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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVKMHKH 1010 THE LETHBRIDCR DAILY HEIULP PAGE THRER HERALD SPORT SECTION .YALE FOOTBALL COHEN HERE FOR ROSS GO LOOKS LIKE REAL FIGHTER i .t. FANS EXPECT TEN ROUNDS Old .Eli Boosters I'crked Up Over jictter Showing For Next Saturday ombimtt m dvmiapMi-01 tut HARVARD SUBS LOSE TO BROWN'S NEGRO Princeton, Nov. IS.-l'layiug erratic but alert football. Vale triumphed me. Princeton in tile iinnuitl same Here today Id The result in the eon- test "which attracted iiiu largest gath- ering of spectators that ever thi-oiis- ed into I'alracr stadium, was a hitlei disappointment to Tiger adherents. Krrors of play and Hie jjeueralithip by ornnae und black team virtuallj presented opportunities for Mi scor- ing, and the New Hi was quid! to take openings, with the rcsi.lt that Uu. won her third straight victory irom the orange black. Princeton showed the uu-e delcn- sive strength which has marked her play against elevens all fall. hjit little or no effective offensive. Vale, with a more erratic, but better balanced combination, displayed a fair attack scoring appeared possible, and with a field goal and touchdown routed the Tigers. 45.000 See Game .More than 45.00H spectators filled every seat and available foot of stand- ing "room in the huge concrete liorse- sli'ov: and the Yale cohorts .went wild with jov when the Kli team led by Captain' Black, emerged victorious from a contest in which i! was thought Yale had but an outside chance of winning. Brown Beats Harvard Subs Cambridge, Mass., Nov. IS. The Brown football team furnished a sub. stantial setting today for a gridiron star Fred Pollard, its negro halt-bacK, whose brilliant attack counted most of the points by which Drown lie- Icaicd Harvard. Ill-own, undefeated through the season, prevented-a Crim- son score and maintained record of having held its goal line clear in every Although Pollard was tlio special object of- Harvard's of- leuse, wliich at times was so forcclill as to draw official warnings, and in one Instance, a penalty for unneces- sary roughness, he was effective in 'every department of play. He rush- ed from close formations, ran wide, or. dodged iiis way through broken fields for rains of from -I to 10 yards He received forward Masse Well. Ike Cohen's here, lie brcex.- (I ill from south of the Invisible Hue n Saturday afternoon with his man- ager Mr. Harris, got into Iiis worl: out dmls and showed a couple of hundred fans at I he Alberta Gym on Saturday night a part of what he lias. And the fans are satisfied that they will gel greatest run money nicht and showed up better than the fans have ever seen him. lie is shifts and quick as a flash. Hoss has belli working bard for ho realizes that to lieu is going I.) give him the battle of his sweet young life. Cohen was seer, in one ol his worli- juts with "Illackie" llilrbell. of who lias Weeks May Come Asks For Terms The suspense has been awful, for a fact, but cheer up! There is more than an even chance that Billy Weeks will display his wares in Lethbridge before the end of the year in a mill with Young Ross. The Lcthbridge Sports and Amusement Club had a lengthy epistle from Biddy Bis- hop, Weeks'" manager on Saturday stating that the wanderers ex- pected to start for the coast about December 1st, and what guaran- tee would the club give for a bout here on the way back? After much parleying, it begins to look as if Weeks were beginning to long for the spc'-'iB1" "3ain and he wouldn't mind tangling in Lethnridgc. The club is putting up a nifty reply, and Weeks and Bishop will have to be rolling in wealth if they can afford to turn it down. Messrs T