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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAIXY HERALD Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Stain Dominion Block, op- poilt. Court House Tucsdiiy. November 21, Ift u. HOCKEY IN THE SOUTH IS VAGUE Who Will Compose Pro- vincial League is Uncer- tain and Mac- leod Doubtful of Teams in Line JEANNEm- AND FLYNN MAY CLASH IN 'FRISCO. TWENTY-FOUR SKIPS NAMED TO PILOT THE LOCAL RINKS Two Green Curlers in Each Rink is the System to be Adopted This Prizes Promised A committee was appointed to round I tip the prospective teams for tho city hockey league at last night's meeting ,cf the local puck chasers held at the I.Y. 31. C. A. .Me] Putnam. H. Header- and Geo. Reber iuclude the .trio that will visit tlm heads of the varied! of prospective sevens, u-li have been contampJatiDg entering th city league this winter, and will from them definite assurance of tisei plans. This committee will report the report the result pf their canvas the next meeting, a week from W ftMday at the T M. C. A. Sporting Goods and Y. M. C.A .team are the on'y fixtures for the league at prcaenr with the .Metal Company almost assured of entering team, the entrance of the latter team being vouched for by secretary Hen- derson. H. Henderson will represent Leth- bridge at the Provintiai meeting to be held in Calgary this will so instructed to the effect thatji _ Lethbridge. will be prepared to enter railway. team for provincial hockey com Tho LetlilirlUge curling club IB coin-i Special attention will be given to mencmg tho season with ihc risht Icleu spectators tills, season mid .ipartnients es above thc wllnK rmm w e will be no inonoplics of tho [ranged for their convenience In watch- "le gnmc- This 1'nHiiitf Life, in A Mini's Suit IB wlinl It means wlion yon koop your ulothlnj; olounoil at IlliB establishment, but it In doiiln to clothinir.billH. Evory null cleaned by m has the olocmico of 11 'freshly tailored suit. Spols, groaeo, ublno iind baggy wrinkles aro per- manently eradicated wben cleaned at Crown Cleaning Works Weiley Church Phone 474 h 'OT" t lit- tend to make the game more pon I tended by ships N. T. Mncleod, R. R. ular. Await Weathe There is n good'ice bottom on tiro rink, notwithstanding the soft weather, ts nre beinj made for ft between "Joe" Jfannrtte riynn. If tht match Is concluded the ntflu will takp plaep In San Pnin. Cisco n-ill be a tirentr round affair The bout will IM- one nf the bent battles between offered to thf light of the pountrj. Big Four Lacrosse Have Argument lu Toronto, .Vo. Big Four La- week, lie rosse Union met in Toronto this mom I effect thatjing ia the office oftlie Toronto Sireet, American League Fielding Averages ,.Macleod. Hugh Boyd, Jus. Aird.' Hush ]Scott. .M. Freeman, John Bruce aiid .secretary Hiijrh Drown, it was notwithstanding the soft weather en to nave two xrecn curlers on each [and If a cold snap comes ill the next rink, the skips and the third man days, good Ice can be easilv made ug necesarlly experienced men. Twen- and. the roarin1 Buns will bo riven .tv-four skips were mimed last night, itss 1311-13 start, which hv tho wav .ihe third men to bo announced later. j The skips n ro aa follows: S. J. Shcdbvrd, J. Peat. Oeo. Stace'y, X. T. Macleod, R. K. .Macleod K. D Johnston, .las. Aird, Robt. Scott, M. Freeman. John Bruce, N'. .M. Scott, W. Oliver, Dr. Campbell, Hugh Scott, O. W. Robinson. Hugh Brown, D. D. .Me- Nab, W. R. Seattle. J. Nelson J Rogers, G. C. McDonald. D. aiarr D A. Smith, A. JlcCorvic promises to put previous season's much In the shade. A. Wright and the Lethbridse fied their intentions of ench putting up something; -a little better than the usual HOCKEY GOSSIP OF. THE MOGULS Patrick Captures Another Star for Coast League Club It was announced yesterday by of the clubs in tho U. C. profession- al ice hockey league this winter, that Hugh Lehman, the crack goalkeeper NORTHWEST BOWLERS TO INVADE MEXICO TEN MILE CHAMPION. Will Make Big Effort to Land South ern Bowling Prize from thc Los Angeles Quintette The. meeting was held be-! hind closed doors. Querrle, however- informed the newspaper men that the delegates were at a deadlock because' is where the pinch is and until some petition under the sume conditions of last year. Situation From the information in circulation vul at the meeting, it would appear as if is wh-ero th the hockey situation is rather vaguo compromise In Southern Alberta. Last season'not decide on L-ethbndge, Pmchar Creek, Macleod lit was announced by one of the de- and Tuber formed the southern dlvi-'legates tiiat Lalondo has been given sion of the