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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page fi THE LETHBKTDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, November 3, 1913 Defeated Calgary Tigers in Rugby Final Saturday at D.J Colgate Wlr.s from Yale Sew Haven, Nov. tound Vale's much-vaunted defense more of tradition than an actuality today and defeated the Blue to 0, by flavins superior fcotiill. It was the firs; ttac tits year that Yale bis been scored upon and Colgate goes down lu the football ot fame one of the very colleges In the counlry to defeat Ysle. WINNERS TO PLAY SASK. CHAMPIONS Wilt Point Defeated by.Notre Dame _ West Point, X. V.. .Vor. 1 Army was beaten by Dame to- day by a score of 35 to 13. The cadets were outclassed iu esery department of the.same. Xov. having rest- ed tn Calfarr successive the-'iacior rugby championship at to Edmonton on Strurriiy IE R mult o{ the 10 to victory of the Edmonton Eskimos over the Cftlfiry Tigers. Although tivo cosily fumbles played a very the Kdmonton victory, thtre IB no doubt b-ut the belter woo the tame. In say ing better put the em- on Uam, for It was team piay rather than Individual ivork which won the title for the Eskimos. On piper the'Tigers would be picked to win by any ordinary rugby espert." TaVeu InifvHuallr the TIrers are practically, .m all-itar team but they EASTERN STANDINGS TO DATE The following are the standings of the eastern teams at the yreient tiiuo: Hamilton Ottawa Argos McUlll R. JI. C. Toronto Queen's Inlerprovlnclal W. U D. 4 1 0 3 1 1 2 21 0 5 0 Intercollegiate 3 I F. 112 62 74 A. 40 5S SI 109 1 3 O. R. F. U. 1 A.A. ..1 1 Hamilton R. C. 0 2 Princeton Defiits Holy Cress Princeton, NJ., Xov. football eleven defeated Holy Cross this afternoon by 54 to 0. The rijitors threatened Prince- ton's sbtl line. The Tijers showed the result o? the past weeks of re- generation by dtspllvioE-a series a'. forward pisses, netting gains from 10 to 35 yards, with Capt. Halter. Lair Hammond and Gltck doing the bulk of the 'work- absolutely unknown players, only one man' on-tie team having a name. >-Mch would be recognized outside of Albertt >rugby circles, ilut Deacon whipped the fourteen prac- tically unknowns into a formidable Mtc'nlflan Beats Syracuse Ann Arbor, ilich.. Xov'. sav- oifWe.'the product of a desper- 73 23 S9 5S S ate gave the Unirersily ot a lew shades on OTTAWA OUTPLAYED ARGOS Toronto Oarsmen Made Many Costly Fumbles and-Were Out-Tricked Ottawa, Xov. scored well-canted victory over the Aigo- nauts in Saturday's big four match at Latsiown Part, the game was played in the presence of a crowd o: over 6000 and resulted in an Ottawa win bv a score oi IS to 11- The Ot- tawa bads outran the Argonauts' rear guard and on tbe lint Ottawa the visitors. SPLENDID NEW CENTRAL Y. M. C. A. OPENED ON OCT. 26, Michigan, football team a 43 to T vic- tory over Syracuse this afternoon. Mixntiota'Beals Witconsin Madison. Wia.. Nov. conference football championship was beaten by "an of lost this afternoon when Minnesota's eleven inflicted .on unexpected one- sided defeat on Wisconsin, 21 la 3. The Degressive attack which Dr. taught tic Gophers proved too strong for. the Wisconsin system of play. The result of the game puts Min- 'hey out-tricked the oarsmen and re- pntallr around the eoJ tbrdugh tie centre lor mat-rial gains. The tackling the Ottawas was deadly and their back's commit- to: only one costly fumble all after- while those of the oarsmen milled, time aad again, two o! Ot- awa's three tries being the-result of umbles beMcd the line. It was i great exhibition on the whole. nesota "in -a position to contest iha learo, every mau of whoa played his part, acd'the result was the victory _____ for which Deacon White lis; been conference tiOs VJniTeriity of -striving these three years. Chicago, in tlielr contest at Jilnneapo- It Vas a heart breaMnE gar- The lis, November 15. big difference was that tbe fcimos j Tbe game was one of the fiercest had tlie punch when it was "while Tiiers didn't have it. The two fumblee were costly.-But.it must be'remembered that after each fum- bla the Eskimos backed the ball over for'a trv and when the Tigers had the same opportunity presented to them were unable to gain .the few- yards necessary to win. the game. Winners Play Retina Edmonton, Nor. 2. Edmonton Eflki- "mos won the Alberta Rugay champion ahip on Saturday from the Calgary Ti gem, defeating; them in the play-off at Deer, tjr a of 10 to 7. Neil SatuTdiT. they -Kill .play the. Stsftat- .chewan ciampionah at Hegina, and the winners will play Winnipeg the following week. The Eskimos' vic- tory .4u largely due to tie phenom enal .puntlnf of Pe-rcy Hardisty, the ever played in .Madison, and subsiitu- .ions and injuries were Indians Whip Georgetown Washington, in :he main to straight football, but oc- casionally varying the attack with a forward-pass, the Carlisle- Indians overwhelmed Georgetown university here today. 34 to 0. The Indians bat- tered Georgetown's line repeatedly tnd tore through it as though it were EO much paper. HAMILTON OUTCLASSED MONTREAL Horns Team's Fifth Straight Loss- Tigers Played Reckless Garne Montreal, -Nov. JI. A. A. A. fouitecrt wound up the. "Big Four1' Vancouver, N'ov Bayley of Victoria, former lightweight cham- pion ol ClinaiJa. knocked out Jack White, of Ciilcago'. In the ninth rouud ot a scheduled 15-rouud contest at the Stevcstlon oa Saturday noon. With the eioeptlou of two rounds which were ereu and the sevonth In which tt'hlUs scored lly with body punches and straight lofts to the face, the former ohatnplou plied up a big lead. Tbe fiuish ctmt In tho ninth. While walked Into a vicious right cross and he dropped for the count. He came up again b'Jt was iu distress and Referee cDonald stopped bout. At Toronto. One of the finMt of on tht coxttnent, was built at a cost of three-quarters ot a ml lion through subscriptions of cltlnns. It Is the most modern buildings on the continent. Ked Deer, Xov. an excep- tionally rigged elhftlition of rugby, played as a curtain raiser to the big game between the Tigers'and Eski- mos.'the Intermediate- -Provincial vugby championship won by the Edmonton Civics when season in Montreal Saturday hy ios- i the northern team defeated Mt. Royal ing-their fifth straight, game this year. The lamilton. Tigers, were j he victors by the rathsr onesided.mar- gin of 23 to 12. Oafside' oi the' Srst quarter, when the locals held .the Tig- ers to a College of score of S to below the class ot the gamei-played in.the. Calgary -llnterseholastic'' league 'his fall, and It is .safe 'that anj team .iu the comparison between the leads, and would''have ordinarily defeat it looked even then as l! the yellow tho Toronto ArfH' stir, who irks brought out after strerai years to streoithen the back'dl vllioi. For Arnold tarred. SdmoDton's polntc were In two touchdowns, neither of 'Which converted. Calgary ecoi- ed.'on K field goal, two kicks to the and rouges. Btnior game the Edraon- tea clvlct played oft -with. Mount Ror- for the .Intermediate provincial IbaapfoBihlp and won by a acore of 1 to I. Chicago Cruihs Illinois Chicago, Xov. a brilliant rally Chicago today crushed Illinois 5S to 7, and maintained its place in the front of the championship race. The Illinois men led through the first half with 7 points scored In the first tew minutes' play, when Pole ran a pynt through the Whole Maroon squad for a touchdown, but their defer.30 melted away before the Maroons in he- Becond part and black aggregation were not-lei- ting themselves out. The match was loo or.e-sidrd to be- rcallv exciting, but- there was some beairtitul pur.t- ani sonic of thp longest runs SKri on the M. A. A.'A. field this season. To oRset sides maiis'ninh- rous r TORONTO 'VARSITY A WINNER Soldier Brigade Went Down to De- A PERFECT SHOWER OF HATS Is for jour selection. There are hati of every hue, every ihtpe, every brim, llata -for "rah rah" boy, hats for his more sedate father. Soft .or stiff, whatever your we can suit you. Take a look and you'll buy a -hit. They are "J up to dato as our (urnlablcti, Semi-Ready Store C, (ATEMAN Imertn Block Fifth Stttet Defeats Xov. on a hard fought game from Am- le'ret today 21 to T. feat Away From Home Toronto, Ont., Nov. Toronto Varsity won !iom the Military Col- Civlri If -the latUr team did not play 'any better game than it-did on Saturday. VARDON AND. RAY WIN AGAIN Defeat' Coast Professionals at Vic- Equals Course Re- cord r Victoria, B.C., Nov. Var- don and Edward Ray, the famous Kng- AUTOMOBILE RACING ON THE WANE ACROSS THE LINE Only One EnlrV Received for Vamlcrbill antl Grand I'rix Rncci and Fees Reduced for the Indianapolis Inlcr-. nalinnal Sweepstakes OKLAHOMA DEFEATS KANSAS Norman. OkiR.. Nov. eut don-n to defeat today before Ok. Hhoma In the annual football xaafl etweeci the unlverEltles oi tha two lates. The final was 21 to 7. .11 the scoring came- Jn the third erlod. ELSH MAY MEET TAYLOPI AGAIN IN THE 'PEG Winnipeg, Man.'