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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEtnBRJDGE DAILY HERALD, Thursday, November Etepsms PUNS FOR SPBNG RECRUITS WILL TRAIN AHEAD OF REGULARS FOR VERY GOOD REASON LISIOF1 Moose Jaw Man Offers to Put't Up a Trophy-Bob Pearson I Interested Calgirr, Nov. of the formatuxt ol a Western Canada Hock- ey leajee fashioned along the same lines as the Western Canada Rugby union hate been revived by the re- ceipt cl a letter by President rear- son of the Alberta Hoc'sty associa- tion from T. 1'atton ot Moose Jaw, whose oKer last year to donate a trophy to represent the Western Canada 'hoctey championship stirred up some talk ol the. formation ol a Western Canada union. The Alberta Hockey association jook up the mat- ter and went cu record as favoring such an organization. But all el Secretary Mum's letters were unan- swered anS it was thought- that the idea had died of a natural death un- til the receipt oi the letter from Mr. Patten this The reason that no more was heard ol the schece was due to a mistaie in the direction of a letter. After travelling all over Albexta and Sas- JOE-LALLY' H-E'S A BEAR! dispatch to (he New York World from Lawrence. Mass.. contains of tie World, has Issued a challenge that he can cat more San anv two mea losetber. He three world's "records' Amon. lits claimed gastronomic feats are: Fortv pounds ot watermelon ill one hour. Seve'nly-eijht pancakes In flfiy-seven mlnuies. Six boiled dinners at ou'j meal. One hundred anJ thirty-two cgss-raw, scrambled. fried, boiled, ana at cue meal.. Kifiy-riEtil ears or corn nt ono sitting. Six ro'jiiils of steak. one ol onf one-halt Wad of hotter, a diib o( primes, live potatoes and a pint of ice cars 'ot coru. eivlil of bread, two places of pie. twelve frankfurters, two Quarts of tea. ail at one time. OHdden he doubts UID accuracy of Hie newspaper account of a r-s m Brooklyn esss at a meal.. "Thai's more than 1 ever he ailds. NOT WORTH QUARTER MILLION HAS -BUT. PALTRY SUM OF Joe is known from'coest to coast that taken a 7reit i boosting of thi great Canadian game, deal ot personal pride in the designing He .starts in on tnr grouno ax ol the trotfy and consequently From experience h. completion was very greatly delayed.; that the-only way hops Mr Patten's idea was to fpa.ke work a lasting aiicceis, trophv a challenge trophy somewhat' Ii by. getting.the boys .to take up-tne similar to toe Allen cup except won" M they-.re -able to _....... it would represent the championship wield-, atlsk. Mr. tally W of Manitoba, Saiiitchwau and Al- through Alberta next .pring and th. terta. Three trustees well .ail VfWu'n trol the destiny of the or.e the oU boys.of the game .will have from each province. Mr. Pearsoa-Tras an--opportunity 'of V-, _ ..__, V _, i tki Chicago, Nov. reports that Packey McFarland had amassed a for- tune of a quarter of a miJllon dollars from his wori In the wal- loped the Stockyards' Irishman Tight where bo lives.-' There's no truth-in them. All he's got'in the'world Is a paltry SS5.000J .-That's what Packey himself said a.feW days ago.' Tha'aeilatl'on over itio requirements "of'the" incorae.lai law, which became 'effective, recently, probably is vrba Caused' Paiej issue' a .bllilerlng requested to be the Al- berta tnislee. In replying to tte letter Mr. Pear- ton stated, that he thought and un- derstood thai it would be. best fp have the trophy controlled by the ex- "ex'ulive pi the Western Canada Hock- F.y league it such an organizetion were formed.' He explained the woriingbl the Western Canada Rugby union and the way that organization controlled the competitions for tie Hugo.Ross Memorial trophy. Mr. Pearson's reply may result in the formation of such a rfnion. It-.it is not formed the donation oi a trophy.to represent the Western Can- aria hockey championship will at Irast result in more games being played bi- tween the teams of the three prairie prflviaces. lal'Joe' andjielping him to further, trt; internrtl ef the game that id iuprtm: "in iportlng circles of this M IS MEN UP VANCOUVER -CRACKS ANXIOUS TO ARRANGE