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Winnipeg Tribune (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Winnipeg, ManitobaIt the Winnipeg evening Tribune monday december 12, 1932 13no definite action taken in Amateur pro. Question fourteen boxers . Refers matter Tel al to special committee i heated discussion waxes Over proposal to lift barriers a. H. Crocker succeeds Morkin As president new Amateur Union Leader a elected president of Amateur athletic Union of Canada r Ottawa d c. 12�?for another year at least there will be no change in the Rule forbidding professionals in one Branch of sport to play As amateurs in another. The threatened Battle to the finish Over the question at the annual meeting of the Amateur athletic Union of Canada tailed to materialize when a plan was advanced to refer the matter to a committee. For a few minutes at the close of the convention saturday debate was hot As James Mcquaig of Ottawa declared sport in Canada was it no longer sport but a profession a millions of dollars each year and w. A. Fry of Dunnville came Forward with a plea for maintenance of the ideals of Amateur sport. The committee scheme was advanced by or. A. S. Lamb of Montreal who Eald the question was serious enough to Merit study and could not properly be dealt with without information. The committee will look into the scheme from the Point of View of the .�?Ta relations with the olympic games and International sport organizations prepare a Brief setting out arguments for and against circulate this among the branches and Allied sport organizations and submit it with recommendations to the next annual meeting. Appointment of the committee will be the duty of the new president j. Howard Crocker of London and the new executive. Attempts to Block discussion an attempt to Block the discussion on the ground the Saskatchewan Branch had not sent the Resolution in within the time required by the Constitution was made by h. H. Roxborough. Of Toronto but failed. President James Morkin of Winnipeg ruled the Resolution was a a a legally before the meeting a quot from my observation a said or. Fry quot the men who arc the strongest critics of Amateur sport Are those who would be glad to see this Union wrecked. It us not throw Down the generation in front of us for the Saks of the generation behind it was a question of implanting proper ideals in the Young generation leaving the schools he said t the Union should strive to teach them to play the game for the game s ease to stick to the principles they Learned from their teachers. If professionalism were tolerated. An athlete leaving school would be told to a get his because everyone else is getting must protect youths a we Are trying to keep our boys and girls pure and True and straight a said or. Fry a and in saying that i am not saying professionals Are not All right. Professional hockey is something any Amateur a Rev Well aspire to hut we must protect the youths.1�?T the functioning of hockey and baseball clubs now was the Best answer to those who a calmed the change would not work said i. Co alg. A a it is working very nicely hut it is casting an awful reflection on the intelligence of this Union. We Haye been getting in pretty deep in the last four or live years and we Are not going to get any better by putting this Oft for another the Constitution was an Ideal and because it was not wholly fulfilled was no reason for abandoning it said or. Roxborough. A i believe the principles of the organization arc High and i do not think we should tone them Down to suit those who do not believe in them. If they do not like them let them go out and form their own challenges pro. Charges in connection with charges. Levelled at Amateur hockey in on r in or pnvhnrw11 out h nirl a Minnesota minn., dec. 12 a fourteen