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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -----------1 mill i in fxj- .ALL. THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST F.VENTg Monday, Pecemhwa. Argonaut Suffered Unexpected Reverse Saturday-Toronto 'Team Completely Outclassed Though Hotly Favored in the 11 to 4 Hamilton, Nov. 30. -Hamilton's luioucstionahlv ('apt I cc'ue of prowess in rugby was uncontrovert- Ihe Alerts who gave one of "the most proven yesterday when the teams brilliant exhibitions of the season, representing the Ambitious city cap- Iinss rraiS' "I0 -Berts' srcat line hired the senior, intermediate' and ST', r' U'C junior tne TORONTO DUMUFOUNOKI) I NEW EDINBURGH TO 00 AFTER ALLAN CUP Anticipate Playing In Winnipeg During Holiday Week WHY THIS INCONSISTENCY Toronto, tho -Vcw Kdlnhurgh hockey team intends to go after the Allan Cup now held by the Winnipeg Viclorias, was asserted by one of tho club players here.' The Ottavvas will leave about De- cember 27 providing (hey have satisfactory arrangements com- pletc-d, and will play in Winni- peg during N'e'iv year's week. _.. ion. The 'Alerts, Ontario Rugby Foot- fcall Union champions, sprung' the sur- Most of the betting v.-ns t'jat the prise of the season when they defeat- Argos wonld double the .-cure and all ed the Argonauts of Toronto, Inter- of 'he Toronlo money staicrt in llr.m- 1 rovmcial champions, by 11 to 1, in ilIOil- The Toronto rooters were the tmal game o! the Canadian cham- 'lumbfounded at I he outcome, as they! pionship. Capf. Leckic's Alerts were expected the Argos to win an easy carried off the field in triumph when victory BILL TO MAKE FOOT- BALL PLAYERS QUALI- FY FOR ARMY OR NAVY the final whistle blew. It was a fair, clean cut victory and the better team won. In every department the Alerts show- ed peerless London, Dec. Colonel Ford founder ot 'the .Vnlional Reserve ha r iit-berve, nns Hie estimated nl.ietuiancc was Ii- been engaged In conjunction with two Ornament, in framing a Mil lorbldding.tbe playing of football, peerless superiority and especially Srectoli enthusiasts and m the back division, Leckie, Becker a treacherous turi, due ind Carrio outclassing the Argonaut's newness ot the grounds, con- Illartfittl. dltlOns wprf> iHml quartette, Lawson, tad O'Connor. 000 and the sale receipts The clubs divide the gate money. A delightful brieht sunny afternoon -sccpi In- those who have rendered greeted the enthusiasts and or who have bound themselves to ren dor naval or military service to theii country. United States Navy Eleven Defeated Army Rugby Team Philadelphia, Nov. :iO.-In one of the generalship, arm when there came the most stirring ftottal. salm, opportunity to score thcv c Played by the two arms of the national "l-'uneh" to Inud the victorv service, tho navy Ihe army While nil crcdh Is navy to 0 today. The midshipmen did for its splendid success, tho armv was Dalton. hv not i... MARKETS Elovator ro, 1 Northern f..... 2 Northern 3 Northern o. 4, 5 o. 1 3 Alberta Hud 8. Alberta lied o. -1 Alberta ricd Alberta Red ton .nd LIVELY GOLF BALL PROVED A SUCCESS not need "Jack" Dalton, by field goals the lull and 1910 games for Ihe navy, for the Auniipolis team had another good kicker in Brown, the tall guard, who booted tho navy to J LUC S u. i..v C.I Binkley, Clarke d'tlons almost ideal. ball have already figured In English Results of Dwight Davis Trophy Contest Won by English Players todaj the to the Davis Cup, cm lie 'world's championship in lawn tennis, by winning a third match from the Australaisian defend. ers. The contest consists of four single matches and one double match, the team winning three out of the five becoming holder of' ihe Dwight W. Earls international trophy. The Results Thursday J. C. Parker and Charles P. Diion of England defeated Norman Brookes and W. M. Heath, of Austral- esia, in the lirst two single matches. Yesterday in the double match Nor- man E. Brookes and A. w. Dunlop Australasia, beat John C. Parker and .A. Boamlsh, the British team, with comparative ease. This left the con- test a fairl.f open one as'it was thought might retrieve in the last two singles ry off the victors-, however, were dls- Lnglnnd three matches; Australasi two. The match between Brookes an Dixon was the first one to be decide today. The Australasia champion' g was too good fcr Dixon al though the latter made snlen'did ral lies 10 the second and third sets the rubber standing at "two excitement amoiis the TOflO the spectators was intense. Heath, the Australasian, was palpably nervous when he came onto the court to meet Parker, who is an older campaigner and appeared cool. Parker by" bis istent playing and SUDeTb' drjvj t victory by two splendid goals fron placement. lioth goals came in tin last period of play from 23 to 47 lines, after it began to look as if the fierce struggle would result In a score- less tie. Won Against "Dope' It was a wonderful triumph for the boys from the banks of the Severne With a record for the season :hat did not compare as favorably as hat of the army's, and with the pre- feeling that the army, on its showing made this year, had the ad- the midshipmen battled val-l iantly even when the tide of the strug- gle was going against them. They held off the army through grit and not discouraged by its defeat. At times the cadets outplayed the nav in all departments of the game, and was through no weakness oil thol part that they failed to score Twic New York, Nov. far-flying ball, some players think, lias apolloil the game If golf. The records of the Live, per pound L. Poultry: Geeie, lire Live spring chickens 'Wl Ducks 58 85 51 411 38 "I.M 0.46 K 111 n Ml Ib-.i 0.15 wc when the navy Jmd chances to score the army stiffened its defence an held the rivals off. Jubilant Suffragettes (.Montreal Gazette) To mark the suffrage victory lansas, 200 women of the Crawford County Suffragist association hurled heir hats into a bonfire in the public Quare of Pittsburg, Kas., and then narened around tho blaze, singing the pleasure of buying new bats, an; a goo nv.i. fni; Ul Hie r LiuCKo year's championships, however, do not o'n'tni'tf support those critics. Now, as ever, sleers, por pound ,v oos the winners of tho big tournaments are Pteerl' Dressed, per Ib j.n'tj the playors who Imvo the greatest P" fount -M chi excuse to purchase which is ouu. one, even in the mind of a suffragist Ciucago. Dec. l.-That Jack Johnson and Miss-Cameron bad been in com- munication since she left her mother s admitted by the pugilist, who says' hat he hod received two letters from icr Friday morning, and later talked with her over the telephone "She said that she was going west nil that after she reached her destlii- tioii she would 'write to Johnson aid, adtlins thnt he was ready ti narry her any time she would ac'cep 1 OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL made England's scores: certain The J- C. Parker, England, beat P v Heath, Australasia, 0 4 Norman E. Brookes, Australasia heat Charles P. Dixon Their e sppoinied :d3-. Parker again won his niton, tMs time beating Heath, Aus- The second match between KB. and Dixon went to ths Ans-