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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 6. THE LETTITIRIDOE DAILY HEHALD November 25, .'19.11. Clfirt, Tobiccoi, Confectionery Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down Stairs Dominion Block, op- petite Court. Houie VARSITY BEAT ARGONAUTS IN BIG RUGBY FINAL TODAY HARMONIOUS MEETING OF PROVINCIAL HOCKEY LEAGUERS AT CALGARY Four Divisions, North, Central, Calgary and South LetlibriJge, Taber, Medicine Hat and IJassano in South-Local Man Vice- President Residence Clause Settled Calgary. Xov. meeting of the Alberta Amateur Hockey Associa- tion which had threatened 10 be u hot bed of dispute and hard feelings, pass- ed off harmoniously last'night with all I factions working together to make better and cleaner hockey in the pro- ,vince or' Alberta this coming season. Several resolutions were tion which was successfully formed this past season. The Officers-elect The officers elected for (he coming season wore us follows: Premier Sif- ton, Hon. President; Fl. B. Bennett, Toronto, Xov. ally of Toronto won the Do- minion foot hat I chumpiiiHhlp from the Argonauts 4ioday hy fourteen to seven. OLD COUNTRY-FOOT BALL GAMES TODAY Bin past. The one question which on the minds of all was that of the residence clause in tho old con- stitution, which clause in the past lias caused unlimited trouble and dis- putes. Upon the motion of R. H. Uobson, of Lethbridge, it was decid- ed io pass -the following "Thai all previous residence classes be rescinded and that in the future 5n order to he eligible to play on any team in tho A. H. A. a player must a bona-fide resident of ihe city or town in which be is playing on or before the first day of November of the concurrent year." Considerable discussion took place over thfs question. Deacon White first submitting; a motion which pro vided for a three months' residence. When it was seen ihis could not be carried the sentiment was that such a stringent provision would ex- clude players who might come to this country during the fall and with this clause in the constitution would not be able to play this year. Another qnes'iion of importance especially to Edmontonians was the decision 10 call Edmonton and Strathcona one cHy as far. as the constitution was concerned and this would allow players from Strathcona proper playing on Edmon- ton teams and vice versa. A resoln- lion, introduced hy Deacon put the meeting on record as favoring the formation of a Western Canada i Hockey Association along -the lines of j the Western Canada Rugby Associa- London, Nov. today in .ESociation and .Rugby .football were follows: First Division Blackburn Rovor.s -1, VToolwieh Ar- senal 0; Bury 1, Bolton Wanderers Liverpool 0, Preston North End 1; Manchester United H, Astonvil'n 1; .MicldlesboroiiRb Ohlham Athletics 0; Hon. vice-president; Rev. Robt. County 2. Sheffield United 0; president; R. H. Dobson, Letb- (Sheffield Wednesdays 4, Hradford Bridge, 1st. vice: Deiicon White, Ed- Smiderlarid I, Manchester i; Tottenham Hotspurs Newcastle United 2; West Bromwich Albion 1, Everion 0. Second Division B.irnaley 4, (lainshorough Trinity Birmingham 0. Bristol City 0; Black- BLIND BOYS PLAY FOOTBALL AND START THE SEASON WITH VICTORY IN HARD "GAME THE. BtilKD EL.EVEN: vel. Thfe province was divided into four sections, Kdmontou, Central, Cal and Southern. Following are teams: Maritime and Varsity. Doer, combe, Olds, Didsbuvy several others. A. A., St. Marys ml Centrals. pool 1, Chelsea 0; Bradford I, Leices Stettler, La- and probubly ter Posse 1; Derby County Leeds jCity'2; fHillmm 1, Wolverhainpton Wanderers l; CIossops U, Notts For- est'O; Huddei'Sfield Town 0, Clapton Oriems 0; Hull City 1, Grimsby Town 0; Stockport County 0. Burnley 3. Southern League Queen's Park Rangers 2, Brighton and Cove Albion 0; H rent ford 0, Stoke 1; Exeter City 0, Coventry City 0; New Brompton 0, Ley ton '2; Wat- l Southern Medicine Hal, Mat-lead, Tuber and Bassauo. Meeting Summarised Residence clause requiring all play- ers to be hona fide residents of the city or town for which they play on or before November 1 of concurrent year. Resolution favoring1 (.he formation of a Western Canada Hockey Associa- tion and instructions given