provincial league. PincherlWa release from contract to the Nut- Creek prefers to enter a league in the.Ionals and if Kennedy put a team fn west with Coleman and. other towns he would be found playing for them n that vicinity and they will probab- Kennedy is after the Shamrock ground ly do so. Spud .Murphy, speaking for Each club is to put up a bond of S10- i.Macleod upon a recent visit here, is..... given credit for. the statement that Zeider Leads First Basemen, Athletics and Chicago Players Right at the Top Chicago, ill., Nov. to be among pitchers of the Ameri- fort This can L-MSIIO want to "Chie-f" Bender, tho Spokane, Wash., Nov. W. Smith, of Spokane, president of the Western Bowling congress, and secretary 'of the Coeur d'Alene Fair and Racing association, i? contemplat- ing an invasion o'f the sporting pre- cincts of California and .Mexico next Fobruary, at the hcnd of a special trainload of TOO or more bowlers from th-o Pacific.northwest, in an ef- jouthern bow'lidjr prizes, whence inch is and until some i soutllenl "owlliis: nrlzea. whence made by him he will lhe club, according to winter by virtue of a 2.- :nterlng'a team at ail. 'he official averages of the 1S11 score the Angeles nuin- ;ed by one of the de- son Just itette' son just 'ollnson. announced- by' President The Philadelphia pitcher Pl.iyed in thirty-one games without an finishing with a percentage of hs native town was out of hockey for the season at least for divers reasons. Taber too. Is uncertain, facilit- ies being one drawback and the ab- sence of A. B. Cook, another sufficient factor. However, it is hard to believe that Taber will not be on the hockey .map this season after winning the Southern Championship last year. The r meeting was confident of heariag a favorable report in answer to secre- Henderson's communication tiiat t-wljl be directed to the powers that be f !n' hockey there. The secretary of local leflene wil lalso cominunl- jeate with other towns concerned for i news of their intentions. Modldne Hat out at the meeting that Hat sure to apply for to the Southern section of tile Pirn-tools! Laagne, along wIUi Loih- IMdpe. Wtth the Hat in tho Iaasue pjMtife of tho game ilrere will be jnntepjally haloed. Interest will be He of Chicago, accepted having 159 assists, and 27 000 for five years, and .the Nationals will not outer unless he gets pick of outs, ,he largest number of any all French players and St. Pierre must erican pitcher also be elected..president. m't Walsh finish- ed in ilia list with a of .939. Hubc "Calgary. Edmonlon and Hat, AHa. send down two or throe teams; Wallace, Idaho, will have teams, and we that aggregations to leave this city in Smith said today. "We -expect to join (he bowlers from Vancouver, Seattle, and Portland and w e )t It thorifht to a pitch that 't'oe hum Hat Jimt-fn. Nay THE DUKE SHOWS' HE j Pnhn nM I t-.ubc Oldrmg.'-or mnadeipnia is IS ON TO HIS JOB lender amoag -the outfielders, wit'l't a Toronto, Nov. Duke of percentage of as played 'n 119 and in his letter says that he will ploasnd lo present lhe Governor Gen-' ot Chicago .led tho short- Cup as his predecessors have stops with a Percentage of .usi. He done r.ud hopes to have tho plea- raail'! 29 'error's in acepiing "12 sun ot the members on the chances. Ice' Zeider on Top Stovail, of Cleveland, is the UMPIRES PAID 5100 A GAME Tho four umplrus who worked in tho -recant world's championship ball series between Philadolphis Athletics, winners In the American and th3 y Giants, vlotore in the National league, .Messrs proceed .down ;coast in a special train. cffib'Iazoned with banners ami rocking with noise. "A letter -'roin AI Jenkins, seer-.? tary of thn Western Bowling Con ;s, says that the date of -'.he tour has not been fixed, but it be about the .middle of February. They want to set.throufib by March 1. so as not -to conflict with the big eastern touTiicys. -Jenkins confidently expects that LETHBRfDGE BRANCH Of OVJ3K-SEAS CLUB A general meeting will held In St. Atlgtlstln's Hnll on Wednesday next, November 22nd at S pirn., to make final arrangements for lecurlnx permanent quarters and to receive reports of tho various sub-committees appointed Itat ceive one of the largest salaries.ever paid a goalkeeper in Canadian hucvoy., He managed thc Berlin club -last year j and was one of the foremost players in the international league a few >ears ago. Another player who lias: come to terms with the Vancouver j lagnate, Is Jimmy Gardner, leit wing! of the Montreal Wanderers. Hy. and Ernie Johnson will also come west I and play with one of thc coast leaguo it'anis. Johnson, according to east- era critics, is