A, Johnny Evers announces that he j accept the inanacarnffnt- nf the Nobody asKed you, j sir, .'she said. Opposition to Lynch's re-election at I the annual meeting of the National j icague next month will come from at j least four clubs. i V T" T" j Walter and Louis Winans, English importers of American horses, will! show at the New York horse show, Siring an added bit of international color to the display. Dame rumor has it that the Ameri- j can league will oppose Ban Johnson if i 2ie attempts to interfere with the elec-; tion of a National league president as he did last year. j When Nelson was champion lie took j them as fast as they came and the tougher they were the better he liked them. He beat the best a couple'of times for good measure. Since gast won the title he has taken on two fourth busted some- thing both times. Submitted to Meeting of Clubs in Lethbridge Today Deficit is Shown Which Should Easily be Geared up Statistics Give Winnipeg Money-Making Attendance Edmonton Gate Second, Calgary Third, and Lethbridge Sixth Report Gives Interesting Figures-" The secretary-treasurer's report of the Western Ca nada League for the past season, issued- from the rfesi- dont's off ice-today for perusal by the league executive which is now in session in Lethbridge, contains much, interesting information. The report is very complete and bears every evidence of painstaking care in its compila- tion. Though the report is somewhat late, President Ecb storm deserves great credit for the thorough manner in which it is issued. How each club was assessed by the league for its maintenance, is clearly shown; what each paid, and what is still owing; the total and average attendance, the mileage of each club when on the road and the total number of miles all clubs travelled is treated, as well as the receipts and disbursements. It will be noted that none of the clubs are fully paid up, though Calgary and Winnipeg are practically square on the books. Reference is made to holiday gate, it will be noted, which means that each club owes that respective amount to the league pool There was a by-law passed this season that 10 per cent, tjf each holiday gate should go into a pool, to be derided equally among all 'the clubs at the end of the season. The receipts and disbursements show a somewhat alarming deficit, being ?2773 20. The maintenance of the Regtna club after becoming the property of the league proved a large item of expense. However, this is cut down considerably by the Regina club forfeit of ?400, whic h goes to the league and another like amount for the sale of Pitcher Skeels. Winnipeg takes the premier position in total attend ance with adults, and over children. Edmon- ton comes nest, followed by Calgary. Lethbridge has a fair showing, and increase of some over last year. Receipts (Due from 1909) June 1910 Brandon, 7.S5 -Edmonton 210.00 Calgary 311.51 Brandon 110.00 Saskatoon 10Q.QO 200.00 Lethbridge 150.00 Winnipeg 424.55 (Amounts owing from Clubs) Edmonton 362.60 Brandon Blouse Jaw Let.hbridge 322.38 Medicine Hat 100.50 400.00 Med. Hat, May 24 615.15 Med. Hat, July 1 712.25 Lethbridge May 24 513.75 Lethbridge.. July 1 223.85 Brandon, May 24 487.00 Brandon, July 1 299.45 Regina, May 24 487.00 Regina, July 1 '692.6c M. Jaw, July 1 May 24 July 1 May 24 1052.90 M. Ja-w, July 1 29S.45 Winnipeg, May 24 10D2..90 Winnipeg, July 1 692.65 Total Receipt League Percentage 459.70 Amount received by Clubs Club average share of receipt 307.55 356.10 256.85 111.90 243.50 349.75 243.50 346.30 526.45 149.75 526.45 346.20 30.75 35.60 25.75 11.20 24.35 15.00 24.35 34.65 52.65 15.00 52.65 34.65 276.80 320.50 597.30 231.15 100.70 331.85 134.75 353.90 219.35 311.65 530.SO 473.80 608.55 473.80 311.65 785.45 Attendance for Season Moose 'Jaw Club To. Att'd. To. Atfd. G. P. A. P. G Children Winnipeg Edmonton Calgary Brandon Moose Jaw____ Lethbridge Medicine Hat Regina Saskatoon 6-727 1.319 1.502 9S5 ISO 243 460 504 62 50 45 44 44 43 43 20 S94 764 805 493 3S7 -34S .283 495 Lethbridffe Club Genera! Account April 13, to Assessment 2vo. 3 to Assessment No. 2 June 10, to Assessment No. 3 Aug. 13. to Asses sin enOvo. 4 Aug. 25, to Assessment. No. 5 To iTcIiu.1-.'.- Gate To 3-7JLeagne Dei'icit To Mileage.......... By Deposit To Nat. Froteci'n Com. fund Due League Secretary Dr. 