M. Tweedio. M. P. P.. of Ca'lKi-ry and W. A. Buchanan. M. P., of Lct'libridge. held meetings in Hie llavmomJ district oil behalf of the pa- rt ic fund yesterday. They spoke at AVelliug in the morning, at Stir- ling in the afternoon and at Raymond al ni'ilil. All the meetings were well attended in suite of the bad weather, and great interest was displayed. r sub to raise double that present campaign. neck of tile woods. Cohen appears to liv, vaiice notices, lie is customer in the ring. 1 can kick like a mule with hii The fcniure of bis righting is his crouch and bis covering. Hoss is go- ing up against a casl-irou defense oil Wednesday night. The dreat Kails'scrapper is in great shape too. He weighed IBti .pounds at UK "V" gym on Saturday, and experts rviug Iii2 pounds or thereabouts. Ituss also worked out on Saturday working for iriil in this some- time on a threshing gang at Ut uavmoml. Mitchell is a M'-Loum no to Ills ad- bov who has taken part m about It (I OUR" battles it, his day. Mitchell's middle g, ssing a! name is speed and he up hke i _ ho rfial fighter against tuc urcai taiio IfTmmch' and 'phenom. Milchell has worked out Iwllh Billy Weeks- in preparation for many of" his battles, and thinks a Weeks-Hoss so would be the sweetest affair ever staged round these dig- fans arc all primed for Wed- nesday night. There isn't any doubt tint tiie boys are evenly matched, ami it will be only a fluke that will stop the bout inside the ten round limit. the fans will be there to see. Official N. L. Averages At llayniond in the evening l.lilil was made al. the meeting I scriptimis. ami although many 1 of families were absent owing t weather, it total of Slllim was sub- scribed ut illg inoctiiiK. which is more than the total amount given by Itayimmil last. year. The citizens hope II. Harman li. .V. Hell I-'. .1. Dixon A. It. De.Miltlbey. P. 11. 512: Jean A. Palersou ?12; Patrick S12; K. IJvcnnore S2; W. S. Shover It. Wright It. Dixon J3B; Kroil Hose SCO; L. Teeple Miss W. Kclley Sli; Lethbridge Chocolate Candy. Co. Hoy Klectric. fo. W. llul- hm-ton II. A. McKillop SGO; II. F McDonald W, .1. W. Mullin S12: ,lno. btoi.housc 524; It. JlauKay K Darncs W. 1'. Illlcy K. Carlson T. II. Ken- Kirgar .Miss B. W. Miss M. A. Washbrook i 512; mcph Iliglilield td; Harry Simpson Co. Lid SlSd; Miss 1.. Scotl K. S. Dunham X NEW GOVERNOR IS PRESIDENT Ottawa, Nov. Kicol- leilcy Ilitl of Devonshire "accepted tbe prcsidelle.y of the Canadian Patriotic Fund. lie wrote recently to Kir Her- bert Allies. M.I'., honorary sec- retary of the fund, notifying him of bis acceptance. Hilling Biss amount in the .S- C. and staff fuel Kardie Scott Fruit l.'o. staff (j- PluukeM fc Savage Co.'s staff M. Goodman 536; II. Fi'insleiu .M. Sadowski J. A. Toombs Miss Nellie .loiilision ?5: David Walter Hoss ler W. X. Kllth S2; Cily Irks It. Daniel ?10 Davis 512- The official batting figures give the tallowing as the first Hoelke, Walter. X. V........ Chnse. Hal, Cincinnati .McCnrty. L., Bk. N.V. 35 Hujigins, Miller, Ht. Louis Danhert. .fakft. Brooklyn Hinchman, Pittsburg Hornsby, Koger, St. Louis Wheat.' Stacli, Brooklyn Kobcrtson. Davis. Now' York Long, Thomas, St. Louis The important basketball game of tin; "Y" league will lie played tomor- row night, when the G. X. and "Y" teams clash. These are tied now for toil place and tiie winner is practical-j issured of gaining the shield. Inj tulditioil to this exciting game tomor-: row night, there will be a. game be-' Iweeu two girls' teams, lo start at sharp. The iiuiiu giime will lie played after this is over CANADIAN RACING FORECAST .Montreal, Nov. local sport- ing writer in a forei-ust of the horsvliat his woulil do. They .