Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1911 THE LET HN RIDGE PAGE ON THE GRIDIRON CANADIAN i REGINA RETAINS TITLE WESTERN CANADA CHAMPS Defeated Winnipeg Rowing Club in Clever Style Saturday Winnipeg. MnnToet. the oponlUB fcamo to a perfection ne or before seen in Winnipeg, the 1 Klna rugbyistB once more proved tlial rugtiv as played in Hegina in superior to that played in Winnipeg, when Ihey downed the iiowing Huh sciuad at Rly- IM- I'ark on Saturday afternoon for ino Western Canada championship in a uaniB which was featured by wide op- en jilay. In which both teams played IirlUlant football. But it was not unlu .if I or a desperate struggle had been aged es that the champions retained llioir'honora by the count of 20 t 111 which tile score hardly tells tile closeness of the battle. But it explains the fact that the visitors had much more finish and more style than Hie locals, and an attack that is more ef- fective. It was a game which de- cided in tho air, the superior ami bet- ter place kicking and fast running of !he rear guard of the champions hclng the chief factor in the outcome. Hamilton Trounced Montreal Hamilton, Out.. Nov. With l.lentv of dash. formations end changing the style of the Tigers yesterday defeated Montreal by a score of '22 to The Tigers outplay- ed mid outclassed their opponents at all points. Montreal introduced some new formations and trick-plays, which the local players easily broke up. The game was clean' throughout. I.eckie and McGilvie, for the Tigers, used fin Judgment by punting. Hropliy was the pick of the Montreal division, and was ably supported by Berwick and Saun dors, who replaced Tnrker. Ottawa Team Lost at Toronto Toronto. Ont., Nov. 1. St. Pat rick's of Ottawa made their initial an pearance here Saturday when they mot T.fi. A.A. in a senior O.lt.P.O championship fixture and met defeat by a score of H to 38. Many changes Were made ill the llne-ull of hotl teams. The locals 'were without tin services of Burkhardt. "Whale, Foster and Bell. The visitors played Kei Williams on their half line. University Won at Edmonton Edmonton, AJta., Nov. In tin third and decisive same for the citj rugby championship, University of A' bcrta defeated Civics by a score of to 3 on Saturday. 'Varsity led on tli grand total for the series. 2i to Tho game was witnessed by over spectators and was filled with sensa tlonai features, though both team: made costly mistakes. Varsity will meet Calgary Tiger here next Saturday, in the first of thi home and home games for the Albert] championship. MUST BID HIGH FOR JOHNSON Great Pitcher Turns Down Offer of reds Fort Smith, Ark.. Nov. have to raise the Washington ante i they want said Walter Johnsot Ditcher for the Washington America league baseball team, said here todaj He asserted that S15.000 would no tempt him to leave the Washingto club .Tobnson admitted the St. Loni Federals' offered him for tli season. "I can'get that from Washington, he added. "They'll have to do bette than that." He asserted he drew J12.000 a yea from Washington under his contrac which has lust expired, and admitte the Washington elub had offered hii nn additional sriOOO. However, he in- dicated the contract offered to him was for a long, period, to which he was opposed. AMERICAN Harvard Walloped Michigan Cambridge, Mass.. Oct. efcatcd '.Michigan by n of 7 to here loilay, In a football Karon al- ost devoid nt spectacular play and onfiued lu conservative attack and Some spectators wit- essed (id minutes of hard-fought crlmnmgo in which straight football reilominaloil throughout. Neither eleven evinced any jiartic- lar desire to use the much-heralded orward or lateral pass, and the gen- ral advance was achieved by a series r line spiced witii an ocea ional OIH! run. Princeton-Williams Tied Princeton. X.J.. Oct. ml Williams met in football her ay, and Ihe game resulted in a 7 to 7 e, the Tigers scoring their touch- own and goal with only two minutes o play. Yale "Comes Back" Strong New Haven, Conn., Oct. ate lost to Yale today, W to 7. The tugby passing same completely hat led tho vistitors. In the third period 'ale plaved its entire second team, nil it was iiien that Colgate scored, "ale played its regular team again ill lie fourth period. The game.abound-, d in spectacular runs. Navy Has Hard Battle Annapolis, Mil.. Oct. met tartar here this- afternoon in Agri- irifjra! and Mechanical College of Vorth Carolina and cained a two-point IK to 14, in the most warmly contested game played on the Navy ield in a ions time. Cornell Easy Winner Ithaca. NT., Oct. play- ed straight football today, and