MATCK FOR MEDICINE HAT BALL CLUB LIVES IN HOPE Hal, Nov. B. pin- lay waa elected president of the Medl. cine Hat professional baseball club at the annual meeting last night Tte club Is encouraged over prospects o pelt seuon, and.lt Is reported lha Kanager Dunn has a fine" Elrln; o playen. Financially the club' la 1n a favorable poalffon. GET KID OF IT GO GET IT STRUCK HIM PARISIANS. .MOBBED THE-'GERM AN Paris, Nov. Johnson's debut as a last nighl, occasioned a riot The colored pugil- ist, %at. the Nouveau Cirque, .twice .hrew 'the German wrestler, Ijrbacb who bad been the object of hostile de- mon btration, on account ol his unfair methodE. 5 After the second, Urbach struck Johnson In Ihe face, but the boxer only laughed. The audi- ence, however, rushed the stage, and the German sought safety In flight A riot prevailed for half an hour, and the police mads a number of arresls. FREDDIE WELSH IS WINNER IN GOTHAM New York, Nov. Welch, lightweight champion of England, out- foiighl and outbpied Phil Bloom, of Brooklyn, In "a' lea-round bout last night ____......AMtedMn certain nre.ery., Interesij-v owns'a.couple his parents, 'aid4ir.oth.er, of which is "presented, to. bis 'jinQtber, Also Packey. has a motor ciri "This stuff in the papers about me gitting for boring Is enough to elve iae Ihe pro- tested ain't-so.- Why, when I.bpiea.Tonray .Murphy _in New Tork s few weeks'ago 1 got only 600.' That ain't" or a match, is I only wish it was. 1 never would box aeain If I got that much dough 1 pulled on a glove. "There's some sense to' the talk that I'm soing to null Ibis business within a year, and it 'till be no 'Bat Nelson' Tel.lrefierit, either. -I'll stay quit." The Chicago -ring, mvvel .said he bothering hla curly head about boxing, as he was having too much enjoyment prowling arojnd In his motor car. But he allowed if some of tho Wisconsin" promoter's thought they could produce enough coin, and a. suitable opponent as an he'd give the proposition considerable 11 en lion. Calgary, Nov. fame of Cal DJiry's bowlers has gone abroad, and a dispatch from Vancouver-thin morn ing contains a challenge to Jlitchel and Patrick, the two local fo a'series of games 'with Marsh Hod 5 and Kenny Campbell, of Vancouver for a side bet of J10QO. Thd dispatch reaiis: Vancouver, Nov.- 25.t-T.bf '.Vincou 'publishes-' as challenge 6 teh ait. of aid Kenn Campbell, pi sldeat. ".'otL'th'e1 nL_ Mllfcheli fo a series' '.of home gani ei 'the number be of I'lOM. The in' clt a ulcl. I, Jotjil -to .count.1 personai> receive from BarneyJ stales 11 a fide one an that the bowlers Ijnea. business. f Palrfck Mitcl.ell. have- bee iRllentingAfiv ln''the weal for a series of gameVand -while they could not be reached: this afternoon, it is likely that the Vancouver chal- lenge will tti accepted, and the inter- clly series arranged for some time next 'month, possibly during, the Christmas holidays. Chicago. -N'ov. Evers, of the Cube, will put !u a long season cu the job next year It ulaus he has in mind work'out satisfactorily II? Is meditating, beginning bla own spring training along xltb that ot bunch of Cub recruits and pitchers as early as February 9 although that dat has _nbt been definitely fixed. The Trojan's Idea Is to start th young players and. ell the pitcher- setting Into condition at Tampa a fort iu Mui'Muto oJ the rest of th "Best Procurable." Scolcb Whiskey at each Let your order early to eniure prompt delirerjr being made The Hudson's Bay Co. UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA HAS SPLENDID GYMNASIUM Opened Last Saturday and Best In the Weit (Special Correspondence fo Herald) Edmonton, Nov. -.contract- ora have juat completed the Univer- sity gymnasium here, anO it Is said to be the best and largest in tho west Physical Director Wood prepared nn excellent Jor Ihe opening last Saturday night Indoor baseball, wrestling, boxing and other'gym work was exhibited, and It was seen thai the college has an abundance df phy- sique, an.] the kind that promises to lake a leading part in athletics of. the province. Dr. Tory had some nice words to ;ay anenl the splendid gymnasium, and Its place In life at Ihe college, ind lo see tho students make a name for themselves In thin department. A basketball game between the Al. 3erta college' and the 'university re- sulted In a win for1 Ihe lallor by 16 FIRST PRIZE............... SjU SECOND PRIZE............. PRIZE FOURTH PRIZE..............