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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITimTHflE IXYTLY HERALD ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS _ Monday. November 4, If) 12. ARGONAUTS PUT OTTAWA UNDER Capital City Team Tied for First, in the Interprer vincial Result was a Game Handicapped Ottawa Ottawa. Nov. 1-1. the biggest surprise or tne tootbaii season ut Lunsdovn Park Saturday -Argonauts sprang jision and afterwards it was weak. loiiiiusoii replaced Kiii. am! Ken- nedy went hi place of Emerson, who afternoon; defeating .Ottawa by 12 to 6 in. tho. last local game of the in- tergroviucial iinfou.Jn this city and thus lielng .the Ottawas' for lead ill the race.for the ciinmpionship. Every- thing now depends on next Saturday's game at Toronto, the winners of which will be champions for 1912. On tho afternoon's play the Argon- auts were 'superior to. Ottawa though the locals appeared to play under a cloud of misfortune .from beginning to end. Play had not been in pro- gress two minutes, when Eddie Gerard was hurt and fo'rced to retire and Fleming Replaced him. Gerard's loss demoralized the Ottawas' back div-. was also hurt and tho Ottawa handicapped without their regulars The baolts tumbled and were slow In getting away, whereas tho Argon- nut hacks played brilliantly, Clarke, the Dundas boy putting up a remark- able game at the centre half. He outpointed till the Ottawa backs, in- cluding Williams and was a tower of strength. Lawsoa played a great game and Price and O'Connor were also conspicuous, the latter gee ting away for two fine end'runs. Kin- sella, of the Argos had a small bone in his right leg broken in the sec- ond quarter and both Kilt and Holden had ytheir noses smashed, play being strenuous throughout. Everett Smith, left half-back of the Toronto Rugby team of the Senior "O. R. F. U. team HARVARD TRIUMPHED OVER ANCIENT RIVALS, PRINCETON ri TV 30 MIGHTY RUGBY CLASH AT PEG Calgary Tigers Lost Close Battle to Rowing Club b) Score of 4 to Fight to a Final Western Canada Rugby Championship WINNERS PLA'Y FINAL WITH REG1NA Cambridge, NOT. drop-1 Hardwick had the honor of'carrying down by Walter. The Tiser touch ticking and line plunging of Charles the ball over for the crimson to down came in the second period and E. Brinckley, of Everett, backed by a i touchdown. Hardwick kicked the goal, 'up to that time tbe Princeton t-am dozen well drilled crimson team matca, Harvard's touchdown was made in had a trille the-better of tile contest regained today in the stadium, Har-; the last few minutes of the game, tn the remaining periods the vard's football supremacy over Prince- Brinckley was carried helpless "irom were never in Harvard's territory ami 16 the field and may not resume play" played entirely on the defensive. ton. The score was- Harvard -Princeton B. Brinckley kicked three field goals, before .the game with Yale three weeks hence. The game was the fust contest be- tween so-called nvaior teams under the newly revised rules. Both elevens and battered the Princeton line tor j The Princeton score was the longer gains than were icade a year i suit of Harvard's inability to iathom showed a variety oi briilii-nt nlavs ago by either team. lirinckley ham-1 two beautifully executed forward althouiih' Harvard was not forced "to in mered his way to within striking dis-' passes which covered a total disti tance oi the Tiger goal line where! of 53 yards and resulted in a touch- Princeton. ,ance many spectacular plays as W fo OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL London, Nov. of league football games played this afternoon as follows: First Division Aston Villa 5; Middlesborough 1. Bolton Wanderers 1; Derby County 1. Bradford City 1: Sunderland 5. Chelsea 0; West Brom'wioh Albion 2. Manchester United 2; Notts Count] 1. Liverpool 4; Tottenham Hotspur 1 Newcastle United 1; Sheffield Wed- nesday 0. Oldham Athletics 2; Everton 0. Sheffield United 0; Blackburn Rov- ers 0. Woolwich Arsenal 0; Manchester City 4. Second Division Burnley S: Grinisby Town 2. Clapton Orient 0; Birmingham 2. Glossop 1; Huddcrsfleld Town 0. Hull City a; Leeds City 2. Leicester Foase 1; Barnsley 0. Notts Forest 1; Blackpool 1, Preston North End 2; Bury 0. Stockport County 1; Fullham 