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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HKKAL1) Saturday, November 22, of tell playtd ot H tit Hrst club: DlvUlon Villa, 3: PrejtonNotlbKoJ, 0 Bltckliurn Roreri, 5; Shet'ieU INTEREST BECOMING KEEN IN BIG YACHT RACE IN 1913 Generally Conceded That Lip- Ion is Heavily Handicapped WINNING OF THE INTBRCOLLEOIAT5 CHAHPWN8B1T BY McGlLL. New York. :X6v. close to twelve months must elapse before the challenging and defending yachts meet in the races whicb will decide possession of. Ihe America's! cup. the international regatta has al-; ready taken precedence over all other international sporting events among sportsmen. Already the chances the challenger, jss.t begin- ning to fake form', are'tetng -tteished and dEpcussed by yaciUmen, man in the- street Is beginning to test his tancne on nautical terms. The iinpriiwbn' appears to ..prevail Central1 sportins-" .61 the better -'than fver1 b.yoVe. Enjland fsinot .willing -tii cosctde.thst in.tte handliag.aiid sailing '.of a racing'yacht the'-Taiikee tars, '-eitber amateur or profeosional, have aiyadvantiis over the '-EalL "-BnE dice araTstlll loaded.on. teiaJf the defendtr. York .Yacht dub still de- clines a "level Si? Thomas in tlie role ol will'oe nandicajpsd1'. by .c'ea.dtticms be iueisQon'oi tow- iarje in yachting Next notwilhatanding aut- -.'thio'g "that nuy be said to the con trmry, we consider toe coiteit proceed'in the'taiie groove. In which il hu ruB-stec'ilsM, that iSjto ay '-ll'wfU'ie between eitreioe vM -'In clrcaaafances, Sir .Thorn U Liploh.' cannot fail to find nlrnael at a great diiidvicUre. He mue a vessel and tuiie he i'up in British .waters, thei trnrig'ner' and lose a lot'of raludb] time sailing ber across the Atlantl trader a jory rig. In ..-will have to be re-rigged 'and turiei tip again in time for ?he first mate] .oytrwhelmei by McGIlTs victory. The Varsity bench an Vanity mltcot snowed hli at the way the game wat Ftcitl (he Ittil'Clafjino'n'; Macdonald :-v Ifne, (Doolay) and Lormler. the spares, two of whom cot Into the V 'A ;--r? BEAT YALE .'Harvard 'won the football game ircjm. Yale today by .the close score ol The "first period 3, .Yale 2, the girheVb'eV.g won in .the second half by i goal kick from the Held. The 20th Century J Old Country Football Lettofl, Nov. ire tae Swrthtni League Briitol Roreri, Southend Unit- ed, 0. grounds Bradford City, 6; Bolloa Wander 1. County. 1; Old ham AthUilc. IJverpool. 0; United. 0. Clly, 2; 1. 2; She-'fleid United, 2; Manchester t-'n 0. 0; Bromwlcb Al- 0. Tottrahau HotJjiur. 4; Evertci, 1. Division BarAslty, 1; Bradford, 2. Blackpool, 3; Leeds Clly. 2. Bury-Stockport County, Town; V HujidersfieM To'wnl-2; -Glosj'ij, 1. llujl.cilsv County, .1.': Oi; Clapton Orient, 0. Notts Brii'lol .Merlbyr Town. S: Northsmpton. t. Him United, 3; Gllllngham, 1. Plymouth ArgyleXa; .Norwich City, 1; Coventry'City. 0. Queeny'Park 3; .C Swln'doo TWa. -1: Brighton i; Cardiff City, rortenoutb. S. Eicler Clly, JUllVail, 1. "z; queen's Pirk, 1.- Hlbernliru. I; Ayr Dilled. 2; CeHic, 1- Hamilton (L 3; 1. i Piir.itw, 2; Midlothian, Ptrtick ThUlle. KlinwiroockV St Mlrreu, 0: t Uotberwell, 1; Third Lanark, Rovers; 2. Richmond, 12 points; Blackheath 12. Cambridge, 17; Old Merchant Taj lors, 12. j Harlequins, 15; Guy's Hospital, Swansea, S: Cardiff, C. United Services, (9; i London. Sco tlsb, 0. Old Ulues, 8; London Hospital, 8 'it M ACE'S'" '.EVA'NQEUST of Jem Mace, a v v V DALMATIN WINS THE MANCHESTER HANDICAP London, Nov. Man- chosler November Haurilcap, the last of the flat racing, run today at Manchester, worlh JCG26, miles, was won by. Wlnan'6 sii-year-old bay horse Daiinatin, by lonla: O. Edward's Work Girl was. .s.econcl, and; H.; A. to sail during her acean believe, tto cup will be defended1 by a-yecht of- E'er i. Hon. Cli-Tord Slfloa's Cleveland, ridden by Dick Hamilton, took the blue ribbon at' the New -York norse Ehow tbls week, In a class ot fourteen OTra.