the greatest hockey player in the game. JOH'.S'SON STARTS THIS WEEK In addition to these men Patrick has forwa.rcled contracts to Several others. Ernie Johnson is expected t0 leave .Montreal this week for tiio toast, while Donald Smith, the crack Cornwall player, is now on his way j west. Lalondc wired bcpn for the past three or four ywrs, Inability of the three forwards to ply thc necessary action is given as tlie reason and well lor lhe .V.H.A. stars to give the scheme a trial in private before they spring a six-man team before thc public, ii they are ns careful of thc welfare of the sport as they arc supposed to be. Calgary Ilorald, Thinks Varsity Will Defeat Argos for High Honors i days ago that he would jcouvcr this season. CLUBS IN, LEAGUE A. E. Quaylc, editor of the Ctr- maiigay Sun, in speaking to tho Hfer. aid pastime artist this morning spake ,j thnsly "Caru.arigsy will havo 'lull: team next that .will Los Angel-as will break all records for I The performance of Lo..._ Scott, the sensutioua! amateur long dls- tance stnr of the South Paterson A.C., who recently u-on the ten-mile national championship title, has led to hi, tion to compete ag.i.nst the foreigner, in the Olympiad at Stockholm, Sweden i next vear. The which was held at leader among the first basemen. B. C. entry lists, as well as prize .though Zeider, or. Chicago .-tops I list. Stovall's percentage is US garner he made putoilts, u 'assists, and 17 errors. "MATTY" IS WORTH I JlcConnell, of Chicago, leads the list HALF A MILLION I of second batsmen, but Collins, o: of the National league, received and all ,tholr eictmnen. workod for J100 a game. Kach Connolly and Dlnoon of the Ai.-vjrican i m -r u- rfatf, and and T a' -urotabJ'' is _ i leader. HE he hantU'd 657 chances and only 1M errors. Sullivan, of Chicago, tops th..... wKU a percentage of j Th'3 veteran played in 80 games, insdo .117 putoilts. and 114 assists, Il'vlng only R errors. Thomas, of Philadelphia, although sixth In the lisvs is Sullivan's noarest rival. Ho played 103 gnmes, had 49B putouts, 150 aanlEtEi nn.-l 17 errors. Although Tumor, o-' Cleveland .loads the third basemen, Baker, of Philadelphia, fin- ished wltil a hotter record. Baker look part in MR ftr.mes, whereas Tumor only played In 02. The worM's champions. o phia, lad in teum fielding, with a per i carnage of .948. line] second with .IiCO. Chicago were PERSONNEL OF TWO LACROSSE LEAGUES Big Four ind N. L. Will Have No Toronto Team Toronto, Ont., Nov. will be two professional lacrosse Icagguea In the otst next Big Four end tho u u. The Bit Four com- rlsBB, Torontoi, Notion-, ill and Gto. club, of Mont- i which team will bo knovn lw Irlih will tho rifht to wouro any Montrxil which means that ne biro tho'pink of the Montrenl and Slmrarock Tho their right to ntid Kennedy IH after him i munnBir for the now club. N. lj, U, will concln of Montreal, Blum- ronki, Cornwall and Capitals, with no representation from Toronto, lor it U n c-ertnlnty that will bu no Mltmn) pluylDt it The John J. HcGraw, boss, is poor Christy llaihev.-son. oinployee is well-to-do. Friends of the Riant manager nay be isn't worth J5000. Mathewson IB said to bo worth McGraw s :i typical N-ew Yorker. Broadway restaurants and thoatres. Running races Interest him and ho '-ays them. Any betting proposition strikes McGraw. Mathewson is careful. He la a plnin liver. He lives in a a year lat within ten minutes' walk of -the 'olo grounds, and it's not a preten- lous .flat at alt. Mathewson's ambition, when he Is hrough witli baseball, is to travel, rid then to Invest his money in sohre business in which he will have an ac- tive part. Ho doesn't want to mnnag-a a baseball team or be connected with baseball. SfcGraw's only thought of the fut- ure fa a winning team. cotopetlters, 20 1-Ss. make the host aggregation In nect-o'-thc-woods go some to beat. Ihere will he two Vancouver teams Carmaiigav is getting material now' and one from Victoria in the now I for their next year's team and it Coast league and every team, will -bo is a in tho south the I composed UF stars from the cast.; saran as last season Carmamray will year it: is hoped to have Cal- j be there with bells on to cop th. .garyand hdmonlon Inline. The 1 honors.. Train connections are Just I coast cluhs will adhere to the old to the doctor's orders train leav line-up of seven men to-the team, here In the mornlns and return- the N.II.A. has decided tore- Ing In the evening." Picks Varsity Mr, Quayle has'sprat oonsttroitils time in Toronto, and speaking 'of tho two rugby championships which have been hrouglit home this season by Varsity and the he picks Varsity to win in the clash, which will take place between the two teams for supremacy, iho number of players to RINKS READY BY DEC. I j '.Great progress is being made in i the construction of the Vancouver and I Victoria rinks and. they will probably he ready by December 1. While professional teams will have was ruu SKainst nineteen Scott's time was the amateur gan.e'promises to boom and a strong Icagiii.