crush- ed Holy Cross by a score of 'IS to West Point Outclasses Villa Nova West Point. N.Y., Oct. Army outclassed Villa Nova in every department of the game today and won easily by a score of -il to 0. Villa Nova's offense was weak and was pro- ductive of only two first downs. Syracuse Trims Indians Buffalo, NT., Oct. university defeated Carlisle here to- day 21 to 3. Carlisle's attempts at the open game ended disastrously, the Indians' most notable gain being made by Captain Calac through the Syra- cuse centre. Dartmouth 32, Amherst 0 Hanover, N.H., Oct. succumbed !i> the. powerful attack of Dartmouth's hackfield today, and WE- defeated 32 to 0. Pennsy Swamps Swarthmore Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. Uni- versity of Pennsylvania football team defeated Swarthmore college on Franklin field today, liy the score of 40 to 6. The game was good practice for Pennsylvania. Fiercely Contested Minneapolis, Minn., Out. defeated Minnesota in one of the most fiercely contested games ever played in Nortlirup field, by the score of 21 ,.o 6. The teams struggled through the -first three periods with honors about even. All the scoring came in the final quarter.' Wisconsin Outfights Chicago Camp Randall, Madison, Wis., Oct. the first time in two years Chicago maroons today left a grid- iron without the laurels of victory. The fighting Wisconsins, nerved to a combat decisive in its character, play- ed a game worthy of its importance, nmi, outfighting the Chicagoans. hold them to a pointless draw. Other Results Nebraska 20, Ames 7. Notre Dame 21, HasUell 7. EMPRESS THEATRE and Tuesday, November Second a UCILLE LOVE The Girf ol Mystery 'Mystery INSTALLMENT The Wilderness Mai! 2 reel 11 story of tho frozen north, one yon will nppre- The Fourth Instalment of Lucille Love will be shown for your appro- val Today and Tomorrow. These two reels are real thrills, showing Lucille's miraculous escape from instant death, when she rides into an elephant pit, where she is lured by Lou Bouques, spy. Back to the Simple lite 1 Red Killson Corai'dy Some Ske'lpnd the Turkey 1 Keel Blograph Karri- Some More l.ausll. LUCILLE LOVE THE EMPRESS TENOR WILL SING--THE DEATHLESS ARMY" d Saturday, 6 and 7, "The Boer War" recommend as being far superior to any of the so called War Pictures you have seen. Get Your Eye in Good Trim for the Firing Line On Wednesday evening next the first gallery practice of the I.eihbridRe Rifle c'.ub will he held in the basement of the Central school, ..ommencing at 7.30. More menihers are want- ed. LETHBRIDGE DROPPED BY THE WAYSIDE Not Included in Western Canada Rac- ing Circuit Dates for Next Year Winnipeg, Oct. H1.-.U the meet ing of the Wcsttin Canada Fair and Rac- ing association yesterday, dates were selected for next summer's circuit races. There quite a number of chang- es in composing the circuit, i The Fort Garry Tnri cluh tas been included, while the Lcthbridge, Swift Current and North Battieford clubs I have been struck out. The ISla pro- fi-ain will therefore consist oi two fewer than that oi The dates selected for the meets follow Kdmonton, May 32-25. Saskatoon, May 20, June 1. Yorkton, June 1 to 7. Fort Garry, Winnipeg, June. 10-12. Hogina, June 16-18. Moose Jaw, June 25-26. Calgary, 311, July 7. Winnipeg, July 8-17. Brandon, July 19-24. Regina, July Saskatoon, August 2-7. Edmonton, August 0-H. lieil Deer, August 17-211. I. G. Ruttle, of Calgary, was re- elecleil president. Other officials for are R. W. Hamill, Regina, vice- president and K. L. Richardson, ___ Victoria Park, Calgary, secretary. I The board of directors will consist of THAM USES POOR JUDGMENT Just for the sake of appearances, to cover un that 10-roiind defeat by Gunboat Smith and all sort of things, you know, Sam Langford at least should have permitted the Gunboat to stick around for five or six rounds and make something of a showing. Delicious Appetizing AVith thtt flavor and aroma of the choicest hops and with the blending of the hops with the' nest selected barley "malt, you have in Alberta's Pride Beer one of the most enticing.ho.ver- ages that the skill of man can produce. .People rirink.il for its appeal- ing flavor, for the refreshment that it affords, and for the health that it gives; for Al- berta's Pride Beer Is beneficial in a variety of ailments. Any good doctor will tell you that. Lethbridye Beer is.a pleasing beverage, jt Is a good appetizer and it is fine for tho digestion. Try a case of it at home. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE 554 TOLL OF FOOTBALL ACROSS THE LINE The noted Knglish journal devotee! to the manly art oi seli-dcicuce, call- ed "Boxing1-1, is behind a very scheme to assist the training oi sol- diers who arc setting ready tor active service. The scheme embodies a plan to supply every soldier who desires to box with a' set of gloves free. "Boxing" 'has already donated a thousand sets and has called upon all who favor the scheme to contribute Cloves or money to buy them. Lord Roberts iavors the idea and penned the following note to the .edi- tor ol "Hosing" anent the same Englemere. Ascot, Herts. The Editor, Windsor House, Khigsway, VV. C., Dear think your Boxing Glove scheme is most admirable and eminently practicable. Under proper supervision oi the officers it should1 tend to improve the ef- ficiency of the men. I am, very truly, ROBERTS, F. M. Here is another note from a Brit- ish officer of lame Ileadallariers, Training Centre, Aldcrshot.. To the Euitov of am instructed hy Gen- eral Sir A. Hunter to acknowl- edge the receipt oi your letter. He is oi the opinion that anything that tends to encourage sport of Boxinis must he beneficial to the training of New Armies. He considers that it is that improves the health, phy- sique and activity oi the men, and the encouragement and prac- tice oi it has his entire approval. Yours faithfully, MONTGOMERIE, A.D.C. TONIGHT Don't Fail to Kee This, (lie Only Serial Photo- play which HivalH The Million Dollar .Mystery, viz.: iinl Tinman In-. Curious, rni-xpcctecl In every line tliu story. ALSO TOXIttHT VOT WILL SEE In the Eye of the Law A Urai I I'liiy n .Strong Moral. ALSO TONIGHT YOU WILL SEE SATURDAY'S GAMES English League-First Division Aston Villa 2, Newcastle L sited 1. Blackburn Hovers West Brom- wich Albion 1. Bolton 0, Everton 0. Bradford 2, Burnley Liverpool 1, Tottenham Hotspur Manchester United 2, Chelsea. 2. Notts County 1, Sheffield 'oidiiam Athletic 1, Bradford City 0. Sbeftielcl United 0, Mldd5esborou8.li 1 SunderlantI 0, Manchester City Entdish Division Arsenal 1, Lincoln City 1. Barnsley 1, Leicester Fosse 0. Clapton Orient 1. Birmingham 1. Derby County 5, Blackpool 0. Fulham 6, 2. Glossop 1, Nottingham Forest 0 Hull City 0, Huddersfield Town 1. Leeds City 5, Orimbby Town 0. Stockport County 2, Bristol City Wolveruampton Wanderers 2, I res- ton North End 0. Southern League MHlwall Athletic 3. Glllingbam 0. Queen's Park Rangers 0, Brighton and Hove Albion 1. Southend United 2, Cardiff City I. Swindon Town 4, Exeter City 0. Portsmouth 3, Luton Town 1. Heading 2, Plymouth Argylc 0. j Bristol Rovers Norwich City 2 Croydoa Common 1, West Ham tn- ited 2. Southampton 3. Watford 1. Northampton 2. Crystal Palace 1. SCOTTISH LEAGUE raiiick Thistle 4, Airdrieonians 0. Hibernians 1, Aberdeen 2. Ayr United 0, Heart oi Midlothian Celtic 2, Rangers 1. Moblienvell 0, Clyde 2. Dumbarton 2, Third Lanark 1. Dundee 0, Kilmarnock 1. Uaith Rovers 1, Falkirk 3. Queen's Park 0, Hamilton Aca- demicals 2. St. Mirrcn 3, Morton 4. WANTS HOCKEY -SEASON IN EAST SLICED IN TWO Big Comedy Specials 15c Bijou Theatre To-night A Million in Jewels Friday and Saturday Attraction Exiraurumaiy. The British Army Offers and Men ass'ist'ed "in this Mammoth Production. representatives to be the different clubs. appointed by Com: ?1.9S. FOR Mack's SALE Herald Football Competition In Prizes First Week First Prize Second Prize AND ONE PRIZE OF Eight Have Already Been Killed This Season and Sixty-three Injured deaths anil 03 injured is the toll already exacted by American football this fall. 11. is significant that oi the eight deaths four cocurrcd in hi'gh school games, two in independent team con- tests, one in a college interdass match and one in college practice. Hut orie oi the players killed was a member of a carefully drilled school or college squad. Apparently the lack of proper medical supervision, in all 'cases, war, responsible, partially at l least, for ,the. fatal accidqnls. The "Ifsir of deaths is-' James Mc- (Ohio) High School Hay Alien, Stanley High School Aubert Wiseman, Sac City (Iowa) Ilieh School, all concussion of brain t'lirroll Olson, Milwaukee, Independent team, and William S. Kiijcliali Mount St. Mary's class (cum, fractured skull; '-Charles 0. Hays, Fordham kicked in stomach Michael Kennedy, I'itts- hnreh Independent team, back brok- en ;'T. O. Drown, jr., Kewancc, heart failure. Fatally injured H. Colcman, Central 'Kentucky College, concussion of brain. in the business office of the Herald, or mail them addressed to the Euitor, Football Competition, Daily Herald. Lethbridge. person connected with The Herald will bs allowed to compete. 0. All selections must be received in Tiie Herald olRcc not later than Friday night at midnight. Rules of the Competition. 1. The competitor will all in the coupon below, striking out the team which he or she thinks will lose, and striking out. both teams where a draw is anticipated. Twenty-Iivo cents must accom- pany each entry. One person is at liberty to send as many entries as he wishes, but each must be accom- panied by twenty-live cents. 8. The amount of prizes will he published weekly, and the winners ivijl rumounred every Wednesday, The amount of tho prizes each week will depend upon the number of guesses received the week previous. All monies received will be used as 4. Competitors should write their names and addresses clearly, and may drop the letters into the tin box GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, NOVEMBER COULD TAKE BEATING PICKLED They blame the defeat of rhe Oer- mans alons tho'Aiane on the fact Hint tho troops'drank too much champagne. If to get licked thnt would bo the way. FORM OF COUPON I hereby agree to the conditions laid clown in connection with the competition by The Herald man- agement, and agree to abide by any "decision given by them. Name English Division Bradford City vs. Manchester Un- ited. Burnley vs. Oldhoni Athletic. FA-erton vs. Blackburn Rovers. Mlddlesboro vs. Aston Villa. West llromwich A. vs..Notts County. English Division Birmingham vs. Arsenal, llristol City vs. Hull City; Orimsby Town vs. Clapton Orient. Leicester Fosse vs. Glossop. Huddersfield vs. Leeds city. Southtrn League Brighton .and Hove vs. Milhvall Ath- letic. f Cardiff City vs. Queen's 1'arlc Ilang- il'S. Exeter City vs. Southend United. Crystal Palace vs. Portsmouth. Plymouth Argyle vs. Southampton. Scottish League Aberdeen vs. Itaitb Rovers. Airdrieonlnns ys. Motherwell. Falkirk vs. Ayr United. Clyde ys. Hearts. Third Lanark vs. jSt. .Mirrco. Canadien Magnate Claims Great. Ex- pense Borne Last Year Is Not Warranted This Season Ottawa. Ont., Oct. Manager ueorse Kennedy or the Canadians is out 'with a statement that at the next meeting of the National Hockey asso- ciaion he will introduce a motion to have the playing season cut in half. He claims that the great expense borne last year is not warranted this year, owing to the genera! conditions, and will ask in his motion that ten games be played instead of twenty, each team playing five games away and five games at home. The Ottawa Hockey cluh will hardly favor this plan, although the Wand- erers of Montreal may do so. Ottawa is a hockey tovn, and five senior games on the home ice would not meet witli the approval of the local support- ers. Toronto have taken to the same, anil will look at it in the same light as the Ottawas do, and Ontarios will side with them. Quebec are no! likely to favor the curtailing of the number of games. LEVINSKY WINS' FROM KELLER Wins Second Fight in Two Days New York New York, X.Y.. Oct. Levinsky of this city had the better of Terry Keller of California in a 10 round bout here tonight. Levinsky weighed Keller, 1SH6. Last night Levinsky whipped "Sailor Fntts INMAN WINS FROM HOPPE Has Three-Point Uad American Champion Toronto. Ont., Oct. the first time in the international billiard championship scries, Melbourne in-- man the English champion, today pulled out ahead of WlBle .Hpppe by the narrow margin of three in the four-day series placed In .this city. The total re.- were: TO-NIGHT Patriotic Concert By the Famous 1 HALLOWELL CONCERT CO. of Chicago. -4 i' i J Patronage of Loyal Order of Moose, in the Sherman Theatre, 8 o'clock s-Toc aiul 50c. 50 Bush Seats oOc. Bankers Helping Men Who Drink The modern banker knows more wants and needs of more people "gives them more help ana vfce than am mm in LIB co-nmuulti vee There are more bankers im.re and more human interest elwdei curious unexpected twist an hrill to every line of .the. story- uth "The Trey o' Hearts" is hose rare photo-plajs which, hold tl lectatoi s interest al fever he iroughout the entire production- Theie also be ottered on. ights big programme at Staria 10.115 otner good attractions, ill w r t0 (he standard of_Jhla popu amily theatre ot your banVel if as a banker vou 1m e not imesti n elped that valued custom gated and er whose assets and hei.th are slip nine or the ui fortunate neigh ,r who needs vour help write us for ho to hundreds o private relerences bankers who have If yon want to overcome the causi and effects of the use of either or drugs, then co.me to The NKAt. IN ST1TUTE, S20 Thirteenth Avenue Calgary. Phone W. 4525. its of the four days' play 2953; I-lonne, 8960'.. 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