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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET1TBRTDGF, Clfin, Confectionery Dominion Bowl- ing Alley Down Stairs Dominion Block, op- pooity Court House IS RULING FAVORITE Saii Francisco. -Nov. HO. Pack y oluar long bt'foi'i1 the sieppi'd onod as OIK- of lite hardest light- thicFarlaml anil ''Harlem Tommy into tin: ring. The in HIP hiisim-ss to heni. bout, awing-, to the champion's tteclari'il shortly bui'oru -o an aJjourn- HH'til (rccil for Monday ev- the Hoicl. SCOTCH AGREES TO MEET-ENGLISHMAN Abroad Next Summer turbance. but promptly louneemcut ot the second bll came from the gallory and hroiigh the whole house. The real j rioting broke out when -the "Play Seated. BT -this time most of the came on to announce that he bad rioters had been arrested. The rope-1 hilled his'father'and was lauded by lion of tbe first act was women character. There were >-ith little trouble. lories of "Shame! Shame" That's not Believe Action Concerted 1 Irish" and the like. The Irish players believe .tuere was I "The Play Boy oi the K concerted action on the part of the j World" as written by 3yufie, North Randal, silice th rioters and declared that little groups Is'taged by Lady-Gregory was deolAred appeared to be distributer! atlvan-jin n resolution recently passed by" the jof "is campaign _to Gn., taseously throughout the lioitue. Jrish. societies via an insult -toltbere to be made ready for ti-ip also developed that an attorney ap-jibe Irish race in that it was held lojto Russia la early summer, the police station several j be immoral and made a hern of a minutes before -any of the prisoners parricide. UNSATISFACTORY LISLE INDIANS BRING HOME CHAMPIONSHIP Today Is American Thanksgiving. Two departments of sport usually Hiold the spotlight on the 'other side on this and pugilism. Los Angeles was the centre to which pugilistic fans were vo have turned their today, but tlu; unfortunate stricken ing of Wolgast with appen- dicitis, preventing liis' with Fred- die Welsh, puts a damper .011 things of the ring. However, the McFarland- Murphy bout should nu almost as in- teresting, which )p .scheduled in take place t! 10re today, too, besides many minor events of the kind throughout the country. Today will end the American grid- has offered TO moot Alex Munro.-the iiron season, and according to Amcri- KBSilsh wrestler in convention papers the season has ended un- Knmas City, ana the official, of the satisfactorily. Missouri Athletic club cabled this at'-i 'K ended to till' dissatisfaction tcrnoon iho English an of-jof followers 0! many Of the big teams sproud Owner Billings Will Send Champion i'er for a match on December 28 win-'in cast because so many of the TROT IN RUSSIA AGREES TO TAKE ON ALEX MUN- RO BEFORE MISSOURI A. C. KANSAS CITY. BEFORE JANUARY 1st Kansas City, NuvJ ,nor b receive 75 jier cent of-.lie games were tied and several others I Ootch in a letter today offered to; wci-c relatively indecisive, owing t Chicago, N'ov. was recen-- 11K'CI at any time before i 11 scores -me1 Chicago yesterday that eavly hi Mry S, tororojie on. hK trip. (ow the champion trotter Uhlai owing tlie fact that in a victorv huiiE on the 10 Luroyu. I expect to lyave _ January 10." Qotch wrote. 'Til tllreiul nf 'ilspuu'" 3-4 will be shipped from Cleve- siat tlmt -the winner imiaf. receive 7ii A reviuiv 01" season's Western ]le been at per cent of the purie. and (ilcatcd .Munro 1ms in-j rocord of that he can command, back- shows no a bot j .games, siv oi lootlial! teams less Uian a dozen tied which were scoreless hold firiB on that. If Mimro iviints; lies. Princeton, which lays claim to Mulford's Great Victory Gives Him the Title When a white streak flashed by-the judges' stand at Ssvan'uah last Mon- afternoou at ,tho finish of the seventh, Vanderbilt cup race, the Am- erican automobile -world hailed Ralph 1C Mill ford driving a Lozier car, aa a new champion. Iforraanco of Harvey Herrick, in cover DOMINION LACROSSE LEAGUE !lh t there two yenrs.ago with Lou the r-eceipt. ot the letter WlLL bt, IJtiLLAKLU UU-1 LA W 5evorai ond-foaling Offor nxmg tlie date for Deoomber 28. icolts had as much speed for a brush In a recent letter Miiliro stated thnt Toronto, Ont, Xov, rbecause of the grea-t goal getting com-las ever, and her exhibitions were a he would his own expenses Kennedy is having troubles in organ- .Tiinatiou were when they ea- revelation to the "foreigners. Uhlan conic to America for a match with Ization of that Iran-Canadian club. Averted at.Sca'rboro Beach. Aspoll, of is ,to be driven to wagon by Mr. Bill- Gotcii, and 'that the latter might name Newsy Lalonde, it is reported, has the- AC. A. A. 'A. twelve is anotharjings during his trip, and it Is in- the terms, asked to play in the east next (easterner who is slated for a place jtention'.to have him up-to a mile fost- Euranier while Johnny Howard; the .on '-the Slinto Ciip Holders in 1912. It Lr tnan any trotter oiu- Sliamrock crack defence, re- is stated that the Dominion La-' former fused Salaries have taken wonderful jump how that there are three leagues instead of two bidding crease league >'ill be declared an out- law organization anU all who jump the U: to play 'in it be de- clared -iiielllffible for life. In addition lor tiio available material. In a Jeltei received by a friend of. Lester Patrick, j the N. L. U. will place the players of now In this city, he writes that La- the Tecumseh's sine of this country, after which he will he returned to New '-York and pointed for an effort against his .own mark. Mr. Billings has a winter place Jonde is a certainty for the Vancouver His on the" and states that will re- main on the coast for increase also. Jt is also s-aid 'that tour of Toronto's best meu will go west next spring. Con Jonas is very anxious to aecure Norman Haiyhaw, now on the coast likely to remain there, Eddie Pow- f ers, Frenclr Stagg, and Geo. .1. Kalla. In fact he lias offered the latter to join his team next year. Billy Pitz- Kerald is said -to be the man who re-jhas commended Kalia Cor the coast team -alias eh's and near Brunswick and during previous free' and make them winters has loBEed'the seldinu on the eligible for any other team. ye-rsity ,0f Pennsylvania, and was counted upon to carry everything be- fore him on th-s cind-sr will not be eligible becanss of proof that he turned professional under an winters has jogged' the gelding on the roads -throuiju the pine, forests there- about. It ia not known whether any other than U'hlan will make tho 'trip to Russia nor whether other coim- Wheu Lou Dillon William A. Martin, the sprinter, whi has entered the Uni- triaa will bo visited. ROLLER FAILS AGAIN Aberdeen, S. -D., Nov. R.P. Roller, the Seattle ivrostler, who agreed, to 'throw Geurge W." 'Turnor twice in an hour, failed to get even one fall tonight. case. Navy, in addition to scoreless games with Pennsylvania State and Western Reserve, and its defeat of Army was hut n 3 to 0 vic-j tory. Array also tied Georgetown aga of 74.88 this match he must come to America j the big lour championship, tied with I Not only had .Jhilforil lowered all I will prefer to. have -the. match the Lohigh and Navy, and won from Har-I previous Vandorhilt records, but lie The journey airoad is .being mads 'iMi December. If this match, j yard, Dartmouth and Yale by mu-Jhad surpassoa tho Santa ilonicn per- in fulfilment of a. promise made by. of not over three points each C.K.G. Billings, -owner of TJhlaiii, to leading Russian breeders wtwm he was two rears .ago with Lou Dillon. (ereodos. Do Pfllraa fin- more than two miuutosj behind the winner and eight minutes jit advance oi the other Mercedes tnmt; Spencer AVisbart, who was third Many Forced to Drop Out Only six cars finished of the 1-1 that started, Hobburnian and David Bruce a scoreless game. Intersectional Title tn Doubt Harvard and Vale played without tesulb in the settle an- cient rivalry, aiur the intersecfcional contest between Michigan and.Syra- cuse, the Wisconsin-Minnesota game, h crucial one. in the west, also were without decisions. In the records of 10 eastern col- abrond .she was accompanied by CA-RLiSLE INDIANS EASTERN CHAMPIONS OF THE'STATES several other members of tlie Billings! stable and one- tlieiii, the stallion Providence, NOT? Fleming Boy was uresented by Carlisle Brown.6. Bflllnss to tho Anatrian Jockey club, rJ and la now being used In .the stud. I v Browne, winners of last year's grand prize race wore among those forced to drop out, through tbe defection of their machines., The race was run without the exac- ,11011 of the ufeual toll of life. Among leges Carlisle; stands out 35 the team numerous accidents which befell con- rolling un the largest aggregala testants to the detriment of. tho score. The Indians scored. Dances ito win the coveted trophy only one imperiled life. X rear wheel on. Bruce Browne's 'Fiat car flow off afcter a turn had been (taken at slow speed, but Browne and his mechanic escaped. Burman Victim of Bad Luck 'Burman was the hard luck. Me had just driven his Marmon around the seventh in record time, one minute and a half behind Mulford, the when a loosened connection Burman abandoned ibe luce. ,f. Cyrus Patchlto driver of tho oilier Jiarmon entry, wns running a good 'race, when -the air pump gave way en aggregala The Indians scored. 2ti6 points against their and al- though defeated by one point by Sy- racuse, they boast victories over Har- vard and .Pennsylvania. The Indians will play Brown to- day, and arc decided favorites. Cornell' Favorites Cornell and Pennsylvania, both de- feated by Pennsylvania State, will meet at Philadelphia, with the Him-! cans strongly supported as favorites, Pennsylvania State, still undefeated, j meets Pifctsbuug. Tire defeat' of Wisconsin hy Chicago tlie ninth lap and forced Mm ou> of and Minnesota's victory over Illinois the contest. Joe Malaon took his FiaE apparently gives, the western to camp when a leaky radiator QIICC championship to Minnesota. j threatened the destruction-of his en- The Eastern Scores 'gine' Mulford Tires Ihe point standing 01 large eastern teams up t0 date follows AHUford said he owed bis victory .Points 'inrgely to good luck with tires., He Carlisle 2S6 j Pennsylvania State. JyR' Prince'ton-................ 1711 scored, Oppon'ts. i .made but one change. Do Pahna was Yale I Dartmouth Pennsylvania I Cornell I'Tarv'ard Army 16 L '122 121 110 OR 43 15 15 11 II NOTES CTJiYARD UN E 1 XMAS EXCURSIONS IS THE TIME to Uiaki) reservation of bertha. Dlo not wait until the last minute T.S.8. !'Ausonla" from Mont- real 18th New T.S.6, "Ascania" from 2nd CABIN TO "LONDON AND Lnf- and ip. THIRD H1RD CLAE v These rates are the lowest ob- service unexcelled. 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