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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta UPRIGHT ON In die Ottawa-Argonaut THE HERALD'S INDIANS WENT ay, November Rugby Game Upon Which a Championship Depended .Ottawa, Nov. previous rec- for thrilling finishes were eclipsed the football encounter between Ar- gonauts and Ottawa at JLanefiown park Saturday. fifteen sec- of time remaining, the score stood SO to IS in favor of the Only a drop goal or touch- WORK ON THE NEW CURLING RINK STARTED Work has been commenced -the j pull the game out of the construclion ol- curling rink-.oa Uie nauta' line and the whole team under- souitt, just west of 13th street. The stood if they were to win at all it ground has been levelled. ,yould have to be on that play. Jack ati0ns for the foundations are .-being made. The building will he Hamilton "Tigers >j Williams notified Referee Russell Brit- tain .Ottawa would work an outside kick. The signal was given to Dan Me- Cann, who ran to the right side of the.field and called Umpire Billy JIcMaster's attention to what was j tbout to transpire. In the semi-dark-! "i- dred and sixty by seventy feel in; size ness tile ball was passed out from thej-r to Murray Kennedy who! -r tooted high and far over the line right side of the field. Mc- Cann'.-was oft with the kick. 'He dodg-; LANGFOrtD WOW EASILY Joplin, Mo..'NOT. Langford won over Jeff. Clark fne- second round-. of what i was to have been a, ten round bout here tonight.. Tj3e was stopped WhenS around an Argonaut back and trap- ped as it hit the ground, for a try. As he lay on tte ball the; timers blew their whistles announcing the ex- v Clark-was ail the fixity-, leaving j Ottawa a winner by 23 to 20, in the most hair-raising finish ever witness- ed in lanr field.contest in this city. Maiiy spectators had lett the grounds i C A C.LQ jN a before the finish under j the impression Argonauts had the j HA! game -safely, lucked In fact, as "taa major portion of the crowd wend- the big stand in the dusk -after -the game .was orerr.m'any In doubt as to the actual result of. the Tiie Duly. aano.uncemeEt they had was the characteristic war dance performed by the Ottawa, play-1 ers after the referee had picked the j whole Argonaut. team one at a time., i from McCann, was smothering the j ball. By there win over Montreal and Guard's victory cvor Arso- nauts. Hamilton Tigers last Saturday bqcane of tbe Jnierprovincial Rugby Union for the season 1919. ills second tirje sir.ro ihe the b.as won the ciorr.pioiislii'p. iiYler a r-c- in in .lOOS. vran in 1907 the lirst year 3? tae :r.K' rr.r.ners uy. Tigers YY-OH ra iS'jS.asci Otta- vcu in a tic- with ex fin- ishius'scoonu. Tigc-rs hr.vs bc-s; by of as-y of four ttsaras in rhc- four yoar's IaTorprovLniTJ.1 Tbe nclxe black liave sooa linn cr.a re upos. a.s-the- tcr.t f.'-.r the title. locks second ot the Iifsr Four this year, but will 1-rive ;o beer Monvrcal ner.i Saturday LU i.ho place. This the-first year ct' zue Union ibs rlii'.inJiioasMiJ has ceen decided beiore the esyiraiion oi Ihe- lejguaselied'jle. 0" DUN DA'S LATTER'5 JLast. uisht at the Arcade Jb'ronchos took two l-allg out scarie's Indians, -winning the first I by 73 pins, and the third the second 'game 'going ;o. the, Indians. 32-pins. For some reason 'of the bowlers' c'otrlS- reach th'e" -.being closet-to--: it the Bronchos was next high'with by Mac- clon.tid of- the same team with 464, j end itli the way .to 375, score i rolled bv McDowell of the. Indians. l j Tlie boys missed u 'goodly "n'umber of Edison r Phbnogirajpfiis We are sole for these goods in .Lethbridge and carry Till machines, b'oth' tvvV -'-and teiir--: PHONE '032" i-ast Saturday's the Kast have, cleared 'the only mixed u? with the usual or "splits" accounted for Ciipt. .Xichois and Tom Lang got viLh b.is.h 1S5, Quinn d'ian chanijSidiisliips! ter-coilegiate the Big Four -won, and today T. and close with. 1S4. village for the.pri-vdle8fe.of play- ing -with the real ones.