to the secretary to communicate with Sas- katchewan and .Manitoba organiza- tions with the view of forming an or- ganization. Undenrtiinding which will elimln-1 ate friction In the north by which (Rangers 7, -Hamilton Academicals 0; Edmonton and Stratbcona will be con- Covers 3; Patrick Thistles 2; sitlered as one city so that players living hi either cKy may play with a team of the other. Decision that in case a team is not able to finish the season that all ?ames played by that team be thrown outs and counted neither as wins or osses. ford Norwich City 1; Reading 2, Crystal Pal-ace u; PJymonth Argyles I, Southampton U; Midwall 0, Northampton West ham United 0, Swindoh Town 2: Bristol Rovers 2, Luion 1. Rugby Harlequins 35, Guys Hospital 12; Blackheath 1G, Oxford University 6; Bedford 5, London Welsh 3; Durham II, Lancashire 6; Moseley C, Richmond Scottish .League Hearts of Midlothian l, Aberdeen. 2; Ardriqnians 0, Greenock- -Morton.'' 1; Mother-well 3, Celtic'2; Clyde 1, Hi- bernians 0; KHmarnock 1, Dundee 0; Jrd Lanark -i; Fallkirk 2; Glasgow Pailey St. -Mirreii "2, Queens Park 0. The football team of the sightless boys of tlie Kentucky Institute foi- tne Blind In Louisville ha a a rival this year among tlieir fellows in tlie Sold of re- markable nchiev.emcnt Tlie Boy Scouts of the school have been organlxod ind are hard at work perfecting themselves In the work oC trni! and field with- out the aid of eyes. The football eleven of the blind school has started the season with a victory over the Bank Street Stars, n team of equal weight and not Imtulk-appi'd Inck of sipbt. Thoiish (lie blind boys piny teams of equal weight or even heavier and with perfect sisht. they do not nsk any concession save that they erv "pass" when the ball is snapped.- For the rest the blind boys trust to the'r EHpcrior sense of soiiiul. to their perfect condition aud to the determination with which they enfer into urerytblnc AMERICAN LEAGUE HAD NATIONAL OUTCLASSED He Like to 1 and Every- bpdy Laughs Thereat C. tfv'Kekslojtjn Vtil'iii all probiibil- iy resign his chief execu- tive Llie Wi'JftX'rn, t-'anuda its niurL intti'Ufig. Mo has never ijljat lie'will, wi'th his inyn business requiring so much uf his limn, coupluil with-the prominent part ho is required to I'Uiy us head of tlit; Lei-hhridgc Kuir .asso- ciation, it-is altogether likoly that hu will luivi1 no time to give to any of- in .lack Sinister, famous as umpire, KIT ins to liavr inside information that- UK; league will have ii new president, next, year he lias an idea Umv hu is going to he the man to fill C. J. Kcksiorm's .shoes. H is an explosive idea in the luintls of newspiiner writ- S9IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THEWATEKOf QUAUTY Is told wkerever" gentle- 5 men :or, for Home ute, by all grocers. Specify Z U by uune. a 5 PAGNUELO WINE A SPIRIT CO, vilti'd and exlituisfed the sport R ot hut gumc.lfltlu city, ind a real estate boom. Mouse Leeds a baseballical rest, whaluvi-c lliut is, and Uugiua which has rwiu- pettilL'd from its baseball exper- ience is ready to tackle it again. In- cidentally Mr. Sinister ink-mis remov- ing to Keginu. The Shutter League H'' the-'league that Broths Sinister proposes r Hegjna, loon, Lelhbridge, ljrincii Albert, Ed- tnonton and .'Calgary. fj's around the cimiit and tlie knocks such league is very likely (0 ev_. that ShusiiT is receiving from that ('r except in the fertile hrain ut ijuarter :s enough to make him but lU'vorlheless it ex- get thf thought of being big mogul 'ten: just as as life. There the ...Thu. AUiortun hutl the following to say 'a stiff-jolt or something ;uarantL'ed to-steady the nerves and hi'ii 'prepare for the shock. Jack >hustiT, I'.v-iimnirc, real estate agent dtul light promoter, has been suggest- ed- as'di'iit of ilm Western Can- u'a HaspbaU luagw Who suggested liin J. Sinister himself. "Of course he don't cume right out nd out, ami say that he to lie resident, but he very gently insinu- H's. in i( letter to President Samuel Savage of the Uroudios, that a cer- ajn young fellow, who lives in Moose is just one thing more impr.obablo than this tho chance of Mr. Shuak'r being prvBidmit of it. Toronto Pros, Officers Elected for Aeaion Bruce Ridpath Will- Toronto, 2-) met