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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page C TTTlii iVfl IIRK.VU) ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST FVENTS Papke Defeated "Last Hope" of France Paris, Ore. Papkc. (he American lighter, tonight ddrated Cieor.EO Bernard, a 1'rench miihlle- weight for Ik' muUlIc weight rluim: j pioDship, a bits purse and an ivory I belt designc.l fur tin1 invasion. BASEBALL Y, ID. C. Seniors Were Too Strong for .Minneapolis Boxer School-Score MTI i A r L I man was unable to respond to tl'e 10 lhrougn-An Important n, lu-mani was to t Welterweight Issue I man was unable to respond call oi Ilie timr-tceper. Uernard was I aiinmmeed as "Trance's last littt he never hail a cliauiT. j DICK HYLAND HORS DE COMBAT The Senior brigade went through the High school contingent last night in the initial In the V.MA-.A. indoor baseball league like sunlight Square Garden tonight The fight was a disappointment to many. Gibbons' followers evidently Saskatoon, .Doc. Manager He- Of the National Sporting Club, expected too much of him, while the j received word yesterday from Cal- JUcGoorty crowd looked ior their man "Fighting" Dick Hyland is TO score a kiiockout. Both men were suffering from blood poisoning mid clever, however Gibbons particularlv; ,hlit ta he would he un- with a good exhibition. o, lble to lahe iu ihl, bmlt work. He was so evasne that Me- 1 stcve K6tcllel tllat W11S for to I. The Seniors were composed of art- ists who have made a name ior them-j selves on the diamond, .and al-' tlnnigh the majority of them are just hrcaking into the indoor game they appear (o Imie little to learn about it, thanks to their outdoor training. The Seniors "took the lead IG AT1 LAKE MY IKE REAL RUGBY PIAYERS IN W OF Thursday, Dumber g From a Hamilton Point of View-Remarks on Alerts' Victory City Cleans Snow Up Lights and Locates Shack for Dressing Room-Ready For Skaters Tomorrow Night the fight with a right anti left to the. neck, but McGoorty returned a hard; left to the body. Thc St. Paul man ducked a straight left but took a left hook and McGoorty was forcing him with lefts to the face and body at the bell. Ciibbons Afraid During the second round Gibbons seemed frightened, but managed to j land a left to the chin and two' straight lefts to the face. McGoorty followed with left and rights to the head, and left uppercuts to the face. Gibbons jabbed his left to the jaw, hut Gibbons was more effective in body blows at close quarters. In .this and other round Gibbons depended n'Mcli on his footwork, and was clever in dodging many blows. There was a rapid exchange in the fifth, in which Gibbons got the worst of it, and in the seventh the St. Paul man was bleeding. In the ninth Gibbons sent two lefts and a right to nose, starting the blood. McGoorty came back with left and right hooks to the head and straight lefts to the.1 face. In the linal round, after an ex-i change of rights and lefts to the McGoorty kept forcing Gibbons until j the bell ended the fight. j The crowd of spectators was thej largest that has witnessed a fight in j New York since the repeal oi the j thl the doctor says put up rery bad gave the Seniors a better run for it shape and could not possibly be got than in the first half of the fit iii'time to engage iu it. Stiidenbecker pitched an air-tight game for the winners and was diffi- cult to bit. He had pood fielding be- hind him and Kane proved. weighty support behind the bat. Stewart and Brandow were the batteries for the underdogs. 1 2 3 4 5 G 7 9 101000000 OlO.OOOOlQj 100.000000! iioiooiooj 000010000 SENIORS Frey......... McFhcc Kane Seidpnhocker Reynolds Moore Williams 001001001 000000000 Skating tomorrow at the lake, plenty of It. The city has com- missioned a gang of men to clear the western portion of the take of snow, instal electric lights, and have a two-roomed shack at the park by then without fall. This wilt be good news, for the skaters have been wondering of tate If the city really intended doing anything at the lake this winter. The lights will be put up in suf- ficient numbers .'-the Herald was. Total 2 2 1 HIGH SCHOOL 1 1 I i 1 McKnin 'Mason 'Sloan Brandoxv Kilmer llartsch Stewart Murrav 1 0000 6r 000 oooooo'ooo -00000-0 0000.00000 Y. M. C. Ai WRESTLING Horton law. ED. McGILLlVRAY ic Parkdale Cstioe Club, and vice- president of the 0. H. A. Total 00101001 'Played half game. Cigur makers of -Vancouver, B. have just been successful in securing an Increase of ?1 per thousand on all work. The Y. IV1. G. A. wrestling class will meet tomorrow night. There is-room for more grapplhig exponents in the class, and ii tiitTs are any "Y" members who wish to join, now is the time. ERE is a glove tbat is as tough as a bbcksnake whip. It is the best made and longest wearing Work- Glove ever put together. Guaranteed by the makers to give satisfactory service or ,a new pair FREE. Will outlast two or three pairs of ordinary gloves. This glove is a world-beater for Wear. Made from tough, thick horsehide, specially tanned by the H.B.K. process to mike it stand hard knocks. When washed, it dries out soft and plump and elastic. Is heat proof, cold proof, scorch proof, and almost wear proof. The fingers have special riplcss tips! Thc palm and thumb seams are specially reinforced wich overlap scams. If you want a square deal in gloves, and the best glove service that your money can get, ask for, and insist on getting