- next season It is rather generally admitted that 35- .Dundas will TV in from T. A; C. as the 15 j villagers are hard to beat iii thefc.own- back yard, their game with Varsi- ignme of the Onturio BE WADE AT XSiiar.Qi League should cavo AL LEAGUE MEETING .jCinesi corps'ci arbirers Vaat ever iciareu. tainis: .so much, of iny siafi" winner there THIS FALL [That I will stena :.n- JF LL-d will and ty will be a-differeat-matter.'' -play --Varsity JSTOPPED i THE BOUT N. S. 'ai President Lynch fs Out for iVisny Re-; "The whole v-'iih the Nation- The game was a moving- picture encounter Cyclone Jolinny-Tlioinp-j forms, Amcng -i nern Being im- provement in the P.-esent-Meth- od cf Scoring Other'Gossip {si League urayiriEg iies not in the ol- ificials, LviiL. in. lie managers. In my 'next Saturdav. if it js T. A. A. C. who i the victors Vv'iii be j played at v.-lule should D.un- 'das garse will be pLiyetl at [isague managers anci players- are mucli j Hamilton, ;is the ptiudas' grounds arc jmore as'gressive "ti-ar. In the American' not large enough' to accoaixar-daie 2. Joinisoii's clrrail son'. 6f HV.. 'ea-sily "-'demolish- i _ ____ tiie {this concerns only the National League-] lively, i liiie spirit, 'for I think if is j stein'' National Gommission. -A year 'good for the S'anieT_B-ac vroiild f stpping from stare to finish, full of action and situations. It was the" most spectacular football, game put-on local ten years. Ko-less.j six touchdo-orns vwere -'niada.- dur- ing, the'aftemodn, Ottawa-'getting fo.Uv and: the watermen _the remaining :two.-j In addition -Centre Half Argonauts dropped two Several fin-e runs were .5 ably by Ottawa. Quar packed up an.out-side' ley's toe that was meant for an Argo .Thompson started -out with the arawn Jolin D- Srjsa. and half hack. O'Neill running.'thirty-five intention-of keeping his man away i supposed to be aimed at --yndique iac- yards for a toncadown. Fine' runs by puilishing-'nim witli terrific righuJtfcs, wa; sir-ply a joiicr. Its wordins "Williams and Johnstone pulled Ottawa jand lefr goings. But Unholtz seemed so framed ..that it is .possible for out of several diffi-cult holes Leas'ue. Where. can you find such, jjcppevy, scrapers New York, Nov. pt the Joh'n Mc-Gra.v.-, .Frank Chance, Ban -the latest field, 'and for a Caadian Chaanicn- 1 gaais_ 0n ifce Sawrdar following J.' 'he first the will.-pixy j the Tigers at HannHbri'in the iina.1 j t; all cf tbe vhailenses have been I seut in to- the C. R. F, U. secreiary unices, and all have1 Indians 1130 113 6S9 143 1-0 136 have too.. different of scoring to .be held by any of the 0. R. P. U. teara-3, and -should-' win fro'aa them easily, either in DnQdas -or .-any- n i where e'lse. Of A. D chance to 5-X Won y 375 j must, -be-, admitted j on 1S-5 1S5 j the- last-second, (to have won, to be-beatctf on.tlie- 5 75-i7-221S [o.ecisiou of an official .whora .ob- L03f 0 ti b" oarsmen had ths wind and Bintiey was driving the leather far over the home team's line: !to think that his -only, chance lay one to. own stock in-- overy CANT AFFOJTO BIG -HOCKEY SALARIES OtUwa, and Eastern Clufae Wifl Go on a more Economical Basis This Coming Winter Kov. L. N. Bate, Tice-president of the Ottawas, gave a denial today to the yarn emanating from Montreal to the effect that the Ottawas had made an offer of to JSrnie Johnston, the "Wanderer cover- point. IB no truth in it whatever." taid Mr. Bate. "No one had any author- ity from the Ottawa Hocfcey Club to make snph an offer to Johnstone. If getling in close and rairins matters the-National League, "cut the Tdth the-Cyclone. The result of' ouly 02? club., .decidedly .unscientific exhibition of the I imeads -TO ever uiis season, rfo T.vnl son showed his willingness to inLr cozspuisory icr-eaca o- ihe Presi- thiags- better game. jv.'iiich. each investor is interested. j-Iohnscz will further try to have the Nniioiir-l League adopt the same rul-'1-' i L.D.C oi ling property may be prevcnt- !ed by Lhe Niitioml Commission. In the National League the situa- -Picci i is quite diL'erem. io what it should tliKi: The name. oi. Barney tor instance, has for s'oaae time beer. jlinlzed with two or more clubs. The ._ owner, of the Pirates .is'supposed to be heavily involved in the, Boston Na- Chicago, 111., Nov. Barney denies the charge. rules, es-Icolisso.-wili entertsin AlcCill at Otta-j: po-ja.uy SD.vts present T.--A. A. C. will meet; at j: t'ra oircc-orditig averages. iCtaawa, ia the clc-sins up d'oss uol care- io div.Vls.-o, yui. which.-.lie jcr.'.y out of lot that will iijpcs, may cinls. j have any cJiarn-nio-nGhip bea'ri'ng-'a; .on a club." that u; {lit.- one m. 1.000 the Big rour, and the Argos may .333 well get used to it now as later i .333 Alt sea-son charges of professionalism been flying between Ottawa governors said ce-president aj ist the you might made a mighty' gcod showing, playing as they have'i against alleged pros., punk officials' and the governors. Lhe both with foiir a loss crch, x.-fii.-endeavor ic BY A n scalpers get their world series tickets anyone did so, Johnatone will find him- the Chicago games? Charley the victim of a practical joke." The Ottawa club never tho'ught of paying that amount for any one n'c account for a11 tile seats that he owns the'club .'thai ia the National League there ir and disposed of by spectators, but itjprcsident Fogei says not. But Fogel'incre oi' -umpires thin man. Tom Phillips got for hold- ing down left wing for the red, white and black three seasons ago, but the highest salary paid last year -was hand- ed over to Bruce Stewart, "who suc- ceeded in extracting from the Ottawa treasurer. Ottawa would like Johnston right, aad Mr. Bate ijjm as Hams, Treasurer of the -Cubs, believes it_ Tafl oi r'jris tlis pitciiocl sho'Jicl be hatnpion rifiiding pprieci and ;2iito uistisr the stress of "ITIVG Iii uu-JSt. evorj such wcljld' "b-; dv.-a.ys as .grea: an- injusiics as the- I am ?-.u-o way ivili.bc fo.und to give every one z. ;ha'.ice be he winner or taiior." "I (io nor. believe In aucDcratic.nils the Cubs. Neither of them deny on the purl of the.-umpires, "fec-looi And it begins to look as if the footf ball gaiae vere passing into'the hands; of even as -it has in the' TjhUecL States. The students have th6 'advantage opportunity to practice; in the afternoon, while the city team's must do their work either in the faxU ;ing twlight or by electric light, and s eham-! while the coach has the "co-L- ad the ilege spirit" to help him keep his team, return jat work, the city players are too often f night. He j coaxed away -by the glare and glitter Keceivt-ia a welcome that would make a -of other attractions of city life. president sit'up laka notice. On TTE HEAE FROM OLD JOHN L.1 Charles P. Taft and Charles Murphy he has found out. The discovery does- j aaeipJiia National the Of the is genei- have been giver: I HO noi knc THE FiGHT AT RENO A FP.AME-UP AFTER ALL Denvor. Colo.. Xov. L. Sullivan threw a. ijotc-bsbell into pu- giJisLic yesterday by declar- that he hid positive .Tunics J. Jeffries' 'the eve ol the state election, politics HIGHLANDER WINS j IWere put asius ant! the fans .spared p LIVERPOOL CUp ineithrr lime cor money to uiako it one f oi! cue biggest nights in the history of Nov. -the autumn, the liUlo town.' v meting, the Liverpool Autumn Cup-, at rractically the entire population i'0ne mile'and three furlongs, was wctn. iu the procession, headed.by j by -Highlander, at 10 to 1: Successor ju-ie ijand. The parade ended at j at 100 -to S, was second, and Merry1 jiho -town hall, where a reception was I'l'asfc. at 10 to 1, was third.' Eight oth- ilieid in the big catchers honor. cr horses ran. forced does for a good block of them. refused to make, good a year ago the .keen called Tor. It has got to such r. signatures of the stock certificates. gainst, the officials. There is too For advertising' purposes, Mr. Wil- names of his backers or produce the 'stage where the public is always liams, in his shoe store, thought it would prove a good idea to send let- ters to every person who received tick- ets for the local sames of the world's ito tell him (.hat- Johnson had agreed I: !to "lay down" before he could be coax- j ;ed into the ring. with the burly negro j at Reno July 4. j all series. To this end greatest -coverpoinc in the game. N-o et been made, however, and the local would not think of pay- Johnson Waking the Fight ;much hissing and resent-; Ojfe.ing data to prove ilis state. i.- It V.