Boxer including Jack Gibboni of st. Paul were suspended for 30 Days by the state boxing commit ion saturday for appearing on a illegal professional program at st. Cloud thursday. Secretary David Arundel said the suspensions were Light because it was their first offence. Under Minnesota Law professional fight cards Are allowed in Minneapolis st. Paul and Duluth Only. Gibbons son of the phantom Mike famous Boxer of other Day mad hit professional Bow Only last month. Brushing up on sports Beryl Armstrong upsets mrs. G. Pirt Arsenal soccer team consolidates position , or. Roxborough said he thought too much attention was Given to the senior teams. There were far More players in Junior and intermediate ranks than in senior and they were certainly free from taint. To challenged or. Mcquaig or any one Clee to bring Forward evidence of professionalism in Ontario hockey. As the chief proponent of the Saskatchewan Resolution. Or. Mcquaig led the Way to the adoption of the amendment refer ing it to a committee. He said he Felt the idea had made definite Progress and he would be satisfied if n Strong committee were named to study it. Decision was reached saturday to place the awarding of the Norton h. Crow memorial trophy on a permanent basis. The executive was instructed to draw up a deed of gift vesting the trophy in the Union and to appoint a committee of three trustees to formulate a set of condition covering its award. A replica of the trophy which is awarded annually to the outstanding Canadian Amateur athlete of the year is to be Given permanently to each person winning it. Officers named j. Howard Crocker of London to the new president of the Union succeeding James Morkin. Of Winnipeg. The honorary treasurer Claude Robinson of Winnipeg and the honorary Secretary. John Leslie of Edmonton were reflected other members of the executive representing the branches Are of. W. Bellamy. Alberta h. A serve is. Thunder Bay George s. Guthrie Ontario c. C. Gillespie. Maritime George Pushman Otta j. H. Crocker kiwis assume first place followers of the . Inter club basketball league yesterday witnessed two of the most exciting games played since the inception of the league. Kiwis last years champions were extended to the utmost and had to come from behind to gain the leadership of the league by defeating top notches 38 to 32. In the first encounter Peppy pals put on a last minute rally to overcome a four Point Lead and then continued their Fine play in overtime to win 28 to 24 from demons. The teams were a Peppy pals 28 Bromberg 7, Guberman 6, Ostrov 8, Rosen m. Rosen 7. Demons 24 Lepkin 10, b. Smor Din 4, h. Broverman 4, Listernick 4, h. Sword in 2. Kiwis 38 Colman 14, Perlmutter al. Roes 4, Chernuck 12. Marantz Kobrinsky 2. Top notches 32 Sarner 20, Feldman Sair 3, j. Chmelnitsky 5, Roy 4. Weston monarchs trim Stony Mountain. 9-4 Stoney Mountain. Man. Dec. 12. Weston Monarch Defeated Stoney Mountain 9 to 4 in an exhibition hockey game. Saturday night. The teams battled it out at even Pace in the first period and at the interval wite tied 2-2. The monarchs Lead .1 to 3 at the end of the Middle period and rattled in four More goals to the Homes terse solitary tally in the third session. London Dee. 12 a week end games in the English football league saw Arsenal consolidate its position at the top of the first division by defeating Chelsea 4-1, while Sheffield wednesday came up to enter into a virtual tie with Aston Villa for second place. The weather was bitterly cold and the attendance Small except in the London area presence of the Prince of Wales who opened the new Arsenal stand at Highbury Park Drew a crowd of 60,000 persons. While at Craven cottage where Fulham and Tottenham How spurs fought to a 2-2 tie in the second division there was a record attendance of 44,000. Bastin