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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta "Page 6 THE ^AkBKID A HEBALD ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS Thursday, January 2, 1913. MY1 WHITE HOPE SPORTING GOODS � CLEANED UP HOCKEY MEETING TONIGHT HAD TOO MUCH SPEED FOR THE WATERMEN IN THE HOCKEY MATCH AT LAKE The Sporting Goods established their superiority over the Aquatics yesterday afternoon in good shape iu a city hotkey league feature at tin lake. The score w�s'5 to 1. The winners had the game cinched from the start, skating away from � their opponents and coralling the | puck in the vicinity of the opposition '� net and slipping it through to its bil- j let in six minutes Jeiletf; was the .successful negotiator and he "made it j on a clever lift 'on a long shot fronJ the side. Four minutes later the Aquatics 'evened up on a piece of combination jvorfc by Cavanagh and Warwick, the latter making a lightning shot in  front of the goal on a pass from the . former. ,. � � The Sporting Goods were deter- _- * Rink Blown Down i.ast Night ? -Full Attendance Required ? ft ? * .9. 9 ? ? ? ? ? The president of the City Hflckey league is calling a meeting for this evening at 8 o'clock in T. C. Ridpath's store, to discuss the rebuilding of the rink, which was.again blown down last night. Other matters of importance will come up. A large attendance is urged. B E FIERCE FIGHT AT YESTERDAY Palzer Outclassed Yesterday in Second o* Heavyweight Elimination Matche v: SECOND HALF In, the second session the Sporting Goods were not called upon to ex-; tend themselves and the game grew perceptibly slow- Three of the for-waifd line of the winners on one occasion protected Taylor, the cover point", irorn molestation, while he sped.down the centre of the ice and scored the first goal of the half with-, out difficulty. v The Aquatics were not destined to figureiin the scoring in the last half and the Sporting Goods added their fifth goal,and wen? contented at that, the game concluding 5 to 1..'. . The Aquatics have registered a protest against the eligibility of Mc-Gillis as a player of the Sporting Goods, claiming that he rightfully te-lcings to the Y.M.C.A. Harry Pilling played a whale of a game in goal for the Sporting Goods. .Stanley McArthur refereed  in good style. He dealt out penalties with an. iron hand to the unruly and there was plenty of rough work in evidence at times. A good crowd saw the game. They were protected, hy the. high board fence from tho fierce blasts which swept the lake. The line-up : Sporting Goods Goal San Francisco, Jan. 1.-Frankie Burn's second threw a towel Into the ring in the seventeenth round of his fight with Harlem Tommy Murphy today. Burns had been beaten almost insensible, and his face had losi it* contour. -Murphy, barring the second round when he ran foul of a right-cross t'1:,t sent him to the mat for a couple o( seconds, was at all times Burus" master. Ringside odds saw Burns on t�e long end at 10 to 6 agains*. '.'� tt> ' this morning. Murphy had everything: his.- ��) way in the first round. He displayed dazzling speed and landed time �rd time again left hooks to the jaw, the ' drawing blood, and all but flooring :he | Oaklander. Burns opened the third with two vicious clouts to. the jaw. after which the round resolved itself into a slugging match. Murphy, staggered Burn.- in tbe fourth and forced hiui into a corner. The Harlemite nearly floor;..! Hums in the fifth, hut Burns forced Murphy to a clinch; j^. Aiisoles, Jan. J .