-, compris- ing Icams in Vancouver and Victoria will he organized. NO CHALLENGE FOR CUP H now looks as it thc six-man rule do away CHAMPION BASEBALL. BUG Milwaukee Fan Is Acclaimed World's Title Holder !a Smith, the Perfect Bowler Bnrtalo, N. y, Nov." tint with Stanley cup perfect SCOTS of tho seaaon Tolled on it now stands, according to the This world's championship baseball! Jmlrnal- of nug hulls from Milwaukee. Ho came tilc -N" IT A- taking up thc into Chicago says the Tribune ,with nevv ami is learneil that none gvlp full. Of samples of his n-'area, j wl" cn'crtain a thought of playing which have been collected sinew the' s'x men if they come after the if of ISS4, and befora he be-, famous silverware. '-Wcldy" Young, ncuro-Hc, he hopes to sell out' who is interested in thn Tcmiska- nll of his time to his Job onjming league, says that they will play comes J railroad. Seventeen years of "dop Secretary Farrell has dacidoii that Cntcher Baker, of Helena, belongs to Spokane. Toledo drafted him, ior purchaco. Jearly In ths season, but was sent to Helena Hr Quenchei the thirst in wholesome wiy and does the and kidneys good. OA6I it not ne but prtMrrtt or, although be began as a vest poc- ket authority on baseonll areuinjn-ts, Ms hobhy jrew year after year, urtll "ow has forty-two volumes of stuff nd it tEtkes him three hours a day i kf-cp abreast of ibe tlnieH. This -fan has thc records of Itferent ballplayers in bis books, nrd an anpwer anything that has Imp- onecl in baseball for the last seven- teen years. fan's name Is ,T. J. Lawre i men cup if tile s1 d. Tha new even-man team is ruling looks have laid the Stanley mug on tin. 'shelf. The N.H.A. will either have to change the rule or from present in- dications dust will gather on tho trophy. OPPOSITION TO THE CHANGE Many of the stars are com- ing nut llat-footed with their untrinv ined views on the reduction of the teams to six- men, tire'players to any bowline altey In the United States was made by Jimmy Smith, the world', .champion, at the -ilteys, last week. This scorn was made in the fourth ffarno of han- "cap match again Carl Schumann. Smith finished his third game with throe Btrlt-ss, and tlran got. twelve "trlk-as In hii 'fourth game, and start- ed hlfi fifth gome with one strike', making a total ofilxteen successive strlkei. lie hud nine straight strilws to In his fourth game when a cheer roso from those watching the game. This ittractod the bowlers on tho other niiujrs, and all crowded around the six and seven alleys. Smith laid thti tenth, eleventh snfl twelfth balls right in tho pocket. Af- tor Smith had this game, crowd of 100 ptrsous carrtnd him round the place on tlitlr JlmnijJB IndlvMual scores J67 205, 224, 300 and SOB; total of an average o! 238. Schumann, op- has furnished information -to the base- ball public so often -that now he gets letters almost dally, asking him to de- cide arguments. Valuing his time at !5 cents an hour, ho estimates it has cost him over to collect his data. In the whole time he has been able to soli only a few records and thus get back a few dollars to recom- pense him. But he thinks ha has an- swered questions on baiehall for nothing. Mr. Lawrni' hobby has now reach- ed the point where he must stop or give up his job, and he Is unable lo decide If thwre Is merit In the saying: "If baseball .Interferes with your huii- Ineas, give up your business." will cause the sport to retr.0- totalled plm, grade, instead of booming, as it ban a .handicap of iOO pJnu. John Bvers Is In more litigation. He has'bewi sued In Chicago for falluw jto pay a gasoline and garnfge hillBT lo pay a gasoline and gnraro hill. C.C. PAQNUELO WINE a SPIRIT CO. Johnny nnd his auto to be jtoupltJ IB uuenillui Rifle and Pistol Cartridges. The proof of the pudding is the the proof of the cartridge it its thoeting. The great popularity attained by Wlncheiter rifle and pistol cartridges during a period of over 30 years is the belt proof of their shooting qualiriet. They always give satisfac- tion. Winchester .it caliber cartridgea loaded with Smokeless powder have the celebrated Winches- ter Grewcless Bullets, which make them cleaner to handle than any cartridges of this caliber ALL SUCCESSFUL SPORTSMEN USC THEM. ;