opened the scoring for Arsenal in the first five minutes and the gunners continued to press throughout the half. Hulme scored immediately after resumption from jacks pass. Then Russell of Chelsea scored direct with a free kick. Coleman tallied from hulmes pass and Bastin added the fourth goal for gunners in the last minute of play. Wednesday rallies Only 8,000 persons watched Sheffield wednesday Down middles Borough to Edge into second place in the standing with a slightly better goal average than the Villan. It was a tight game and Sheffield just managed to secure a 2-1 Victory. Biack Marc put middles Borough in the Lead less than half Way through the first Frame but Bali scored the equalizer soon after and the interval saw the teams Deal eked. Strange the International half put wednesday in the Lead with a smart snapshot and the team Clung to its slim Edge till tit final whistle. Aston Villa was held to a 1-1 tie by Leeds United in a. Game played before a Small crowd of shivering spectators who watched the players Battle through rain and mud. Leeds with a stiff wind behind them attacked furiously from the Start and Morton in the Villas a goal was called on to perform miracles. Hyde finally beat him when he took Mahon s pass after half time Houghton tied the score with a penalty kick. J Derby county tied Wolverhampton 4-4 on the strength of a Lucky break with the scored tied at 3-3 before half time Lumberg knocked the Ball into his own goal to give Derby a one Point Edge. Duncan increased Derby s Lead but Hartill scored with a header and came Back to tie the game up when to dribbled the Ball in just before the whistle. Hartill scored three times. Stoke City remained in the Lead of the second division by heating Lincoln City hut the game to watch was Between Fulham and Tottenham hotspur. Tough break for spurs spurs had a Tough break almost As soon As the game started when Greenfield their inside left broke his leg. They continued a Man Short and Richards scored for Fulham from a free kick Nicholls in spurs goal made a marvellous tank Ca amp Lekas Quad Wierback at Lochte Camf for hex Vars did wot taste defeat my. As c0acm at Missouri a was year has team adm 0ulv owe ouf pm of eight games. Bob Harmon cards Pitcher game 101 bases 00 Mil. A flaws me d0uw my. Owl Komg care Sutherland and Hinkel will perform tonight race is rescinded new York dec. 12�?the Rule disqualifying contestants for premature starts in harms Worth trophy races and which resulted in the 1932 speedboat classic being declared quot no contest quot has been rescinded by the International motor Yaching Union International governing body. Word of this action was brought to the United states by George Townsend president of the american Powerboat association who attended the unions convention at Brussels last month. Rescinding of the Rule is not effective until 1934 but there is Little Prospect of a race in 1933. A with lord Wakefield Backer of Kaye Don s two unsuccessful challenges withdrawing from speedboat racing. Four fast games open midget hockey league Selkirk tackles the Falcon hockey brigade at the Amshl theatre tonight and the flashy fishermen Are determined to avenge the 3-2 defeat they suffered at the hands of the Vikings in the opening league game two weeks ago. The game will get underway at 8.30 j of clock. League leadership is at stake tonight for a decision either Way will break the three cornered tie existing Between the two opposing clubs and Winn pegs. Brandon the fourth club in the Manitoba senior hockey division will not get into action until Friday night in the wheat City. A feature of this evenings performance will be the return of Hugh Sutherland and Roy Hinkein former team mates on the Winnipeg defence. The one time quot buddies will be rivals tonight however for Sutherland