Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
rape fl THE LETIIimTDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, November REGINA WINNERS OVER_EDMONTON Warm Struggle in Semi-Flnai Western Canada Rugby Cham- pionship-Eskimos Ahead at Half-lime-Regina Evened Up in Third Period and Walked-Off With Game in Last--Will Hook Up with Winnipeg in Final would never admit of defeat, brought success to the Hitter squad. It was a clean, hard, game. Edmon- ton conceded the better team had won and Heglna gave tbe Eskimos credit lor a stubborn and gallant while, (he spectators are willing to adroit tint the final count at 19 to 7 BASKETBALL CHALLENGE The KKOI B. !J. Basketball' learn challenge any junior team under eighteen years ot age.- (or a game or' a series ol garnea In the Y. M. C. A. gym. For further particulars sea Mr, Hoberls, Y.M.C.A. Regina, Xov. points behind tt half time, evening up in the third period, Heglna swept the Edmonton champions off their feet in tbe final quarter, winning the semi-final of the Western Canada rugby bjr here on Saturday. It was one ol the greatest- games ever seen in tbe West- Edmonton has a powtr- iul but the Kejina players and supporters never lost confidence and 11 ere duly rewarded hy the glorious ____ finish. Speed un condition with a Club and Retina will be "played1 here 'degree ol which inext Saturday. JOE UVANNI KNOCKED OUT hardly represented the strenuous na- ture oi the contest. .By Kejina proving victorious TOMMY MCCARTHY GOT THE '.TALIAN IN SIXTH ROUND AT LEWlSTON finals between the Winnipeg Rowing Lewiston, Nov. S. Tie loiing the show here last- night was, all things MAKE GOVERNOR TENER PRESIDENT NATIONAL LEAGUE THOS. LYNCH SHOWS NO DISPD. HTK3N TO GET OUT OF WAY FOR HIM WHIST. LEAGUE STARTS. TOMORROW NIGHT S.O.E. HALL SHARP 8 O'CLOCK >'nr NOT. presi- dent Thomas J. Lynch was quest! ed regardiog the report that Gover- nor Twer of Fttnsylvania would, be a.candidate for the posltion'ot chlel eifcutive. ot the National league, he said: SnoV nothing ahoot-tie 'cam- paijn bfir.j made against me, eicept what 1 read in the newipaners. II. it Is true that Governor, tenet is a can- didate for .the orace oi president ol the'National league, then 1 shall con- sider it an honor rto run against him. My administration of league affairs cacnot be.so had when they pick one of the. public men In the country to oppose .KANT TENER TOR PRESIDENT Boston, Kov. -JamM K. GaSney ol tie Bolton Nafioaal league club today Mid be was in Uv- o'r of the election of Gov. John K. Traer, of Pnutylvula, to... succeed .Thomti J.' LyifK at presHeot of the Katictal league. Tenet's election! he uid, ibould IK (or a leim ol at a'geierous salary.. "The- te'added, "is by fai the taaa lie. National lemgue c footing, .however, slowed up their plays' arid gavo the Harvard Mrlm rhages'a'chanco Ip diagnose the til tack! After this Tv'as accomplished Princeton lost -her formidable, appear As s famous veteran pointed, ou after .tbe game, Princeton gained lea and'less ground oh each attack; Which wae a clear Indication of Harvard's'de fenelve sirengtn.under'lire. INTER-COLLECIATE 1 1 2 3 ..32 McGIll R. M. C. Toronto Queens........ 1- Saturday'! Results McGill M. C. 12. Varsity S. 38 155 134 103 "62 32 118 Hamilton for the honors. il thai period; .Clarkson, -Keefe, and J conditions on were "Bobby" Carrutlie'rs could not be in- i not very favorable as a high wind duced to make the -trip, Bennett, "Buck" Evring and the noted "Mike" the moat famous backstops the game. ever.had, failed to-respond to Invitations to accompany the tour- ists. But what dill the people of foreign lands know about the grest ones on the national game of the United States! Long Jack" Healey, with his bean pole b-jitd; Crano, with his gigantic mould and muscle; Tener, with his giant form and dls was blowing, and 3 greater part ol the time there was a heavy down- pour of rain.' l MCOILL DISPLAYED' SOME OF THEIR otp-TIME FORM Royal Military