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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETHBRIWGE HERALD Monday, November 17, 1913 TWO TORONTO CLUBS TIE IN ONT. UNION Winnipeg Rowing Club Greatly Outclassed in Championship Final at Regina Saturday-Title Holders Didn't Have to Extend Themselves--29 to 0 T. R. 4 A. A. WERE WINNERS AGAIN ON SATURDAY- HAMILTON TEAM BEATEN YALE LAYS CLAIM 10 A MORAL EDMONTON CIVICS WON AT CALGARY Toronto. Nov. ii. A. A. and I'arkdalc, both ol Toronto, are tied ior fbf 0. It. I'- champion- ship. This is the result of the game at Hamilton oa Saturday when T. Tuonship of Western Canada pi 23 to 0. Nov. -as well have n.uitc a few points Re-wins greater, but enoujh is a and A. A. again d' t. Kne toi-chiiowr.s, cr.lv yuf ol which iioivinz Club .vatm-days rugb; ,Bto d Mis' scoie. Ttr Club. Uegina vc-n was fir.a! iipre W maintaining' the cham- ty, tell the dor.'ns wsre fcicVs ar.d ar.olber tly plavfd oa i the Toronto's had it on feated the 10 to 2. hard, but .them in iY HOLONG fRINCETON TO A 3-3 PUNTING EXHIBITION ____ ____ tru? smash- I mo5t departments ol the game. Two Tfc; oarsmen proved themselves tc play over tr.e liLe, tie fourth oni7oronto teams play cfl for the play o le a cut sportsmanlike lot, but a fumble, and ;iie filth was the re- 1 championship, probahly nest'Satur- best as rueby was concern- suit of a brilliant play by little eJ. showed up Ui be tht weakest of Freddie Wilscn. r.ny senior team'that played Regi-.a j On the Wiuc ill'? reason. itaen'were V'cte: Winnipeg never hail a chance to' on the lir.e, an1 Very seldom, in faet, did it The latter woiied hsrd girt Ifce ball en the Ilezba side of all the way through ar.d was about tcr.ier. Only once all day did the. the ocly man T.ho seemed to bottel o.-rsmrn make their yard, Kadie slip- tLe local's baots. "Doc" Stephens, -pinf through for twenty yards early i in view oi the fart that he tras gir- in the second iiali. Oa tbt very cext tn poor support by his lice, perform- play, the -locals get that back by cd cooly and capably. sUtmning a carrying the i It was riezc, fast nighy ahd was ball baca- for the same distance, .thcroushly enjoyed by the crowd of Judging by the play, the score might spectators.- day. RAN DOWN DEER AT NORTH FORK Old Country Football London, Xov. country rug- London, N'ov. 17. The the results of scheduled league by rtsults of games played today iuotball 'games played Saturday on'. Welsh 3S, I'alford II. ihc grounds oi Ibe first mentioned j FIliST DIVISION' Rolton Wacderers 3. Manchester City 0. Burnley 4, Aston Villa D. Chelsea 2, Derby t'otnlir I- Evertoa 1. Sunderlahd 5. Manchester I'nited'U, XJiddlesbor- ough -yew "Castle Uiiiced 2, TotteDham Hotspur 0. OJdham Athletic i, Sheffield Unit-d Swansea 3, Pontypool C. Heron 11, Cornwall 3. .NORTHERS UN-ION' LEAGUE Widness S, Swlpton 0. Barrow 7, Salford 0. Brougttun 12, 0. .Rochdale For. 51, York 3. Brsra.ley IS, Kunicoin 0. Keighley 8.- HaliUx Bailey Hull Kingston K. 17. Hull Leeds '3. iYORKSHIHE CUP SE.Ml-FIXALS Preston North Kud 0, Liverpool I: j Huddersf.eld 31, Dswesbury 0. "SlcEeld. i'.'eilnesday 1, liraciiord' Bradford Trinity 'I. H. C. MAN LUCKY AND SKILFUL SHOTS RE- QUIRED Mr. Ii. J. Hutchison, ol the 1. H, stafi, was a lucky last HIGH SCHOOL TEAM WERE AHEAD GREATER PART OF GAME New Uaven, Conn.. NOT. icg phoenix like .from the ashes ol a disheartening preliminary season the Yale team forced I'riaceton, the 10 to T favorite, 19 a tie score game at 3 to 3 In the annual contest bore this afternoon. Guernsey for Yale kicked a Geld goal in (ho second pei led of play. And Captain Baker tied tho score, for Princeton ivitli a similar .but more spectacular feat in tho third quarter of the game. Thoi tie score, _ however, does riot show the marked" superiority which existed tn favor of the Blue. Player 'or player, the team against tho Blue "was. better "thai tie Orange and Black in both offensive and de- fensive Yeto adherents are saying tonight that holding the Tig- era to a tie" game was a moral victory for tie Bice, but the veterans who made gricHron hisiory for Ynlo In other years shiJte.their heads sadly. Calgary, Nov. full ad- vantage of tit strong wind which sprung up in the last period ol game, the. Edmonton Interme- diate, provincial mghy champions, defeated Calgary High school junior provincial champions Saturday i the score of 10 to 3. It was or.e of the. best games