Guaranteed Gloves SATISFACTION OR A NEW PAIR FREE The Hudson Bay Knitting Company, Canada's Expert Glove and Mitt Makers, MONTREAL Maurice Thompson, the Buttc.scrap- per, who received such punishment at the hinds of Fighting Dick llyland in Calgary a few days ago, went through the city last night en route for Mis facial anatomy still the marks of his scrap, bis lamps especially being somewhat to the bad. Thompson says he doesn't care to Canada soon again, although he will admit, the bracing ozone of the Alberla atmosphere lias en- Fightiiig Dick u> develop an awful kick in that left fin of liis. Thompson's manDger, -Jerry McCar- thy, was with him. (fiy Tom Gorman. Sporting Editor (Hamilton paper) Tho. Hamilton Alerts upset all cal- culations by winning tho Canadian chiunpiomihip from the Argonauts last Saturday by. U to -1. About 3001) people saw the Scullers fall down before tho cyclonic on- .shiught the, Hamilton t'cimi. From beginning to end tho Alerts played superior rugby nnd tlmt they sur- passed even their own followers1 ux- [icctniions will be putting it mildly, lieforo Uio game Alort money wna not In sight, and no llamlltonlnus would yo any further than to give the opinion tlmt it was a toss-up. Much Hamilton money was wagered on But the much-ma- ligned Alerts, alleged roughnecks, came out on top and did so honor- ably. AH Torontoniiins who saw the game aro willing to admit that they won :i decisive victory, and deserve every inch oE tho Hag which Is em- blematic of supremacy. Superior Rearguard It -was a game in most respects similar to the one.In Ottawa when gUl McGlH vanquished Varsity. Like McGill, the Alerts had a much super- ior rearguard and line. Regarding the wings, "Murray, Ilheanme and Meig- han played just as well a a the Alerts' tackjers. With three men in the back division, Leckie, Becker and, Carr, the Alerts possessed a trio which played up to a high standard throughout, beckie's punting, running and .pass- ing 'were simply superb, and his two colleagues 011 the half line played equally as good. It Is the opinion that Leckie was the shilling light In the battle. His kicking by far out- classed either Dinkley or Clarke. He a sure catch, and did not make a costly fumble In the entire Craig the Real Star Leckie's punts were followed up by the wings with great speed and sure- ness, which bad tho rabid fans on their toes. Harper, tho quarter, also played a very heady game. But of all the performers Ross Craig deserved, special mention. No line plunger of his calibre ever played such a game. He had the Scullers always, at his, mercy and bored holes In their line time after time for the neqessary yards. And with Craig's wonderful battering and the playing of the wings backed up by a rear- gua-ixl that for machine-like work which no 'back division has shown for many moons, Alerts could not help but pull out. n victory. Argos line was weaker than the Alerts. The wings were just as good, on the op- posing team but Argos fell down heavily an the back division. Lawson was held as in a vise by the Alert wings, something like Laing nnd Lewis held Jack .Maynurd at the capi- tal. Lawson never broke away for any great gains. He fumbled badly at times, as did O'Connor. The latt-tt boy was as tricky as ever, but he was up always against a stone Jimmy Dissetie played heady rugby, hut his qnsid-e kicks were al- ways snatched up for losses. In the I Send It on Trial last quarter Argos died. Hamilton If yon have tried most everything naturally is rejoicing. Alerts won else, come to me. Where others fail two championships and the Rough is where I have m'ade my greatest Riders is one which was ;i pretty success. Send attached coupon today order for ane They mukc uid I will send you free my illustrated rugby plaveTS in thls city Alberto Hed Bran, Bhorta, Oata, ton, uitktd llolled Otti.......... ButUr and Dairy butter Crctnuery ,.i. Eggs, freali Hoga: Mr ft. Live, per pound Poultry; II., Torlr.j, Live sp Fowl Ducks Torlr.j, ring chickens, per Ib... 38 Sl.OI is.oi 26.00 27.00 0.34 0.45 0.11 08 Vj 0.14 0.31 0.15 o.ia o.is Cattle on tni MOOT: Steers, per, 0.06 Steers, dresaod, per In O.IUS Cowi, per pound .0) Cows, dressed, per pound .11 Hldni: Green, 0.08 to O.OB to Dtj................. 6.10 to 0.15 Bhtep pelt, 0.25 to THURSDAY'S WHEAT MARKET yVinnip'eg, mar- kets opened and closed today as fol- lows: Open December May Decembfir May Flax- December May 84 34% 108 114 Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern.......... No. 3 Northern......... No. 4............ 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Sir Thomas said ne was, well pleased with the plans for the championship yacht race to be held on :the Pacific coast In 1015, nnd that his :rnlry probably would be the Sham- tlock IV. FREE INFORMATION COUPON C. E. Broolre, 935 Brooks BUlg., Marshall, Mich. Please send tne by mail in plain wrapper your illustrated book and full information about your Appli- ance for the cure of rupture. Xame Address City. .Prov... Toronto, Dec. who IB in Ottawa with Geo. Kennedy, of the CanadicnE, says that he Is still undecided as to w-hera he will play. but that ha win sign with Kennedy, providing George gives him hockey and lacrosse contract. LaloudQ he- Moves that Toronto will go wild over professional hockey, providing they I got good strong teams, but does not j think they are going after- the right J tueu. 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