-w'aterluie jength. and_H !s satis aclory to leiri'-tb'iit {he'memberi b yellow ribbon -went to ex- are. tb'e leading yachtsmen o AmericiuivSo far. therefore, as th actual race and the- mMSTirernen rales are concerned, there jean be n hibited by the HatnUlon.. Fanna, and 11' n V America won .the.first two places -'.'I Buchanaii's Black White and Scots Greys. Partners in fame. D. O. ROBI.IN, Agrtrt TOKOVTO CAREER OF MAN WHO WILL SUCCEED LYNCH KNOX BASKETBALL TEAM gamca in the -sporting the public is not'Eiow In pronouncing, this particular number ot i it tbo moEt eiciting of. alt the .winter i'rjiJMgcrs slated, thai they, would bo games, iatn'es, save II be hockey. The Mil- J.-Ilfhtcd to nlay Tabor as .theywera t! Vghod bunc'l. of year, and Ihe phennminal in the Initial i( the success Spanccs were [ortlicommg tuey would in was ib'.so; Imis wcro-urBently. ueed- i All you expect; all you hopfe wo promise you in i Semi-ready Suit or Overcoat. Semi-reidy quality ''And perfect fit.: guarantee you wilt be'satisfied We want you to come, and welcome, whether 'tis to buy to see. be pleased and we'll he glad to show you the new deaigns which mark the Drift of Fashion. to and The Semi-Ready. Store Emprtll BlocV, Ltthbrlfigt. S. C, Bateman, Mgr. TOT. 6' In the'lMt ball tbetr regular team was on, and SL Cyprian's had no chance of winning against thig stroag line-up.'-- The line-ups were an follows: 5IcKaln: right for of basketb.lll is, sure be playe'd, every learn i eing in' first for the fleld. Who bas the stronsesl team this This Is the question belns nil river the .sou'lh. Stirling The schedule of' games has been trnik "the pennant last' that drawn up, and Mark H. nrlmhall, i tcnm still has numerous 'admiroiJ. president o' the league, and Frank j But they did It by a-halr'n ward Wallace left Steed, slake coach, has given the or-jit was so close thai the .junction, city Iglnal draft to the Herild correspon-' besin to grow pale, dent for publication.': While several over' technicalities. .SlMlng of Ihe games will be changed, the) bad the best drilled learn last'season Mifrray guard. Cronk- bite Robl- son SU Kane-, right schedule will remain substantially the. teain we.erer what .Second. -'enthusiasts say. And to. agree" with fheihr This husky bunch look like cup winners, and if hard practice bring them up to this standard they will sure make it., hot for the other earns. With probably one, or miybc wo, the Second Ward cam will be the same as season tay Powell declares'he is .done witb askclball, but it Is scarcely possible hat when he bears the call to arms le will not answer It. Powell Is a p'jgh player, but is not In any way malicious, and-It would be well for he Second Ward coach to keen him conn just a little. It might save some Iteagrceable words during llio sea- BLADDER MMfM M 24 Hours HERALD WON ONE APIECE The Schools and Htrald rr.ct in (he second schedule, of the "V" bowling serles'last each team taVing a The..Ituiinlers did not, put up the'sa'ine clasS .ol game as was playeii when they met In the first both aggregations were ot the record treating kind while last f.lght'a te- solt's rricdiocte rolling, lucharian was hljh score 177, Ken coming next with 173. The l.esl the Herald has teen able lo do In any contest.this hreak even. The scores lasl night: Skivart 17- no 122 to Dec. Second vs. Ta- ticr; Stirling Magralh. D.cc. Seronil VB. Ma- vs." nnyir.ond First. Bee. IB. Taber; Ray- monil Firsl va.'Raymond Second.. Jan. vs. Magrath; Rsyr moad First vs. Stirling. .Tnn. Second vs. Tabor; Stirling Raymond f'Iraf. Jan. vs. Raymond; naymohd Second vs. Stirling. Jan. Stirling; Ma- RTfllh vs. Raymond Second, Jan. Firsl vs. Ma- ?ralh; Stirling ..vs.; Raymond Second. Keb. Second vs, Ray- KOO'I Firsl. The. Dial arc menlloncd Brsi play home Tills schedule also applies in funler tcitns, at (hey accompany the senior teams, playing preliminary games. ttiolr siiiieriority so far as science rhlUdelphia. Nov. Klnley Teller was born in Tyrone, Ireland, in 1S63. 'He came to th'ls country when a aettted ?.e in the public schools. Ills-first employment waa as'a clerk. His health soon and he sought outdoor employment. While working as a clerk-.he had earned a game pitching for local teams on Saturday and had gain'e'd consider- able fame as a player. Tecer obtained his first profession- al engagement as first.baBeman of tin I'itlsburg club. At. that time he stood 6 .feet 3 1200 Ho and jplned.