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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SJX THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY UBKALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1913 ROGERS LANDS OFTENER BUT MCCARTHY 13 THE AGGRES- OUTCLASS- ED BV O'HERN Lewlelon, record-break- Indoor Athletic Contest for Armstrong Shield at Y.M.C.A. To-Night and Tomorrow Night One of the Important features or meets were held and .was won by Ar- the Y. M. C. A. wort among men Islfble Clark. A number ot Ush school physical training. Ali round devel- [flttUlts have a for .them-', opmeat Includes mental n'id eplrltual 'selves this summer and they are 11 te- as' Veil EG phjslcal tn'.nbg and to ly to roafee iho older bgys go some receive llie mosl good arl should work Uils tibie. Former records and hold- era for Indoor meets iare: joj crbwd vILneued the" "batile b-jm hftrmonr. VeiT ,er fitronp i i SK SWAT'S ffa Sled of HBhtlog. Rogers lauded Oi Y. M C. Y Is doing a greater nurabDr ot blows and jot two grelt work and Is startlog boys o- tLe right path (o do the greatest but McCarthy was a! f- ways the aggressor and seecs [o nave the harder punch.' The division nts very .popular. Chapman, the llghttcg chauffeur of Cleveland, defeated torcs In the [frond round, Lha latter qtUtlns alter a siring to the ]lw had pit him down. the Great Falls reather- H'ci'sit, was outlasted by Q'Hera and Keferee Mclntoah clapped tile bout'In the fourth, giving O'Hem lie Ferguson had everything except the HODCSON ESTABLISHES NEW CANADIAN RECORD Montreal Swimmer BrtaKi Hundrtd- Yart.Mark at M. A. A. A. Meet. Montreal, Dec. R. Hodg- throughout their lite. However, thcv need Ihe hearty of the peo- ple of Ills city. Athletic training has row become tut of every man's life. Be- hish (eel 10 in- G. Campbell. Running high feet 5 Inches, Pendls. Sprios board Jilga (eet 3 In- ches, G. Campbell. Hunnins high feel 3 laches, A Clark. sides developing a strong body, he I Elshteea-foot rope 4-5 sec- feet 4 Inches, A. 35 also (o think quick- ly, and above all, to play [air. These things help him very much In everr wain ot life. As a ielp to foster Rthlellcj, Arinstroig tlnlly docated the Arm- strong Shield in 1911, lo Se competed for'yearly for the all-round champion- ship of the Y. 51. n. A. In outdoor athletics. It Iha fall of 1911 It was competed for by a large number ot' nlng hlth jump, spring hoard lilgh .oads. Cl'lk. Twelve-pound Ehot feet inch, n. Hyan. 'Many of these have bet.n beatea in practice since. The program for the flrst alght Is as follows: Three standing broad Tlia eltended.orer thrw evenings; four events laUag plats evening. It was won by Jump, hlsh tlcV, IS-ft. rope cllmp, vault, swimming length 'o: liool. Second night: Standing Archla Stewart by SIS points oul of Jump, running high dive, lence vault, a possible ISM. H ms con-; potato race, 12-lb. shot put, swimming tested, then belnj only 8 polnla be- four lengths ot pool. Bon, the middle distance champion I second'and third p'ace. The following athletes wjll com- -Jn J912 it vls r-ar u ihc pete: K. P. Stewart. F. Pendle. B. awimmer Ihe world. to ils -lanrels in the Canadian Indoor srlm- chamnlonshlp at tha M.jLA.A. Gjiiirday, when he won the hundred- >-ard dash from Prank -McGfil and a new Canadian record. iAnqlaer mark "was lowered .by who the 230-yard breast stroke under the Shimming dub. The' compelltlon In the diving was the keenes! erer seen- at aa Indoor nject tri Montreal, eight entries the nonora went lo Peter Cameron, of thn-Montreal Amateur Athletic asao- "ciition.' -Toronto was represented by Arthur. Allan, who holds the cham- p.'onshlp of the Toronto Brimming and Is tha swimming champion of the Upper. Canada eol- Icge. Only two polnta separated Cam- eron and Allan lor first honors, while Johnson of the T. M. C. A. club, Kaa- only four' behind Allan. sporus held Jn coanectlon with Lethbrifce Eihlbfilon and was Rynrt, Godwin G. Caroptell, C.. Me Kalo. F- Bonn ell. .51. DunBworinr F. FRANK PATRICK WILL DON UNIFORM AGAIN Kcnaatlanal Return to Form of Dubble _ Kcrr Feature of-Last Match. won Stewart' An there not a outdn.or meet he! d this H was a e reed to" compete for the Shield at .ndoori meet, as It TV as Bol advisable. J ireilber conditions to tiold aci m'vst at this seaton of .tie year. 7 AT ?drge' Dumber -athletes .haye been preparing for Eorne time "aad compellUoa fa eixpecled. One need not be a star to have chince. o? polntfl.are ftr: en'iccordlng'to'a ifltt-polat sUndard, aod one Thp li falriy so'od in manr eventa a better chance than -one who oo4y clars lii 'aw. irinter i of thrw Ross, B. McElyea, R. T. Caln.