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 22.38 5272.3S 150.00 396.17 5.97.75 400.00 197.75 25.00 Cr. By cash By cash 50.00 By cash. 50.00 1150.00 400-00 Genera! Account April 13, to Assessment No. 1 May 25. to'Assessment No. 2 June 10, to Assessment No. 3 Aug. 33. to Assessment No. 4 Aug. 25, to Assessment No. 5 To 1-7 League Deficit !A o Mileage By Deposit To Nat. Com. Proteci'n fund Bal. due Secretary League .4 Dr. 50-00 50.00 50.00 50-00 250-00 200.00 50.00 396.17 44.SS 491.05 400.00 91.05 25.00 S116.05 Cr. By cash By cash 50.00 By -cash 50.00 Bv cash 50.00 200.00 400.00 400.00 Winnipeg Club Calgary Club 52568.04 Disbursements Debit balance from 1909 Secretary's salary 300.00 Medicine Hut pennant 31.35 Medicine Hat Guarantee fund................. 299.50 Regina mileage fund 52.36. Regina account iund 3365.60 Transportation, umpires 735.75 Salaries umpires 203S.SO Supplies..................................... General expense, telegrams, pullmans, etc..... 317.28. Club Received Calgary......... 377.50 Edmonton 553.65 Med. 597.30 Lethbridge 331.85 Brandon 353.90 Regina 530.80 Moose Jaw...... 785.45 Winnipeg Share Rcpts. Cr. 537.15 537.35 537.15 517.35 517.35 537.15 537.35 139.65 185.40 363.25 Dr. 34.50 .80.15 13.65 93.40 268.35 Less Receipts 2568.04 Total Deficit........................ Holiday Receipts The amount taken in at each game; what each club is entitled to and the amount wnich 'goes to the league holiday fund: Club Date Rec. 50% 10% Bal Calgary, May 24 80 Calgary, July 1 223.35 31.3.50 11.20 300.70 377.50 Edmonton, May 24 573.75 256.85 25.75 231.15 Edmonton, July 1 732.25 056.10 35.60 320.50 551 Co Mileage The total mileage of all ihe clubs is taken and devlded equally at the er.d of the season so as to occa- sion no, unfair advantage. For instance, Lethbridge owes the league fund for travelling a lesser num- ber of _miles, while Edmonton will collect from the league ?S5.li, having travelled a major poriion. Edmonton Calgary Brandon Medicine Miles 5665 5673 5671 5351 Miles 5165 5137 B033 Moose Jaw Regina Lethbridge Winnipeg 5006 No. of. miles Average number of miles for each -player 53.37. Each club avftrage based on-13 players. Cr. ?85.3.3 87.39 S6.67 3.47 Dr. 52. IG 79.20 86.22 General Account April 33, to Assessment No. 1 May to Assessment No 2 June 30, to Assessment No. 3 Aug. 33, to Assessment No. 4 Aug. 25. to Assessment No. 5 To 10% Holiday Gate To 3-7 of League Deficit----- By Mileage-----............ By Deposit To Nat. Com. Protcct'a fund Bal. due League Secretary Dr. 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 63.50 333.51 396.17 Cr. By 'cash 50.00 By cash 50.00 By cash 50-Ob By cash 50.00 61.50 General Account April 33, to Assessment No. 1 May 25, to Assessment No. 2 June 30. to Assessment No. 3 Aug. 33. to Assessment No. 4 Aug. 25. to Assessment No. To 30% Holiday Gate To 1-7 League Dericit To Mileage Dr. 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 374.55 Cr. By cash By cash 50.00 By cash 50.00 By cash 50.00 By cash 50.00 174.55 To Nat. Com. Protect'n fund Bal. due League Secretary 396.17 86.22 482.39 Edmonton Club General Account April 33. to Assessment No. 1 May 25, to Assessment No. 2 .Tune to Assessment No. 3 Aug., 33, to Assessment No. 4 Aug. to Assessment No. 5 To 309r Gate To. 1-7 By Mil By crti. Pro Loci'n fund Bal. duf i-eaguo Secretary Dr. 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 222.60 372.60 210.00 162.60 3D6.'37 55S.77 485.11 73.66 25.00 333.51 87.39 iOO.OO 487.19 396.37 91.02 25.00 S 66.02 Cr. By cash By cash To Tjmp. By cash 50.00 30.00 85.111 400.00! 485.11 Brandon Club Dr. 50.00 50.00 50.00 75.65 General Account April 33, to Assessment No. 1 May 25. to Assessment No. 2 June 10, to Assessment No. 3 Aug. 3.3. to Assessment No. 4 Aug. 25. to Assessment No. To '0% llGiktoS" Gale To 3-.- LS By Mileage By Depcti? Cr. By cagh By cash 50.00 To Ump. 10.00 To Nat. Com. Prorcci'n fund Bal due League Secretary 323.65 3.30.00 398.L" 634.S2 486.G7 328.35 25.00 310.00 86.67 400.00 4SS.67 Saskatoon Club General Account Aug. 13, to Assessment No. 4 Aug. 25, to Assessment No. 5 To 1-7 League Deficit By Mileage Cr. By cash 50.00 By cash 50.00 100.00 3.47 392.70 To Nat. Com. Protect'n fund 25.00 Bal. due League Secretary ;