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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDOE DAILY FriiKv, December JUDGES ARE IN PICKING FUV. BIG FOUR' PLAYER.........._ Toronto, Deo. Ubister, o! IN FIVE GAMES IN 'THE "EAST WITH PLAY- E CUTTING IN ON Ottawa, Dec. first world's Old Country Football the Hamilton Tigers, and 'Glad" holler series-will he pulled ofi this Mufphs', ol the Arsos.-are tied tor wir.tpr, wtea the champions of ln the silver tra service Ham- Coast'league cou'.e east acd s ilton fina has donated Ipr the best all-around and most useful player m IM the Big Four. Isoisler, who Sate has betn set, but the weci plavtd roid'n'Ie and flying wing for. in March will probably be the time the" Tigers, secured the voles ot Hen The contests will be run _esact.: Simpson, oi Hamilton, and Willy along the lines of the worlds There- -a'ere surprises lu.lasl Sat- urday's games tor jolleivers o'i Old Couulrj football 'As !_: tfie 'whirl-" wlud ol freals resulls In the rirst Di- vision was not.saflclen; there were a tew In the. Scottish league sufficient to take the breath out of portal man. Imagine the strong and succumbing to Alrdrte- onlans and Aberdeen! Could ftte- rteal a blow more unexpected than Aberdeen ginning from ileirts by .the score of S io 4 or Airdrleonltns 6 to IT Tho dopeiters who norp t' results in Derb! tr." or at ti Flnt Dlvlilon. Fllicibufn Manchester U. iiolton Wsnd W. Bromwich Alb. Bradtord Clly OUham Alb. Tottenham H. Burnley Shetfleld. U....... Shorn eld Xcireailfo U. Astoa Villa Chelsea P. W. D. Ii. P. 15 14 11 IS H U II 15 3-3 21 1S1UK, miuulc MUIK, "l 1UR 11 tide wing and haltSari for th Argos. gamfs, and the leagues cutting in lor He-was brilliant at flying wioj in the a share. plav-oa of the Ottawa tie game. With the players figuring in theft' cordbe to the donors ol the silv-v ceipts, there will be au additional in- tea setrice. Prof. H. C. Griffith, ot during the seasoa to cpp "c-acm Nor.n .Ridley.is the fifth judje and-lias the. the championship. Heretofore some from .Middlesbrough, 4 to t. Inis deciding vote, but Mr. Griffith said players have performed as though Whoever imagined, for in- stance, on past performances, that 'Chelsea -would take the long end of a 2 to i score from Tottenham Hot- spurs? Then again, who Uioush that Manchester City, one ot the weakest teams In the division, vrould win from pldhara Athletics 3 to 1 on the latter's ground But perhaps the marvel all was ot Preston North End" ce'llar'chsmpior.f. anchester Ciiy Middlesbrough Preston Nortli E.. oday that he was not in sympathy they were on the ice merely .to draw ith that sort o! thing, he knew noth- Aovn their stipends; With roel- tod ing officially about the prize, never consented to act as th? ticd on in sight to be split by the club filth figuring' as champs, the judge, and had not seen the rival corapetitio'd will be esceptionaily it .keen. The Stanley Cup will no doubt to j continue, as tht tropay which :accoai: i panics the. series. players in action this summer, looks as it someone else -'ill decide who gets the prize. TROTTING .ASSN. _ TO GIVE MONEY TO NEEDY American Trotting' Association Session at Decltiont N.w. P'RESIDEMT AGAIN IM.LIME. BIG- league.; ing approached 1'vi'ith. an 'A the possible candidates, are Otto secoEd..baserrlafl of delphia.. Xationals FieWer Jones, form'erir of the .'Chicago' Araericans Jalc ivho. led tbe-Bostoa Ani: ericaas'. to. yrorld's in iingeted'.jitcter; '.and Ricliaid -f Hcitf- fiisl basemaa and 'captain-. o! .the Cin'cinoati-team.- r' P1TRE SUES NEWSPAPER Jlontreal, Dec. Pitre, the Tfell-knowii hocfeey player, has en. lered actioa against tho Montreal Star, claiming J5000 for allege! libel committed. Didter bases his claim on an artl cle wbicn is tlleged to have said that bia transfer to the Pacific Coast Hpckey league wo-jld be beneficial to he was not. It wag intimated, leading a life conducive to the best lj condition. Hplds '-Chicago, Dec. of Appeals ot the Arcerican Treating AS- iation' announced today Llriat of the fines collected would be divid- ed among injured or needy; harness liice drivers. The first ifward jSQO.to Jas. F. Ramey, f Joe Patcheb, heir second .win1 this season, the first being froni at Preston by the score of 2 to 1. 