--Luther McCarty 3Prinsfteld, Mo., shattered the heavy weigUt championship ambitious of Al. Falzar, the lowa giant, at the ar*1"1 today- For nearly elgtiteen loiicds h" used the huge frame of the Uuvait us a punching bag. The mid-of the eighteenth round found.Pal-i-j'r steering blindly about under a voiu y lff�ts to nis battered Iace> 3Ud 'when Referee Charles Eyton . jlkvi between the men and hoisted I riaht hand of the smiling cowboy 4j[ piiciiis'. his decision was received i cheers. . , i McCarty's victory, following his de-'cisivc defeat three weeks ago of Jin* Flynn places him at the top of. the list of white hopes in the heavyweight class. McCarty has announced and relter ated the statement that be would never fight a negro. Palzer Outclassed Palzer, In Bplte of hia superior height, weight ami reach, was no match for the cool-headed, agile young ster. He literally stumbled through the fight, assimilating awful punishment, and his rights 'were wholly ineffective. He scarcely landed ;. clean blow throughout the fight. Palzer began the fight with an aggressiveness that TREATED WORSE THAN BASEBALL IMPH Scottish Rugby Team Lowered the Colors of France, the Referee Being Blamed Thereat was Promptly Mobbed Paris, Jan. 1.-For the first time in France a football riot occurred today. It was at the Pare des Princes, Paris, after a Scottish rugby team defeated a French team by a score of 21 to 3. The mob broke down the barriers and assailed the referee, J. W. Baxter, with sticks and steies. It required the united efforts oi the play- ers, police and mounted officers to break up the disturbance and rescue the official. On returning to Paris a large crowd of spectators of the �-ame paraded the boulevards shouting "Down with the referee." Afterwards they1 made a demonstration in front of the offices of a sporting newspaper. show his superiority, though there was no kale up on the issue. Warner appeared to the best advantage, j 'Vo th men landed 0Ileu iu tIie cixtn, W� I'il^^f ^Playing constantly for the face and Berg in eight minutes on a half-nelson and then they went to it for thirty minutes more, neither securing a fall, * The display of ability by Warner especially drew expressions of. admiration repeatedly from the spectators- : " ,| '' BOXING BOUT The' boxing bout was not put on on until after- the wrestling. Jack Rogers made rt apparent that he knows the Queensbury game. He appears to be a finished fighter in ev--ery respect. He has the method and the make-up of a seasoned boxer who has been up against some good ones in his time. Thona Chisholm, his opponent in the four-round mill yester7 day, was hardly a match for Rogers. He'was light and lacked the punch that usually accompanies ' an over-shifty boxer, but his showing against Rogers pleased the crowd. Aquatics V., Schweitzer Point (E:v, Schweitzer �-.';..; Cover Point Cavanagh Warwick Wade Rover Centre Left Wing Right Wing Pilling Devine Taylor Davies McGillis Jellett Charlton ? : ? > > * * ? > : > ? ? LOCAL TEAM FOR DISTRICT LEAGUE The Sporting Goods will enter a team independently in the District Hockey League, which - cine Hat. 9 9 9�l9 9 * A ^jpkey League MWfa^tice Hours 4 � � 1*.%. ' ^tifflfiW.'OMtoSS-7.30 to 8.30, Y. A-''nMT0' Aquatics; 9.30 , tS.40;Sr*8po^ti(ig? Goods. '^fiMftdiyi-rl:3J9; to 8.30, Sporting tym?ifo&M$lty Y- M- C A.; 9.30 g*UTa&^7||R.lio.'8,30, Aquatics; %m*mm0>&�**- 9-30. to -r8.3ft.vto 11UI>, \�j 1111 !(?, SjjbitJJig Goods emffy- bft changed in tn Mtofij ueinBiarranged fu )?^ifie citj, lengut spo r. 41 5 Alberta Red 17 U ,00 Bran, per ion .. .. \. tV Bhorts, per ton........�. . 13.(10 Oats, per ton. sacked 26.00 Kolled Oata .............27.04 Vegetabls*: Potatoes, per cwt......0.75 Beets, per lb......... .. .. .. 0.03 Carrots, per lb............. 0-03 Turnips, per lb,. ..,..............t. Onions, per lb.....,.............. Poultry: 0*ese. ltv� ..... Turkeys ............................ Live spring chickens, per lb. Fowl.................. Ducks.............v. . Butter and Egger Dairy butter........... Creamery buttet i.i,. Eggs, fresh............ Sheep: Uve, per cwt .. .>, � � Dresaed. per cwt .... � � � SAW THE CELTIC BEAT RANGERS Central and Westminster Teams Play-The League Standing to The last game of the School Indoor Baseball League will be played at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium to. morrow morning at 10 a.m., between Central and "Westminster teams. The standing todate is as follows: P. W. L. 2 3 2 3 Central .. . High School �Westminster Fleetwood . P.C. 1000 .666 .500 .000 HOCKEY CHALLENGE Leth'bridge Junior hockey team hereby challenges any hoys' team in Lethbridge to a game or series of London, Jan. .1.-Seventy thousand | games at Henderson Lake. Teams people oaid to witness the Celtic and I must all be under seventeen years, "HH by with fourof the five scores made ness Men and Seniors played/ by them in the seven innln-ge played.  There is still a chance of the Seniors For five innings 'after tie first the i being tied for first, but they have a Seniors were held rimless, but in the | commanding lead and are not likely: Beventh Sel'deribecker made a daring!to. be beaten out of the champioB-sVeal home from third, adding the |flfth run. The^Dorrajt'orV team is not particu- fij|rty strong-at; the bat, and they sel \tma hit anything past the infield. SSfe 'w*r6 ^ C0Dsl(ie''erncy fought their oppo-!^Pfrf|pj(tter finish. With Allen to 'W^0VP-^r� strikes on him, Carlie |gp||ftj^)!ttJ home, and was caught ship. '> ? ? *�*>? �> > ^9-9' Rangers' play the greatest game ever seen in Glasgow in football. From start to finish it was the keenest of struggles with many fine passages of play and until the whistle blew no one could be sure which would be the winner. Luck told in the Celtic favor. The Rangers were .without Reid, Bennett and Smith. The full results in the Scottish League were Raneers 0, Celtic 1. � r .-Aberdeen 1, Dundee 0. L Morton 2, Airdreonians 0. Clyde 0, Falkirk O.Hamilton A. 0, Motherwell-0. Kilmarnock 2, St. Mirren -1.-Partick Thirties 3, Third, Lanark 1'. Toronto, Jan.. 1.-Very excellent goal-tending by Vezina; was responsible for another defeat of tbe Tecum-, sehs at the Arena tonight,, Canadiens wlnning_by.4 to 3. ^The largest crowd of the season Baw the game, which was clpse.-.tlirougbout,. but not notable for speed until near the end of the final period, when-Tecumsebs came very close to evening the count. Vezlr.a, however, stood in thq breach, and practically won the game tor thp. Frenchmen. Canadiens had ''London, Jau; ^.Football games play* a merited adyaptage,op Tecumsehs hj: TODAY'S FOOTBALL GAMES ed today resulted as follows } First Division: Manchester City 4, Notts' County'0. " *T. CiSeoond Divi$on: Glossop Full-&ata..o. .' .  >/Scottish League: Celtic 9, Clyde 0; Patrick Thistles,3, Glasgow Rangers 3. CANADIANS BEATEN The Ottawa University was defeated by Detroit, 3 to 2, al Detroit yestor; day in a hockey, cloau. made, in their game at Henderson Lake yeulerday afternoon. Simpson and Munroe starred for the picked team, wMlo-all the Knox, boys play- sd well. The line-up was as follows : j w)th a han} ?tra!ght left t0 the chin. Picked Team rPalzer brought blood from McCarty's lip with another straight left. They clinched as the bell rang. Palzer stopped to shake hands with McCarty. The round was even. ROUND 2-McCarty landed a bard right to Paher's jaw and forced Palzer to make several vicious swings. They exchanged rights to head und hard body blows in a clinch. McCarty drove a tcrrifiic left to Palzer's left eye. Palzer reached McCarty's face with two lefts and McCarty sent Palzer's head back with a left to 'the face. Both landed hard lefts to the face. McCarty brought blooi from Palzer's nose with a right swing and sent swift lefts and rights to the stomach. McCarty apparently landed at will on Palzer's stomach McCarty's round. ROUND 3.-Paizer sent a right to the body and put two hard rights to the stomach. Both missed and they went into a clinch. McCarty rammed straight left into Palzer's face and followed with right and left to the body. McCarty landed light left to the face and cleverly blocked a terrlffic swing! Palzer in a clinch crossed witfe a left to McCarty's face, rammed, Palzer's jaw with right and left with terrifflc. speed. They exchanged blows in the centre of the ring. McCarty's round. ROUND 4.--After feinting McCarty landed right and left to face. McCarty swung bard right to stomach and Palzer sent threa lefts to jaw McCarty put right to Palzer's jaw-Round even. ROUND 5.--Both of Kilmer's eyes were swollen when lie came up in the fifth. McCarty drove a hard right to the ribs, sent right to chin and BWung a hard right uppercut. Palzer drove a viciou.-, right to McCarty's heart and Mc'\trty put lefts and rights to the luce causing Palzer's mouth and nose to bleed. Panzer drove hard lert. to McCarty's chin but the cowboy merely grinned. Carty's round. ROUND 6.-Palzer put two straight rights to McCarty's face. McCarty swung, his right to tho jaw causing another flow of blood from P.1-'^'8 mouth. . Palzer sent McCarty to the .ropes with two lefts to the face but ''McCarty bounced back smil'r.g. P"1" aer went to his ?ft and *�e MBssQurian oame back with a ri$'3t hnpk'to the chin. Paljar'j* ey6 Closed. Both were laughing as they weqit to their corners. {,-,* was McCarty's' round. , 1 . ItSPUND 8.-McCany sent h�rd rishjt to the wind and loft to face. "fll' atr rocked McCarty's head with two straight lefts. MeCar'v' round hy lWle. ..(Continued on, 7) FIRST MARKET OF NEW YEAR Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 2.-The market opened at � to h advance this morning, and was steady during the course of trade- Exporters are reported to bo heavy buyers of Mav wheat and there is a good cash demand for all grades from No. 3 Northern down, ijut little, inquiry for two top grades. Offerings are, however light. Oats and flax were quiet but show signs of improvement. Receipts for the pact two days were heavy, being 1,836 ears inspected uctl 750 in sight today. Cables closed : Liverpool J to \-up, Paris unchanged, to % up, Berlin unchanged, and Budapest $ up. Wheat- Mav ...... July ...... Oats-May ...... Flax-May ..... Jan....... Open 34 fc 1.124. 1.06J ;io:;e S6�- 1.1'3 1.05', Cash Prices Send reply ^to Harvey care of Y.M.C.A. Schweitzer, . TECUMSEHS LOSE AGAIN Second Win for Canadians-Big Crowd in Attendance speed.1 The ..sturdy 4ef encp- of the iuVi' dlana offset 'that advantage to a largi?* extent, TORONTQ T.EAM, EASY FOR OTTAWA SPEEDERS Ottawa, Jan. 1. - The suialh-Bi crowd that has ever 'witnessed a National Hockey association game in Ot-. tawa saw the Ottawas defeat the To-rontos, by 7 to 1, in a poor exhibition at the Aieuij. tonight. , ervffie Ji Wheat- su. nl No. 3 N6r.................. 'H- No. 4 ... -, No. r> ... ,#....... ' *H No. (J ... M� Feed ..... .................... 40 Winter Wheat- No. 1 . 1 "n No. 3 ... 7H ^To. 4 ... ....................... 70 Oats- No. 2 C W................. 301 No. 3 (;. W. ................. 'Ti No. 1 Feed . ..... ........ 273. Barlev- No. 3 a a No. 4 .... ....................... 11. Rejected 3S Feed ........ Flax-No. 1 N. May ......... July ......... May . July . Sept. W. C. .......... Minneapolis Chicago m m 89i-88 l.Oli 8(i 87:'- au, 891-88?, EDMONTON BEAT CALGARY Edmonton, Jan. 1.-Bdmonton Dominions defeated the Shermans, of Calgary, today in an exhibition hockey game by a score of 0 to 0. , LEGISLATURE MAY . TABOO EXECUTIONS Seattlo, Dec. 31-That the Washington legislature, at the coming session, will aboliBh tho death penalty, and will curtail the pardoning power of the governor in Trst degree murder cases, is indicated by a poll of house and senate members now being taken by the Seattle Star. With a vote of 34 to 12, the house thus far stands practically 3 to 1 in fjivor of abolishing capital punishment. . ' There are 97 members in the house. It takes 49 to pass any bill. In addition to the house members who have' expressed positive views, ten have replied tbit they are still undecided, and three expressed tbeni-eelveB as in favor }?� retaining tho present laws,- but ssjitt they are open to .conviction that Ute death penalty should be abolished ," The senate has t ius far recorded itself by a vote of 11 to 7 In favor of abolishing capital j?i|ulBhnient. ,/6 ;