-UI be a good thing for baseball if It shows a trend toward favor- jmems'as facts, John L. Ban Johnson is successful in his fight irism of home umpiring, and when promoter of the against syndicate baseball. President uay of home umpires comes daseball i u_as was secured names and who received world series seats. The League magnates Tvho oppose 'scorers at present are newspaper rae log any player Neither would after last year's experience Renfrew is out after a team already, reQuests came- but will lively operate oae on a sore economical basis. __ j. 1_ 3 addresses were those to which tae! the scheme seem to be those who live who score only the games in.their cit- ._ i seats were mailed and from which the [under the cloud or suspicion. Syndi- ies. I do not care how honorable they -ne- p.i Mr- mailed .letters in the MULDOON REPLIB good faith Johnson had deposit to be forfeited i _____ .__ ____ _._.. pfirt of the con-! icate advocates are those revolutionists may be, they are bound io show favor- jlracl Sullivan thp dav have had th.c old major league by Ran Johnson diplomatically ;iglir; Johnson i old his train- envelopes to all i the ears for the past 10 years. -avoided serious scandal in his league ;c.rs that he inienGeci T0 these address. And he was startled J President Tom Lynch, of the Na- as the result of that double header in next day to receive about 50 ofluonal Jea-gue, will advocate many St. Louis, vvtera Lajcie secured eight, ir.hem with tae intelligence that refcrnis at the annual base- hits and figured t.o beat out Ty Cobb j was "no such person at the ad-jbair pow-wow in this city in De- for the season's baitins honors. Such cress the letters were mailed to." jcember. The fact that certain club'occur.-euces cannot do baseball anyillis until Tol-uson had been This led Mr. Williams to---- Billy "go ou: and tipped Jeffries off to night .Tef- j reiurn to i w t i Mr. Ellison's letter in is- T will meet Mr. Eiiiscr; Site a sjde, best two out of iled to." jcember. The fact that certain club cannot do baseball any j bis quarters until jobason hnd believe tharj owners In the circuit are seeking to good, r i-ve seen enough of officiM] forced lo reconsider Ins intention. scalpers had the connivance of dethrone uie executive does not worry scoring this season to convince me Denver sporting mer who Clerks or office boys in business of- j the former "King of Umpires." Re- that the present system is all wrong. I lhe Reno fiSht "arc iiu-Jintd 'to accept of good reputation. A clerk, for i election is a secondary consideration! "Home scoring, like home umpiring i Sullivan's story as true sent in his request for the; him. In fact, he intimates rbodwill wreck the g.ime in time. p 2-t of the firm he worked for and imless it implies a term of years. catch weights, I to weigh the match to take place r-rrTrher. the tickets were mailed back) of Cardston, and either before zz them from the mail himself >.nd comiiiission over the signa- 'he will nor, accept the office further _ _ _ cate a. Hoard of Offical Scorers, to j tarried them over to the be abie to introduce reforms that.'and competent to perform their day th.ir a ien.ce or in private, or mee: Raymond for gate receipts, Winner tojvrnen the letters came from the Ever? take all. No bets allowed. Or WSHiams a lore, however, there wat; me before a olub for a purse; winner "nobcdy here of that.name." to take all. I will'post forfeit S5CM It is Tielirrved tiia: scalpers saih- !v.-a; with Herald to bind, match. jered in at least iluldoon. {means travel around the circuit the same as lpir.es the side? As league "if the National League believes in do the .umpires, men who will be under, jiliis could be clone v.-i'j-.out ser.se of Mr. Lynch today, "I tiring Jj obligations to no players and no K the .unv-ircs aware ber.ofit the game. I have licc-r: favor or prejudice. These scor- by certain of thcjcrs be men who reports official 'vas" anil dally :o 'tickets by .licve over :ay .T-.mri'ins stnff. I I bfficiii'.s work, and i rnv htT.rt. ibs: I have the in iho the gr.tr.e from :ho bottom. ani i-c- work nor, bo confinet] ro scov- ;bo more Vv'hy not ihciv. nvo- -jiMuysi cLvvjrve lhe oi ir.c urn- isiais.' ti give you collar style, wear and comfort that come from tested materials, perfectly made. They Fit 2 for a Quarter Sold try leading Stores. 23 ;