'And to add to the uneipected Sunderiind goes down to Sheffield. to the tune of 1 to '2, and United drawing Derby i County _at home. F.verton did well to Wes't Bromn-ich Albion as did Aston Villa with Xewcaslle United and Sheffield United with Burnley, If tiero ar'e not at least seven sur- prises in the First Division "Enow explicit, .who- 'sould selected these results: ,Burnley 3, SheOe'ld VJnifed !0i" Chelsea" 2, Bradford City 1; Liverpool 2, Tot- enham Hotspurs Manchsster'Vnit- ed 3, Derby pldharh Athr ie'tic 1, Manchester City Preston North Eat! lost of the were protested collections.. --Tbe-r-geldi which won at'Boobe'Indians, 30, and at Paducab, Ky., Oct. was declared Ineligible on Ameri- can Trotting Association track's until A Dinah was a product of New Or- leans, a who could coofe-thj arrest dimiera for miies around. One day a. new -butler ap- peared on the scene, and-pinah's mis- tress noticed that she took a' great Interest in the man. .At last her mis- tress, could sUnd her curiosity no 'longer and do you hno-ar tnat- inant" Dinah another long and scrutinizing look and then'atqv.ly and "remtnlscenUr replied: I dunno, SIlss Alice; but 1 think he was ma fust husband1." Argonaut.' 15 7. 15- 14- 14 15 't 14 H H 15 I 19 3 19 4 MS 3 16 5 18 S 15 3 -15 14 mm son OIILE cuss CARL MADE POOR SHOWING AGAINST COWBOY AND WAS HOOTED -N'ew York, Dec. In a ten-round bout at Mailison Square (iarden last night, Jess VUllacd, of Kansas, de- feated Carl Morris, of Oklahoma. Willard had eight oi the ten rounds, one being lalrly even, and the tliird t to Morris. Wilbrd and Morris The- bout was disappointing, as both liieu were .slow and there w' good deal ot wrestling and hugging, with very clean blows. the exception ot the third round, Willard. outbpxed his opponent Morris was frequently cautioced lor holding. Both clumsy, but Willard did more clever work. He used right- cfdH blovrs and right uppercuts, while Morris mostly played tor the body close quarters. Morris seem- D Ip.hjiTe ho sense of directiou In 013 1 13 C-12 6 12 6 U 7 10 fd and'booed. 3 10' 7 Second Divldan. r. D. L. P. Notts County Bradford......... Woolwich Leeds City Hull City......... Wolverhaniptba 'Wanderers BUD- Fulriam Cltv 16 9 14 10 14 7, --13 8 14 7 15 15 H 14 4 21 42? 3 IS 3 18 ,1 IS iii 5 15 4 16 Clapton-Orient 13 a 5 3'15 Leijestef .7 0 Barnslej- ___ 13 4 Grimsby Town 4 Jncpln City 4 luddersficW T. 13 .4 Jirmingham t.......14 4 S loci port County 13 3 Gtosspp 13 3 Blackpool. 14 10 15 7 West -BroniirtSi V Ever ton 1 their home took the _bf .the leaders of the First Division in a close by a. score of one jfoal to nil and by this, meritorious win Swindon Cp-stal Palace..Si. Brighton and H.-'. leading .v' CprthamptQn. iyifojith. ArsyleXi 'o rlsmputh.... Southend 4 west "iiani' 5''< occupy-lflird v-: The Second division was devoid of any startling' results, except that, of the bis score; of height, which; "1 Leeds City "netted1 at s agaiisl TJotls Forest Ot course, no one ever expected the Forest to win. but'what an ignominious defeat! Clapton Ori: ent, after.having had- three icprelcas .draws, In succession, against Burr at Bury, Huddersfield Town at hoine and Lincoln City at Lincoln, lost Uieiboo- 'dop and disposed obthe.weak'Black- pool Ihe Orient have record': this gatnea played only eighteeh'goals have been scored, eleven for and seven against They have five wins and five draws to .heir credit and only three'' lossci should he heard of this team Before the season a sur- prise Is.in store if they do not end close- to Smoke Satisfaction is tbjolu.tely aaured smokers who insist on having those fretrburning, subtly smooth cigirs known I Perfectly curd Havana leaf, coupled' with the best workmanship, are the Iwo imporiant tjsenlials of smoke are embodierj fully in Webster's Clear Havanas. 14 Forest ......15 4 )3 6.12 S'li Southern League. P. D. U'P. 3 7 5 3.19 5-'3 611S G ..-14 G 3'lS 4-17 Exeter Cilv......... 14 Coventry .City 16 _..._ Qnesn's Park' Ran Ee'ri 14- iVatford 4 4 6 '4 5 44 5 14 5 14 14 .8 13 .4 13 5 13 Merthyr Town '......14 ibuUiarripton 14 JlillwaH'Xthletio Bristo Rovers CardlS City 13 Southern Dlvliion P. D. 1 Hearts of Mid Airdrieonlans rjiinde? Ayr United Raitri Rovers Hibernians........ Clyde Third Lanark St. Mlrren Patrick Thistle Motherwell ...t The crowd jcer- LIKELY TO ALTER RULE tead of DiiqUilllicatlon Regull tton Unlvenlty Will Put on Ags Limit London, Dec JJfe undertUnds that tha rules recently idoptea by Oxford will be modified rito a simple all-round age limit thus, rule one, which orlglually pro vided for' the disquallftotlon from the fres'hmen sports of a studeut M'ho resided at.any time in.any other University or similar position-will ex elude, all' competitors over.-20 years old: Rule'2 wlH.provlde that'ln the Oxford Athletic Club sports no com petliors shall exceed the ago of 2- years. Should' tho Cambridge University agree, Sporting Lite says, -a _ thin resolution may barrios ai men exceeding twenty-four years from tho Oxfprd- Cambridge v BULLFIGHTS ARE EXPENSIVE- -----r-r During 1911, in the 392 rings o Spain, 4354 hulls alia 5618 horses me their deilh in the bull ring. Ten tor eadors were and 166 Injured Seven .million spectators Xav? 5 on this "sport pesetas in that poor 'country.' There are 44 old matadors and 324 novilleros number of bandllleros, and phutoe amounts, to' 11-8, who .an nuirifget more "th'ao" four million pesetas' in pay.- 'Macbagullo, the m6s famous alone earned in G( jientap. Annually the amount to 500 million of pesetas. Four Imperial Acrobatic Japs at the Sherman McGILL'S NEW STADIUM TO gV-SEAy TWELVE THOUSAND; .Tho announeement that McGill sion gate, the wooden hleachera ou University will break ground next spring on .a stadium with seating ca- pacity for twolvo thousand spectators, IB tho second practical illustration ot the advancement of athletic, sports in Canniiian IInkersitlc.5. Rugby foot- ball.' of course, ranks toprnost and the far side, of will lie torn clown and ri concrete stand put up In teir place. .'Tho sito for tie 'McGill stadium will easily ruako. IL.tlie fines- athletic field in Canada. The proper- ly of tho Molson estate- purchased and presented .the University .by Sir mak'is tbe erection of n new field and! William. MKCdonald, Is localcd, bait1 modem Elamli possible. Onlverslly on thb strength -Toronto i way Hoyal. "The. siluatichi 'of the I Is', perfect; .commanding a full view7, s of its'footbali 'team, wis en- of the Montreal aud the St. to qrect' a fine nftvv- stari'j nml TJespltD Its clovalion, It is.easyv hsa done so well slnco at the admis- lot access by street car or automobile.) abted up by occupying a position the- top. Dumbarton iQueep.'s Park Out of the first sit in .the ScollWi 'Aberdeen.......... 17 League, the Cellle, 15 and Hearts of'Midiolhlari, went down Kilmarnosk- 16 to defeat, while Glasgow 'Rangers, Talklrk, Jlcrtbn and Airdrieonlans, DUNN 3IONS PLAYESS who occupied ithtrd, fourth, fifth .and skth posllicras respectively! gathered fresh, laurels. Hangers won train Builly Clyde'.on. the .Jailer's ground, 1 to 0, FOR MEDICINE HAT Falklrk aid Morton from Hibernians' jf to 1. i Celtic and Hearts, leaders of the Enjajed .Signing Up Ne Win' list.--Dec. Dert Dunn Is signing up some extra- ordinary players for the'Hat team. We heavy putclnse' of the nceptiontl 1912 Cuban crop, miun con- Hen to Knotten of i league, ran amuck wheri they cncoun-; according Io a loiter, which Manager tered Ajrdrleontans and Aberdeen, j U'. FL Finlay received from tho coach both having netted .against :them: no jat Oakland. pitchers and lesa than six goals to tbolr one good catcher have been signed !our respectively. It must not he'up by the Industrious Dunn ond every overlooked that Aberdeen, who have .one has a record which-would Indl- .ost nlno of their aevenleenygameB, cato considerable promtso for their have been have work this season with the Hat team. only 'won three game's and drawn five. Their main misfortune, or One of Ihe recruits which.will ad'd to the fighting force o( the iUttera 13 lies In tho lack ol strength oA their jKlwood Martin, a tall, rakish'lad of forward line, consietlng, mainly, of weak goat-getters. f- li. Glasgow and.Mor; Ion all accounted for their'opponents and climbed two points each towards 20, who has made a splendid (hawing as a pitcher In several of thn The Oakland papers