. Xov. a Rctory date can be arranged, Freddy YelFh, the nritlah champion, and Mil. Taylor.- sf Indianapolis, who >oxcd here two vy-ekG ago, .the lu Taylor loslnr on a foul, will meet here again within tho neit two weekl. Botli men have aftveed to terras and, f a suitable building can aecared o stage tho bout on November-17. Iha ight will take place on that date. LEAGUE HAS SUCCESSFUL 1813 SEASON Toronto, Nov. meeting of the. fenafUan -baseball leatue held iero last nlsht to wind up the seBRon's business. The past seasou was the most suc- cessful the league has yet had. About was added to the sinking fund of the league, and, after other ex- penses were paid, the e-'ght clubs di- vided equally, the balance re- maining of the 10 per cent, of the to- tal gate receipts of all the games played during the season. Xew- York, Nov. 1. Automobile tion'to patting an'improved car o road racing in the United Statrs apr the market of more attractive de pears lo be- doomed. For the past sign and- price, and tr Bye veati there -has :been -3: gradual commercialization of.tl-e.pleasure ca decline, in the interest in this branch followed.'-The result has hwn a gai of tmV'motor racing at Jor the, purchasing nubile, .ar.i at til present the outlook is very discpur- same tirae a material saving to tb aging for those the _ manufacturer. sport. This-condition has .been ern-'j With tho abandonment ot racing phasized during weei: Vy-'tiit teams'by "the manufacturers, Jace the Savannah Au- promoters will he compelled to do torr.obilc association has been able .to business direct with the drivers and who have gathered a cars and drivers, and in- the reduction ol the-pnlry fee 'for the j stead of chargir.g an ..exorbitant entry fourth international sweepstakes prompters will he compelled to at Indianapolis from S500 to >203, pui.uii'auractiv.e purses, with the stipulation that 50 per cent j of the ice would be relundcd lot all j cars that start in the race. j There are several contributing caus-j es lor the decline ol road racing. A OLDEST RACING FIXTURE IN THE WORLD obtain only one entry for the famous managers Vanderbilt and Oraoa Prix races, ot gllsh golfers, defeated W. Motfatt, the [few years ago promoters of road rac- local professional, and R." Johnslone, cs and 24-hour contests were able to the Seattle professional. 6 up and 3 to (charge an cnlry fee o! and play, in a 36-hole match'here yeater-jlrom 15 to 30 cars would he cntcteJ Com-ldav. Being unaccustomed to the Hie manufacturers Special racing SARNIA BEAT LONDON Sarnia, Nov. one of the clos- est fought battles in the local junior R. P. U.'group, the Sarnta fou.teen defeated London by .the ecor-, of 7 to 3 this afternoon. What is the oldest racing fixture iu- the world? It Is not the. Derby, It Is not tho the.St. but it Is the Newmarict Town Plate, which originated In 1065, In celebra- tion of the restoration of King Charles II. for two hundred and" torty-elght years has-the.'race been run, but lamentably.; there IE a hitch as to Its continuance. The prize maiiily con- sists of nine pounds two shillings derived from thr> rent'of a grant ot land. Of 'the said rent a pound goes to the poor and a pound .goes to the clerk of tho course. The land is leas- ed by tho Jockey club from D. M. Scott, brother of the, lala Sir John Scott, of posthumous will casu fame. .Mr.'Scott proposes to discon- tinue the granl, and therein there Is Uoublo that threatens the itrj Of tho race. Lambasts Cornell MBBB.. Xov. I. The strength of the- Crimson tint Hue slayers and the weakneis of the sec- Ofld. string were brought out In the Harvard rune today with Cornell, which the Crimson won with appar- ent fast 23 to 5. able to win tha game here with Mc- course record with 67, thus winning Mil on the fifteenth, the) can tie the Drowns Win from Vermont Providence, Wov. fashioned foolball won for Brown this afternoon by a score of 19 to 0, against Univer- sity of Vermont, At Philadelphia Pennsylvania 1 Pennsylvania Stale 0. .At 6; Wil- liams 0. At 44; Urslnus 2. At 35; l.n tali on 0. -At and Jefferson, 51; Grove City 5. At 10; Hop- kins T. At 9; Pitleburg nil. Ohio State f, Indians 7. N'ebrasfca 18; AraeR 9. Xavy 3S; Lehlgh 0. league, although in Saturday's gajne Varsity showed game itself was two lines were well matched, and the result was a kicking and running game in which tl.e ilivisioas on played the last nine holes In wonder- ful style, holing out In 3J. The total scores were: Vardon, 145; Ray, 139; Jbhnstone, .Moffalt, 155. QUNBOAT SMITH PUTS C, MILLER OUT IN THIRD N'ew York, Nov. Smith, both teams distinguished themselves by several cosily fumblrs. BIG SURPRISE Queen's Sprung One by Handing Me. Gill the Short End of It Kingslon, Xov. surpris- ed their opponents, themselves ar.d everybody ehe yesterday allcrnoon by defeating Mcliill by a score of 12 to 7. .The Montreal men were playing urtrier disadvantage, however, I.ee having a sprained v.-risl, a ankle, and Waferous had a sore tar. Wilkson was hurt in the third quarter and had to be replaced by Sco'.t, Queen's flying wing, was hurt in the 'owTtJi hail lo he replaced. It was nut Mc- dill's however, that gave the game away. The Presbyterians vcre riglit there with the ginger and haO profited a good deal from their earlier rrpfriences. TRIUMPHANT AGAIN Regina. Bask.. Nov. In- A HARD WALLOPING Hamilton, Nov. Canoe club detealed Hamilton Rowing club in tho II. F. U. featuro Saturday by a score of S3 to 4. The Parkdale pad dlers played the locals off their feet. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING of knocked out Charley' termedlate clearly established their Miller, of the'Sims stile, In the third right lo the Intermediate champion- IRISH LEAGUE GABIES Sov. 3. Additional Old Country football games played on Sat urday: Unlield. 2; Cllllonvllle, 0. Celtic, 1; Glenloran, 2. Olenavor.. 1; RohemlanE, 0. Shelbourne, 1; nistlllery, 1. Rugby Northern Union Bramloyi 0. Halley. 8; 3. Hull, 15; Hroughton Rangers, Union Gloucealer, 3; Devon, '3. Yorkshire, 8; Durham, 5. Richmond, 20; Cambridge Unirer- slly, 43. 23; l.lanelly. 0, Abeitiilsry, S; Neath, 0. .he only return lor the makers was he'publicity following the'event, o' whlcb the winning car obtained the iyn's share. To an unsuccessful man- ulacturer, a big race'meant a direct of from to H.OOO, and j with from 10 to 12 road events dur-l Ihg-UiC yrar the total annual eipen-J diture for the racing deiiattments cf the big firms totalled or five per cent.. interest on From a commercial standpoint this; enormous outlay was without' any real commensurate returns. tlr.e bf one the mariulaclurers drop- ped out ol the racing game, disband- ed their crews and turned their alien- ot what via lo have fxen a 10- roufcd bout last night. Jilller had an advantage, of U'cnly-sli po-jnds In weight, but bis blows v.-ere wild. .Smith loved with his opponent until the third round, a right to the Jaw and dti overhand OTI top of the head sent Miller to the floor for count, ship In the replayed game here on Saturday, Playing rugby of almost senior claaa, the locals had tho score Jaw made a gamo finish, but It was 14 lo 0 in the last quarter. Mooao and tho visit- ors secured were more or less fluked. In the morning game, the loral col- H-jiatc defeated .Mooac Jaw 12 to 11 0. POLO COACH AT CHICAGO Chicago, Nov. players the Onwenlsla club at Lafcs Forest have engaged a professional coach from England for next season, and sr arranging r'ans for the 1914 campaign on a scalo larger than any ever al templed In this section, H vn an noimcx.il today. The name of th coach waa not given out MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, ani JWCY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. Qutbtc Wlnnlplj After exerciser bottle of "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a certain revivifter of lost energy cooling, thirtt-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;