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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta T TT E L E TIIIt KI G B, I) AIL Y IT K R A L I) Thursihiy, 20, OCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST "Y' s Take the Measure of the Champion Sport- Goods in First Game of Season and Dis- Much Class --Outlook Bright for a Good Southern Division Team FIGHTING DICK HYLAND WENT DOWN BEFORE BROWN AT BURNS' ARENA play in the rest the 1 lockev made Us lttr.M.3 season debut iiim lot-al sporting circle, yes- veteran. Tim IHuine. let-day afternoon hefore a 700 crowd hand, and fos brilliant on who witnessed tlio lovreriiiK of thf i-olors of the haughty Sportinjsllooas by ihe Y.31.C.A. septate. The scoiv tht! gong sounded siood 3-3. aitJ premise of some interost- clashes INHWCII litest1 tea.us in coming city leneue fixtures. Although" the boys tried strenuously to dish np .something edible in tho _ _ hockrv line, tlio spine was really l-'or the trponing Guods hut ledge only lirst-class shinny. Blame it on at. centre, delivered large bundles liie ice thoaaili, not on ihe players, the goods aud scored hoih who.are none oi ihem novices in the Toots Henderson was also n: game. Tlie ice looked more like the the limelight on the defense. severed remains of ;i Kansas c-v- who is picking up a pointers on j clone than the regulation sheet of ihe art oi" handing out sfczlin.s hoek- lioekey ice, and the' hoys hail trouble i-y oiw oi the PatrL-k_ j ;tt times in dodging the miniature tions on HIP coast, -vvas 1 "His-Chiefs" which infested the Sporting Goods, and that made j The puck chasers were not strictly speaking, in big league trim, and the i defense was missed by tne tans. Hilt made, liuptfy hsslury irp around S'eulia was there ami did his share to keep l_Mlmg busv m tlie opposition nets. ken. Sto-ra1.'. also to the- cood. while red llov. ner. the yutinscc, uncorked some good lim-icy. eredit lor one. of the sails. ls. I uch PC ner. Calgary, Dee. 25. Dick llyland lowered his colors to I'al Brown of Hibbiiig, Minn., in a hard fought bat- j tie this afternoon. Hyland w'as on j his feel and in lighting trim, al- j i though worsted at the end of the fifteenth round, when Keieree Tommv i Hums awarded the decision to the j American. The old The battle was one of the best ,vas not on hibitions of the pugilistic science i-vev given in Calgary. Up until tlio fourteenth round honors were even and both men lia.l been subjected a terrible gruelling. In the four- teenth round Hyland was knocked down twice, the second time remain- ini: down until the count of eight. HEAVERS' RATING Will Not Be Determined by Won, But by Number of Hits Allowed, Says Ban John- ion Chicago, Dee. rocord of lllo number of games won and lost by American pliclim will appear In the official morales compiled of tho baseball season of I nrcai-dlnx to a statement of President Dun Johnson. "I niu opposed lo the present method of rating- said Johnson, "and tho won mid lost column will he absent in tho next hatch of pitching figures sent out from my otllce. "Instead of having the pitchers arranged, according io their vic- tories and defeats, it is my in- tention to have them rated accord- Ing to tho number of hits they yield in the games they play In, ir the hits they earned. ''1 inlend to put an expert at work to crolro a satisfactory for- mula and expect to have one ready by the opening of the season." SHERIFFS GUARDING RAI LROAD YARDS NEAR EDGEWATER MONTREAL LOWERED TORONTO'S COLORS IN FIRST N. H. A. GAME OF SEASON some difference to the score board, or ice is promised lor the uext chasiniMvas nut so strenuous will game, and jirobably the manipulator Le seen on ihe ice later in the st-a- of the- weather will i-iosi- up tlie i son. There was more wind on tne utilsidc looking in than could tt1 boasted of In some of the boys on The ice, but at that the was interesting, for it was even. Xo greased chain iightniiiK was un- corked In the first round and when the midway gong sounded, ihe score board was a CALGARY LOSES FIRST TO ED- MONTON TORONTO GOES DOWN TO MONTREAL London. In an exhibition Dame today the London intermedi- 01 UK' so that the utps defcat'ed PTCsiou seniors six to will be able to sit in Comfort to j llVB No. -is No. fi.................. No, 1 Alberta Red........ No. iiAlbevtn Red........ No. Alberta Hed..... -1 Alberta Jteii No. T. Alberta Hed Potatoes, per cwt Iteuts, nor Ib Carrots, per Ib 55 48 -io t.7ft 0.0 0.03 THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Dec. mur- ket today though not veiy active, was strong, opening higher and unking further advances during' trad- Ing bourn. There IK a Iirst demand behind these advances and record purchases for export purposes have been made .luring tho last two weeks. There ia i fair cash demand but better for grades from No. >1 dawn than for the higher snides. lieceipts were somewhat; lighter than the average, being 67S cars iu- pecied and 570 in sight. Cables closed Liverpool, holiday; Jaris U to up. Wheat: Open Close 32 82 as too bi ponderous, too alou long lug. the public bit it was kept go- The difficulty was that none of ever should have i'.lloived in the ring. Nor would there have been any of them taken up at hart it not been the craze to dig up some- body anyhow aud anywhere likely to MORE WHITE HOPES POP UP bination. The. fact was tonight, whilojbeat tha negro. "That is what caught j numerous changes' were made, many j the crowd and the promoters played j times the locals did not save them-j the string out to the limit. Aud thai selves as they should. Their defence! was tho end 01' it especially in the last period, was eas- ily drawn out. and Holmes, in goal, Tell do'tvn on several easy looking .London, Dec. of the tug- by football results today were "Edinburgh Academicals b. London ANNOUNCES 'Scottish 7. Penn-n 3, Bristol (i. Xeath 3. London Welsh 3. Swansea 18, C. ______ Glasgow Academicals H, 3-Ccnsinc- j ton Academicals 0. Mcliiujsh j Lalennelr London Irish 3. HUUBY NORTHERN" UNION Ratlley IS, Leeds 7. Broughion i'i, Sah'ortl 1.1. Trinity S. 3. -Mclnioso -wiJl devote bis whole time Leigh 0, L HUGH MclNTOSH HIS AS PROMOT- ER IN ANTIPODES Sydney, Dee. urmouTiced today thi'.t he had disposed j of bis iaterests in ihe pugilistic yame j tu "Snowy" Baker, a prominent pro-' motor. j Palzcr-McCarty Fight Will Not Settlo Supremacy Question Los Angeles, Dec. seemed yesterday that tne heavy- j weight elimination contest being eon-l" ducted here by a local promoter j whole match, was a very clean would not terminate on New Year's I as Marshall and Marsk were Day with the Al Palzer-Lutbcr with the players. Torontos Cany fight. The names or Frank Pittsburg, Bombardier and deliberate jn his movements to ever bo a real champion. Palzer is a tremendously big- fellow and by m means of the style of modern cham liions. He is not at all i'ast and lacks footwork. But he can bit. ami that wins for him iUid makes him danger- ous every minute. The bost looking white man to my of thinking is Bombardier tho .Englisb champion. .Every fight follower will recall how he had cut Palzer to pieces before a single one of those punishing punches to i. stomach put tho Englishman out. That It, liis weak HUSK. Wells thin Uirough, marking his lack power to withstand punishment I the body, lie is the fastest and de- And have they found in these cidediy the cleverest white man in three years of searching'.' Can Mor- tne rjng- anj a mlle added Moran, Yvells, the to a theatrical circuit. Baker hag pur- chased the stadium, where all big fights arranged by Mclntosh were staged, and hopes 10 airange a world's jigiKweight chamnicmshiji match, and] v.'ill offer champions in al! division special inducements to conn? In said. .English lisrhter, and "Gimboat" Smith have been suggested as possible op- poueuts for the winner of tlio Palzcr- McCarty 20-round bout. NEW LIGHTWEIGHT PUGILISTIC STAR APPEARS ON HORIZON tried to play too much combinations. When they become move accustomed to eacli other's playing, they will uiako a better showing. OPENING DAY OF HILLCREST PARK RACES As the curtain slowly rises on ibc Queensbury stage the lithe figure oC NOTED WOMAN SWIMMER RACED WITH THE Jack Britton, of Clinton, N. V., the classiest lightweight boxer in the MEN j worid, appears, says a writer in the I, Toronto, Dec-. ice races at UillcrcEt opened yesterday, with the track in slushy condition. Creosote, a long, rangy horse, had all thg best of it in the first race, winning the first, fourth aT.d fifth heats. The steady-yams trotter iMafgot J ris was hinted as n, sure wonder. He was anything but that, be was carefully hacked into easy things. Jim Flynn was the trial horse for them all for many a day, and Jim sot _ as i'ar as inside the ring with John- son. It was a jolrc light, as every- There body knows. Klynn hadn't a ghost of jng ]JIKS a show, and anybody that can't heat the fireman and handle him like a baby Is no match For Jack Johnson. ring'. weight at the .waist line should just about walk through anybody in today, and looks to me Hks thrj most likely man to do anything '.vji.h Jolin- Luther McCarty is the latest star in the heavy firmament. How good ho is renming to be seen. His fcating Jim 'Flyim decisively in 11! rounds is no great but he is a big, strong, young fellow, and may develop. His battle with j York Press. AM the cecnlaiaB of! Leonard won the trot in straight! j Paris, Due. race the Dan Morgan, mute manager of Brit.