will line up with Selkirk and Hinkel has been transferred to Tho Falcons. Frank Fredrickson the Viking coach has named Tono Macdonald and Dick Davis to alternate with Hinkel on the Falcon rearguard with Simpson in goal. He will revert to the two firing lines that turned in a Victory Over the fishermen in the inaugural league game with the Lemars and Carter on the first line and a Bun quot Stephenson Connie Joseph and Harold Benson on the alternate Frontier. Benson has been moved Back to the right Wing with Stephenson at Centre. Paul Goodman the al shown net minder will enjoy magnificent Protection with Sutherland Megan and Enright alternating on the defence. The Brilliant Malloy mon son Campbell Forward line will carry the Brunt of the offensive Burden with Dan Stark. Archie or Elgham and a a buddy Hammond working the alternate shift. Duluth scores Duluth. Minn. Dec. 12 taking advantage of inaccurate passing by the Kansas City Pla mors the Duluth hornets upset the iwo Nam Grain Exchange club tonight a games Forsyth is. Pawlett James a a. Hay Allnan is. Henderson a. Campbell a a. Mcwhorter Gray a a. Kenny. Caledonian club tonight a games Brock a. John. Davidson a. Ism Grey Thom a. Sutherland Ridd a. W. Allen Anderson a. Cleverley. Tonight a a draw Hamlin a. Palmer st. John s club Star gird a. Mccready Jacob a. Many Han a Cmpbell a. Mark Naon a. Argue army and Navy club following Are the results of saturday s games in the president a cup club Cham Plo Nahle Competition of the army and Navy veterans a Curling club Price beat Cox Young beat Hough Low beat Lyttle be Cappell Aln beat Hough Lea beat Thompson. Sheldon beat Moldean Mccullough beat Hugh. Zimmerman beat Sheldon. Thi bulk club tonight a a Garnee Jackson a. Davley Jessop a. Flelcher Ritchie a. Edwards Manson a. Wells Portugal a. Mckillop. There will be an executive meeting at 8 of clock. Granite club saturday night s result Max Mcelhearn won from Howard Wood w. I. Wallace won from o. E. Heaslip j. O. Staples won from of. H. Smith h. J. Burn won from a. R. Trench b. H. Weldon w on from let a. B. L. Toombs w. I it. Mcnaughton won from t. J. Lowre d. B. Huggins won from we. Reynolds. Draw for tonight at 8 . Doug lava. Or. A. B Alexander o. T. Dudley is. S. R. Hall ley j. W. Hewitt a. L. H. Lea Vena a. T. Jiddle a. Hon. W. R. Clubb h. B. Mcgregor a. John Ingram w. D. Mcnaughton or or. A o. Mendl or. V. G. William be. T. J. Low. Heather club tonight a games Graham a. Trum pour Vurlaon a. Macl an. Thomas a. J. Magee. A. Barling a. Jackson Wilaon a. Whitham Deer Lodge club tonight game. Richard ion a. Rennie Smith a a Caswen. Cassidy a. Welsh. Westacott is. Mcculloch. Douglas a. Beat Wylie a. Mitchell. Strathcona club tonight Gantes Little is. K. Watson Courley is. Weremy Smith a. Duncan returns to hockey wars a former a uni Peji defence nmn will play with Falcons tonight in Lull is jan o 111�.u.iwua Oil Ira v Ziy. Iii iii .1 save when Newton drove a penalty a league leaders Here saturday 4 to ,j0nnbinn is. Deacon is. Kick like a Bullet Nirh us stuck his head in front of it and was knocked cold the Ball bounced 40 Yards. Then Newton came in Agair. And scored. Hunt tied the score in the second i half tallying on a pass from Evans and again alone just before the whistle blew Nicholls made a marvellous save when Hammond let a drive go. Quaker. Old country football standing . Summaries at Montreal the Una up Ottawa Beveridge. A. Smith. Position goal. Defence. I defence. Centre Wing. Wing Cox. Tou key. Mcnenly. W. Bouge Auli. Norrlund. Howe a and District Leo Burns. Que Kii roux10.14. Penalties. Shields Ledue Bee j. Bruce Fisher British co Lumbia r. J. Orr Manitoba and j. W. Hamilton. Saskatchewan the next annual meeting will be held at Retina. Shields Welland. If. Kilrea final Gate. Ottawa sub Kilrea fit Arr. Milks. Canal cons Abs Mondou. Larochelle i it Edu it Lepone Gaudreault. Carton. G Mantha. Giroux officials Duncan and Rodden summaries first period�?1, canadians g. Mantha Starr. 8econd period�?2. Ottawa. Touhey Howe forslund9.34. Penalties. Finnigan Gagnon. Third period�?3. Ottawa Fitin Lgan a a. Kilrea. 2.41 4. Candlena. Morenz Gagnon. 3 08. Penalties Leduc. Overtime period 3. Candlena. Moren vollat2.17. Penalties Sam Mantha i Maroon a canadians a Walsh. Half Worth 1 Conacher s. Mantha j Wentworth. Burkesmith. Moren 1 Northcott. Gagnon Ward Joliat at Chicago Chicago Gardiner bad Gagnon. At Toronto the line up Toronto position americana Chabot goal. Forbe Day. Defence. Ayres Levin try. Defence. Dutton fair. Centre. Phillips Grade. Wing. Keel ing Doroty. Wing. Patterson Toronto a Tib Horner. Gian it Cotton. Conacher. Primeau Jackson. Pale it. Dir Rath. A ter lean so Ruby 1 in -. Move cd. Mirt n i. Convey. W a in a. Official a Cooper Smeaton and c. Dlr More summary Firat period no Acore. Pene Tiea. A it re Horner position go i defence defence. Graham Centre. Holmes. Wing. Thompson Wing. Couture Montreal subs. Plexton. Trottier. Royds on. Maine. Tellemer. Duguid Robinson. Wilcox. Chicago fun Ripley March Boa trom. Cook. Romnes. Mcfadyen Coulter Jenkin officials Hewitson and Goodman. Summary first period 1. Maroons. Smith a Northcott. 13.40. 2. Chicago. Graham a March Ripley. 19.20. Penalties a Northcott. Smith. Second period-3. Chicago. Ripley rom nes abel13.15. Penalties a couture Bellemer. Third period a 4, Montreal. Brydon Plaxton trottier3.50. None. Overtime period scoring Attles none. Penalties a Fen Keeling Murdoch Aamund l tab. Reiff second period a 1. American. Mcveigh her need. . Penal tip. Blair third period 2, Toronto. Conacher Day jackson10.13. Penalties. Clancy. Overtime period�?3. Toronto Bailey Cotton. 2.50 4. Americana. Mcvigh Himes. 4.50 penalties Horner Brudge. Conacher. Elmee at new York lineup Ranger a position Boston aitkenhead. Goal. Thompson e. Johnson. Def a nor. Stewart w. Cook. Wing Clipper k. Cook. Wing. Barry Range mib Soriero. Babe Wlebert. Dillon. Vos son. Heller. Brennan b it a ton an or Butch 1l Man. He quot a a Jere a Galbraith. Ole Csc thu Day Reneaur summary first Pernal no Acure. a 8h>re. K. Cook. Lamb. Second period 1 rangers w. Cook 1.35. Penalties l. Egbert. Third period a. Boston. By Rev Clapper 1. 9.23. Penalties Somera Brennan. Murdoch. Johnson. Clapper Chapman major. Overtime parted a w. Oonk Boucher. 233 4 Ranger. Brennan. 7.51. Penalties Galbraith. F. Cook Shore 2. E. »#1-Bert 2, or Naoo 1 major a and first division English g w l d y a p Arsenal. It m 2 3 58 29 80 Aaton Villa., 18 10 3 5 48 30 25 Sheffield a. 18 11 4 3 42 26 25 Derby county18 10 4 4 45 32 -�?T4 Leda United. 18 7 3 8 24 19 22 Huddersfield t. 18 9 0 3 29 21 21 Newcastle a. 17 9 0 2 32 84 20 we at brom. A. 18 9 7 2 36 29 80 Evert on. 18 8 0 4 31 27 it Portero Outh. 18 7 7 4 18 37 18 Blackburn r. 1� 5 0 7 38 30 1 Sunderland. 18 7 7 4 32 33 18 Sheffield u. 18 0 t 5 is 38 17 Bolton a. 18 t 8 3 t7 a 17 Manchester c. 18 7 10 i 37 36 15 Liverpool. 18 b 8 5 35 39 15 Blackpool. 18 7 11 0 29 29 14 Chela a. In 0 10 2 31 .�?T.7 14 Birmingham 18 5 9 4 22 88 14 m i ddts i Bro it 4 11 2 27 40 10 Wolverhampton 18 3 12 8 32 51 9 Leicester City. 18 1 10 7 21 43 9 second division g w l d f a p Stoke City. 11 13 2 3 35 13 Bradford City 18 10 3 5 30 17 25 Bury. 18 18 3 5 34 19 25 Tottenham h. 18 18 4 4 52 21 24 Fulham. 17 8 4 5 37 29 81 Manchester a. It 0 5 7 12 32 19 Swansea town. 18 8 7 3 81 19 Mill Wail. 18 8 7 3 24 80 Plymouth a. 19 7 7 4 31 20 18 Lincoln atty it 8 7 5 35 31 17 Bradford is 8 a 1 33 33 17 Oldham ath. 18 0 7 5 27 31 17 Notta county 18 5 7 0 32 32 16 Notts Forest is 4 0 8 28 31 10 port Vale. 18 0 8 4 28 88 10 Southampton 18 t 9 2 24 32 10 Orl Maby town. Is 5 7 0 31 38 16 Weet Ham a. �?T.8 1 9 4 37 46 14 Preston . 