-.yc 112 aamh- the power and generate League With Eight Teams To Play in Two Rounds Up to February 23rd not only those of his own lenm, but. which he inter- With eight teams entered in the it virus league carpetball promises to have rleu, 5 the "est season it has ever bad here. The schedule has been drawn up m also Harvard passes cepted. Defensivel tackier. The sceue as two rounds, the first _ending Jan .Mili- Tho Harvard team as if faced Brown today was largely one of secondary sirciiath, regulars being saved for the game with -jest Saturday. Nebraska Kansas 7. Northwester'.! SS, Purdue G. Pennsylvania Id. Michigan 7. U. of Chicago 20. U. ot Illinois 7. Navy Villa Nova 7. Army 17, Springfield 2. Monlami 20, Idaho Jloniinsside 0. South Ualtota U. Indiana 14, Florida 3. Iowa 111, Allies Kcuyon 27, Cincinnati 0. Mamiictte 1-1. Heloit 0. St. Victors ]2. Eureka 0. Crcighton 0. Highland Park 0. Eviiostou 7, Culver tarv Academy 0. -Miami Western Reserve Warrensburg Normal 21, St.'l-ouis University 0. Tufts l.lowdoiu 0. Wosleyan 40, Columbia li. Gettysburg 17. Biickncll n. Allegbany 7, llochcsler 0. Union 2S, Hamilton'0. Pittsburg 14, Carnegie Tech. li. Fonlham Holy Cross_ (I. Lehigh 27. P.. and M. Now Hampshire 12. Rhoilo Island 0. Stevens llensselaor 0. Georgetown til, North Carolina Ag- gies' ti. Washington and Jefferson 10, Wash- ington ami l.ee (i. L Georgia Tech. 21', Georgia 0 and the second Nov. 17th serie P on Feb. 23rd. The has already been ETC MEET- EVAN Following is tlio complete schedule; Nov Rait Gardens vs. C. O. F.; 0 F Unity vs. Elks; Elks vs. i Galls! A. O. F. Unity vs. C. O. F Nov O. B. vs. Moose; Iv. O. P." vs. A. O.F. Star; Moose vs. A. 0. A. o. r. "unity" vs. K. o. P.; Galls vs. K. O. K.; K. O. P. vs.' Gaits; S. 0-, K. vs. A. 0. F. Unity. UCC g_Blks vs. Moose; A. 0. K Star vs: C..O. F.; Moose vs. C. O. F.; raks vs. A. O. F. Star. DeL. vs. A. 0. F. bnny. S 0 13 vs A. O. F. Star: WOOSe vs. Calls; A. 0. F. Unity vs. A. O. F. StDec. 2'J-K. 0. P. vs. Blks; S. 0'. E. vs. C. O. F.; Elks vs. S. O. E.; K. 0. P vs. C. 0. F Jan. A. O. F. Unity vs. Moose; C. O. F. vs. Elks, Moose vs. K. 0. P.: Gaits vs. A. O. F. Star. First end round. Jan. C. 0. F. vs. Gaits; Llks vs. an. A. O. F. Unity; Gaits vs. Elks; A. O. The Lethbridge Sports Club this morning received word from Andy Russell that he would come to Lethbridge on Wednesday night to meet Kid Evans in a four- round semi-wind-up to the Ross- Cohen affair. Andy is a hustling little welterweight who has an- nexed the championship of the province, and it is very likely that if the two boys show up well they will be staged over the ten round route at a later date. Kid Evans is well known to the local fans and the go should provide quite an attraction in itself. The bill will also include a three round preliminary between Fraser and Jimmy Lush, so there will be plenty of action. The season probably will assiug of the, syndicate betting ring. 11 but three of the 15 tracks having 3 pari-Mutueis already, or dcfinite- in line for next year. It is possible at these three tracks will also in- tall machines before ilie season pens. The same writer says the Ontario overnment reaped a rich harvest rom racing during the pas' season, oliecting a daily tax of S1250. On lie same basis of taxation Ontario's reasury will be richer by vlth 112 days of racing in the prov- Swoiild supply the po.......... _ lhe he electricity but would ask th TREMBL'AY WINS Montreal. Nov.' Trern ulay. lightweight champion wrestler of America, met and defeated Young 3eel of Cleveland, western state champion, at a Canadian Athlel fixture here tonight. Trerublay, eight pounds heavier than his opponent, won the first fall in 31 minutes, with .1 scissor and bar arm hold, and the second with a; cross body bold in 