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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6. TJFK DAILY HERALD Monday, November 20, .MM I. THE WATER OF QUALITY a' aoM wherever 5 men drink or, for home 5 UK, by all grocers, Speedy .it by name. 22 C.C. PA GNUELO SPIRIT CO. Lcthbridge. AIU LETH.BRIDQE BRANCH Of The Cigars, Tobaccos, Confectionery Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down Stairs Dominion Block, op- posite Court House OVER-SEAS CLUB A genera! meeting will be held in St. Augustin's Hull on Wednesday November 22nd at S pim., tV) make final arrangements securing permanent (itiarlwrs and to receive reports of the various sub-committees appointed last meeting. PINCHER CREEK TO ENTER THE PASS HOCKEY LEAGUE _________i With Coleman and Other Nearby League Activity in Hockey Juniors Busy senior team AMERICAN RUGBY Chicago 5: Cornell 0. Michigan 11: Pennsylvania 9. Illinois !.'7; Xorthwefrtern 13. I'urdra U: 0. Oberlin 0: Ohio State 0. East Yale 3; Princeton G. Harvard Dartmouth 3. Army 12; Colgate fi. Brown C; Vermont 0. Sj-racuse IS: Carlisle. 11. Navy 0: Pennsylvania State 0. 1'lnclwr was anticipated by .'onespoiulent weeks :iso. n only required I moons coufiuwl to th. 'vcok. Tlw Junior ,ov- ,luh, durfng the -past; b, thv! ,o LcomJ ihe mt, again for the coming The site usod some years for [The junior rlub of this placo skating rink, imtntdiutely in tho 'all comers lasi year, and it says some-1 of the A-.brrta Hmel. will again i thing for their manager thai Ibe club j he used this season for the same pur- bad a surplus in the bank from last >ose and will be under the mauage- season, ncnt of -Ilodson mid Allison, who have Bright Prospects already got the premises in shape for All in all. tire hockey oirtlook in business. The rink managers have town is' exceedingly bright, as the [also got a concession from the town'seniors ImVe already sot'-together a j council to the effect that they be j strong aggregation, granted electric lighting at the rate! Masquerade Ball SU- per mouth for the season on j The annual mastnreradu ball will he T .the proviso that children the hockey club on 1 [Under 15 years of age be allowed free December 1st. This is invariably the' skating on Saturday afternoons for first of the season held in Pin- three hours. cher Creek. Hockey Club Local Curling Skips to Talk Over Season's Plans Tonight The leading HsJilK in tho roflrln' gamp here will eongreynte at the curling rink tonight when SKii-s Duncan Duff, S. .1. Shepherd, Hugh 11. stacey, K. T. .Macleod, K., D. .Johnston It. U. Miic.cod, J. Alrd. C. K. iNonrsiN Kobt. Scott. M. Freeman, John Bniue not together nt o'clock ami open a keg1 of nails. Concrete plans will ho tormnliiteit to inalio this city distiiiRUished as never before on tho curling map, ami if the initial enthusiasm which has been displayed for the is a safe mierioii thorc- iy excellent promise of Lethliridge ward from in viic wominont events I hat are hilled to lakj place in ra ('itnncia. this winter. Tho membership roll will reach over a hundred shortly, thure being ome forty now names added ihis'yenr.. Local competition will he fos- ered ihis winter. Several good prizes have been volunteered for com- ictitiou already. CALGARY TIGERS RUGBY CHAMPIONS OF THE WEST ARGOS BEAT ALERTS At a meeting called for thte pur- pose last week, the Pincher Creek hockey club was reorganized. Th-ere was a Eood aTtemlanre and much en- j thnstasm was manifested1 by all in i laf'tendaoice. R. H. Ormond was elect- Toronto. Nov. 20.-The Argos. E- C" Tlloker Four champions, defeated the Hamil- at ton Alerts by the score of 9 to 2, and Placed themselves one step nearer to "f the Canadian rusbv ehampioaship. jwtfre: Dr- 31.P., John Her- irhich will be decided Saturday by ron J- Kemmis JI.P.P.. W. the game wiih Toronto University. u F- Cr05S- jV- c- Kenmiis The lie-Id was in a very had condition etected D. JI. Ormond partly wife i and E. 0. Tucker secre- end a heavy wind was blowing. jta.ry Executive commHwe, i Or. J. H. Draper and H. C. A. A. U. OF C. ANNUAL MSETISG The annual meetinE: of the Athletic Union of Canada b-fi-i: in the King Edward on Saturday afternoon, XOT. jr. three o'clock. CHAMPIONS OF WEST CAN'T QUALIFY i'i'Odio, Xor. rcforcuce to thy Calgary Tigers' demand for a chance to meet the winners of ilie Argonaut-Vui'siCy m-xt Saturday, J. Sice, of ihe ion, suites that to he an cligi'itle IS SUPREME New Haven, Conn., Nov. Yale went down to defeat before a Princeton eleven ihis afternoon at the Yale field for the first time in eight years, and of ooste and muddy wateis rose the orange. and black warriors to set up claim- to .the football supremacy of the east. They bad won from Yale G to .1. This was as decisive'In fig- ures as the score over Harvard, which was S to It was a great victory for the men of Princeton, who came here strong. The game, played partly in brilliant sunshine, which dispelled memories of the morn- ing's rain, and Closed under gray skies, was one of the most remark- able of recent years. Crack Winnipeg Team is Defeated by Alberta Title Holders Calgary, Nov. upon the iiual period with the score stand- ing .six to three in iavor of their op- ponents, the champion Tigers gave an consistlns Davies, Seiden- uxliibilion of the must brilliant toot- hecher, G. Moore, Evans and J. Moore, INDIANS MADE ARCADE BITE DUST A mighty clash on tho local alleys look place Saturday evening. The famous Indian swcepstakers, consist- ing of the two Moores nud Swiden- beeliCT locked .horns- with Percival, I'oternoh' and Giles, representing the Arcade. The Arcade troup was In two hot and exciting con tests, the first on the Arcade alleys and the scconil on the Dominion illeys; throe; games to each match tile first the Indians won out by pins, and in the second repeated with 133 pins to the good, or a total "or the six games of 2S'I pins. The figures give the de- alls of the games: Indians 1. Moore 192 15-1 192 15fi 155 20-1 ieldonbochcr 171) 13S ITS 113 165 ISi; Moore Total JerciviU 'eterson lies .Total There Is 178 17S 175 207 151 549 470 545 47G D2i Arcade HO 1G7 172 llfi 141! 167 185 17S 157-172 128 15U 165 110'141 -105 511 493 43S 425 50-1 a good match scheduled or tonight Dominion allevs hen the full Indian team of five l every played in Western Canada, will endeavor to Sake the, scalps of ind before the final whistle blew not the following five of the best bowlen inly overcame the lead hut forged j in the city: Sinclair, Scarle, Shover, them) Ciorc than doubling the score, Peterson and Pei'cival. These two Jitr. Pass League ;Kner2l took place at to chainplonstiip taiSW. Coleman, ies club. mllst cnter at tllc lllmllal i The business be the cf Co.Tlej-. lilairmore' wnaf of the O. H. of U. The Al-' officers, recsivlnj repons from ;hs Piacter CTSrk. This more was) ucrl.a orisanizcd until- delegates from all over the Dominion. adrisabie from a point 'i'nc, anntml meeting of swarding next year's jeconomT, or to ssve the rather and making arrangements for tie expenses of trarelling easj _to hoctey Oiympic games. j matches. HOCKEY MEETING AT Y. A, TONIGHT hockey. and won the gann; aad the champion- ship of Western Canada with the score of 13 to 6. Twenty-live hundred spectators, rho came half doubting the TigutV bility, were thrilled to see the local rugby men play a game which would equal any of the famous contests .the Big Four of Easteni Canada. The had opposed to them what was undoubtedly the best team, ox- themselves, in the west, and l 0. R. of U. was held last January. Tliat ileeirlL-s any possibility of gacy getting any game thiy season. PLAY is Ji (igarette Doa't overlook the meeting at Y. M. C. A. this eveuing at eight o'clock sharp. i Everyone interested in the Cor- team wllich IJllt a mation of a league this winter Snmc which u'ouhl compare favorably shoiild be on liand. Anybody with tlm brand of fool-ball that they weloqnve. displayed. had opposed to them a team which bad won the champion- ship of Manitoba and Saskatchewan, a team which had the advantage of good coach and training, a team which was thought to be-invincible. VISITORS OUTPLAYED But the Tigers outplayed their op- ponents at every stage of the game, and but; for two cosUv fiim-Mcs would have-held the men fronz the Prairie metropolis scoreless. One of' these mnfis resulted in nn easy" rouge and the other in a touchdown. The Tigers won the game on their merits. True, five of their points'canvo as a result of. a fumble on; the part of the Kowing; but the fumble was the result of the.'superior- .line charging of the. Tigers who hnclcca through the .scrimmage, and .piled .the three center'men upon tho (juarter- baclf., causing him to thV hall which Costello immediately iell upon, scoring a touchdown. teams are pretty strong and evenly matched, and should create some ex- citement. SENIOR CHAMPIONS OF RUGBY UNIONS OF EASTERN CANADA Interprovincial of Toronto. University. of Toronto., University. _ of Toronto. University. College: ot Toronto. of Toronto. 'of Toronto. of Toronto, Ontario Union Tigers. Tigers. Tigers. Tigers. A. A. C. Canoe Club. 191 A. A. C. Alerts. 1007-7-Montl'cal. 3 90S--'Hamilton Tigers. Rough Riders. Tigers. iOH-yToroirtq1 Argonauts. Calgary Provincial Hockey Team is Seady for the Fray Last Year's Winners of the Caljary City 'League Hold Meeting and Elect Officers 'Binary, .Nov. Cnlgary lockey teiiifi, t-onm which won ho championship of tho Cnteny City (indie hisl yoiir, but who through a 'iiling of tho executive worn not al- owoil to play off for tho will be In tlio samw his your as bis as life, intent upon 'inning the provincial championship ly 1'air means, ami eventually 'inning the championship of the" Do- iluloii and tlie Allan Onp, which goes 'Hli that honor. At a mooting hold 3atunhiy were elected for 10 season, and plans for the sea- on's work discussed. I'Ved Gruvelle, who managed team last year, will again pilot tho destinKis pf the organisation. Last year Mr. Gravelle did not take tho reins of office until the middle of the season, but'thls year he will have J tho advantage a! Inking hold of the team right from tho start, and can nialto his plans accordingly. .His Team for the Season Manager Gravelle already has his team pretty well in shape for the sea- son, hut regards it as a little early to announce anything of the probabta line-up. All that lie would aay when questioned on this point was that K had all of the old boys of list I rear, and he did not think that there would he very many changes this year I is last year's aggregation the I strongest bunch of hockey players ll hat have ever nlayod upon earn in Alberta. Tlrt> Calgary team will sond Jlr. Jl ravelle as then- delegate to the pro- league meeting, which win In ill probability he held in Calgiry some time this Favors Playing Indoors Mr. Gravelle is known to favor I strong provincial league, but bellerei that the league should play on- ty on enclosed rinks. farora a j" three division teagne, with teams in each division. For tbe gary division, the three Calgary f St. Mary's and Y. i M. C. form a good nc- j tion :in..the. south, 'Medicine Hat, jl] Lethbridge and Taber, could work to- J Sftlier. north, two mpntoh teariis', and a team 'from La-> i combe could'form a section. Favors Short Schvdulr '.''The1 Oalgarjviaam at the league I meeting, -will favor a short schedule, which will close in time to assure the playing off of the Provincial in tfme for the winner challenge for the Allan cup. The Calgivry has already ed. to break records this season, their first.one being in the length of honor- ary officials, as the following officers elected at the Saturday meeting; will show: Honorary' patrom: His Wornhlp Mayor Mitchell, R. B. Bennett, M.P., T. Jr. Tweedle, H. S. McCarthy, B. i H. Teller, Win. Ferguson, A, E. CTOIB, 'f C. Nancarow, ;Wm. Stokes, B. M. Saunders, J. L. Gibson, Tommy Burna. Hon; president. Dr. Quirk; hoqor- ary vice-president, Dr. Hieka; presl- 1 fient, Fred Lowes; Nonnau Weir; secrotary-trwwurer and manager, Fred Gravelle. Executive committee, Fred Lowes. Fred Gravelle, Jim Sewoll and Bert 1'homas. Till! Winnipeg team hud the icad'in tlio score _ upon two difierent 'Occa- sions. They had UuTlcad. for a tow minutes in the'first period, being the first to score a point.- Bill- before tile period ended the Tigers had equal- ized. Just bcl'ore' the period closed JJubbic kicked one to the dead .'ball Hue and placed his learn in the lead. In the .second quarter, despite tin; of tilt- wind ihe Tigers in- I created their lead by one point, Sqnil) lluss doing ihtv trick a kick j to lliu dead ball line. The third quarter was the second and last time that tin: Winnipeg team had tin; advantage. Crossin recovered I tho ball on I''iUgibbons' poor pass to Dobbie and one of the first down cir- cled the wing for a ten yard run across the goal line. The remainder of this period was a trying tine for the Tiger supporters! but Doc Gibson enure to the rescue when kicking was fruitless and Savi the day.' CIAMIO WON" IN' LAST QUARTER In the lln.il period a safety touch brought the Tiger score up to within a point of the Rowing club Work's drop kick to the dead toll line tied Urn score and Dohbie's heroic punt 'i the middle of the field placed Ihe Tigers in the lead for keeps. Then Costello got a touchdown as (he re- sult of Hull Hilchie's slur wnrV and Dohhie brought the score up to a hoodoo figure, by another kick to ihe dead ball line. fa ;