18 0 10 2 32 a 14 Burnley. 18 3 8 7 29 30 13 . 17 4 8 5 27 39 13 Charlton ath. 18 1 11 4 28 39 10 first division scottish g of l d f a p rangers. 20 14 2 4 55 17 32 celtic. .�?T2 13 4 5 55 24 31 Motherwell. 20 13 3 4 07 30 80 Henris. 11 14 5 2 45 21 30 \ a i Ertler n21 12 7�2 29 28 Liam Iton a. 20 11 5 4 58 r,4 m st John tone 20 10 5 5 9 29 25 it Mirren 20 11 8 1 33 35 23 Partick t. 17 m 7 0 30 23 20 Kilmarnock. 20 7 8 5 40 42 i third Lanark. 20 8 10 2 40 1 18 Cowdenbeath 81 7 11 2 38 49 18 Queen a Park 0 10 4 35 40 16 Clyde. 20 7 11 2 29 44 16 Falkirk. 20 0 11 3 30 44 15 Ayr United. 20 7 13 1 34 62 15 Hindee. 114 4 10 0 25 41 18 seat Stirling 19 4 14 1 20 �1 9 Firdale. 19 4 14 1 21 50 8 mor loan to 20 3 14 i 24 a second oivi6ion�?scottish hibernian 8tanhou�mu1rralth rovers Albion Rover. Dune Rellna. East Fly. Alloa. Dumbarton. Dundee United st. Bernards ,. Arbroath. King perk. Forfar ath. Leith ath. 14 Montrose. 14 1 Brechin City 14 Edinburgh City g w l d f a p 20 in 3 2 59 19 32 20 12 2 6 �2 28 30 20 11 5 4 40 35 20 20 12 1 55 35 25 20 12 1 46 so 25 18 0 4 5 46 26 23 19 9 7 3 54 34 21 20 8 8 4 37 28 20 20 8 8 4 40 39 20 20 8 8 4 36 so 20 19 8 8 3 38 30 19 20 8 9 3 42 37 if 19 7 7 5 44 47 19 19 8 10 1 36 47 17 20 7 11 2 26 a 10 19 b 11 3 35 44 13 19 6 12 i 38 55 13 19 4 13 2 25 if 10 Northern Section of the Nillah unchanged Teama Sterling Aghib tons featured the opening of the 1932-33 midget hookey season at. The olympic rink saturday morning. Only one Khut out was registered that going to Columbus club who handed the Cathedral club a 4-to-0 setback. St. Vital came through with a 3-to-l win Over st. Johns College. In the Best game of the morning maroons bested panthers 2 to 1. East Kil Donan made an auspicious debut handing st. Paul a College a 4-to-l setback. Selkirk did not show up for its game with senators and consequently lost by default. Lack of spares proved to be the deciding Factor in cathedrals loss i to Columbus club. The leading Light of the clubbers was Stenton Robinson Asho notched three of his teams tallies. His first came in the second period and the other two in the last Tine other counter came from Turner on a pass from ma8le<k. The teams were As follows Columbus club Devlin Robinson Mai later Brownie Schreiber Turner. Maslek Burgess Baldwin and Wolkowski. Cathedral a Clement Beaudet Guyot Rheault Baizley Boisselle Pappenfus and Martel. X st. Vital comes through entered in the league after an absence of a year st. Vital came through on the Long end of the Scorp against st. Johns College. The saints took an Early Lead when Harvey Fields notched a tally after four minutes of play in Tho initial period. Glasgow and Ealing of the collegians combined to tie up the count but the tic was Short lived As Fields supplied Derler with a pass which he made full Uso of. No scoring took place in the second stanza but st. Vital took the game when Mager notched a goal Lata i the last period. The teams were As follows re vital Bronson Hunt Mes Sitte Fields. Mager Vien me Callum Giles Thornton and Mccormick. St. Johns colleges Green Crawley Newton Wood Glasgow Murphy. Esling Graham Gibson and Cadham. Great Gam the Honor of playing the Best game of the morning goes to the panthers and maroons. The panthers gave a courageous display before losing out to their More experienced opponents. The first counter came when Meder and hat skin combined to give the maroons Tho Lead. The panthers soon tied it up when on another combination play Snell scored. Wet la three minutes to go in the first period Siwek scored what proved to be the deciding tally. In the last period the maroons were hemmed behind their own Blue line and Only the sensational work of p Erley gave them the decision. The teams were panthers Tibbs Beatty Dent. I. Ii n .1 l i-., i j nerd Lytle Chappell or j. Blanch Fleuri or Eadie. Corbett. Edmondson Agnew thumb in c h ion no ton .1 m. Biam a fled Fox. Snell mar Rariek and Scott. V halt Mno Onnell Lewis or. Arthur a a. Maroons Ferley bars ski hat Gur Rev or. William., skin Isu Vitt. Meder Siwek Sunando i 10 d m m1m Davidson or. Simonit patters a i. Labovitch and Rowman. Entered in the league for the first time. Hast Kildonan made an impressive debut when they emerged on the Long end of a 4-to-l Victory Over st. Paul a College. The teams were East. Kildonan Irvine. Robinson Patrick Harmon. Sakios red ski Rose Yak Pike Mccready and Mcgregor. St. Paul a College Kohnen. Meehan Henderson Johnson. Payne Carroll Swain Elliott Ross and Reardon. A red quot Currie referred the first three games and Cam Shewan handled the last. Captures City and District women a Badminton title Charlie Jones is menus singles Champion 1 mi�oll1ant and hard fought featured the last Day of the City and District Badminton championships and so evenly matched were the finalists that no less than four of the five matches required three games for decision. Tho Lone exception came in the menus double when a crushing attack enabled Bert Jones and Carl Wood to defeat Harold Parker and Charlie Jones in Short order. Charlie Jones consolidated his position As leading singles player when he Defeated Harold Parker in three games but miss Beryl Armstrong uncovered a Beautiful game to displace mrs. Gordon Pirt in the final of the women s singles. Charlie Jones and mrs. Pirt were unsuccessful in another final when they bowed to the Brilliant play of Emsley Long a and mrs. J. M. Dunwoody in the mixed. Mrs. Pirt and miss Jean Ross combined to win a close match from mrs. T. W. Cochrane and mrs. F. V. Woodman. Miss Armstrong has never been seen to better advantage than on saturday and her play against mrs. Pirt was of a Leigh order. All three games were close and produced Many thrilling rallies in which first one and then the other of the contestants made remarkable recoveries. After the first two games wer divided. Mrs. Pirt made a Gallant attempt to pass her rival but miss Armstrong Clung tenaciously to her Small Lead and finally annexed the last Point for a Well deserved win. Jones extend so in the men s singles Charlie Jone chalked up another win Over Harold Parker again in three games. Both players hit up a terrific Pace to open and play was even to ten All. Here a tremendous rally occurred which when won by Jones enabled him to run out the Gam at 1.v10. Nothing daunted Parker put Forth greater efforts and by Fine All around play assumed a Lead of 8-0, which he increased until the Roy Hinkel wild Wood club tourney draw a. The first round of the i Linwood clubs Turkey Badminton tournament will be played tonight. 7.30 . Mrs. Norman or. Hall is. Mra. Far la or. Adamson Mlaka h. Wilson or. Ill Lett a. Mias Schwalm miss Payne mrs. Forsyth mra. Highmoor a. Mrs. Oal Laicher or. 8ler�-Mlaa Pyne is. Mrs. Turnbull Las Jenkins. 8 pm. Mrs. Lewla mrs. Cronk it a. Miss Bampton la Park a mrs. Matthew. Mra. Gray a. Mrs. Gou Kung or. Cameron miss saumders my a j. Riley a a. Mrs. Co. Franr mrs Falconer. Mrs Richardson or. Mcdonald a. Mrs Jonnston mrs. Bavage. 8.30 . A Matthewa Rimmington Norman Cronkhite Whyte Baldner Moea or Nair a t. Fora the Leggo a. Crowder Mcintosh Perkins hug Raour is. Acyl find of Grady. 