ever played in Calgary. The, local young- sters, although outweighed almost twenty pounds to a man, holding Ed- monton intermediates until the las "INTERPROVIN- CIAL'CHAMPIONS BY VIR-: TUE -OF. OTTAWA'S DEFEAT SETTLED SATURDAY WHEN TO- RONTO 'VARSITY WERE OUT- CLASSED BY MONTRE- AL TEAM Tomato. Unl., Nov. Irat Varsit) 33 to Saturday anil settled Ihe intercollegiate was superior all arouoil. Varsity started at full strength Mayoaid, Gage asrt Itvauie playing. Muyuard went the distance, hul the other two quit be- fore jaiue ended. llthind the line, Mctiill hid .all of on the they vrre stronger than Varsity, neu without their tricks, which Shaugh- r.essy taught them. They away with oiie touch and a half dozen good gains on iaiu-y line plays. McCiill was the best team all roucd, though in Spy. Argonauts 1hc quarter Varsity looVed to gave the talent a genuine surprise. Jiavc a chance. _______ when they-Jeleated-tho Ottawa coin- bine'.Saturday and also gave intcr- the Ham- ilton Tigers.. .The- final score was 30 to 12. The decisive quarter was the third: Af'lialf t1we-the'score was 5 fae High school .was leading I to 3 iu the.A.rsoMUfs favor up three-quarters time.3 to 1. 'to then play was pretty even. week, during a hunting tlip at'Nortb hey knov ti'at an actual and not a moral victory .should have been won y Yale but for.the-'poor generalship nd Judgment in the '.critical pwjods f tho slay. .Much Punting The game early developed into. a Fork. He was successful itr down a Cne four-year-old deer. It. look "three.sshots to bring the fieet- 'ooted animaf" down, which fought gamely for its litei-The first shot hit it in. the shoulder.- causing the deer to limp hat not slacken its speed to any great eitent. The next located a bullet in its hind leg, but this was not sufficient ncd a third was re- quired to do the trick. This one pass- ed throagh its body in" the region oi the heart, and the deer "made its last kicks soon alter. 3Ir.- Hutchison brought, the .Venison to I.ethbrMje and be and his friends have" enjoyed, many a fii.scjqus since when1'.Jhe.'ca'rcas was landed, here. Mr. Hutchison presented the head to Mr.'Cbas. having it mounted as a trophy.of an City 3. West Bromwich Albion 2, Blackburn Hovers 0. LANCASHIRE CUP, SEMI-FISALS SCfJON'D DIVISION" Hirrnin-ham 3, Nntis Forest 0. Bradford 2, Hull City 0. Hristol City 1, Blackpool 0. Clapton Orient. C, lluddersfield j fTQT.-I! 0. Glossop 2, iluiy 1. Grip.ishy Town 1, Woolwich Arsen- al i. _ I.cfils'City i, Lican City 0. Leicester Fosse 3, Fulham 0. Notts- County 2, "H'olTeihamploo 0. r Stockport Ccur.ty 1, Barriblcy I. 0, WiSan 18. Oldham 17, St.. Helen's 5. IfUSII LEAGUE Glentoraa 3, Shelburns 2. Distillery LinfieU 2. Bohemians 4, Belfast Celtic 5. Cliltoaville 6, Ulenavon 2. tunting duel with taiy, of Princeton, pitted against Knqwles of Yale, and luring the first period the ball was backhand forth wlch hul ittle advantage or the othe.-. .RS LEAGUE Northampton '3, Bristol Rovers 0. GilLnghain 2, Merlhir Town 1. Norwich City i, United 0. Waiiord 0, Plymouih Argylc I. Coventry City 2, Southampton 2. ,Crysfa! Palace 5, Reading 1. Kouthend United 2-, Swindon Town Brighton iind Hole 2, Cardifi City J. rorfstnouth 2, Eselcr City 2. 1 Mlllirall' Atliletic 1, .Queen's Part liangers. 0.' INTERNATIONAL RUQBY London, Nov. io.1 Amateur inter- national rugby games resulted as fol- lows: England 2; .Holland I. 'Cambridge 2; Casuals '2. SATURDAY'S RESULTS Harvard 9, Yale (iiesh- 8. Carlisle 35, Dartmouth' 10. Harvard 37, Brown 0. Princeton 3, Vale 3. Syracuse 13, College 23. I'iUsbvrg Washinjtop aod leison 13. I.fhigh 1C, Ilaverford 3. Cornell Lafayette T. Virginia 7, Georgetown 8. Ohio Stale 16, Case 0. Michigan 13, renr.sylvania 0. Chicago 13, Minnesota 7. Army 55, .Villa Nova 0. FEAR FOR COULON'S LIFE Chicago, of John Coulon, ihe bantamweight champion, are anxious about his safety, as he has not been litard frcyn since storm on the lakes.. Coulou been hunting in the storm-swept rex- ion, of Canada for several months. skilful huhtcr ar.d is' rated a firs'i-rate shot and seldom comes back empty bae from a hunting trip. Suardian o? last year's Senior O.H.A. champions, who today that he would play'-with the Toronto Row- ing Club Seniors Ihla winter. Is one of the best players Iu the game and Ma brilliant worx in throughout-last Eoaton had much to da with the success o! A. teams of Toronto. In the second quarter with