College Defeated at Montreal by a Lob-ifded'ScOre Spectacular. Match .Montreal, Nov. rugby players showed a return io their ear tlngulshed appearance and Baldwin; .ly season form on when the-fashion pjate, "did more to im-jthey defeated the Royal Military Col- press tlje natives ot Honolulu, lege on Saturday by the one-sided Ceylon, Ihe bushrr.en of Australia and I score ot 48 lo 12. The match was one the Irishmen of Ireland than' all skillful, hut ordinary appearing ball players the game had. The Trip Cost The trip, cost about and on- ly from the fact lhat the receipts from the exhibition games played in Parkdale..... T. R. A. A..... Hamtllon A, C. O. R. F. U. 3 1 SO 3 In Saturday's Results T. fi. A. A. A. C. i. GEORGE STOVALL'S CRIME A great many crimes are far he yond the reach of the law. For In stance, George Slovall a year for managing the SI. Louis Browns. out Bg an atl-Arr.t-rlcan club, and con lalncfl many famous players such N'ed Hanlon, John M. Ward, Jiroray j Th, ltt.ntei eogerty, tbe ,rc03t famous and brll- this country were liberal. Mr. Spald! Ing would have been out several lanl cuiflsMer ol Ihe period, i'A Crane, bis.startling speed and wonderful curve. A Good-LookFng Layout. A more handsome and >unch of hall players never boarded a Pullman sleeper. John K. Tener, a gUnt athlete; "Cap" Anson; anothr-r giant, and mighty sludger; ADAM AND FOOTBALL the pleasur ixlnf a focttxil came, tt tho same tffct for Ihe public prints it Mk< Kihlnlng as to wktck 6M of foufteen dl'gulsed liml objects emerged trim nitttl iwlrl ind run, twenty-eight thousand -mik-a without a mlsljap and very little sickr.ess Here Is the lineup: John M, Ward, "Ed" "BHIy" Barle and "Jim- my'' Ryan are a few of the names now seen In Ihe pages of the base- bill sheels occasionally. "Cap" An- eon li In the llrnollghl, but It Is tro real calcium of tho stage; John K. Tener Is governor of. Pennsylvania; John Ilealey, a pitcher of great re-1 Mark Baldwin, the star pitcher of Ihe non-n away back In the 803: "Dig now an M. D. In or near Wllllamiion with 259 pounde of beef muscle: Mark Baldwin, 006 of the great hu.-lera of Ihe day. Then KH Crane, whom "Big Jeif" Tesreau Is tho e'xact counterpart of In tulld and atylc. t While no: all wore considered the very hcst playera the game could prodiice. yot the (nBeld of the Chica- go White as the great ilonewtli conslil Plttiiburg. Chicago All-American A. C. Carrol, Ib "Tom" Ualy, Karle, c Manning, 2b Thomas 3b..0eorge Wood, 2b Williamson, John M..Ward, ss Martin Sullivan If If James Ryan, cf. Brown, rf Mark Ilaliln-ln, p1. .''..Howard p John T. Tcner, p___.'John-llealey, p of the most spectacular seen in Mori for some, time, the play being re- plete with sensational runs and brll- EEanl kicking. The trick and open plays of iiolh iMtr.s added to the In- making the game more open than any of the previous malches played on the local campus this autumn. Kolh learns made costly mialakes. In Ihe punting rluela Ihcre wss IHIIe choice, .Clark doing the greater pan of the cooling for the sol- diers, while Draper and Lalng were the stars of the local Icam. At tack- ling the Cartels (showed lo advantage over their playing a much defensive game, flllhough they were weak on the attack. McGIll proved thai Ihey are butler on. Ihe of' fcnco lean defence. The winners played an eullrely dif- ferent style of game lo their prevloui raalches. discarded the majority of the line-plunging tactics .and lie- pended more on Ihtlr making end runs, and returning tho pimls '.of. Ihclr different opponents, which gave the wings a helter chance 'to gel down. The new formation of playing only Iwo men behind the line worked out (o advantage, and was responsible for slopping many a run of the sol- through having extra men on the line. CLARKE IN HOCKEY Bum" Clarke, lacrpsee, goa keeper, Is-going1 to trj-'his hand .he hockey game. He will try to maka a place on the Vancouver seven. 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