-aud a number others. OSIQS to a apralcred foot and shoulder, tecelted In a recent" accl-, dent, A_ C. SteTraH, former. Tflnner of the Shield, 'wift be u liable compele. OmclaJs-wlll be: referee; T. B. Rcssr Judge JactEpn, J. P, R: P.' Wallace, J. DawEou, K. Jobn_soa.r' J1, ,f -The meet promises to be Interesting throughout, and .a under (he able Mr. V. R. director. The small -suia or 25 cenU will be charged, which includes both evenings. Th'e program starli at S o'clock- ;Lddles aro very cordiillf iurfled to be preaent. QUEBEC RUGBV FOOTBALLlffllON WILL' SUBMIT SOME VERY IMPORTANT Eartemcrt i Would Introduce Snap Back 3yartern, Abolish Side Scrlmmigtrt, Do Awiy with Thne-Yard Rule and Abollih Point for Lfne Kick MUST IE EQUAL waa received ken Iron Lou- don loivr toil' the Eofllsli poMatta vtil taailat ipon unl. fm lij maaWx-.nal c< all uaW to Ihi Interna- tional ccclett to fee (ought In. JaUe. Lint tit EatHtl- o( such but the American uwd talier Brl- claimed. L'tHfd SlatM a dUUnct IN .TEN-HOUND LAND WITH BOUT. AT OAK- JOE 'AZCVEDA the Smoker always appreciates We have, everything (o delight and please lie iaiokor. All In pretty rickagea and boles. PIPE RACKS TOBACCO JAM ASH TRAYS LEATHCR POUCHES MEEH8CHAUM BRIAR PIPS8 High class Havana Cigars and 50 Just the. thing (or "Him." The Elite Cigar Store Pirry 4 Reid, Adjoining Sherman Theatre Dec. Mor- an, the EngUib. lightweight, was dis- qualified Referee James GrlBJn, in the GlxUr'raud 'of 10-1 round Joe Azeyedo, last' nlgblj "and the 'decision was awarded to the Sacramento fighter. Eailr in the sixth round the referee, caiitUntd. Moran against his butting tactics, but tha warning vas un herd- ed. Several times Moran utM bis head In the repeated ef- forts o! Griffin to sion lhat style 61 ijhtloj we're unavailing. When round closed 'the .rcterfe. lalsed Aze- vedo's band and declared hlin winner. HE WANTS TO FIGHT blooded abd full-fledged fibanlsh' ado'r, who IB In'Canada with the peclations of miking a pile ffioaej but of hull fighting. He expected to arrange a series .of fighlg In the big cities of Canada Ihls" winter! t-jt his cSprts so far-cave not .been: very well received. InJTorqnlo, for in- Fiance, he couldn't a sulUble arena for the. battle. JIMMY WALSH GOES TQ'.N.'Y. AMERICANS Chance Geti. Good Man In One of Connie Mick's butfialdtn Xew Walsh, outSelder1 "of" the world's" '-chaDipion Athletics, became the property.of-the NOTICE TO OOLPERS Will any lady or gintlemin de- airing to' Interact thani'aeiyta In the fomiatlon cf a goU cCuh, Ukt th. eld Coyntrv Club links, pleaae communlcaU: with Mr. W. B. Box or Mr. A. J. at hi, of. flu In the Acarfla blocpc, Monday when will be htld. BIBLE CLASS AND AT H LET 1C ASSOCIATION OF N. LETHBRIDGE Holdi Annual Reeling Organlaa for Wlntir The Young Men's Adult Bible clw .ii'-A'.lilellc association of St. Alt drew'8 church, .Vorth Trill toid-. their, annual meeting tomorro'w night 'at the church. The busloeis tc tie dlscuHied win he the re-o'rganlu. tlon of-all-deparliuenta (or tbe. win- ter'a work. All young men ot North ere cordially Invited Ic J-.uri.. VI league club re-, j Prank rj- aUend thla irell sent a chick.'Understood to be for; to the Philadelphia manage-, thus doticgrta deal.rWaleh come'iit the Neir YorSs Vancouver, Dec, lYsnk Patrlci, nuaeer ol ths -Vancouver boekey coae a reealar again thU aad vill play for a Urn's, at In'next Taefldaj1! match between Vancourer aid Victoria! DMrler Pilre will play point, wlta OrUrla at cover point Aa (he. Freochmaa geli Into irlll be. tnored up on ilia futnre of the lut matcb at .Victoria, fraa- sccaatloDal nturn to' form of Dabble Kerr, oce of Olla- stars of two aeu'ons ago: Ladies! Secret to Darken Year Hair Bring back color, glow and thlcknnt' with Qrindmaa' ntlft of Saga and Sulphur Oombaoa garden sage brewed Into a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol-- added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair bee.uUI-.illy dark and luxuriant; every bit o' dandruff, stop scalp Itching and falling hair. MUlng the .Sage Tea snd Sulphur recipe at hooie though, 13 troublesome. An easier way Is to gel the ready-to-iise Ionic, costing about 50 cents a largo bottle at drug store, known- u "VVyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Urns aroUlag a lot of ransa.