21 minutes. The match was, catch-as- catch-can. nunicipallty to wire Hie streets, in- stall the lights and collect, the rents. Mr Green "would only favor a meter vslcm and would ask a franchise for my time up to ten years but no less .ban five. Melvin Godfrey also made iiu offer to supply lights to .11 limited area within the town, and would supply lil'hts at a Hat rate not to exceed inn. He would install a direct lighting sys- tem and have the business district supplied iu thirty days. committee consisting of Aldermen Bounion Tanner and Grffb, represent- ing the council, and R. W. Dradshaw and Jcterson the citizens, were elected lo carry out the proposed scheme. The question of the town raising, otre. "i -.the money to do lhe poling and champion, at a Canadian Athletic Was broached, and it was pointful ySaS EXCURSIONS TO THE OLD COUNTRY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS IN CONNECTION WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL STEAMSHIP LINES. Tickets on Sulc, Xov. 13tii; Dec. 31st, 1916. Einafjleuirii Limit, Five Months Ffom Date. of Issue. For Full information Apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. R. DAWSON, f3istrict Passenger Calgary. easily float bonds JOY IN WASHINGTON Washington, Nov. IS. President Wilson's opposition to the old custom of holding an inaugural ball has been overcome, it is stated hero on good authority, by Mrs. Wilson. She en- joys functions of that kind, and there "is joy in Washington at the news. Four years ago President Wilson started his career of precedent break- ing by calling off the Inaugural ball, jtep which wai at all. not appreciated here could very! sufficient to cover I mic fi-oiu the sys-i tern Tafeguardiug against any direct taxation of the ratepayers. A munici- pally owned plant, at least partly so, was" the most desirable it was The committee will solicit the town and ascertain the number of lights that will be contracted for. and re- port at the next regular meeting. THREE ARE MENTIONED Otlawa. Nov. those mentioned for tbe successor of the late U.-Gov. JlcKc.ui, of Nova Scotia, are George S. Campbell and McC. Grant, of Halifax, and Senator Mc- Lennan, of Sydney. ew ove, thousand additional seats are being (ieorgia lecn. 11, v Uranus 36, Penn Military college fi.iu- '_ TA AInns F. Unity vs. C. 0. F. Jan. Moose vs. S. 0. A. O. F Star vs K. O. P.: K. O. P. vs. S. O B.: A. 0. F Star vs Moose S. O. E- vs. Galls; O. P. vs. A. O. F. Unity; Gaits vs. K. O. P A 0 F. Unity vs. S.' 0. E. 'jn.li Jloose vs. Elks; C.O.F. vs., A. 6. F. Star; Kills, vs. A. O. F. Star: Moose vs. C. O. I' a_A. O. F. Unity Gaits; b vs. Oklahoma Aggies 7, 10. Swarthmore 2C, Dickinson 311. Haverford 14. John Hopkins 7. Muhlenburg 16. Catholic university 0. VandQJbilt 20. Auburn 9. A 0 F Star; Gaits 'vs vs. A. 0. F. Un- erected at the Yale bowl, which will bring the total seating capacity up to 70000 for the Yale-Harvard football game here on November 25. TJic nor- mal capacity of Hie amphitheatre nearly More than new- seals were erected two weeks ago. Only Two Eoch In view of the fact thai more lhan I 100 000 applications ftir seats have Ibccii received, the Yale ticket office Doslon college 49, Worcbeslcr Poly. vs.. C._0. K; JJ Aloosc; A. O. F. S 16-Elks vs. K. 0. P.: C. O .F. vs. S. O. E.; S. 0. B vs. Elks: K. O. Feli vs. A. O. F. Unity; Elks vs. C. 0. F.; K. 0. P. vs. .Moose; ccii recv, innounced tonight that in order to satisfy as many as possible, non-gra- luate's ot Yale will receive only two ticltets instead of four, as originally ilanned. Franklin College University of Louisville 12. Middlcbnry 6, University of Ver- mont 2. Harvard freshmen 21, Yale fresh- men ti. Kansas Aggies- 14, Oklahoma 13. Rlpou college Hi. Lawrence 0. Carroll college 26. 