9 . Would Trifco Oray a. Paul Craw Ford Lylle Chapm Llvy. J. Blanchfield. I a. Mias Gillies mra. Nicholls mrs. La Kkt quot a i j. Whyte a mrs. Johnaton a. Gray Mlaka 1 Gill a. Youngve. Mrs Lylall Alan m Gray j mrs. Jray a. Lytle a. Mias Hompson iii go mra. Lilette Hall a a. Mrs. Cochrane Galagher mrs. N. Leu a. Mcdonald a. Mrs. Sutcliffe a Ltd Holla mrs. Turnbull Adamson a. Mlaka ii. Kiuon Payne mrs. 8. N Richardson Crawford mrs. Philllp pal Thurston. Game was his at 15-6. The Effort had taken too much snap from Parker and he fell a victim in the third game at 15-1. There was lit tie to choose Between the teams in the women doubles and the score indicates the run of play. Mrs. Pirt miss Ros were As Superior in the first Gam As mrs. Woodman mrs. Cochran wore in the second. It required a Fine rally by the winners to run out game in the final session. End quickly the menus doubles was Over quickly. Carl Wood Bert Jones reached the Peak of their game from the outset of the match and did not allow Harold Parker and Charlie Jones to get started. Tho mixed doubles climaxed a series of Fine matches and after a slow Start in the first game which went to c. L. Jones mrs. Pirt in-vinc4ble play carried Emsley Long and mrs. J. M. Dunwoody to vie tory. All their shots were coming off and there seemed to be no possible reply to their attack. Following the example set in the opens the Consolation finalists produced four limit matches. At the conclusion of play prize were presented by mrs. John Bracken to the successful Cone tes Tanta Root Orr club there Are no Kames scheduled tor tonight. Tie evening will be Given Over to scratch Curling Carde and Coffee Telephone club Drew for tonight Mcdonald be. Wood Oll Mour be. Orlage Boxer be. Hutchison Good health is greatest wealth the . Physical depart Mentz i attendance of men in no 37�?increased 1,334 Over Noi �?T31. Loin the . 301 Vaughan st. Badminton results taking pert in Fng llah cup Gam a Loyola hockey its Blank Garrison 6-0 Loyola Defeated Garrison 6 to 0. In their initial hockey game of the season. Saturday. The Teama were Garrison Cotter. Lodge Dagle Hiscock Morton Mclean s Tad ant Reade Clarke. Loyola a. Ketcheson Conway. Mckibbon o. Ketcheson Burnosky of Connell. R. Ketcheson Murphy Avery. On tuesday evening the Loyola team will journey to st. Norbert for an exhibition game. Man Opar. 8 Anglo to. L Jon a jr., <w��1<1 h r Parker. 15-10, 5-1 a. 15-1 a woman a Opan m a Bari aim Taime Frong dafe.ilmr�. Gordon Pirt 11 7. I ram. N women a open doubles mra. G. G. Pirt mis Jean Roe Defeated or. F. V. Woodman or. T. W Cochrane. 1 7. 7-15, 1%-r men a open doubles a. O. Jones a. O. Wood. Or. Defeated h. R. Parker a. L. Jones. Or. 15-3. 15-12. Mixed open double a e. Long or a j. M. Dunwoody Defeated c. L. Jonea mra. A g. Pirt 5-15, 15-0, 13 3. Consolations women a 8ingie�?mra. H. M. Hughie Defeated my a Virginia Whitehead ll-0, 0-11. 11-2. Men a single a Douglas Bracken Defeated w. W. Orles 16-9 12 15. 15-11. Women a double a mra. T. Harwood mrs. E. O. P. Baker Defeated my see mar Anderson Betty Riley 15-7, 13-18, 1.5-7. Mixed double pc. C. Boler wry t. Hawgood Defeated a. Campbell mra. Newton Brett 10-15, 15-0. Men double j k parking j bin Nob Field Defeated a. Kempbell a e. Hargreaves. 35-17, 15-9, 15-11. Senior hockey Selkirk is. Falcons tonight at 8.50 admission 46c, plus tax and 68c. Plus tax tickets on Sale at Breckons Cigar store Hudson s Bay co., information Bureau ers Lnger Cigar stand. Oram Exchange Roberts drug stores Gem and 6herbrook. And at the rink. Phone 37 218 skating every afternoon with music amphitheatre from Man to Man the worlds most popular gift a Shirl Ihnaty smart in style of High Quality material and a guaranteed to tit forever that s a perfect gift. You la know it by the Arrow Saul oried shrink Label. Sanfor izing is the worlds most accurate shrinking process a arrows own patented invention. We will give Yon a new shirt if. One Ever shrinks. Arrow has always stood for style Quality value. Sanfor izing Means still greater value. See the new Arrow Sanford Zed shirts and pyjamas today. A it How s an f it sized s ii rink sights and pyjamas made is Casada y

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