- i >miny tor the Christmas Cup j ton, although couched in superlatives, wum today. Mme. lined j have failed to indicate the full meas- ure ot the boxer's greatness. Equip- BOHNY DUNDEE WAS SNOWED uji for ihe at Alexander III. s bridge. The event was v.-on easily by lied with-a mental alertness .that en- Gerard Meishmer. who (-i.-vurcd the tbies him to meet and overcome all UNDER irjQ meters (about 37- yards') in one o'OFttiClcs. 110 matter how suddenly .___ 34 seconds. Motier.! pressed by an opponent, and with London, Dec. Chrisr.mas who siifftvlag frosi a resent j physiral erjual to all de- Tmy match iu tlie Scottish League re-1 sprain, mudt a. plucky struggle. Sh. heais, although Sllvcrtall was n strong contender for the first two hen's, but .Margot Leonard had too much early speed for her field, and was never headed In any heat. win for 'the Third Lanark- over Dundee, the score being -1 to 1. ed her courage by rousing enters. Just try KKEGAX'S. You'll reciate ihe .Mellowed eight years in wood. At all good dealers. D. 0. Roblin, Toronto Sole Agent for Canada. an them, Britton has uroved by his bouts that ho Is the ideal box- BRICKLEY, FOOTBALL STAR v FORCED TO PEDDLE PAPERS FOOTBALL Old Country Games or of the century. With a defensive skill that amay.es! diaries Bricklyy. the Harvard foot- onlookers aud disconcerts an opiioii-jball hero, whose name and fame wen; ent, with an offensive system that en- genders caution in an adversary and with an admirable adherence to the Ictto-r and spirit of tlie rules that should be an illuminating example to nil boxers, Hritton has demonstrated j i tiiat he is a rliarajdon in reality, if not by title. Tlif. of tho ringj lle .-.ml ihe greyhounds of the arena irrol all thu.Kuiuo to Urltion, who his opponents and Hi tlie; r-nd of tlio conte-ils. Hrition has bfjen introduced RH a Cbicagorn, but he is a native of Olin- N. Y.. having been born in thai n years nov.- n; the height 01' bwj puysiral :mtl njunul powr.ra, and jriuustionaiily iiii'ouid i.L-comti the liglit-f I champion oi tile -.vufhl. i His nanit is William Urtslin, but] when IIP began boxing iu he call-, er] Jack Uriuon. cf j and tlin name haa stuck. Nearly al! 1 his battles have fouahr in east and r.outh, with one visit to the I j PadlM Tho vncord of his bor.is does not show tint, any boxtr ever (uopjied Britton the nouiit, alvhounb there arts a fmv on polnU against him, Kay I'.roiiKon and Willin Kltuliic l-.ad Mir hminr of vor- dims iittn. heralded countrywide only a ife v weeks ago, is u newsboy .it Harvard. In the cold, gray dawn, Briekley can bo scon with ;t stack ot" papers under his arm hurry ing through dormitory hulls delivering to his morn fortun- ate follow students their early Tnorn- Lulidon, Dec. Thc tiriUsll fool- fiiiil L'esult.s were as Follows FIRST DIVISION' Chelsea 1, Manchester United Darby City i, West Broniwich 2. Evertmt 2, BlacK'tmrn Rovers I. ihuicfie.ster D, Tottenham Hois 2. Newcastle United I. Shcllicld Un- ited 2. Siiellield Wednesday 1. another youn? fellow coin- a whirlwind r'rench- man. Cai'ljentier. lie is only twenty, but is hailed as a marvel in .nd is an idol in France. Truo Piqjko beat him but the American a tough maa and has tlio experience and iting skill lo match CarpejUier'u ability and science and moj-o. 103'4. 109'i Close S2 79 70 December lay luly............. Oats: December 32% Uay................. :H% 341-a Flax: lOSVi 'aiiuary...........-. 105 CASH PRICES Wheat No. 1. .Northern Ko. 2. Northern No. 3. Northern No. 1.................. No. Feed....................; 4JI Winter Wheat: No. '1.............-...... W No. No. HP> Oats: No .2 C. 32 No. 3. (J. -S1, Extra No. 1. Feed No. i. Foed -2SL No. 2. Feed............. Barley: ;7. No. W-. No. 4................... Itejected :U) 1. MINNEAPOLIS Whem.. December Jlity luly..... December Open Close SCVi S7TJ 91% SSVi remedy for Coughs sa little and docs papers. has adopted :t sailor too small for 'rm, and this garb lut by yaMiiv; (.-rowds. stnnt ix jir.rr of his ir.- iJilo the infitUutt: