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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page ft THE T.KTnBT^TPOE DAILY WERALD Moncljiy, Novcnilicr 11,1912. REGINA CAPTURES WESTERN CANADA RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP TheWinnipeg Rowing Glut Defeated in Final Match Score 5 to 0"Regina Faiis Won BuncK  ofM ' Lipton Advocates Big Yachting Carnival for Panama Exposition Winnipeg, Nov. 9.-Playing consistent rugby from ata^t to flnlsli and taking advantage ot the few nilsplaya ol the locals, the Regina toam captured the Western Canada rugby cbamplon-htp here this atternoon, vihsn thoy �biit out the Rowing club by the score of,B to 0. . The game was the best BvWr played here and hotly contested all the way, but the visitors deserved their victory, though they did not manage to cross the local line during the play, scoring all the points through single points. Splendid kick-ihg.by Robbins of the Regina, and fast foltowtug up proved the turning point in the-game, "^he Winnipeg halves -wore oR color and lost ground repeatedly, while the failure of the backs to-handle the kicks properly in the early part of the play cost them the first three points. Oarsmen Pick up The Reglna toam bad the best ot tho play until the last period when the oarsmen started an onslaught which looked serious for a while, but tho Saskatchewan champions bucked up and stopped the rush. The 100 Re-gina fans who attended the game took back nearly ?1,000 witli them as the result ot the betting. The visitors wont to the front in the first period with two points and added one more in'.the second. They got another In tho'third and just before the whistle blew secured their last tally. Calgary. Wants a Gam* Calgary, Nov. 10.-The management of tUe Calgary Tigers has wlr ed an 'offer ot one thousand dollars to the Regina rugby team, which won the championship of Western Canada laat Shturday, for a game to be play-d in .Calgary 'this next Saturday. Vancouver, Nov. 11.-Before "Sir Thomas Mpton lelt today (or Victoria and later Seattle and San Francisco, he discussed the great yactit-Ing event which is being planned for the latter city for 1915, and his willingness to co-operate In making It the greatest in yachting history. Ho declared that it he carries out his present intention of building Shamrock IV., ho will bring it through the Panama canal to San Francisco. Further, he suggests that the yacht racing association ot Great Britain be invited to participate, which, ho believes wquld result in tho greatest fleet of racing yachts that ever cros-3ed tho At}anlilc, meeting at San Francisco. They also would reach the I'aclflc via the canal. TEAM BIG FOUR m Argos Defeated Ottawa Rough Riders in Tough Game Saturday by 23 to 1 1 STRONG MAN OF THE WORLD DEAD "Newsy" Lalonde � Professional hockeyist and lacrosse player, whose actions have caused many a heart pang to lacrosse and hockey magnates. Lalonde has the reputation of being a chronic breaker of contract. He is at present stalling between Montreal and Vancouver SIX IN TEl WILUte GOOD ATTEMPTS TO GO BACK TO OLD SEVEN RULE IN NATIONAL HOCKEY ASSOCIATION MET WITH FAILURE CUBAN CHESS EXPERT WON MATCH HANDILY Montreal, Nov. 11.-Th� annual meeting of tho National Hockey association was held here on Saturday. Probably the most Important change asked for was the return to the seven-MBu team. This amendment was proposed by "Martin Rosenthal, ot Ottawa, and to allow It to come up tor discussion, E. A. Williams seconded it. This question was threshed out from all angles, and after a lengthy discussion it was put to the vote, four ot the six clubs of the association voting for tho retailing of tho sl.x-man team, Canadian -Wanderers, Quebec; and TcTonto; Percy Quinn, of the Intter club, having been converted through seeing-several of the matches played here la^ winter. The voto for the return of the seven-man team, included the Ottawas, so the amendment met nith the de-teat looked for. President Quinn � was empowered to draft a number of proposed changes to the playing rules ot the game, and submit them to an' other meeting, to be held later In the month. AMERICAN RUGBY ? ? > > V RESULTS IN ,j .