1-alce Forest 12. MORRIS BEAT LEVINSKY Kansas City, Nov. Carl .Morris, nf Samilpa. OWa. won over liattling Levinsky, of New York, at the end of their 16-ronml match here tonight The men are. heavyweights. Final. Consent ot league must be given lo switch a game. TO PURCHASE GREAT ENGLISH STALLION .Montreal. Nov. Hugh mown, managing director of the Western Racing Association, who op- ei-ale the track at Devonshire Park, Windsor, is negotiating for the pur- chase of the famous: English stallion DRIVES OUT COLDS NEW LIGHTWEIGHT BOXING CHAMPION ocdlli'.c. W'-'... The Pa- cific No'rtiiwest has a new lightweight boxing champion in the person of Lloyd Madden. The mantle fell from Harry Anderson at the Moose smoker of the few itoclc Saml Flotsam. This is one horses which defeated while he was racing. It. is the inten lion of Mr. Brown to place the horse ill the stud at the Devonshire .Park course for the benefit of the Canadian' owners who wish to ..breed to him. This stallion traces his breeding to various Derby winners, and should become a useful sire in this country. He will likely be .shipped to Mount Royal Park for a term.each season, so tha't the Montreal' owners can also in Dreataland last week, and alighted cross th an a e shoulders of a has taken part in less than a half dozen bottles since he turned from the ama- teur to the professional ranks. Anderson outboxed his opponent, but his jabs and pokes and swings lacked the sting that lay in both ot hands. Aggressor through- out Madden forced the lightweight champion to assume the defensive throughout the entire four rounds. A number of times Anderson hung on to avoid punishment. Harry Anderson is the boy who put Ronny MacDonahl away here last win ter In about 'aleen seconds. A. St. George Hawkins, Dominion Tnnnlgration Officer for Northern On tario, nml a prominent residen MAJESTIC-WED., The'SPORTING EVENT OF.THE SEASON 10 Round Boxing Championsiiip BETWEEN MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION OF CANADA IKE COHEN, Portland 4 Rounds, ANDY RUSSELL vs. KID EVANS ATTENTION! Auto Owners Vfr have purchased several.'hundred tires direct I'j-oni the manufacturers. To get ac- quainted we Avill'give you while they last: Casing. Beg. 115.00. Special.. Casing. Keg. 118.90. Special. Casing. Beg.'27J35. Special. Casing. Keg. Special. 36x4 Casing. Keg. Special. 37x5 Casing. Keg. Special. 34x4 Xon Skid7Keg. Special. Baalim Motor Go. HARRY-HOL'MAN, MANAGER CXLGARY Welterweight Champion of Alberta. of Weight 145 Ibs." PRELIMINARIES OKCHESTHA PRICES: HiiiQDlde, Main Floor Balcony 75c, BRIDGE, v Mammoth Unreserved AUCTION SALE FURNITURE. HOTEL EQUIP- MENT HOTEL BUILDING At the K. T. Building, 427 5th Street S. Lethbriflge, on TOMORROW, TUES., NOV. 21st AT 130 PROMPT UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. JACKSON AND CAMERON I WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING: One Hotel Building, situated at the Royal Collieries, five miles north ot Lethbridge. A 2-storcy frame in good condition. Thirty rooms, inn-chaser lo renune same. 1 One StVam Plant, capable of one 24 (t. Oak back bar with heavy plate rmrror FURNITURE: Parlor Furniture of all kinds; Dining room tablet Tml chairs- Bed ropm furniture for 22 room., carpets; Unoleums] picturs.' etc., etc., etc.; Large hotel range The contents of above hou e will be sold At above In LeU.bri.lge as well as the building which should be looked by intending purchasers as it is in good condition and cowiata of the best of material. ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. BUILDING AND EQUIPMENT wlU BE PUT UP AT 3.30 SHARK TERMS CASH: A JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER ;