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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1928, Lethbridge, Alberta Sturday november the Lethbridge Herald Page three j a -._. I i Butler new president 0. H. A. Ajor Ault s ures Handicap basketball meet dec 1 establish University scholarship for hockey players . Annual scholarships to the value of each to be founded at Queens and Western universities p. J. Mulquin is made life member organization of Southern Al Berta league will be main business loses a where Are the a meeting for the purpose organizing the Southern this it league in the Alberta Ama or basketball association will held in this City at the . Ca at 11.15 on saturday dec. 1. The basketball season is now ire and if towns intend enter g teams in the league they Lould make sure that repro Inta Tives attend the meeting Lethbridge on the above Jie. Certain definite Busi is will be brought up and cussed at the meeting but by other matters of interest to Nat eur basketball in Southern Iberta May be presented if me permits. The following important siness will be discussed 1. Recent changes in the provincial Constitution. G. L. Oolf will devote ten minutes i this question. 2. Selection of referees for be coming season. 3. Drawing up of schedule. In Tater and pro. Soccer players mix without jeopardy text of motion submitted by Quebec sports to have no effect on standing in other sports Montreal nov. Province Quebec Amateur athletic Union has on Cardec a notice of motion to the if teary of the Dominion . Hich will be brought up at the Forth Ming annual meeting of the latter Ody at port Arthur which will ask it in future soccer amateurs bellowed to play with and against pro is Slonas without jeopardizing their Amateur standing in other sports. It is intimated in local Amateur sport circles that if this motion is passed by he gathering at port Arthur the soc 6i people probably will join the can Idian Amateur athletic Union. Toronto nov. Years of Progress of guidance and Assis Tance to the Young men of this province who engage in the typically Canadian game of hockey was reflected at the annual meeting of the Ontario hockey association. Again was strict adherence to the principle of amateurism the dominating note of the big gathering. The association which for Many years has been the example for other leagues in this country and abroad to emulate demonstrated once More that the game s the that the . Is an organization Bent upon doing Good wherever it May and that the tenets of True sport shall always be Foremost in its activities. The membership list of the . Is thrown open to All Ontario. The fal Lacious Assumption once More or less prevalent throughout the province that the . Was run by and from Toronto has been thoroughly dispelled. The affairs of the organization Are in the hands of its member clubs who by their votes have Complete control of its business. Establish scholarship warm commendation follows the action of the association in establishing scholarships of each at Western University London and Queen s University Kingston. These will be along lines similar to the . Memorial scholarship of at University of Toronto. The proposal to prevent the . Placing the names of . Players on the lists of its clubs known to and without the consent of these said play ers has been endorsed by the association As a whole. Further action in the. Matter will be taken in the near future. Is supreme in control several minor amendments to the playing rules already adopted by the c.a.h.a., were carried without discus Sion the proposed declaration of the . Policy by sheriff j. F. Paxton was withdrawn and the following amendment by George Dudley mid land was passed that the . Desires to reassert the principle that in the control of Amateur hockey within its territorial jurisdiction it is supreme and that All Industrial commercial and other like organizations hereby must recognize this and the association serves notice that in the future it will introduce an associate membership in connection with the association for the purpose of regulating and con trolling All such Amateur organizations in accordance with the authority delegated to it by the the following amendment to the Constitution was passed without much discussion no person who is actively connected with professional sport either As a player of officer of a club shall to permitted to direct a team during any game nor shall h2 even sit in the players allow two substitutes the motion to allow the use of three substitutes during a Gams caused a lot of argument and though the Rule has been passed by the c.a.h.a., it was lost at the . Meeting. This Means that the . Teams will Only be Al Lowed to use two substitutes As before. It was also decided that the Vord Al Ternate be used in preference to the word substitute. The motion of James t. Sutherland of Kingston that the goalposts be Cov ered with thick rubber Hose was passed without comment. Mulqueen life member p. A Mulqueen was also elected As a life member of the Ontario hockey association As a Mark of esteem for the Way in which he handled the olympic team. The election of officers resulted As follows past president George Mckay president r. Butler Lind first vice president. Frank Hyde with trundles in City five Fin league . Trundles won Over they riday evening taking two out of the free games and in the last game broke the existing High record with a Core of 237. The former High Mark Ras made by the Consumers with 215. Ilgah individual score went to Tom Ferguson and Erie Rivers who were red with 135. Friday s results first 176 a 183. Second 151 a 135. Third 237 a 136. Monday s game Hudson s Bay is. Herald no. 1. Tuesday fixtures Barbers is. Druggists. Above games for next j reek have been reversed to acc ammo j ate the Barbers. League standing p. W. Seattle takes Lead Pacific coast hockey eskimos take second straight game from Portland buckaroo a before jammed put up fierce Battle for Victory Miller Huggins manager of the new York Yankees said recently be would Givs his last shirt for two More winning pitchers for the 1920 Campaign and from the pose in the above photograph he May in training for that very sacrifice. Huggins on the left is Elu Vii with his Friend. Joshua Johnson sunning themselves on the roof of a St. Petersburg. Fla. Hotel. 111 have my shirt and maybe More than two pitchers when the next season lie said. Percy Bond second vice president treasurer. Sheriff j. P. Paxton Secre tary w. A. Hewitt . Of c. Governor w. W. Davidson Tor life member p. J. Mulqueen executive members g. M. Barr port George Van Home George s. Dudley and a. H. Schlegel pres orphans Tiger Rugby sell out largest crowd in history of Hamilton will see contest this pick heavier tigers to win Regina Grinders travel eastward Only if four of Junior pats go too senior aggregation weakened by quest of Dominion honors Regina nov. Regina rough riders senior Rugby Cham pions of Western Canada will not travel East in quest of Dominion honors unless they arc to in clude in their line up four Mem Bers of the Junior Jones Cunley Deetor and Mit Chell. This was announced at a meeting of the executives of the two clubs held during the noon hour Friday. The feeling was that the rough riders due to injuries to several of their players were in such a weakened condition that to make a trip cast in search of the greatest Honor of All Woula de oily. A for Thor meeting was held last night. Hamilton ont nov. Should defeat varsity orphans in the Eastern Canadian Rugby final this afternoon if one is to believe the dope sters. But people have bought tickets for the engagement confident that the meeting of the inter Provin Cial and o. R. P. U. Champions will prove a real Rugby game. The crowd which will pack the . Stadium will be the largest Ever to see a football game in the Mountain City. Benches have been put in to provide extra accommodation but even this failed to meet the demand for seats and this morning there was not a ticket available for the match. Thirty six Hundred Toronto fans the largest crowd that has corns to Hamilton for a sporting event since before the War were included in the crowd. The experts picking Hamilton to win Point out that tigers have a High i Welch providing steady booting. Timmis Baker hid Gibb fur Nish a tank attack which has not been equalled this year. On a fast Field they will have the great Pep Leadley to run the open Field. Leadley. Too is scoring threat with his great drop kicking. Against this array of Talent the orphans offer the most effective tackling of the year in close formation or under punts. Their strongest Point is their ability of taking advantage of the Breaks and the Breaks mean a lot in football. Other o. R. F. U. Games two o. R. P. U. Championships will also draw attention this afternoon. Argos Junior champions last year face a formidable task in overcoming the 12-Point Lead piled up by St. Thomas tigers last wednesday in the first game of the Home and Home final class defense Pear Simpson Small Broadway Walker and Light forming a heavier and More damaging tackling screen than the orphans can offer. Offensively they have Huck wants to fight Erald no. 1 Ori Sumers .p.r. .y.p.c.a. Irald no. 2 Lanana Kings Hudson s Bay lankers druggists linemen tar bars 12 0 9 12 n 9 9 s i 9 12 pet. .750 .660 .660 .066 .503 .441 .444 .333 .333 .333 .167 Chicago tea5i May de without a Home Chicago nov. Black Laws arc Likely to be homeless before in season ends. There is a Manili Cut new rink Bein constructed As a ome for the club in Chicago. It was o Hove 1 a ready for this season hut behind schedule. There is some Dif Mculty Over the of the coliseum n Chicago until such time As the new Rena is ready and it probably a ill i a Rhio Gardiner and Lub of their Home Ames it thai irl end of the Benson in it. Louis. Thai is the tentative Olaf. Series. The game will take place this afternoon at varsity stadium. Toronto. The Ontario Union intermediate champions Hin will be decided when Sarnia invades Oshawa this afternoon. The wanderers will take a seven Point Lead into the second game against Oshawa. Sarnia lacked two of their Best players in wednesday s game but these will be Back for today s fight. Did you know that Johnny Sheppard a hockey player with the new York americans is a fur trapper during the off season and punch Broad Bent another of the hard Ameri cans is a in Nils player Larry Oaffney. The six Day Bike rider is a Brooklyn undertaker Paulino gave a dinner to the new York boxing writers and there was n t a fight because Jack Shar key was t there Paulino incl Sharkey sat at the same table at the dinner to Tex Rickard by his lion millionaires and Sharkey pulled Paulino s tie Loose and dared him to go outside. Sharkey escaped because Paulino could t understand English and thought the tie pulling a quaint bit of horse play. Big ten football Campaign nears end Illinois Ohio state Iowa and Minnesota still in running Chicago nov. 24. Minnesota s thundering horde carried the championship Hopes and fears of four teams As the big ten football Campaign ended on four wide separated fronts today. Three of the teams. Illinois. Ohio state and Iowa built their Champion ship Hopes on the ability of Minnesota to Stop Wisconsin at Madison and their own ability to win today while the badgers hoped to halt Minnesota and thereby Annex their first big ten football Crown since 1912. With Ohio state invading Illinois. Minnesota clashing with Wisconsin and Iowa fighting against Michigan at Ann Arbor a Day s crowd of or More the biggest in the big ten s history was Saracen wins Manchester november Handicap Manchester eng., nov. By Guy crusader out of Lovo in owned by major j. E. Court Auld won the november Handicap today. Norwest was second and Nestorian third. Twenty ran. There were one and s half length Between first and second and Fiva lengths Between second and third. The lifting was 6 to 1, 9 to 1 and 33 to 1. Seattle. Nov. Came to Seattle last night came Back a fans every Man email and child that the new million Ollar civilly built ice Arena could accommodate and the eskimos As t he new Seattle team is called stepping nto first.cc in the Pacific coast hockey league race with a 5-2 Victory ver the Portland buckaroos. But the hockey put on last night As he eskimos beat Portland for the second straight time was Good enough o satisfy the most sceptical. No two teams Ever battled More fiercely than did the two those fans last night. The eskimos won again because they have just a bit mcr2 experience with the Sticks and minds of Captain Cecil Brown and the Veteran coach Jac k Walker who. Despite he is almost 40 years Pla Yed his share of the time at right Wing. The Portland team looked As prom Ising if not More so than did the Seattle team even in defeat and there is plenty of Speed in the skates of Bert Conn. Jack Pratt and Earl Arm Strong. Ive team Junior hockey league for Winnipeg Winnipeg nov. Teams ill operate in Winnipeg Junior hockey his Winter following the admission 3t St. Vital into a Loop that had been planned As a four team circuit. Elm Wood Columbus varsity and pilgrims were admitted two weeks ago and St. Vital was expected to be excluded in order to better the calibre of Junior exhibitions. Expected to see the curtain fall. Two other games. Dartmouth at Northwest and Indiana at Purdue helped to increase the attendance Mark. One of Ilie latest seekers of Fristic honors in this to until from abroad is Dod Oldfield shown Here who arrived recently with the reputation of being one of the Best flyweight of England. His record is a Lori one and he is expected to get lots of work Here in the next Lew months Regina monarchs to meet Elmwood giants Regina saik., nov. Monarchs Dominion Junior hockey champions arc All prepared for their Jaunt to Winnipeg for their two game pre Senson series with Elmwood giants last year s Manitoba champions. The Reg inns will leave Here tonight son to get in a Good workout during the week end at Winnipeg. The games Are to be played at the amphitheatre rink monday and wednesday Niglas. Ask that several Kootenay creeks be closed to fishing prom our own correspondent Cranbrook nov. Regular monthly meeting of the executive of the Cranbrook District Rod and gun club was held in the City Hall monday eve Ning with president f. H. Pezall pre siding. It was decided to ask the assistance of the Hon. Or. King in securing a Buffalo head for the association. The Secretary d. Halcrow. Was asked to vitiate the department of Marine and fisheries requesting that tiie regulations in Force in West Kootenay re Garding Lake fishing when the Lake is free of ice. Be made applicable to this dist Rel and to request that All creeks flowing into St. Mary s River North Ana Wett of Bear Creek be closed. The Secretary was also asked to write Hon. R. H. Woolcy attorney general and to the provincial game Board recommending that a Hunter of Preda tory animals be appointed for this District and that game guardians be paid the Bounty on cougars etc., which they kill. 0. C. Cricket Brisbane Australia nov. Nordian press Cable via touring English Cricket team began match with Queensland Here today. The wicket was very Tricky after a rain and the bowlers of both sides came into their own. Queensland batted first and were All out for 116, White taking four wickets for 26. And Freeman five Wick ets for 51. Thompson was top scorer with 41. Not out. England had lost six wickets for 112 runs when play ceased for the Day. Chapman scored 35. Hobbs 30, and Sutcliffe 34. Ten thousand saw the game. London nov. Press changes in regulations governing English county Cricket were adopted today at a meeting of the advisory committee governing the game. A special sub committee which has been studying suggested changes today submitted a report which was adopted. It suggested that every country com Peting in the championship should play 28 games and no More against other competing countries. It was also recommended that the present system of percentages in compiling the averages should be abolished and the following method substituted win outright 8 Points match finished scores equal. 4 Points each team win in the first innings. 5 opponents 3 unfinished matches with no result on first or no play 4 each team. The county which gets the largest number of Points will be the Cham Pion. Jap wants opponent for boxing wrestling go take any weight professor Takahashi is asking for an opponent in a match that is sure to be unique. It is a mixture Between Boxin and wrestling containing a Little o both. He states that he a taker part in a number of these matche before and has not always come out on lop. He issues a Challenge to take o anyone of any weight. The mate will be divided into periods and the one is forced to give up. That will constitute a fall. It is usual for the fight ers to Wear four or five ounce Glove in this sort of a match. While wrestling recently at Raymon the Jap was challenged by Frank Pil ing of Cardston. Well known wrestler Takahashi has accepted filling s Chal Lenge but the time and place will b announced at a later Date. Strapped on behind the average vice president feels Lik a spare tire strapped on behind. Lucky to of tigers Dickey Martin Golf publisher and links addict has witnessed 12 player. Make holes in one various times but has never made one himself. Boasts sprinting Mark Bernal Wefers old time sprinter boasts the record of having raced 100 Yards in 0 4-5 seconds no less than 27 times. Some spectators will not take sides in a football on the. Fence fold meeting in a on tues Day to form four tears league the ladies of the City interested in Bowling will be Given an Opportunity to form a ladies Bow Pfaff league at a meeting which will la held at they on tuesday evening at 8 o clock. Interest in the game is mounting and on wednesday and saturday afternoons Many ski taken Vantage of the Opportunity to use the alleys. Should a league he organized the tames will most if Kerr be played on saturday it is thought that there Are sufficient of the fair interested to form a four team league. A ladies interested i a inure Are cordially invited to at tend the meeting. Milwaukee Drew Best Milwaukee of the two big minor leagues the american association a it International Drew the greatest at Tendance it s time to order your Christmas suit and overcoat my is utter a bom he s me or you Are sure of fit style Ancl value when you get it from us. We have four times the space in our new workshop that we had in our old premises Ancis have added a new department. Cleaning pressing repairing altering remodelling Quick service work Guaran teed reasonable prices r. S1nton tailor phone 2729 407 fifth St. S. Directly opposite old stand

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