> fl, .> .> .> NUTSHELL * N�w York Champion.Thrsw Up ths Sponge WMn Hopslewly Btatan East Army, 6; Carlisle, 7. Ohio States, 23; Oberlin, IT. Bucknell, 17; Navy, 7. Cornell, 0; Dartmouth, 24. Harvard, 9; Vanderbllt, 3. Sj-racuse, 30; Lafayette, 7. West Wisconsin, G4; Arkansas, 7.  Michigan," 21; University of Pennsylvania, 27. Ciiicago, 3: Northwestern, 0. Purdue, 9; Illinois, 9. Indiana-, 6; Iowa, 13.  Toronto, Nov. 11.-It's all over now and the Argonauts are "Big Fout" champions. They defeated tho Rougli Riders ot Ottawa, In a hard, rough game, 23 to 11, on Saturday. Argonauts always led, aud had the edge, as the score Indicates, except in tho second quarter, when the Rough Rid ers clearly outplayed them, and bad them looking had for a few minutes. Kight thousand people saw the game. Argonauts won the toss, but started out against tho wind, giving the Rough Riders the triple advantage of handicap, they scored a touchdown and converted it. In the second quarter Ottawa scored two points against tho >vlnd, but the Argonauts added a try, and a single point on a dead hall line kick; making it 12 to 7 at halt time. Aftor half lime the Argonauts bucked up, and from then on to the finish it was only a question ot time. Martin Kilt bad one of his bad days, and the crowd roasted him un-i�erclfully for his tactics. He spent fifteen minutes on the fence. Argos were in the battle all tho way, and lieaums, Murphy and Oeogehegan spent terms on the fence for ml.\lng it. Simpson and Shelling, ^of the Rough Riders, were also fenced. Montreal, Nov. 9.-Louis Cyr; world's champion strong man, passed away ot the homo of his Bon-ln-law today, death following an Illness ot several week's duration. LETHBWIDOB MARKETS GREAT MOCKEY PLAYER JACK CAMP, JMnior Sensational half-back of Yale football team this year CANADIAN FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE CLAIMANT OUTFOUGHT HIS BOSTON OPPONENT ..v New York, Nov. 9.-Frankie Flem Ing, featherweight champion of Canada, so far outclassed Fred O'Brien, |.a Boston featherweight, in tlielr bout at tho Fairmont Athletic Club, tonight, that the referee stopped the contest in the eighth round. Harvard Beat Vanderbllt Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 9.-Han'ard sent the Vaudorbilt football team back to the sdulhland today with a 9 to 3 defeat ringing in their ears, but the Comriioti6res left behind them a reputation for syeod and versatility in attack, and. stubLornness in defence that will be remembered. Using a team made up almost wholly of substUuti^si 'llarvard'scored a touchdown, and a field goal In the second and fourth periods respect Ivoly. RELEASED TO { - New York, Nov. 9.-Jose Ercap lanes, the Cuban chess champion, easily' prored his superiority in his thT�o games match with Charles Jaffe, the local expert.,' With the nmtah concluded todajy, the score Btood Capblanca, two games; Jaffe, none; dravn, one. Nearly three hundred local chess enthusiasts. Including many women, witnessed the final game, which Jaffe opened with a flueen's pawn. Both masters deviated from the book at the very start, and played on practically new linos, with Jaffo's white men at a disadvantage throughout. He resigned af' t�r thirty-one moyes. CUB PRESIDENT LETS PEERLESS LEADER GO-WON'T PLAY FOR LESS THAN $20,000 ST. LAMBERT PILED UP POINTS IN QUICK SUCCESSION Montreal, Nov. 10.-It is seldom that a final provides such a one-sided exhibition as the Q. R. F. U. junior championship, played on the M. A. A. grounds on Saturday afternoon, St. Lambert's doing nothing but pile points up most of the time, the game ending with Lonnoxville beaten by 63 to 6. LennoxviUe scored a touchdown in the last minute and converted It. From the start St. Lambert did much as tliey iileasod. Chicago, Nov. 9.-Frank Chance, former manager of thie National League baseball team, was signed to the Cincinnati club on a waiver of �1500. This ends Chance's connection with the Chicago club. President Murphy asked for waivers on Chance several days ago, and today received a telegram from President Lynch, ot tho League, saying that waivers had been sent in by all clubs except Cincinnati, Murphy then let it become known that the result of his recent trip to the Ohio city was cleared up, and he said the price had been flSOO. Tho Chicago club prasidrent telegraphed at once to Chance, who is at his win ter homo in Fresno, Cal., advising him that he was hereafter a m'cmber of the Cincinnati team. What disposition will bo made of Tinker, providing that Manager John Evers decides he shall he connected with tho Chicago club no longer, was not disclosed by Murphy. ' Herrman Hands Out Bunk Cincinnati, Nov, 9.-President Herrmann, ot the Cincinnati baseball club. onm lEi WINS PLAY OFF WITH 'VARSITY NEXT SATURDAY-WINNERS PLAY HAMILTON TEAM Ottawa, Nov. 11.--The final game of the season In the O. R, U. was .played at the South-side' park on Saturday afternoon, when tho Ottawa eleven defeated the BrockvlUe team by a score ot 10 to 7. The Ottawas are now champions ot the Quebec un ion. and will play off with 'Varsity flsTcn at Landsdoivne Park, on Saturday, November 23, ^tho winner to meet Hamilton Rough Riders in the final on November 30. Yale Tried Something New New Haven, Conn., Nov. 9.-^Playing steady and aggressive game Yale defeated the strong Brown eleven this afternoon, 1 to 0, although more than once the visitors were dangerously near to a score. A new mass formation brought on from the west by Coach' Shevlln was successfully tried out hy the Yale team. HAMILTON TIGERS WON Fred Taylor Hockey whirlwind, who Is claimed by both Victoria, B.C., and Ottawa, this year. He came originally from Lis-towel, Ont. Tlictc are no changes In grain quo-tntjons on the local market today, strictly trcsh eggs continue scarce, whWc croaiwery butter is not over plentiful. Elevator Price* No. 1 Northern.......... $0.63 1^0. 2 Nortliern.......... 0.60 No. 3 Northern .. .. .. ,. .. 0.67 No. 4.........>.. ,...... ().r.'J No. 5............... 0.40 No. 1 Alberta Red........ 0.03 No. 2 Alberta Red......... 0)CO No. 3>lbcrta Red .. .. .. .. 0.57 No. 4 Alborta Red.......... 0.62 No. 5 Alberta Red........ O.U No. 1 N. W. Flax ... .... .. ..: 0.93 No. 2 C. W. Oats....., .. .. 0.25 No. 3 Barley .. ,. ..... ^. ... 0.37 Bran, per ton .. ^ .. .. Sl.OO Shorts, per ton..... 23.00 Oats, per ton. tacked 26.00 DAllod Oats ....... W-P" Butler and Bg|Bt Dairy butter .... .... 0-3* s.u Eggs, fresh........ .... 0.45 Hogs: Dressed, p�r tb. ..- �. .. .. O.U Live, per pound ........... 08% Poultry: Geese, ..v.. Turkeys.......... Live spring chickens, per lb;. Fowl......,......� . Ducks........... Cattle on tfie Hoof: Steers, pdr pound .. �, �� 0.06 Steers, dressed, per lb .. .. 0.11 Cowa, per pound ...... ...m Pows, dressed, per pound .! Sheep: Llva, p�r CWt. �,>� .v.; wm mm S.O* Dressed, por ewt. .. U.Ot Vegetables: New potatoea, per lb'. pun. I BeetR nnr n.......... 0.03 KID SCALER BEM VANCOUVER BOY O.K 0.21 0.15 0.1.1 0.18 Beets, per* lb. Carrots, per lb. COS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES IN THE WAKE OF THE PUCK Bqtb Toronto professional teams kre hot on the trail of Frank Rankin, the star ot the Satou O, H. A. champions. Dtibeau,* tho popular defence man of the Canudlem, has returned to' Montreal. when Informed that Frank Chance had been released to the Cincinnati club, said he did not know whether he would use Chance mext season. He declared that he had refused to waive on the former manager of the Chicago team, but had not decided whether to use him either as a player or manager ot his toam. Cinance Wants ?20,000 Los Angeles, Nov. 11.-"I will not stir from my ranch In Glemlora un til I an? paid ?20,000 cash,"' FrunV. Chance exclaimed today, wjieu told of tho deal whereby ho has been transferred to Cincinnati by President Murphy, ot the Chicago Nationals , "That bit about Garry Herrman paying ?1500 tor mo Is all bosh. Murphy got much more than that, and I want $20,000 before 1 go to tho Cineinnatls." Chance declared that Murphy had treated Joe Tinker shabbily. "Tinker Is one of the best ball players living," said Chance, "and ho ought to have hjs chance. Murphy did not give It to him." - Wisconsin Too Classy Madison, Wis., Nov. 9.-The Uni versity of Arkiihsas proved easy for the trained Wisconsin squad at Camp /Randall ttiday, scorlngv but s|�vcn points to Wisconsin's 64. Defeated Montreal in Spectacular Match.at Hamilton-Game of no Importance Edmonton, Nov. 9.-Kid Scaler, of Edmonton won an easy victory to- w'heat- night from Ernie Barrieau, ot Van- q^.^ couver In the fifth round ot what was pgj.' scheduled as a fifteen round bout, j^j^y Some weeks ago Scaler and Barrieau Oats- went fifteen rounds to a draw and last j^ov..... night's meeting Nvas looked forward to Dec. ..... with much Interest, three thousand May ..... being present. The Vancouver boy Flax-did not show the same form as on his Nov..... previous appearance. In the fourth Dec. round he was groggy and was only eaVod by the gong.. Scaler cut loose In the fifth and Barrleai^ was saved from a knockout only by his seconds jumping Into the ring. Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 11.-Wheat futures opened | lower and prices weakened a little on a very busy nintUct. There is said to be considcrabkc trade iu May prices, which many consider good buying at present prices. Oats were little changed and flax was quiet with downward tendency. There is but a moderate cash and export demand. Open Close 86t m 87 i- 3.13. 32J 35J New York Easy for Princeton Princeton, Nov. 9.-Princeton found New York no harder than had been expected, and ran away with the long end of a 54 to 0 score here today. Hamilton, Nov. 9.-The Hamilton Tigers finished the season by defeating Montreal, by a acore of 23 to 11, in a game of rugby that contained numerous spectacular plays, although tlie outcome had no bearing on the championship. The Easterners put up their best game ot the season and had decidedly the best of the play In the third quarter. The Jungle Terrors > finished strong, and ran up their big score when It looked like defeat. CALGARY COLLEGE TEAM DEFEATED EDMONTON RIVALS .Changed Rout to Victory Philadelphia, Nov, 9.-Pennsylvania turned what appeared to bo a humiliating rent into a brilliant vlc-tcTy on the football field here this afternoon, when she defeated Michigan by the score 27 to 21. It was one of the most interesting games played on Franklin field In a long time. Tho .Mlfhigan team playing like a championship eleven had Pennsylvania beaten 21 to 0 In tho second poi'lcd, when the fortunes ot the bat tio changed, Edmonton, Nov, 11.-^Mount Royal College ot Calgary defeated the Uni vorsity oi' Alberta, in the final football game of the season here on Sat urday, by a score of 9 to 6. This gives the Calgary college the Junior rugby championship of the province, they having defeated the University U to 6 last week. May OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL London, Nov. 9.-The league football games played this afternoon, resulted as follows: Firat Division 2; Newcastle ATHLETICS AGAIN "BEAT ' HAVANA BALL TEAM Havana, Nov. 10,-The Philadelphia team of the American league defeated Havana hy a score of 10 to 2 today, VANCOUVER DISPLAYED SUPERIO^TY OF ONE POINT OVER VICTORIA It is rumored that "Sammy" Uch-tenhctlm will take the Montreal Wan-4enira to Toronto for a couple of ve&ka*b�{ors the season opens. The TeouroB�li8 �r� after Hora/oo Gall, orottawa. Gall \vas with Borllri in tho "buBh league" �i couple of years ago, Ty Cobb Again King Batter of the American; Jackson and Speaker Next  Chicago, Nov. 11.