- While- wispy, gray, [aded la not all deslte to re- tain our youthful appearance and allracllreaeja. By darken- ing your hair with Wyeth'a Sags ted Sulphur, no one can (ell, be- It does It so naturally, to You lujl dampen a ifotte DT toll bnijh wllh It and drtv tils through your hair, tuk- OM mall strand at a time; by raornlng all gray balrs have 1 After "another ap- plle.ljon-or two your hair conei bMutlfully darX, aid luiurlanl and you.ap- ftu yoflnser. J. V. lllf- iabothiM.ft Co., LW, MonlJeal, Dec. Uilrty-sec-1 end rneettig o! tfie Quebec Rugbj Football union, the oldest body' of 1U A.1'-A. A. clubhouse here. President Gayiford. of Ottawa presided. The following amendments will go before Ihej annual meeting o[ tie Can- adian Rujbr union" aeil January, all unanimously decided by the Quebec I.-..To abolish too two Bide scrim- To do with the three-yard rule and wballlnle a fair catch. 3. To atari play from the line by the syilem Instead ot heel- ing out the ball, as at present. To abolish Iho point scored by a ban klcled to Ihe dtad line. SgctealkKia .were made apart from tie'amendments that good Judges be abolished and that teajr.i qualifying forflnals furnish a. list o( players to Q. R. F. V. A Drastic Rule. The Q. H. F.'v will Instruct Its of- Ucers to pinlBh any player striking opponent or. holding by pulling them out ot the game, but allowing a sub- stitute and that any player pill oat of the game three limn during the tea- son bo removed from participating In ho league. Letters will sent out by the secretary to the other (oolhall organizations, wllh Ibo request that TORONTO SOCCER TEAM TO TOUR 'STATES on an agreement Iclween the" club FOOTBALL Toronto, Dec- Queen City professional soccer (oot- ball team will be liken to" St. Louis for a scries of gamea In that city and aarcoundlng towns at Christmas, arrange- mentt having been made'to this" effect. It Is expected that one or two Hamn.lon players will be asked lo Join Ihe party. Tbe team leaves on the. 23rd. frank Chance let Claude Derrick go to Ualtimcca'at Mack's Yequett, Aho latter agreeleg to give. Chanc6 the tick of Da- ley and Dannie- ifurphy. Chance picked 'Walsh, and Ihe. latler after- wards such good ball Slack tried to Induca the Nei-' York mfj-.ager to telec-t another' man. Cbance stuck to his original choice, however, Ibe clinching transaction re- sultlns. Lxindon, Dec. are the results o( football jamea played to- the football assocUlloa cup: South End United 2; Brentford 0. South Shields 2; Luton 0. Chesterfield Town a; North Shields HOCKEY GAME AT CRANBROOK LAST. NIGHT Cranbroolt, D.C., 'Dec.' first hockey match of the'season pTay. ed tonight between' ijrb'elly 'league earns, -wbea the llon defeated: by a of S to i- The Ice wai'ln good nape and a gobd crowd we'nj'iln at- eudance, BURT DUNN IS STILL SIGNING BALL PLAYERS Rute Blotaoms Into Pitcher- Landa Hayes Fait Outneltfer, Medicine Hat, Dec. Hurt Dunn has been doing a land of- Dee business In California gelling c players (or the Hal team. In a letter Just received by President Flnlay ha ttat he has secured Pltchor Martin, a leading coast player, and a they carefully consider Ihesc' s-Jgges-', Durt and live their supporl K possl- ble. .ow COLLAR good oulGelder named Hayes, who, a. covering IOC In 11 seconds and batting (Ike a flood. Rulic Ltvy, (.he rian who played second baso with the Hatters last aeawn, has been doing somo pbe- coraenal pitching." At Piacervllle (ew daya ago he fanned 15 men, and baa now Intimated to Uunn that ha would forsake Ihe capalan wllh Ihe 'Manufacturers. Burl hi; at ways looked favorably upon Ihe game little eecond stek'er, rind no douM he Trill ftpprove offer. Rube nol