-thB Bait! more i At-TiI n requ'e'E t he was released .to the Haverhill, Mass., club, where he pUyed nnlil tlie closo of the again got a osillon "wilh a bouse In 'Itliburg, but cohtlniie'd to play base- aU opportunity. Captain a position as pilch- While Sox, aflcr into a small twirling. Af- would right Shrujib.'jiil r''jokin gly._ renj ark ed; "to. niii a iMtch'iagalrist .any of kK iriltha -world: Alfle by.my side for a half mile or a'o'when I have been jogging along ,elgh_t miles .n and -hli.-ipeed has amazed ".f.riV.r-. being Mhiccted'tp c'ritl- clsrrij.'for tils'- uiiBJMrU manlike ods oi i niakftEV matches. ''Job .-.tneth johnny's latest 'bffens'e happened In iCin'clnnat where "he 'boie'dU'-Tocirboy. calW Mars.. it ;'ap'pearfl-.thit Kllbane forced ike -'Ibi cathcrwcight. Urall while t Is slid thai1 the UlcL'cii 4tl .11? 11; 149 135 131 1S7 ni 131 this Is accounted for 'In Iho fact thai Frank stake rnan who has stu'dled the game tinder, apmc ori the best'coaches in eastern colleges resides and'poU jn his tlrno organizing and drilling his .'.five In every phase of the game. Tiieu.too he plays 'with the learn. Thla In li self makes them on the forwart line. The last lialf of tho gamea season Droved that Stirling In-pregnable, for they .weft'not near Iy as slrong they were nt tlie open Ing of the The- other' teorr.b, I too, were belter prepared lo' meet1 Ihcm, becoming wise lo their pet com- binations, which al first' baffled them. the beginning -of llio p'rtsonl sosson tlio nhoTo proposition is changed. Sllrllng. If she retains tbo rafp, will hive tbe flghl UK. And the boys arc preparing for saeli liw'ti-andr.all lilt They ore al- ready on the floor, f.ardenlhg up for tbo fray, aril will be ttid first game of ihe gerfcn, mcetln'g the Oarden Clly five on Ihe lafter's floor. close to 133, er team for nbout three y'eJrsJ-Teller went with Aaaca's team .onJ lim world In gavn up'base- >ill'-tq go into Charlcroi, i-v.. the time. he .-onlt Sasebail, DHirly a .quarter o.f.a century .JenVr 'dropped' out of his at- tention, to. -His was' mide jfhea' he-helpeii tli'f 'B-' Locke to furchaso VSf. Phil adclphla S'a t Ion all. friiin 'Ch a r- ies'P.-Taft, i "matchmaker is trying Wll- from tho foregoing schedule, toe league this Reason con- stitutes five.teams, Taber being the addition.'-. This waa'under id- Mse'meM last it.was thought lhal the fo'jrney was loo long for tho (earns to make, the expense attached to the same Iiolng .very Tauer Th6 Haymond teams this year will be practically the same fts, they were last season. -The First.Ward will be tllghlly weaker, it Skoiison at StrathTOna, and Allen, who proved himself a licar last.year, will not be seen in flic game owing to hla lovere Maeralh la In tlic field I'olh feel.. Tbls Is tho second year fur ketball In I ho Garden city, the gamo being launched last HasoD., Magrath played a losing game, hut they re- mained in the Held 'like true-hluo once-quilting the'flel.d a game throughout the ciillro was a brand'nfci thing In Magralh, but trie team suc- ceeded fn working up a sptendld 'en thiisiasm. Tho team will much stronger (ban InM year, and will hi In every way better equipped to pla> experienced men. Thero arn good new players In sight an well as most of tho members cf Ihp'old ag- gregation. Mercer, "Doc'' Turner, Scoll, Rasraiissen and Wolff ar.e sure lo In the game, while (here arc two 'splendid men available In Jack Bridge and Joe both hujky fellowj who lovo iho 8ppft. bennion will manage, the learn again this year, and he stales'that ho hopes ;tf liavj equally as fast a team'h tlic 3cld as'any ol the other, Ho ticllo.Ves ho has IKo men In Bight who arc. going lo bring home llio cup when the season concludes next February. Ailogelhcr, tho outlook for basket ball in ihe aoulh waa nover'brlthtcr. TJio'orenlns of tho league "will find of the teams In the field fully or- jar'd doubirul, commissioner "will-1 allow 'in Gotham I wifhiut first filling' in engagement .In Buffalo he ran out on over a year ago. i ganized and In fairly good shape. 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