-Batting honors ot tho American league again go to Ty Cobb for the sixth consecutive year. Official averages tor tho 1912 soaBon, issuod tonight by President Johnson, show Cobb loader with 410. Joe Jackson of Cleveland was Cobb's closest rival. Tho Cleveland, outfielder finished with an average of 395; while Chris! Speaker, of Boston, la third with 883. . , In 140 gamej'Cobb pounded out 827 hits for a total ot 324 bases. He niado 30 two-base hits, 33 triples and seven home runs. Frank Baker, ot the Pbiladelpbia club, was the premier home run player of the year, having ten to hlfl credit.. � ' ' Victoria, B.C.,.Nov. 9.-^N'anco^ver'a champion rugby team, holders .of the International championship of thci Pacific coast, opened the British Columbia league season on Saturday 'with a clenij cut victory over the Victoria fifteen. The final score was islx points to five in favor oit the cup-holders,, and the score Just about Indicates tho margin ot Vancouver's superiority. Blacltburn, Rovers United 0. Derby County 5; Sheffield United' 1. Everton 1; Chelsea 0. Manchester City 1; Bradford City 8. Mlddlesborough 3; Liverpool 4. Notts County 1; Aston Villa 1. Sheffield Wednesday 5; Oldham Athletics 0. Tottenham Hotspur 0; Bolton Wan. dCTers 1. West Bromwkh Albion 2; Woolwich Arsenal 1. Second Division Barnsley, 3; Stockport Countj', 1. Blackpool, 1; Wolverhampton Wanderers, 2. Blrmlngliam, 4; Lincoln City, 1. Bradford, 3; Leicester Fossse, 2. ' Bristol .City, 1; Notts Forest, 2. Fulham, 3; Preston North End, 1. Grimsby Town,-2; Hull City, 0. Huddersfield Town, 0; Clapton Orient, 0. Leeds City, 4; Qlossop, 0. ....................... 1.26* ...................... 1.19" ..........,........... 1.25 Closing Caah Prices Wheat-No. 1 Nor.....:......^..... No.'*2 Nor................... No. 3 Nor................... No. 4........................... No. 5 ........................... No. e............................ Feed ........................... Winter Wheat-No. 1 ........................... No. 2 ........................,.. No. 3 .....................l..... Gats-No. 2 C. W. .................. No. 3 C. W................... Ex. No. 1 Feed ..... No. 1 Feed......... i,........ No. 2 Feed .....,....... Barley-No. 8 ...... v.v........... No. 4 ............�.............. neiccted .................... Flax-No. 1 N. W................... MInneapolla Wheat Dec.......... .................. 89*' May ...........V...... '........; 95 July .........- ................... 91 82i 87i Ul 1.25J 1.18V 1.21 85} S3 811- 76i 71 61 55 87 82 35 34J, 34i 34i 33)s ' 54 50 47 1.26 89.} 95 �91 KNOWS HOW IT FEELS ' TO BE ELECTROCUTED NEW YORKERS WON SIX. DAY BICYCLE GRIND AND BROKE WORLD'S RECORD Boston, Nqv,-. 16.--Joe Foglor, qI New York, spirted into the homo stretch at tho finish ot the sls-dny bicycle race at;tho'Boston Arena to. night, and woa'the contest. _ With his team-mate,' Jimmy Morw, of Chelsea, he had set a new world's mark for sixty >ouvb riding, a total dislanpo ot I.Slio.i miles, . NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SURE Official Motion Plcturoa of llfgrlil's Gliainpionslilp Base Ball Siries GIANTS VS, RED SOX, 1912. These pictures show all tho 9�-oiting plays of the great series, an4' aro guaranteed by August Herrmann, chairman of the National Baseball Commission. . Southern League Queen's Park Rangers 2; Exeter City 1. lirentford 1; Portsmouth 0. Gllllngham 0; Brighton and Hove Albloil 0. Northampton. 4: Wostham United.3, Reading 2; Watford 0. Southampton 3; Merthyr Town ,0. Stokq 2; Bristol Rovers 1. Norwich City 0; Coventry City 3. Plymouth Argyle 0; Crystal Palace 0, . � Mllwt^U Athletic 0; Swindon Town 1. Young Windsor Man Had 3500 Volta Through His Body Rugby South Africans 25; Midland Coun ties 0, Blagkheath. 13; Oxford 3. Cambridge 35; London Scottish 0 Newport 11; Gloucester 3, Richmond 30; Chatham Services 13. . Old Elysians 17; Landon Hospitals 6. London Welsh 11; Guy's Hospital 3. Swansea 6; .Cardiff 0. , Coiinty Championship Yotl^shlre, 30; Novthumberland, G, Cardiff, 0; Swnn&ea, 6. -  ' Northampton, 6; Harlequins, 19. Ponarth, 5; Llanelly, 5. '\ i