0. nei Wolverhamptou Wanderers 0; Brad- H W W 53 A an SM Coventry City 3; Reading 1. Merthyr Town 1; Plymouth -irgyl 1. Brighton and Hove Albion 2; Nor wich City 2. Bristol Rovers 2; llilwall Athletics 1. Scottish League Airdrieonians 1 Duiuiec 1. Third Lanark (1; Celtic i. Faikirk 2 St. Mirrcn 0. Raith Rovers 3 Hamilton A. 5. Hearts 4 I'artidc Thistle Motherwell 5 Hibernians I. Kilmarnock 2 Queens Kark 1. Rugby South Africans 14; East Midlands 5. Cheshire 2S; Lancashire S. Harlequins 26; Oxford 13. Cambridge 2S; Richmond 3. Cardiff 15; Blackheath 3. Oxford 3; United Hospitals 1. Cambridge 1; Casufils 0. London Welsh 22; London Irish 3. Cornwall S Gloucestershire 8. Devonshire 8.; Gloucestershire 8. Durham 5 Yorkshire 2. AMERICAN RUGBY Winnipeg, Nov. a game which was hard fought from whistle to whistle, and wound up in .a most dramatic manner, the Winnipeg Row- ng club rugby team triumphed ove the prldo of Calgiry, and forced th to relinquish their hold the championship of Western Cai ida, at the Hiver Park gridiron her on Saturday afternoon, by the clos squeeze of i to Captain Art Jluir's big heart, when ho refused to take a touchdown a owed the Rowing club team by th eferee, which was gained by a visit ng player losing tilt1 ball-through be ng injured, enabled th? Tigers to vind up tbe-gauic with a seneationa ttack, which nearly brought then ictory, and 'had five thousand husiustic fans scared to death ear that they would score tha necss ary points to snatch the game out 01 le fire. With less than half a mir.- te to play, and tire Oarsmen holding well deserved of two points, aptaiu of the Tiger aggrega- 011 was given a chance, throu, id misplay on the part of Muir, to ck a goal from the field, which eant defeat and ti.- usty too of the Tiger leader failed m in the pinch, he missing an easy lance for a goal, the ball missing the ist by inches, and going to the dead ie for a point, just as the timers blew the whistle which ended one cf the most hotly contested rugby battles ever fought on the local field. After having the best of a desper- Tjocrs atcly fought battle, and taking a lead of three points In the early part of the fray, and holding It until within a few minutes of time, the scullers sta-rted to fumble, and before the} knew it, the Calgarians were fightin, like fiends to make the necessar points to -win, .amf'all the sptendli work of the oarsmen in the first thre periods of play, pretty nearly wen for naught. It was some grand kick ing by Doc Stephens, the centre hal of the local warriors in the last perioi of play, some splendid following up and the tackling -In-" the Rowing clul- forwards, responsible fo: tile Manitoba champions getting Ing distance of tho enemy's lim Not until nfier half-timo did eithe team open up in their play, and fp most of the game straight foothal was attempted in which the team 'were pretty evenly matched with Win nipeg having a shade tho best at the Play. Giving Calgary nil the credit for the magnificent fight it put up again; a big handicap, as the team lacker three of the regulars in Double, the hard kicking half-back; Gibson, the whirlwind line plunger, and Mollugh a heavy line man, it must be admitted that the Oarsmen did not display tho fine form they did In the final game against St. John's a -week previous. Tho line-up: Rowing back; Rod- gers, Stephens and O'Grady, halves; Blccher, quarter; liiley,, Pennoyer, Mulr and -Mor- riscn, winjs; Eadie, Crowe and Tay- ,or, scrimmage. Calgary 'back; Wark, Ross and Plukham, halves; Costello, quarter; Beatty, Lyons, Spil- lingham, Johnson, White and Fitz- jibbons, wings; Gouge, Wood's and scrimmage. Montague, referee: Boully Foulds, umpire. Wolgast and .MandotMix It Tonight New Orleans, Nov. ers of tonight's ten-round battle between Ad Wolgait and Joe Mandot, said today that Indica- tions'pointed to box office re- ceipts of Wolgast was guaranteed with the priv- ilege of accepting Instead 30 per cent, of the receipts, Mandot will receive 25 per cent '.of the gross recelpti, and J500 expense money. Tom Jones, manager for Wol- gait, placed at even money on the champion today. "If Man- dot will not run away continual- said Wolgast, "he will be knocked out In four rounds." MARKETS PLAY BALL IN FRANCB ntroducing Game There With Ide. of Contending for World's Tltlfr Chicago, Nov. will see s first league baseball soon, gays able despatch to the Chicago Daily ews today. The French Baseball nion has jiiat boon formed, with ranz 'Messerty, of Paris, as president, promote the American game, with iiltlmate idea of providing rcnch competitor in. the world harapionship. McGILL AND VARSITY FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE TITLE Chicago Down and Out Madison, Wis., Nov. Univer sity of Chicago football team was el. 'minated from consideration- ia, the Western college race, by the Univer- sity of Wisconsin's speedy aim power- ful eleven today, the score being Wis- consin, IX; Chicago, 12. i Tlie game was one of the most spec :acular ever played here, abounding n forward passes, speedy end runs shifts, tackles and tack and other ia t-er-formatious. Kingston, Nov. McGill foot- their list of victories is now ci hall team defeated Queens here Satur- plete. day by 14'to 3, and must now wait Two weeks without a game-and 'a Week see wi" he- four hour train journey just prior to intercollegiate champions with- the match seemed to" have spoiled out a play-off or whether they must most of tho visitors, and it was only meet Varsity for the third, time this the brilliant work oi -a few of them season to decide the destination of that kept Queens away from the the title. McGill has defeated Queens line. Queens, on the. other hand, play- twice and has split even with Var'- cd strong football and frequently sity, while Toronto has beaten Q.uecnf pressed hard. once and must defeat them hete next Queens sullered frequently Irom the LETHBRIOCE MARKETS A -further decline of one cent IB no. tlcoahle lodny on (ho lociil Brain prices. Duller mid oug prices continue to advance, 'with tho latter vory scarce nt present. Elevator Prices Xo. 1 Northern.......... ?0.04 No. 1' Northern.......... if.fil No. ;t Northern.......... o 55 0.51 6 0.-17 No. I Alborta Ik'd........ O.C4 No. a Alberta lied......'.. o.iil -N'o. S Alberta lied o .IS No. 4 Alberta Ited........' No. B Alberta lied........ n.47 No. 1 N. w. Ha.x.......... 11.115 No. 2 C. W. Oats........ 0.25 No. 3 Barley............ o.40 G6, B7 -1C 02 10S to the lead. Stephens kicked wit] great judgment, and on a couple occasions gained many yards for his team, and put them within scor LIPTON IN'WINNIPEG Eli aij ait eal alt SO. Jin ch: Me BQ ford 0. Lincoln City 2; Bristol City 0. Southern League i; Queen's Park Rang, era 1. Swindon Town 2; Brentford 0. Weslham United 4; Glllingliam 0. Exeter City 1; Northampton 1. Watford 2; Southampton 0. Crystal Palace 1; Stoke 0. ALERTS LOOK LIKE WINNERS Hamilton Team Won From Toronto in Ontario Union Hamilton, Nov. Alerts pul Toronto out of the running for O. R F. U. honors, and practically cinched tho championship, by defeating thei rivals. 17 to -1, in today's game McfilLL THE KING SUSPENDER CO., Never knov; they're on nien, Look at simiiln No pulleys, darnoss, "EZE" cords slide from side to side. No up and down tug- Bins on buttons. Free shoulders, smooth shirt, buttons secure, rust-proof, metals can't strain. Gemiiuo stanjped "EZE" on buckieo, refuse.iwltatlojis. Guarantsed abso- lutely for 1 year. Tho biggest 50c. suspender valui In Canada, 50p, At Your Dealer's or Postpaid for 50 cents Minnesota Shut Out Illinois -Minneapolis, Nov. iiesota's football team i'ought its way mother stop forward towards the big nine" conference championship defeating Illinois, IS io 0. Touch :oivns by OIcAlmon in tim first econd quarter respocUvely, and Pinkie" Howard's onc kicked goal in tbe second, tells the story of .Minneso- ta's victory. Easy for Dartmouth Hanover, X.H., Xov. walked away from Amberst today, winning (JO to 0. A Pool' Game Providence, U.I., Xov. a slow and played from llm University of Vermont, to 7 today. Another Shut Out Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. Un- iversity of Pennsylvania suffered her fourth defeat today, whei] Pennsyl- vania Slate Collegu, won Hie annual football game between these insl Unions liy the score of 14 to 0 o Franklin Field. Wants Nc'.v York Yacht Club To Adopt Fair Rules Winnipeg, Nov. Thorn- S3 Lipton arrived last night at 11.20. Ho is on this side to arrange an international yacht race with tho New York club, and is .making a tour of Can- ada. If tho Now York Yacht club will race under American rules, he will challenge in 1914. He states he cannot hope to win under the freak rules adopted by tiiat club, the only one in the United Slates with such rules. Saturday to bring about a tic McGill for the leadership. with rulings of the officials. The game was the first contest between so-call- Altbough McUill won the match the ed major teams under the newly r football was away below the stand- j vised rules. Both elevens showed ard, and they were lucky to achieve i variety of brilliant plays, althoup such a commanding lead. Unless play a far better game than they did yesterday in their future matches TRACK PRICES (Supplied by W. S. McLaughlln Co., Hull Block, Lethbrldge) Net prices for cars Of grain on track From all points taking a 25 emit per cwt. freight .rate to Fort William: 1 Northern.......... 70 2 3 Northern No. 4.........-... S'o. 5......'...... Vo. 0.........'" ?o. 1 A. R. W.......' 2 A. H. W....... Co. 3 A. H. W. C'O. 4 A. R. W....... Co. 1 N. W. Flax Co. 2 C. W. Oats Io. S C. W. Oats 3 Barley...... Co. 4 Barley Other grades accepted at spread ex- sting on date of inspection. Government weights and grades al. supplied. For stations of Bull's Head, Seven ersons, Whitla, WInnifred, Bow Is. and and Burdette, add to the abovo cents on1 wheat, flax, and arley, and 1 cent for oats. From Grassy Lake, Purple Springs, .iher, Barnwell, Chin, and Coaldale, add IVi cents on wheat, flax, and barley, and cent for oats. From Kipp, Monarch, Pierce, Mac- lecd, Piegan, Brocket, Plncher, Co'w- ley, Noble, Carmangay, Wil- son Siding, Welling, Stirling, Wells Siding and New Daytou, add cent on wheat, flax and barley, and U cent for oats. For points west of Cowley deduct cent on wheat, flax, and barley, and cent per bushel on oats. Harvard was not forced, to uucov as many spectacular plays as Princ ton. TIGERS WALLOPED MONTREAL SNODGRASS WAS THE GOAT OF THE WORLD'S SERIES Fred Snodgrnss, of the Giants, now delinked as the "goat." of tho world Series, though other Giants as we] e kicked off game after game, se o have tile unfortunate faculty of doing things that keep him a member of the "in bad" club. In '1911 h caused a scandal by his attempt to "cut down" Frank Baker. At the very opening cf the 1912 series he made himself disliked by crossing Boston fans in the bleachers, Ho Is oils of those unfortunate fellows who Kick In tact and agreeableness. He played bad ball and he played good ball in the series, but the-good is for- gotten and the bad will be remember- Michinin bent South nml ot Snodgrass will Ann Arbor. JHch., N'ov. seasons to ccme. In touchdown and a hi Ilio l-ist! tlu' carly saints he frequently inter v minutes of play, Michigan today I fol'sl1 wlUl nlld Dcvore in Hie Cornell Defeated Hliaca, N.Y., Nov. Cornell was humbler] Williams today by a score of 24 to 10, after playin game In tlio first half. brilliant Nov. local rugby season was brought to a close Satur- Lay when the A.A.A.A team again uttered defeat at the hands of thq lamiltoa Tigers by a score of 29 to .2. The Majority of the visitors' joints came through well earned tries ome of which were converted. The ocal second half, saved a abut- jut and for a while kept the Tigers ;uesslng. They collapsed towards the ;nd of the third quarter, however, and y poor judgment ill the last period Mowed Hamilton to cross the line wice in quick succession. Bropby, v.-ho did not figure on tho local ,team until the second quarter was again-the sensation of. the afte noon, through his'running and tacl ling. The prettiest play seen her this autumn was the try scored b him after a pretty passing run. FAST GAME Toronto University Took Kingsto Military College Into Camp Toronto, Nov. faster g cf football has been played in Toront than that la which Toronto Univei sity defeated Royal .Military Colles o. 4 H5i ejected............ .js 1 N. W............. Minneapolis Wheat Open CI'OE-CI S4% ay...........i.. 81 Chicago Wheat ecember 90 Ma? sj 9- UIVERP001. LIVESTOCK MARKST'i LtTCrpool, Nov. Rogers Co. cabin t.Uat tiiough trado at BirlK-u-, Iieail today wan brisker, witb a bettoi- demnml, (.rices were IHM tiuotably liiglier, and remain nt to cents pound for Irish steers, ami. 12 to 13V. for Canadians, ;