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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTIfi MRTIIB1ULH3E DAILY II KB ALT) unlay, November 23. 19.12. ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S.FOREMOST F.VENTj ALBERTA 'SPIEL ID BE HELD ON EDMONTON ICE CALGARY MAGNET IT Big American College Rugby Teams Come Together to Decide Supremecy New Haven, Conn., N'ov. highest football honors of the year the eastern colleges, if not in the country, await the winner oi to- day's struggle between Harvard and tVafe on -Yale field. The mythical but generally recog- nized, title of eastern football chain-, pions oi 1812, has come down to the; annual contest between the crimson: blue for decision, alter passing; tiy every other team. Harvard and: are tile only colleges in the'eJSt. whose elevens have gone through the season without suffering defeat, ex-, cept Pennsylvania State. This latter college has met opponents generally I regarded of leaser calibre. Yale was tied by Princeton, but as Harvard de-1 leated the blue victory morrow was conceded by experts to tfluli DS an accomplishment oi un-' doubted championship merit. Both teams are expected a scries of offensive and defensive manoeuvres of a higher standard oi development than any shown in (the latest revision of the rules. It is es- timated that persons will be banted on the, wooden stands of Yale Held. Seven.eighths of this army of spectators will come to New Haven by train, trolley por motor car. "Betting was lively among the crowds in tho hotels. While Harvard continued the favorite, the nourish of 'blue money which appeared late to- day, narrowed the odds from 10 to 7 to 10 to 9. Some wagers were at ev- en money. Both elevens were reported to'te in good playing condition. Eight-Day Curling Carnival Will Start on January lit Lost 100 Rlnki Edmonton, Nov. tei- son the annual bonsplel of the Al- berta branch of the Royal Cale- donian Curling Ciub will be held In Edmonton, commencing on Wodnesday, January 15. It will last for about eight days. Last year Ca'9ary was the home of the spiel, but the number of clubs and curler's who will' bo tak- ing part this season are so many {hat there Is not a rink In Cal- gary big enough to house them. It is staled'that.over WO brooms and rbeks will be In uss, and'this, means that for each broom and rock there will be one curler to handle-them. Nineteen sheets'of ice will, use throughout the spiel, and they will .be open to all .bona fide members of any rink in the province. The grand challenge trophy which is donated by the Tetley Tea -Company will lie put up for competition and will represent tho grand challenge of the bonspiel. There will be special events or- ganized, but at the present time these are only in formation and before long an announcement will be made clearly indicating cxacO- ly what will take JIM CORBETT'S TIMELY PUGILISTIC GOSSIP (lly James J. Corbett, lonnM heavy- Mike Gibbons, Frank Klaus and Ullly l champion of tho MARKETS IfTHIRIDGt MANKITt Eltvator Then there's Jack Dillon, the Indianapolis boxer, whose pretensions New York, N. Y., Nov. 13. Tho might hu taken seriously if he foiiKhtlNo. 1 Northern 6S will monopolize the more consistently. At tlnMS Jack, No. 2 fforthtrn 6li Sam Savage Figures Out Base Bali League For Next Year- New Eight-Club Circuit will luulu UIMISIMLIIU)