- FIFTH SIXTH PRIZE.......... SEVENTH PRIZE............ EIGHTH PRIZE............... .NINTH TENTH PRIZE........... ,060.00 -100.00 200.00 125.00 100.00 50.00 40.00 35.00 25.00 25.00 TOTAL................. S2.000.00 The above-tells the contest stoiy. RULES FOR THE CLOSE OF THE.CONTEST As stated at the beginning ot the Herald's Subscription Campaign, and replatedTmany Umel slnca that time, the contest wlllclose Monday, Docerabe-r Jlonday. Clly. candidates will bs allowed imlil 11 o'clock Monday nlxbl to turn in subsc'ripliohs. Canaidales o-Jtside of the city of l.ethbrldge will be allowed to mail subscription'reports Monday nlsnL lo office stamp o.i the envelope, the candldalo should have one Or more w nesses sign'this" statement written on the back of the envelope, 'Mall- ed'before midnlfht, Monday nisbt, DMember 1st" All remittances must be accompanied by express money order, post office order; or bank draft, payable at par in Abridge. Any personal cheques sent must be marked "accepted. bo held Tuesday evening, at S o'clock, In the contest, office In the Acadla building. W. A. Henderson t Co., chartered accountants, will havo charge of the 'counting ot tte voles. Candidates are Invited to be present. Tlie awarding of the prizes Is a simple process: The candidates having the highest vote, will be awarded_ first prize, the ocj having the second highest will get swanS prize, and so on until ten prize's are taken up. The remaining active candidates will be oaid 10 per cent commission upon all subscription collections nemernber that Ihe contest closes Monday night and that the count- Int of the votes will be held Tuelday night nt the contest offlce in Ihe Acadla'buildlng; CEO. WOULO UHEO AGAINST MIKE GIBBON recently knocxei out Frank Klaus, ii being spoken o at a bipoeent tor Mike Gi bons at ..'Skjuare Garde Chip's 'manager! bowever, ihsiaU. tha Chip-be! allowed weigh in at 15 pounds 3' o'clock, to which prop tlori Gibbons hasn't replied. Chi rfghlng'ln at 158 at 3 o'clock mlg ome In' the ring seven hours later a om'eUiIng like 165 and as Ibboris' best flghtlng weight is about 50 at-ringslfle. Jlike would be giving way qulle a bit of'.weight. Gibbons, ks Ihe majority of bosers of today, oesn't like 'to gjve away weight, es- eclally to a dangerous man, but at hat lie might do It in this case. It would be interesting to see how the 'delayed punch" would work on the shifty Mike. GEORGES CAHPENTIER IS VERY SUSPICIOUS Georges Carpentler meets Bombardier Wells at the National Sporting club of lor.doa, on the night of December S, Ihe Frenchman will demand that a fellow-countryman be allowed to act ai one of the judges in rendering the The Bom- bardier is likely to be favorite In Ihe betting, dsaplte the fact that he was knocked out in a former meeting with the Idol ot France, it IK said that Weils has grown more rugged of late, having put on several pounds of llght- weight. Standing of the candidates in The Htrald Subtcription Campaign, according to the'votes deposited at the offlcV up to yest.rd.y stanAhg be-publl'ihei Saturday, the- lait time, before the final count. H. HJNDLEY, Migrath, MISiS VERTA PICKEL, 1312 MISS ETHEL Alti.'.......... MR..CHAS. WE8TLEY, 917.8th St S.......Vj............. M'lSS MAYME McMAHON, Baront, MISS ROSE HARKER, Carifatort, Alta MISS M. Frank. Afti............................. MRS. E. AflMSTRONG, 937 13th St MR. EDGAR SA1NSBURY, Cranbrook, B. C. pBpRNE, 10th St. >V. Miss MARY McDONALO, Blalrmore, Alta..................... MR. EDWARD. READ, Plncher MISS ETKEt-'SAUNOERS, 623 10th St. S.................... MRS. A. B; PIPES, 414 6th Ave. S................... MRS. O. H. BENSON, Diamond City...........' MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 10th St. MISS.EVA HUTTON, 814 6th Avt. S......v................. MlSS'lAURA TELFER, Fernle, B.C........................... MRS. L. B. SPARKS, MR GERALD DULMAGE, Bow Alta........'........... MISS FLORENCE SHAND, 343 ISth St. N.............- JEAN PATTERSON, 660 6th St S...................... MR. WM. ISAAC, NobWofrf, Alia............. MISS HELEN LEE, 6th Ave. S........................... MISS MAGGIE MOORE.1731 6th Ave. CHIEF MOUNTAIN, Bleed Reaerve, Maclfxi MISS CLARA BJORKSLAD, 1220 5th Ave. 5................- 310.700 ..1I89.0C-0 103.660 51.700 CAST KEEL OF SHAMROCK IV." GoBSport, Kng.. Nov. ThM. Lipton and a fow friends .were pres- ent today at the casting of the keel of the.Shamrock IV, at the shipbuilding yards of ChaB. E. NlcholBon, the designer.of the new challenger lor the. ArnerHan.cap. Frank Tlrvdgea was fatally Injurei switching cars at Kenora.. Buy yourself a Scmi-reidy suit to-day. It'3 worth your while to know that 100 rjer.ceut. of your money paid for, value. bwl you're not. helping jto pay: for Lho other That's only of reasons why St and Ovcrcoata cost less than at the retail tailor's. Then compare .the ftvelt; graceful design of the 8emi ready garment even though' i be but 925.': The Semi Emprew Block, Ltthbrldft. C. ISateman, APROPOS SKATING AT HENDERSON LAKE i> WINNER WILL FIGHT CHAMPION RITCHIE ft Los Angeles, Ca1, N'ov. Joe Rivers, of Angclee, :f aid Leach Cross, of New York, llghtwelghUi will box a twenty 4-oiind match at the Vernon 4 arena today. They have mot twlco In no-decision bouU, and 'i th'ls match will determine who shall fight the champion light- 4 weight, Willie Hllchle, on New day. Doth men will weigh In at 133 poundi. -There (a little betting and 4 placed far. have been at even money, "THE CONTEST CLOSES DECEMBER FIRST "The Lethbrideo offlclal pa- per of the local Y. M. If A., In Its Issue of Wednesday, has something interesting to say' the hockey- playing and skating Hen- dereon To wit: In regard to lhvj hockey situation, are beginnlng-to wonder'where we "come off at." Henderson Lake has frozen over lo the depth of about three Inches and most of It Is very fine Ice, although a trine dusty at present. Even if iha weather does not- get Juch coltler than the iaal few weeks, he Jake will soon i'j ready for ekat- ng. 'We underdand Mr. Olllcsple applied for rights lo construct a rink on thi leu. If this right la granted we Tvljl got no skating there wllhou' paying for II. We are nulls sure tha would ibe very unaallstacfory lo ho majorll) of Ihe younger people of .he clly, and.tho school children es- after all do molt of the ikatlng. Unfortunately most boys are not overly supplied with dimes and and by the llrrfj a fellow has (kaled about twice, hla limit for Ihe wex-k would bo reached. Now are not against.the.'proposal to creel a rink on the Ice and'accommodallon for skaters. -H tho city cannot do It. Int Mr. Oillcsplc; It be n good thinfi for Hie general p-ibllc even It It driean't Bull the rising nut to come hack lo the hockey. If --e can't play at the'Park as we did several tlmca last year, "wo must have Ihe rinks provided tho city In such a shape as lo he able to depend on Oicui. A few practical we feel, would improve tho rinks a great dcnl.lt carried put. While the rlnka last year were a vast Improve- ment on thoifc of Ihe year before, yet they were far from being good rinks. If the dimensions could be increased by a few feet, particularly the wldlli, n much better game of hockey could bo Another thing which was very dangerous last year, was tho boards around tlie These were about two and one-half feet high, just high criodgh (o calch a'person about tha knees, and when checked ho cpuhl easily be thrown over on his head, i f two or three more boards were put; on It would be much more satlsfac- t :ory would perhaps pretest a ser- ious accident. The of dress- ing roomu'wns very inadequate last year, the rink on Sixth Avenue hiwlng one little 6x10 room. A One thing is will- ing' for hockey. The wcaUC-ir Is cold enough at nlchl lo freeze n good sur- everything is ready for tlie pdwera thai to to construct the rlnka and flood Ilicm. Wo Iiopo lo bo play- Ing hockey In Another ten It not be n. vain ;