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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6. TTTE LTrrrnrmmoF: DAILY.; Friday, November Clgari, Tabaceoi, Confectionery Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down Stairs Dominion Block, op- posite Court House DOMINION RUGBY. FINAL AT TORONTO- TOMORROW Varsity and Argonauts will Decide Championship ol of Canada in Battle Interest in Issue Tomorrow afternoon at Toronto wiU be fought the greatest rugby linUIe in Canadian annals of the city, the intercollegiate champions and the Argonauts, provincial cham- pions, will lock horns for tlw Uom- championship. result of the game will be with fever- ish interest from coast to coast and '1'oronto is expected to turn out twerf- ty -thousand strong to sec the two Queen City teams fight it out. An eastern exchange gives an interest- ing review of eastern ruaby for the season and spuaks of Toronto's -two great teams comparatively: Th-a Argonauts have had a great seu- They rial not show themselves vastly superior to the other of six. Their average per game a fraction over nine points. On the other hand only thirty-five points were scor- ed n.miinst them in the six games, or a trifle over five points per yam-e on the average. A comparison of records not only of the leaders in the iwo bis the intenmtiomil and tho Intercollos- but the other three teams as well produces significant facts. Every team n the Intercollegiate with the excep- ion of Queen's, who failed to win a match all season, scored more points in the six games than any club in the Intel-provincial, and even Queen's out-j scored both .Montreal and Argos. To-j ronto university scored 122 points in six games, :is compared with Argos' Taken before meali ex- citet the flow of the gastric juice; drunk after meals, it the acidity of the C.C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO, Lethbrldgc, Alta record of 55, or an average of over 20 raine Winnipeg and Brandon Clubs Belong to W. C. L. Winnipeg and Brandon dubs EASTERN HOCKEY STARS SIGNED FOR COAST LEAGUE Frank Patrick's League will have a Goodly Number of Canadas Fastest Puck Afeer Stanley Cup teams In the league, but In every !ls to imt one they bad just enough on tbeir on over nine opponents'to win out. -They liave- a better scorine the close ol the season, have five Victoria to their credit, and only, her ignored the of the Wester, "'machine her prospective oppou- one loss, and this ono loss was one ._t jn [he Dominion (lnals ,he college Canada league. They have both flirt of those eleventh Hour aitairs which, ideteicc lnc same ot mm. efl with ojher organizations with the coining after an hour 01 even play, is: on Her op. belief that the Western Canada league and won a decisive- vitcory, succeedin probably due lo the relative ope-ness M-eseat at the annual meeting of the A'ationa! Association, bears out tho They won this matcli as well, as their of the game played in the two leagues, that fjraIKlou Winnipeg ter- other victories bj: reason .of their great! for while the Intel-provincial has year to the western Canada defensive work than because of their after year more nearly approximated ecoring ability, although their halve showed the ability to pile up the tal- lies sufficiently to make, a respectable During the season they have scored fewer points than either'Ham- ilton or Ottawa and only six-more than the open game as played by the colleg- ians, they have not yet loosened up a-s much as the gown. There is still a difference, but that it is us great as the figures would lead us to believe, the final match for the Dominion title JHUU Ql l_flLUttcl M.I1U U11JJ Sl.VlUUl L1 lUlill mill i-J> Montreal, who won only one match [only will prove conclusively. AMERICAN RUGBY FABRIGJS ROTTEN Alumni Pay College Expenses of Star Athletes, Declares Wiscon- sin "Prof." '.Madison, Wis., Nov. col- lege football is honeycombed with cor- ruption all over the country, and -that the whole system should be submit- ted io a thorough h on sec leaning is the op ID An of Dr. Charles McCarthy, assistant coach at Wisconsin for many years. "I know that nnver in the history of he said, "was thera more corruption than at present. In the .east i't is the custom to pick out some heavy boy with fair intelligence, and pst some-alnmnius to see that Ira gets through prep schools, then college. They are careful not to get plug- uglies. It is systematic and well or- ganized. "In -this wast, as well as in t.he east nluinni associations will loan money to a promising man on a note. If., lie makes good the note is never col- lected. He can not 'squeal' cr the Jiote will be collected. The giants are showing tip on the teams are i evidence enough." j Varsity Expected To Winnipeg Favors the Cont ;muance of old Hockey Rules Toronto, Nov. interest is being taken, in the Var- sity-Argonaut game tomorrow for the rugby championship of Can- ada. While opinion la naturally di- vided there is u strong feellug that Varsity will win perhaps cisively, while a victory for the Argos would be considered as a. big surprise and a subject of great jubilation at Rosedale. The impartial view favors Varsity, with a leaning towards the Argos to pull out a victory for the good of the game. The betting shows slight odds in favor of the stud- ents. An attendance of over twenty thousand is expected. Attell Beat Coon Eugene Paiilct, of the Giants, will make Cuban (rip a honeymoon af- fair, as he was married recently at Argents, Ark. New York, Nov. Attell gavo Leo Johnson, who claimed the colored featherweight title, a severe beating at the Maivern A. C. tonight, In the fifth one of Johnson's seconds threw a towel into the ring, but Johnson kicked it out and protested that he was strong enough to con- Untie. However, the referee stopped the bout, which was scheduled for ten rounds. U. S. Bicycle Team for Olympic Games Winnipeg, Nov. in this city will be -played in the future, as in the past, with seven men a side, according to J. D. Pratt, president .6'f the Winnipeg Jioclroy league and-of tho Victoria club, and 'he has dis- cussed the matter with several local followers of the game. Seven men a side has been found satisfactory to the western clubs, arid there will be no change. Do Not Benefit Those behind the amateur game here cannot see wherein tho profes- sionals are -to benefit by the reduc- tion of the number ot players. The (clubs will have to carry as many players as In the past, as there wfll j be more work for those on the ice, :and in consequence the men wili be more to injury as a tiring play- or is always more easily hurt when j the'men come together. Then it I pointed out that the game cannot be made faster by removing the couneet- tng link between the forwards and jthe defence and -the question is asked how the play Is to be picked up when the forwards run over the" puck or miss a pass? NO Substituting Players Another innovation of the profes- sional body which will be ignored here is tho rule permitting substitu- tion of players at any stage of the game. The amateurs consider that the adoption of this rule will be a drawback ,as it will remove the centive for men to train hard to get in good shape for matches. When a player feels that he can drop out at any time when he is tired there is .JiK-ely to be less ambition for him to (sot in proper shape to continue for the full playing time. New York, Nov. the Uni- ted States have a strong and repre- sentative team of bicycle riders at the Olympic games at Stockholm next summer? This question is answered by the United Cyclists, America's latest organization to foster tho great pedal pushing sport, in a decidedly affirmative manner, says the United Cyclists, "Thia country must and will have a team of Class A amateur riders In the Olympic bicycle race around Lake Malar, and we in- tend to SQO to K that money Is raised among those who arc still devoted lo th-s sport fo send a team to Swe- den that will give the foreigners, at least, a great battte Tor the world's chiimpioshlp. IB the place lo buy your furnishings of every description, He has the best values in Lethbriclge In Overcoats, Caps, Shirts, Sweater Coals, Un'denwear, Mitts and Gloves, etc., and has Iho sole agency for the SLATER SHOE BUCHAN'S MEN'S 4M NFTH ST., BRYAN BLK. NEXT TO EUREKA THEATRE. WHY LEFTY RUSSELL" MADE POOR SHOWING Philadelphia, Nov.. Lefty" Russell, the beauty of Connie (Mack's champion Athletics, who fall- Jed to show any form last year er.d nailed to share In the world's rhnm- pionship series money because he had been under suspension, has often a hen edict for almost nine months, and nobody of it except the minister, the bride and .tho bride- groom. On February 22 last, with his bride, who was Miss Jessie F. Welsh, of Hrtgerstown, Mil., went to L Wilmington and wtere married by tho jKev. CJeorgn Lewis Wolfe. Follow- ing tho ceremony they separated, for n time, the bride going -to tho homo of MM- parertls, Mr, and Mrs. J. F, Welsh, and "Lofty" returning to his baseball duties with the Athletics. Connie Mack has admitted that he does no-t know what, to make of as he noticed a far-away look jfit the of tho man he had picked .itB-ihe pitching phenom. Today Con- nie Is of tho Imprcsnion that a long- ing to be with his bride may have had Homnthlng to no with the poor re- cord made by.Ruaiell. There will be three all-star teams In British Columbia's first ice hockey eague, two representing the mainland nd one wearing Victoria colors. In all 'acific Coast' games the old rules will govern, which means that each club 'ill continue to put seven men on the ce, in spite of the decision of the east- association's management to elim- nato the rover. Tho schedule will bo iiaug'iinited about January 1st. This :ill .allow the competing forces two in which to obtain necessary raining. The island artificial rink it: s confidently expected, will be opened] t tho latest on December 15. If the 'ancouver structure is not In shape for use by that date, the players who are being assembled for the western nice will practice at Victoria. Eighteen on Roster Mr. Lester Patrick, manager of the Victoria rink, made the foregoing state- ment recently, the first official utter- ance regarding tho plans for nurtliwest ern ice hockey. I'e said that includ- ing bis brother and himself, ihere were IS of Canada's finest exponents of the GOTCH REFUSES To meet Zbyscko Until the Latter Defeats Mahomout Chicago, Nov. an inter- view today Frank Gotch, the wrestling champion, refused point blank tp -give Zbyscko another match until the latter had defeat- ed Mahmout. manager for has. post- ed to give to Gotchjif the Dialler will con- sent tit wrestle Zbyscko to a iln- ish boat. If Gotch persists in ro- Herman he will claini'thc championship for the Pole and be prepared to defend it against all comers. bfiimcr winter sport eillinr formally signed or practically assured for ser this year on ihs "We have decided on a three team league because-we are convinced llmt such a competition will provide more interest and be far more satisfactory to the general sport loving said Mr. Patrick. Because we arc iug from the east nuiny .of those who tmvo occupied stellar positions in tho hockey fraternity wo have brought1 upon ourselves tho indignation and the ;llre threats of the eastern association. But we are not worrying. They. have, threatened to outlaw ire. That won't hurt. Wo don't propose to kow-tow to j jthe east. What we aim at is to give the people of the west the real thing j in ice hockey, and In doing KO wo will j build up In Western Canada the great-.I est association of the Dominion and BO-J put ourselves in such a position that will be able to dictate to our friends on the oUier side of the prair- ies. All we want now is to get the class and to grab that Stanley Cup. After Stanley Cup Concerning that trophy, which repre- nts the world's champion-ship, ..Mr. Patrick made it clear that in being dubbed "outlaws" by the east th champions of the northwest would not ose their chance of competing for the worlds title. The Stanley Cup was n the hands of "trustees" just as the Minto silverware in lacrosse. These officials decided whether a challenge was legitimate and what they said vas final. If the holders received a defi from the west providing the ti-us- ees decided that everything was re- gular it would have. be taken'up. no., difficulty was expected in hav- ng' tlio challenge from the Pacific coast, recognized in, the east. More- over Mr. .Patrick IK confident that there will be developed a team in theyo parts that will.make a strong and pos- sibly successful' bid, this season for the MADE IN THE WEST TOR WESTERNERS GREAT PAINTING wsszasi ON EXHIBITION IN F.CLOWE'S WINDOW i LACROSSE SITUATION Toronto, Nov. To- roirtos and Natiojials are in the bijf ''our-'lacrosse -but. they are liking no chances and -will protect heir N. L. U. francliises even to the extent of puiting teams in old union, so saitl Charlie Querrie his morning. He claims that the" special meeting; of the N, L. U. cannot ixpel'.nor deprive them of their fran- that body. It could be done only at the annual meeting in the spring. .._._. Charlie Querrie denies that any Sunday lacroaae will 'be permitted In jthe body. The new union is prepar- ing to war on the N, U. and. Fred [Thompson was promised this morning that it he put n team in Rosedale ho would be met with opposition every time he played. IfttirjrCtft Popular English Cigarette ;