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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November THE DAILY Tebieeei, Confectionary Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down Stairs Dominion Block, op- posite Court House Waiting For Ice At Curling Rink; List of Those Who Will Play Game Giant to Meet Americans The main difficulty Unit lias harms- eed tile local club in preparing for the senpon was the Bt'lectloil of tfkipa mul third men. Tiioy hnvo nil boon chos- en now and evervthlng is readv for Kaines to coniinoncp. The1 folNnvins is tja1 I'omplute list of curlers lo date .1. Shepherd, Jim Teat, Gco. 11. .Stacey, X. T. McU'Od, R. K. Mcl.eocl, K. D. Johnston, Aird, lioljt. Seott, .M. Freeman, John Bruce, Win. Scott, Oliver, Dr. Campbell, Hugh Scott, Hugh Hrown. W. Robinson, II. D. JIcN'ab, R. Seatle, J. Xelson, liodgers, G. C. McDonald, Marr, D. A. Smith, 'A. McCorvie. THIRD Goyil, A. B. Stafford, Chas. McClenaghan, Dr. Courtice, H. J. Goortr, John Scott, R. P. Wallace, Dr. Stewart, R. K. Davidson, A. 13. Tvcs, H. J. H. Skeith. J. F. Hamilton, .1. M. Ait- ken, A. -McCuliougli, Wm. Haj-ncs. Sid Jackson, Donald Dim, 1'ercv I Cope, ,1, A. Reid, II. IVIiitimn-f, K. Ciillwrlson, F. Sick, J. li. Muliin, L. SKCOND AND FOURTIl'jIKN j Wallace Clark, .1. Simpson, F. k. i Kisiirr, T. Ci. HoMnsmi, W. AinoTOsc. I -I. li. Mulhern, Taylor, C. Xirn- mons, S. Kirkhiim, L. S. Hipley, tVhitiroce, IV. 11. Harris, E. A. Cun- ningham, Goo. W. McLennan, H. Mc- Killop, C. E. Carberry, R. Kt-l- lop, -John Marnofh, C. F. Smith. l.au-Son, F. Daviilson, W. S. Hall, Geo. Kerr. Dr. Taylor, R. V. i lions, .1. A. Jliillin, A. t'. liliin- chanl. rent, A. .1. FSIiss, 1'. L. Naisuiilh, jr., A. E. Sharman, A. .1. Ohm, .1. W. Wood, K. V. Dnnley. It. I Wynn, A. .Jack, T. C. Hiduath, 11. I'ul- I bcrtson, .1. Duncan, 11. Nicliol- json, ,1. Glenisler, Campbell Ainl, Butler. A. Kelley, Dr. Rivers. Jackson, J. W. Ban-den, M. Klceiwood, G. li. Mackay, A..V. Hib- boas, .J. Lockwoort, B. 1.. Cope, Wm. Ingram, K. J. Selil, C. R. Vouhe, Dr. Rusk. Macleod Ready for Curling and Skating Weather; Hockey Talk Mncleod, Nov. curling club held a meeting last week, when the skips were selected, and all ne- cessary arrangements made for the coming season, and the -curling will commence just as soon as the cold ey team in Maeleod. but It is expect- ed that, a meeting wi callo.1 in this connection shortly. Collie G.ir diner and Spud arurpliy, two of our last year's stars, havn received to play with the Nelson, B. C.. taam. and if no s-tcps are taken to form a weather sets in. Messrs. T. Cal- club here soon the accept. Some of the World's Famous Encounters for Pugilistic Supremacy Between the White and the Blacks Alberta Swimmers Under Rin nf C A S A Tho iisht on the 0thW hami. was noth- UWUinilL.it) Unaei Dan OI Englishman, U'eis ins litre his former self derwood and A. E. Jones wore the Ever since the snow storm" th..ri; luccessful tenderers for the makiiw boen good skating on the slomrh of ice In both (lie'skating and curl-j across the JlcKenzie britlfB, niid ing rinks. As yet -there "has 'been iraany people are takinc advantage of Bo talk whatever as regards a jit. JOSEPH Josef Smejkal, of Prague, chimiploo wrestler of Bohemia, aud the of his coucrry, is in America '.o try his skin local talent. he loft Prague v-as presented, with a handsoine belt, and In hl3 own country there 13 niarh undistruiscd curiosity to uote what kiud of a showing he is likely to In the United States.' His physical strength Is prodigious. HOCKEY PROSPECTS AT TABER HOPEFUL Tuber. will he n is- Inciil hockey club hero tomorrow iu .110 yiLiiaiioii of affaii-s. They arc not bricM, btrt hopeful and Taber It is reasonable to suppose, will again be in the game look- ins, for championship honors. Canada Second at N. Y. Horse Showj New .York. army tcnin handily won ''.be ovont 'or tho American cup at tho Morse Show'tonight. dcfoatliiR Groat. Britain Canada anil the United States. Can- j Ufa won second place nnd the Unl- ed States third. The winning horse i vus U1nc.lt I'adcly, owned and ridden I by Baron H. p. .11. VnnVoorslorf, ot he lloyal DnU-h Hussars. Made M tie West for Westerners TORONTO TEAMS MAY PLAY IN BOSTON Montreal, Xov. Canadian nest week, several questions 'Amateur Swimming hold open till tho various Mvimmin, clubs ''l 01 A. club house. The main business ot Ih was to decide on the course of action to be taten by' flie body with refer- ence to the Alberta cham- pionships. Apparently the competi- litre his -former self, and althoii-h .and the renowned colm-rl champion struggled gnniely asrainst certain 'Jack tost Idofeat his seconds were. constrained tbrOK. nj) (ho after less tllan twenty ro'lniuW fighting. Although the negro has, since that h to listL ken plac, wliite and special meeting brliinii closed doors Jin the dominion have been heard [rum. n Saturday afternoon in the M.A.A. JA letter fi'Om the chairman Of the N. "havJTalr jV.A.O. re the dividing rules oi Can- I lacl-- H inilisputabiy assert- Tl I the Knglish champion, fecfii tlle supremacy of tha black was decided that in luture all en-